Swine flu, like any other flu, has a variety of symptoms. Symptoms of people infected with the swine flu virus are similar to those of people with normal flu symptoms, such as coughing, fever, sore throat, sore throat, body pain, headache, fatigue, and cold. I have. Vomiting and diarrhea are also associated with swine flu. Serious illness (respiratory failure) is also found in many people. Deaths from swine flu infection have been reported in people around the world. Swine flu can exacerbate the underlying chronic condition.
The spread of this H1N1 influenza virus is very similar to the spread of another seasonal influenza. These viruses are spread primarily by sneezing and coughing from people with the flu. Even humans can be infected by simply touching something with a live virus and then touching the nose or mouth krominox
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H1N1 infection, it is usually necessary to take a sample of the respiratory tract during the first 3-5 days of the disease, as the infected person is likely to shed the virus. To check if the virus is swine flu, you need to send the sample to a hospital laboratory for testing. However, few people can shed the virus for more than 10 days.
Tamiflu (oseltamivir) or zanamivir can be used to prevent or treat swine flu virus infection. Antiviral drugs are recommended drugs (liquids, tablets, or inhalers) that fight the virus by preventing it from multiplying in the body. If you have a fever, antiviral drugs can help relieve your illness and make you feel faster. It can also prevent serious flu complications. For this treatment, antivirals are most effective when taken immediately after the onset of symptoms (within 2-3 days of symptoms).
The influenza virus can spread when a person comes into contact with an infected person and then touches the eyes, mouth, or nose again. Splashes from the victim’s sneeze and cough spread in the air. The virus touches another person’s respiratory droplets on the surface of the desk, a child’s toy doorknob, or even a handset on the phone, and then touches his mouth, eyes, or nose again without washing his hands. It may spread even when it happens.
Few bacteria or viruses can survive for more than about 2 hours on the surface of doorknobs, cafeteria tables, desks, etc. Frequent hand washing can reduce the potential for contamination and infection by the viruses present on these shared surfaces.
For your safety, cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing. Discard this tissue paper in a bottle after use. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water, especially after sneezing or coughing. Try using a highly effective alcohol-based hand sanitizer or cleaner. Try to avoid contact with people infected with the swine flu virus.
There are many other preventive tips that people infected with swine flu must follow. People need to sleep a lot, exercise regularly, manage stress, stay healthy, eat optimally, stay away from sick people, and stay away from others. Contact with others should be restricted to prevent others from becoming infected. Put used tissue in the trash. When you sneeze, cover your mouth with tissue paper. One also needs to keep all surfaces touched clean. He also needs to wash his face and hands regularly, following the doctor’s instructions.
In Mexico City, some people are infected with swine flu and authorities advise people to contact their doctors. Swine flu can be completely treated if the patient is treated early…