Influenza

Influenza is an infectious disease caused by an influenza virus. It is commonly known as "the flu".  Usually, the virus is spread through the air from coughs or sneezes, touching surfaces contaminated by the virus and then touching the mouth or eyes.  A person may be infectious to others both before and during the time they are showing symptoms.  It may be confirmed by testing the throat, sputum, or nose for the virus. In immunocompromised individuals, viral shedding can proceed for longer than two weeks. Flu can be spread in three primary courses by coordinate transmission , the airborne course. Principle side effects are high fever, runny nose, sore throat, muscle torments, cerebral pain, hacking, and feeling tired. To diminish the transmission of flu incorporate great individual wellbeing and cleanliness propensities. Treatment incorporates that People with this season's cold virus are instructed to drink a lot of fluids, abstain from utilizing liquor and tobacco and, if essential, take medications such as acetaminophen to relieve the fever and muscle aches associated with the flu. Children and teenagers with flu symptoms (particularly fever) should avoid taking aspirin during an influenza infection (especially influenza type B), because doing so can lead to Reye's syndrome, a rare but potentially fatal disease of the liver.

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  • Rapid detection methods by PCR
  • Emerging Swine Flu Pandemic
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  • Nanotechnology
  • Influenza disease burden

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