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For diagnosis H1N1 influenza doctors perform various laboratory tests to identify the flu virus. Nasopharyngeal swab sample test is performed to observe if the patient is affected with influenza A or B virus. This test can be negative showing no flue infection or positive for type A or B virus. Other rapid tests which are performed to detect the H1N1 virus are based on PCR technology.
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