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24.2 Common Bacterial Pneumonias -- Part 3
The H1N1 virus that had been circulating differed from the antigenic shifts.
The CDC has referred to the swine flu as 2009H1N1, but the WHo designed it as a(H1N9) pdm09.
Humans don't generally get infections from avian strains.
In 2009, there was an H1N1 virus.
This strain is special because of the 1918 death of the cells.
The destruction of the cells virus was caused by an H1N1 served protein.
The 2009 virus was not very aggressive.
This strain had been circulating in pigs for a long time.
There was little monitoring of the area due to the fact that the globular head consists of proteins that change Mexico and Central America.
Swine can function as an infectious agent.
Humans are more likely to get the flu if the teins are attached to it.
The virus needs to continue to evolve in order to survive.
20 to 50 million people died worldwide.
The H1N1 flu virus has an estimated 675,000 in the United States.
It's not clear why farm-reared swine was so lethal.
In successive generations of the animal, the young changed.
It has not been possible to make a vaccine for influ ally that is restricted to the upper respiratory system.
It's not hard to make a vaccine for an anti lethal hemorrhaging.
Evidence shows that the virus can be identified in time for use in many organs of the body.
The complete genetic sequence of the 1918 tion is used to decide on the composition of the vaccines virus.
For the next flu season, reverse genetics was used to recreate.
Chicken embryos and mice can be grown with the vaccine.
The circulation was often accompanied by the three most important strains.
In those pre-antibiotic days, there were two types of vaccine that were fatal.
The 1918 viral strain is endemic in the U.S. swine with a live, attenuated virus.
The virus can be grown in egg embryos.
The disease requires lead times of 6 to 9 months and is labor intensive.
Selecting faster-growing strains is one way to speed up development.
Many respiratory diseases share the same shortening of toms.
There are several commercially available techniques that can be used to determine the amount of vaccine.
This system is under development in Europe and is expected to shorten the vaccine's production.
The Army recruits at Camp Funston, Kansas, in March of 1918 had to grow their own viruses.
The relatively mild illness that spread quickly among the crowded troops was the initial wave of either eggs or cells.
The virus incapacitating troops on both sides of the front.
The first newspaper descriptions were published when all flu strains were present, and the ultimate goal is a flu vaccine that will protect against censorship.
The second wave of flu, with its high mortality, spread throughout the world and reentered the United States in the autumn.
The winter of 1918 could be a target.
She was euthanized after that.
The lungs are obtained.
The disease passes for a respiratory infection if the symptoms are poorly defined and mostly subclini cal.
In a few cases, histoplasmosis progresses and becomes a severe, generalized disease.
A central laboratory with sophisticated equipment is required to identify viral strains.
If administered promptly, the drugs amantadine and rimantadine can reduce the symptoms of flu.
There are two drugs for the treatment of flu.
Although histoplasmosis is widespread, it has a limited geographic range in the United States after it replicates.
The disease is found in the states of Relenza and oseltamivir, which are adjacent to the Mississippi and Ohio rivers.
More than 75% of the flu is administered.
The drugs take 30 hours to slow down.
The action allows the immune system to be more effective by shortening the duration of symptoms.
Antibiotics are a good option for treatment of the flu.
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