H1N1 influenza

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H1N1 in·flu·en·za

Acute respiratory viral infection of humans that may pigs as a reservoir; may lead to secondary bacterial pneumonia.
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According to Pang, the Red Cross plans to inject an emergency relief fund of US$350,000 into the North to prevent the H1N1 influenza from spreading in the country.
The meeting decided that in order to minimise the effects of the H1N1 influenza next winter, the arrangements should be finalised in September and all the staff working in the intensive care and high dependency units along with other high-risk groups would be vaccinated against the seasonal influenza.
Hospital based cross sectional study was conducted to find out the seroprevalence of pandemic H1N1 influenza among pregnant women in Kerala.
Critical care services and 2009 H1N1 influenza in Australia and New Zealand.
The H1N1 influenza pandemic in 2009 involved more than 399000 laboratory- confirmed cases from 192 countries.
Meridian Life Science Inc (MLS) said on Tuesday that it has manufactured an H1N1 influenza A challenge stock for Immune Targeting Systems Ltd as part of a 12-month, highly collaborative production programme.
AMMAN -- The H1N1 influenza strain known as swine flu killed a 26-year-old Jordanian man on Sunday, Health Minister Abdullatif Wreikat said on Sunday.
In vitro and in vivo characterization of new swine-origin H1N1 influenza viruses.
British researchers have discovered that the 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccine increased-the risk of narcolepsy (excessive sleepiness) in children and adolescents.