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Symptoms of Swine Flu H1N1


What are the symptoms of swine flu H1N1?

To introduce you in detail to the symptoms of swine flu, especially the early symptoms of swine flu. What is the performance of swine flu? What happens if I get swine flu?

Swine flu H1N1 Symptoms

Early symptoms: fever, body pain, headache, cough, sore throat, chills, fatigue, etc. Some may also have muscle pain or fatigue, diarrhea or vomiting, red eyes, etc.

Late Symptoms of H1N1

More severe symptoms include severe pneumonia, pleural effusion, pancytopenia, renal failure, sepsis, acute respiratory distress syndrome, pulmonary hemorrhage, shock and Reye syndrome, respiratory failure, and multiple organ damage, leading to death.

Related symptoms: Fever, general malaise, cough, sore throat, abnormal appetite, expectoration, sore throat

The incubation period of influenza A H1N1 influenza is longer than that of influenza and avian influenza, and the incubation period is 1 to 7 days.

(1) Clinical Swine Flu Symptoms 

1. It is believed that the early symptoms of swine flu in people and the symptoms of influenza in ordinary people include fever, body pain, headache, cough, sore throat, chills, and fatigue. Some may also have muscle pain or fatigue, diarrhea or Vomiting, red eyes, etc.

2. Some patients may deteriorate more quickly, such as sudden high fever, body temperature exceeding 39 , more severe severe pneumonia, pleural effusion, pancytopenia, renal failure, sepsis, acute respiratory distress syndrome, pulmonary hemorrhage , Shock and Reye syndrome, respiratory failure and multiple organ damage, leading to death. The patient's original underlying disease can also be aggravated.

3. Pulmonary signs are often not obvious, some patients can hear wet rales or have signs of pulmonary consolidation, etc.

(2) Diagnostic criteria for human swine flu infection

1. Medical observation cases: those who have been to the swine flu epidemic area, have been in close contact with sick pigs and swine flu patients, or have clinical manifestations of influenza within a week. They should be listed as medical observation cases for a 7-day medical observation.

2. Suspected cases: Have been to the epidemic area in the past or have been in close contact with sick pigs and swine flu patients or have clinical manifestations of influenza within a week Positive virus antibody or positive nucleic acid test.

3. Clinically diagnosed cases: People who are diagnosed as suspected cases and have a common history of exposure with them are diagnosed as confirmed cases.

4. Confirmed cases: Examine the specific viruses from respiratory specimens or sera. Using RT-PCR, if the serum antibody titer is increased by 4 times twice or swine influenza virus RNA is detected, it can be diagnosed as human infection with swine influenza.

Tips: The above information is for reference only, please consult your doctor for details.
Symptoms of Swine Flu H1N1 Virus

What are the symptoms of swine flu? Accurate judgment and correct treatment

During the high incidence of swine flu, we must still have a detailed understanding and understanding of him. In this case, if it happens to you, you will not be in a hurry, and strive for a calm and accurate response. So, what are the symptoms of swine flu?

Analysis of the symptoms of swine flu

What are the symptoms of swine flu? The symptoms of swine flu mainly include fever, decreased mental energy, and decreased appetite. Patients will be reluctant to exercise, have difficulty breathing, and have a severe cough.



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Doctor Shawna Reason, Virologist
Dr. Shawna Reason
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