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Is swine flu curable in india?

medical student who has been cured of the Influenza A virus subtype H1N1

and discharged from a government hospital here on Tuesday said swine flu is “not dangerous…It is very much curable“. Reyhan Syed, the second-year student of Deccan Medical College here, was India`s second confirmed case of swine flu.

How many people died from swine flu in India in 2015? By mid-February 2015, the reported cases and deaths in 2015 had surpassed the previous numbers. The total number of laboratory confirmed cases crossed 33,000 mark with death of more than 2,000 people. The H1N1 virus outbreak had previously occurred in India during the 2009 flu pandemic.

How often should you get a swine flu shot? The swine flu vaccination is ideally taken once in a year and its immunity period is usually between 6 months to one year. Some of the most common side-effects of a swine flu vaccine include allergic reaction, fever and redness and pain at the site of injection.

What was the result of the swine flu? It results in nasal secretions, cough, decreased appetite, and restless behavior. Swine flu was a relatively new strain of influenza virus (flu) that was responsible for a flu pandemic during 2009-2010.

Which is the best antiviral for swine flu? Two antiviral agents are helpful in preventing or reducing the effects of swine flu. They are zanamivir (Relenza) and oseltamivir (Tamiflu).

Where was the worst swine flu outbreak in India?

Where was the worst swine flu outbreak in India? The states of Gujarat and Rajasthan are the worst affected. India had reported 937 cases and 218 deaths from swine flu in the year 2014. By mid-February 2015, the reported cases and deaths in 2015 had surpassed the previous numbers. The total number of laboratory confirmed cases crossed 33,000 mark with death of more than 2,000 people.

How many people died from swine flu in 2015? By mid-February 2015, the reported cases and deaths in 2015 had surpassed the previous numbers. The total number of laboratory confirmed cases crossed 33,000 mark with death of more than 2,000 people.

How can you test for swine flu in India? Swine flu can be diagnosed only through test in a specialised laboratory by identifying the particular antigens associated with the virus type. Recently, the Delhi government has fixed the rate for tests at Rs 4500, while private labs were charging up to Rs 10,000.

What was the name of the swine flu virus in 2009? The World Health Organization uses the term ” (H1N1) 2009 pandemic” when referring to the event, and officially adopted the name “A (H1N1)pdm09” for the virus in 2010, after the conclusion of the pandemic. Controversy arose early on regarding the wide assortment of terms used by journalists, academics, and officials.