Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Face the Bird Flu Response, Preventative Steps Make It

DECEMBER 18, 2012 

WITH the advent of the cases ofsuspected bird flu brings its own concerns for the community. To that end, increased vigilance to avoid the risk of infection could be encouraged.One is the response to the symptoms and preventive measures that need to be done. spread first from birds to humans from influenza A virus, H5N1 subtype labeled this happened in 1997.Infectious disease is rapidly causing severe respiratory distress and death.Countries that recorded cases of infection in humans, including Thailand, Vietnam, Egypt, and Indonesia. Many cases of bird flu patients reported the condition conjunctivitis or inflammation of the eye, as reported by LIVESTRONG. conjunctivitis usually causes redness, itching, and there is fluid in the eye. In fact, there is a kind of heavy mucus and form a crust on the eyelashes. Patients may experience eye infections or other symptoms. Signs of bird flu usually comes with quite quickly, after an incubation period of five days, the disease can strike before the patient realizes infection, high fever, chills, and headache may accompany sneezing, runny nose, stuffy nose, and muscle aches. When the attack perceived respiratory inflammation, cough and sore throat continues to grow. If you eat meat infected birds, then look at the symptoms afterwards. Symptoms may include gastroenteritis, inflammation, including nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. The best thing you can do is stay alert to any symptoms of fever and always clean up after contact with poultry.

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