H1n1 2009

H1n1 2009 - most related articles:

- H1N1 flu vaccination begins for school children in US - 6.4
- Another test for 2009 H1N1 influenza virus - 5.8
- H1N1 flu vaccine donations for developing world - 5.8
- H1N1 vaccines to include infants and children - 5.4
- New treatment for severe 2009 H1N1 infection - 5.3
- Swine flu monitoring is continuing at Indian airports - 5.3
- Asthma complicates H1N1 in children - 5.3
- 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccines in healthy adults - early results - 5.1
- Actual pandemic flu death toll was much higher in 2009 - 5.1
- H1N1 flu toll rose to 92 in Pune, India - 4.9

H1n1 2009 articles

Swine Flu - H1N1 Influenza outbreak in Venezuela
An outbreak of H1N1 flu has killed 17 people in Venezuela and infected another 250, private media and local authorities said on Monday. H1N1, often referred to as swine flu, was a flu strain that swept around in the world in a 2009/2010 pandemic.

Safety of pandemic H1N1 vaccines monitored by WHO
WHO estimates that around 80 million doses of pandemic vaccine have been distributed and around 65 million people have been vaccinated. National immunization campaigns began in Australia and the People's Republic of China in late September.

H1N1 vaccines to include infants and children
US FDA has approved the use of the CSL Limited's 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccine to include children ages 6 months and older. This vaccine was previously approved only for use in adults, ages 18 years and older.

H1N1 hospitalization can occur at all ages
In contrast with some common perceptions regarding 2009 influenza A(H1N1) infections, an examination of cases in California indicates that hospitalization and death can occur at all ages. About 30 percent of hospitalized cases have been severe enough to require treatment in an intensive care unit.

H1N1 flu vaccination begins for school children in US
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported in the 2009 H1N1 press conference that H1N1 2009 vaccine levels are increasing but are still short of expected levels.

WHO reviewed pandemic vaccine policies and strategies
The Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE) on Immunization, which advises WHO on policies and strategies for vaccines and immunization, devoted a session of its 27?29 October meeting to pandemic influenza vaccines.

H1N1 vaccine Focetria receives positive opinion from CHMP
Novartis announced that Focetria, the Novartis Influenza A(H1N1) 2009 monovalent vaccine, has received a positive opinion from the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) of the European Medicines Agency (EMEA).

H1N1 flu vaccine donations for developing world
WHO applauds and welcomes the announcement of donations of pandemic H1N1 vaccine made by the United States of America, in concert with Australia, Brazil, France, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

Homeopathy medicines and H1N1 - a rational approach needed
H1N1 numbers are increasing in India, and a new picture is emerging of its spread. The cumulative laboratory confirmed deaths reported by the Indian Govt as on 26th August 2009 is 75.

US to improve monitoring for H1N1
A Presidential advisory group of the US' leading scientists and engineers released a new report assessing the Obama Administration's preparations for this fall's expected resurgence of 2009-H1N1 flu and outlining key steps officials can take in the coming weeks and months to minimize the disease's impact on the nation.

India H1N1 flu update - 1927 positive for H1N1 virus
Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports. 42,024 passengers have been screened on 16.8.2009 of which 30,644 passengers were from affected countries.

Update on Influenza a H1N1 in India
Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports. 42,103 passengers have been screened on 9.8.2009 of which 34,366 passengers were from affected countries.

298 positive for Influenza A H1N1 recorded in India
Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries to India is continuing in 22 International airports. 50,858 passengers have been screened on 18.7.2009 of which 40,675 passengers were from affected countries.

$884 million to purchase H1N1 vaccine, US
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services' Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced that the health department will commit $884 million to purchase additional supplies of two key ingredients for potential H1N1 vaccine to further prepare the nation for a potential resurgence of the 2009 H1N1 virus.

Influenza a H1N1 update - 158 cases in India
Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports. 45,107 passengers have been screened on 7.7.2009 of which 34,233 passengers were from affected countries. 224 doctors and 112 paramedics are manning 81 counters at these airports.

India got 4 new cases of H1N1 today
Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports in India. 51,648 passengers have been screened on 27.6.2009 of which 39,181 passengers were from affected countries.

Swine influenza a H1N1 - 80 cases in India
Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports in India. 51,140 passengers have been screened on 25.6.2009 of which 29,550 passengers were from affected countries.

4 new cases in Delhi, 1 in Mumbai, 1 in Pune, India
63 swine influenza cases are notified in India till date. Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports. 44691 passengers have been screened on 21.6.2009.

59 tested positive for Influenza A H1N1, India
Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 21 International airports. 46661 passengers have been screened on 20.6.2009.

4 new H1N1 cases reported from Delhi, India
Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 21 International airports in India. 40815 passengers have been screened on 16.6.2009.

11 tested positive for Influenza A H1N1, India
In India health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 21 International airports. 44489 passengers have been screened on 9.6.2009.

60 year old woman found positive for H1N1, Delhi
The 60 year old mother of the positive case [reported at Delhi on 7.6.2009] complained of mild symptoms and also tested positive. She got the infection from her son. They are on oseltamivir. All their contacts have been put on chemoprophylaxis.

10 tested positive for Influenza A H1N1, India
In India, 176 persons have been tested of which ten have been tested positive for novel Influenza A [H1N1]. The rest of the samples have been found negative for the novel virus.

2 new positive cases of swine flu in India
The samples of two patients [34 year old female and 5 year old boy (mother and child)] who are admitted in the identified isolation facility at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu have tested positive for Novel Influenza A [H1N1].

Swine flu monitoring is continuing at Indian airports
World Health Organization has reported 12,954 laboratory confirmed cases of influenza A/H1N1 infection from 46 countries as on 26th May 2009. There have been 92 deaths.

Swine Flu Situation as on 30th April 2009
World Health Organization has reported human cases of Swine Influenza A [H1N1] caused by a re-assorted Swine flu virus. As on 29th April, 2009 nine countries have officially reported 148 cases of swine influenza A/H1N1 infection with 8 deaths.

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