H1N1


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AcronymDefinition
H1N1Hemagglutinin Type 1 and Neuraminidase Type 1 (influenza strain; aka swine flu)
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We can see it happening already This has potential to indicate that we are going to have to think of something else to use to treat pandemic H1N1 influenza.
About one in six Massachusetts residents - about 900,000 people - were sickened with H1N1 in 2009.
A research team from the University in Texas and California showed that the molecular makeup of the current H1N1 flu strain is strikingly different from previous H1N1 strains.
Interest in the H1N1 vaccine in January ran parallel with the low level of H1N1 infection last month.
The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) estimated that between 39 million and 80 million cases of 2009 H1N1 occurred between April and December 12,2009.
According to the PIMS official Dr Waseem Khawaja, influenza H1N1 virus was confirmed in 17 patients during the last month out of which two patients died of the disease.
Citing Gwendolyn Pang, who heads the Asian regional office of the International Federation of Red Cross, VOA's Korean Service said 110,015 out of 179,259 North Korean people who contracted an influenza virus had tested positive for the H1N1 virus as of Jan.
Those who succumbed to H1N1 at Nishtar Hospital were identified as Amir Furqan, 44, Nasir, 40 and 50-year-old Daulat Bibi, of Khanewal.
The World Health Organization declared an H1N1 pandemic on June 11, 2009, after more than 70 countries reported 30,000 cases of H1N1 infection.
For comparison, we selected representative isolates for each of the following H1N1 lineages: classical swine, Eurasian avian-like swine, Eurasian avian, North American avian, A(H1N1)pdm09, and seasonal human influenza viruses.
The number of beds designated for H1N1 hospitals has been increased substantially in these hospitals.
The health ministry has this year registered five deaths from the H1N1 virus and 30 cases," a senior ministry official told a news conference.