SIV

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SIVSimian Immunodeficiency Virus
SIVSykehuset I Vestfold (Norwegian hospital)
SIVSeasonal Influenza Vaccine
SIVSwine Influenza Virus
SIVStructured Investment Vehicle
SIVSystem Information Viewer
SIVSystème d'Immatriculation des Véhicules (French: Vehicle Registration System)
SIVSuporte Imediato de Vida (Portuguese: Immediate Life Support)
SIVSmall Islands Voice
SIVSelf-Inflicted Violence
SIVSpecial Immigrant Visa (US State Department)
SIVSpecial Investment Vehicle
SIVSpecial Interest Vessel (US DoD)
SIVSpeaker Identification and Verification (speech recognition)
SIVSociété Industrielle de Vitrines (French metalwork company)
SIVSimulation d'Incident en Vol (French: Simulated Incidence in Flight; paragliding)
SIVSite Initiation Visit
SIVSetto Interventricolare (Italian)
SIVServizio Informazioni del Vaticano (Frontier magazine march 2008, article about extraterrestial contact)
SIVSitus Inversus Viscerum
SIVSilo Interface Vault (missile defense)
SIVSorry I Vanished (chat)
SIVSound in Video
SIVSpeed Increase Valve
SIVSafety Interlocks Valid
SIVSystem Integration Van/Vehicle
SIVSensors in Vacuum (engineering)
SIVService d'Immuno Virologies (French: Immunovirology Department; Atomic Energy Commission)
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When swine influenza virus is detected at one fair, enhanced surveillance should extend to all fairs in the region.
Population dynamics of swine influenza virus in farrow-to-finish and specialised finishing herds in the Netherlands.
Like H5N1 avian influenza, the recent H1N1 swine influenza virus isolated from humans is resistant to the antiviral drugs amantadine and rimantadine.
Laboratories with sequencing capability conduct genetic sequencing on more than 500 swine influenza virus samples each year.
Mexico and the US confirmed human cases of the previously unknown swine influenza virus, H1N1, but other countries including India are also investigating patients with flu-like symptoms.
Swine influenza or "swine flu" is a high contagious acute respiratory disease of pigs, caused by one of several Swine influenza virus. Morbidity tends to be high and mortality low, according to WHO.
There is no vaccine against this new swine influenza virus and the production of a new vaccine would take up to six to nine months; that process is now under way in the pharmaceutical industry.
People with swine influenza virus infection should be considered potentially contagious as long as they are symptomatic and possible for up to 7 days following illness onset.
Answer: People with swine influenza virus infection should be considered contagious as long as they are symptomatic and possibly for up to seven days following illness onset.
Human outbreaks of H1N1 swine influenza virus were recorded in the US in 1976 and 1988, when two deaths were recorded, and also in 1986, while in 1988 a pregnant woman died after contact with sick pigs, the WHO said.
Human outbreaks of H1N1 swine influenza virus were recorded in the United States in 1976 and 1988, when two deaths were recorded, and in 1986.
Hyo) 6.8% Clinical Ileitis 6.3% Porcine Respiratory Disease Complex (PRDC) 6.1% Subclinical Ileitis 5.9% Swine Influenza Virus (SIV) 5.8% Note: Table made from bar graph.