Tuesday, July 28, 2009

New flu is spreading all over the planet

New flu virus, according to the latest WHO data, expand and kutak offers the most distant planet, including the island away from civilization.

The first cases, according to today's report, WHO, endorsed and SejŇ°elima, St. Kitts and Nevis, Dutch Antilima in Belize, the Tonga and Samoa in the Pacific and the Solomon Islands in the Indian Ocean, transfers Reuters.

H1N1 virus, which is a genetic mix of human, pork and bird viruses, and found the way to Bhutan State, high in the Himalayas, miniature Andorra between Spain and France, as well as to armed conflicts affected Afghanistan and Sudan.

Although most patients still have mild symptoms (usually fever and vomiting), and many do not address the doctor, pregnant women and people suffering from diabetes and other chronic diseases are exposed to greater risk of complications. According to the WHO, have been of a new flu around the world 816 people died.

The exact number of infested in the world is not known, because the WHO has recently said that keeping such statistics pointless and instead it should be more devoted to the prevention of infection and treatment of serious cases, to the deadly outcome was less.

Slovenia: Crisis Staff of H1N1

Crisis Staff met Ljubljana Clinical Center, after a one-day confirmed six new cases of influenza. Only on Monday, in Slovenia, recorded six cases of H1N1 virus infection, which is the number of patients increased in the 108th

Due to greater safety of patients shall be met Crisis Staff Ljubljana Clinical Center, which asked all the visitors who have cold symptoms, diseases do not go to visit patients of this hospital. During this time the hospital in Nova Gorica, but completely banned visits to patients who are treated in it.

Institute of Public Health of Slovenia was again invited people to consistently keep hygienic regulations, and if you feel symptoms, which like the new flu, stay home and call a doctor by phone, and not to leave homes in the health and potentially the wider infestation.

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