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Influenza A: Etiology

by John Fisher, MD
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    The lecture Influenza A: Etiology by John Fisher, MD is from the course Upper Respiratory Infections.


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    1. By reviewing surveillance and clinical data from people infected with the flu in the Southern Hemisphere the months prior.
    2. By reviewing surveillance and clinical data from people infected with the flu in the Northern Hemisphere the year prior.
    3. By waiting to see which flu viruses are most prevalent in the first month of flu season in each country and making specific recommendations for the remainder of the season.
    4. By analyzing the 7 year recurrent pattern of influenza viruses and making region specific recommendations.
    5. By making vaccinations that cover all possible strains of the the influenza viruses.
    1. 70%
    2. Greater than 90%
    3. 85%
    4. 20-40%
    5. 50%
    1. Frequently wash hands for at least 20 seconds with warm water and soap.
    2. Cough into your hands and then immediately use a non-alcohol based hand sanitizer.
    3. Carry a handkerchief and make sure to blow your nose and sneeze into it each time.
    4. Wear gown and gloves prior to contact with vulnerable patients.
    5. Wear gloves all day, especially when using shared keyboards.

    Author of lecture Influenza A: Etiology

     John Fisher, MD

    John Fisher, MD


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