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What you need to know about swine influenza “swine flu”

What you need to know about swine influenza “swine flu”

What you need to know about swine influenza “swine flu” A message from: Nashua Division of Public Health & Community Services 18 Mulberry Street Nashua, NH 03060 What is swine influenza? A respiratory disease caused by a type of influenza virus

By ostinmannual
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Objectives

Objectives

Objectives This program is designed to educate the EMS responder on the topic of Swine Flu. Upon completion of this program, the EMS responder shall have a basic understanding of the flu virus, detection, protection and treatment considerations for Swine Flu. Topics What is swine flu?

By benjamin
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1918

1918

The reason we are so concerned about a pandemic is the experience of the 1928 pandemic of influenza. 1918 H1N1 Mortality in the 1918 pandemic was so great that the life expectancy in the United States dropped dramatically in that period.

By benjamin
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GLOBAL HEALTH AND HUMAN SECURITY

GLOBAL HEALTH AND HUMAN SECURITY

GLOBAL HEALTH AND HUMAN SECURITY. Lincoln C. Chen, MD President, CMB Foundation Institute for International Education, New York City May 14, 2010. Commission. Presentation. Commission Report Health and HS Why HS important to health? How health benefits from HS?

By Faraday
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Influenza A H1 N1

Influenza A H1 N1

Influenza A H1 N1. Prepared by Dr Alissar Rady, WHO Lebanon. Influenza Virus Types A and B. Circulating Influenza Strains and Pandemics in The 20 th Century. 1968: “Hong Kong Flu”. 1918: “Spanish Flu”. 1957: “Asian Flu”. 20-40 million deaths. 1-4 million deaths.

By Gabriel
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Emerging & Re-emerging Infectious Diseases

Emerging & Re-emerging Infectious Diseases

Emerging & Re-emerging Infectious Diseases. Dr. KANUPRIYA CHATURVEDI. Outline Of Presentation. Infectious diseases- trends Definition of emerging & re-emerging diseases Factors contributing to emergence Examples Public health response. Infectious Disease- Trends.

By elina
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Wordly wise lesson #1 by Nicole Stultz Click on the pool ball to start!

Wordly wise lesson #1 by Nicole Stultz Click on the pool ball to start!

Wordly wise lesson #1 by Nicole Stultz Click on the pool ball to start!. abate. Verb. To become weaker, to decrease [When rob lost his job he became abate from watching television all day] Unabated - adjective . Showing no sign of weakening; showing no decrease

By issac
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Novel Influenza A H1N1 (swine-like) Virus Update

Novel Influenza A H1N1 (swine-like) Virus Update

Novel Influenza A H1N1 (swine-like) Virus Update. Liz Delamater June 17, 2009. Background. Two original cases detected in Southern California One of those, a 10-year-old boy, traveled to Dallas for an extended visit with relatives

By garren
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Quality of Information

Quality of Information

Quality of Information. Research Methodology Colin Legg. SWINE FLU: 50,000 'DEAD IN MONTHS'. SWINE FLU: 50,000 'DEAD IN MONTHS '. NEARLY 50,000 people in Britain could die of swine flu before a vaccine becomes available, it emerged today.

By ira
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Swine flu story

Swine flu story

Swine flu story. Mikko Pohjola, THL. Contents. Introductory overview Step by step walk-through Swine flu (AH1N1 influenza) Beginning of the pandemic Preparedness in Finland Vaccination campaign Public doubts THL-GSK connections? Exaggerated risk? Vaccine efficacy? Counter-campaigning

By daniel_millan
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What’s new in obstetrics?

What’s new in obstetrics?

What’s new in obstetrics?. Miss Audrey Ryan Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist Dorset County Hospital Foundation Trust November 2009. We’re all still having babies…. GPs and obstetrics?. Direct referral Antenatal day assessment. Messages from Confidential Enquiry.

By emery
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New Flu? What can you do?

New Flu? What can you do?

New Flu? What can you do?. Pandemic Influenza. “Get Informed - Be Prepared” Lynchburg College. Fall 2009. Special Thanks. Seasonal Influenza. Pandemic Influenza. Seasonal Influenza. Occurs annually Peaks usually in December thru March in North America 36,000 deaths each year

By illias
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Notes on Foucault

Notes on Foucault

Notes on Foucault. Dr Maurice Mullard . Foucault Description Dealing with the Plague. Provide context for greater surveillance of society Was this about the State of the safeguarding of lives Reporting and the Policing Regulation Politics of Fear. Differences the Plague and the Leper .

By march
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Wordly wise lesson #1 by Nicole Stultz Click on the pool ball to start!

Wordly wise lesson #1 by Nicole Stultz Click on the pool ball to start!

Wordly wise lesson #1 by Nicole Stultz Click on the pool ball to start!. abate. Verb. To become weaker, to decrease [When rob lost his job he became abate from watching television all day] Unabated - adjective . Showing no sign of weakening; showing no decrease

By vivek
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HOLY CROSS HOSPITAL TAOS, NM

HOLY CROSS HOSPITAL TAOS, NM

HOLY CROSS HOSPITAL TAOS, NM. Sandra O’Kelly BSN Infection Prevention/Patient Safety Coordinator 575-751-5763 sokelly@taoshospital.org. Taos County Estimated population 31,546. 49 Bed Regional Acute Care Hospital Average Daily Census 28 Average Length of Stay 3.4 days

By tabib
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Emergency, Disaster, and Public Health Declarations in Response to H1N1 (Swine Flu)

Emergency, Disaster, and Public Health Declarations in Response to H1N1 (Swine Flu)

Emergency, Disaster, and Public Health Declarations in Response to H1N1 (Swine Flu) . Sonoma County. Alameda County. San Mateo County. San Bernardino County. Ventura County. Los Angeles County. LEGEND. Federal DHHS Public Health Emergency Declaration. Emergency Declaration.

By babu
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Biomedical Modeling : Introduction to the Agent-based epidemic modeling

Biomedical Modeling : Introduction to the Agent-based epidemic modeling

Biomedical Modeling : Introduction to the Agent-based epidemic modeling . Dr. Qi Mi Department of Sports Medicine and Nutrition, SHRS, Univ. of Pitt. Why An Epidemic Model?. The study of how disease is distributed in populations and the factors that influence or determine this distribution

By edie
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Risk in the modern world

Risk in the modern world

Risk in the modern world. Thomas Abraham.

By jubal
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Is it a Cold or is It The Flu?

Is it a Cold or is It The Flu?

Is it a Cold or is It The Flu?. How Can I Tell The Difference? . Created by Louise Blackburn, RN, MSN School Nurse Garland ISD. Is it a Cold or is It The Flu?. Is there a fever with a Cold? --------- Rarely

By drago
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Management of Pig Health

Management of Pig Health

Management of Pig Health. John J. McGlone, Ph.D. Pork Industry Institute Texas Tech University. Approaches to Ensure Pig Health. Biosecurity – keep diseases out In-coming breeding stock Wildlife (rodents, birds) Feeds and biologicals Disease Prevention

By orien
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