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Symptoms of Bird Flu

Last Updated on Jul 28, 2021
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Symptoms of Bird Flu

Fever, headache, body ache, sore throat, nasal congestion and dry cough are some of the symptoms of bird flu.

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Some of the bird flu symptoms are-

Most people recover within 1-2 weeks.

However, some people can develop serious and life-threatening complications like-

  • Pneumonia
  • Bronchitis
  • Sinus and ear infections
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People aged 65-years and older, people of any age with chronic medical conditions, and very young children are more likely to suffer from complications following bird flu.

Symptoms of Avian Influenza

References:

  1. US NIOSH certified N-95, European CE P2, or comparable national/regional standards applicable to the country of manufacture. Higher level particulate respirators may also be used.
  2. In the control of the outbreak of avian influenza in the Netherlands in 2003, N95 or equivalent respiratory protection was used.
  3. For treatment, oseltamivir phosphate (TamifluŽ): 75 mg capsule twice daily, for 5 days.
  4. All concerned (persons at risk both environmentally and occupationally) should be vaccinated with the current WHO recommended influenza vaccine as soon as possible prior to anticipated risk exposure (2 weeks are required to develop preventive immunity by vaccination.). This does not specifically protect against H5N1.

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@Guest

I was hoping for more information

johnexo

Symptoms of avian influenza in humans have ranged from typical human influenza-like symptoms [fever, cough, sore throat, and muscle aches] to eye infections, pneumonia, severe respiratory diseases (such as acute respiratory distress syndrome). http://www.biblehealth.com

Rajay86

Good Suggestion

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