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ac186bab57 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. H1N1 Flu FAQs Useful LinksLocal Health Departments - H1N1 InfoH1N1 Flu Home pageH1N1 FAQ GroupsFAQ Index01 H1N1 Disease (General Information)02 H1N1 Disease (Treatment)03 H1N1 Disease (Prevention)04 H1N1 Vaccine (General Information)05 H1N1 Vaccine (Specific Information)06 H1N1 Schools (General Information)07 H1N1 Travel (General Information)08 H1N1 Legal Questions and Complaints 01 H1N1Flu Disease FAQs(General Information) 01.01 What is H1N1 Flu? 01.02 What are the symptoms of H1N1 flu? What is the incubation period? 01.03 Is H1N1 flu worse than seasonal flu? 01.04 How do I get H1N1 flu? How contagious is it? How long can it live outside the body? 01.05 I have flu symptoms and saw my doctor. Symptoms & Complications Flu symptoms and complications. WHO works to strengthen national and regional influenza diagnostic capacities including antiviral susceptibility monitoring, disease surveillance, outbreak responses, and increase vaccine coverage among high-risk groups. (Also available as PDF, 586K). Review sick-leave policies and consider making them flexible and consistent with public health recommendations. CDC monitors circulating flu viruses and their related disease activity and provides influenza reports (called FluView) each week from October through May. Why didn't he or she test me for H1N1 flu? 01.06 If I've already had H1N1 influenza, can I get it again? 01.07 Is the current H1N1 flu strain the same as the strains from 1918 or 1976? 01.08 Are the signs and symptoms of H1N1 flu different in pregnant women than non-pregnant women? 01.09 What are the recommendations for breastfeeding in regard to H1N1 flu? 01.10 What are the CDC and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) doing to respond to the H1N1 flu outbreak? 01.11 Where can I get information about workplace and occupational health issues associated with H1N1 flu? 01.12 What should businesses do to prepare for flu? 01.01 What is H1N1 flu? The H1N1 flu virus is a new strain of the influenza or flu virus that first appeared last April and has spread around the world. On average, influenza infects an estimated 5 to 20 percent (16-64 million) of the United States population annually.1,2 The severity of influenza is unpredictable and often underestimated.
Work with companies in your supply chain as well as chambers of commerce and local associations to improve response efforts. 05 Sep 12. Flu virus survives in the environment for a few hours and sometimes longer. Next Article: Topic OverviewHealth ToolsCauseSymptomsWhat HappensWhat Increases Your RiskWhen To Call a DoctorExams and TestsTreatment OverviewPreventionHome TreatmentMedicationsOther Places To Get HelpRelated InformationReferencesCredits Influenza (Seasonal Flu) Topics Topic Overview Health Tools Cause Symptoms What Happens What Increases Your Risk When To Call a Doctor Exams and Tests Treatment Overview Prevention Home Treatment Medications Other Places To Get Help Related Information References Credits Continue reading below. Home / Influenza Management / Clinical Overview of Influenza Clinical Overview of Influenza In all patients, the flu can take its toll. According to the CDC, on average, more than 200,000 people are hospitalized each year with influenza-related infections.4 Annual incidence of hospitalizations ranged from 157,911 in 1990-1991 to 430,960 in 1997-1998.4 The yearly rate of influenza-associated hospitalizations is increasing.4 Links to cdc.gov and references to CDC are provided for informational purposes only. continues through the summer months with condensed reports available. Other times, illness in kids is not so easy to figure out.