Saturday, November 11, 2017

Influenza virus vaccine. Highly contagious viral infection in the respiratory tract. Inflammation of the lung and brain

Influenza Virus:
Influenza A highly contagious viral infection of the respiratory tract transmitted by the air and coughing or sneezing cough from the patient and after incubation period of one to four days the symptoms of the disease as a rise in temperature with chills, headache and muscle pain with cough and sore throat and fatigue and general fatigue. It can lead to more serious complications, such as lung and brain infections, as well as worsening chronic conditions such as asthma, heart disease and kidney disease. The flu virus is a smart virus that changes its outer wall every year to escape the antibodies produced by the body.
The influenza vaccine is prepared annually based on the viruses prevalent in the previous year. The vaccine provides immunity against influenza virus types in the vaccine by 70-90%.