H1N1 Update October 2009. Patricia Lynn Meyer, BSN, MPH, CIC. Objectives. Discuss current status of disease Identify patients at high risk Identify symptoms of H1N1 Discuss isolation/segregation Define restriction of visitors and staff with H1N1 or exposed to H1N1. Spread is via droplets.
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H1N1 UpdateOctober 2009
Patricia Lynn Meyer, BSN, MPH, CIC
Temp (100 or above)
Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea
Difficulty breathing or trouble catching their breath
Pain or pressure in the chest or abdomen
Severe or ongoing vomiting
Symptoms improve then return with fever and cough