Swine Influenza April 30, 2009 Bill Mason, MD Jill Hoffman, MD Dawn England, MPH. Overview. Review what is currently known about Swine Influenza Discuss Infection Control for Swine Influenza. Swine Influenza. Respiratory disease of pigs caused by type A influenza viruses
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April 30, 2009
Bill Mason, MD
Jill Hoffman, MD
Dawn England, MPH
MMWR 2003; 52#RR8:2-3
Otitis media 19-26%
Clin Infect Dis 2003;36:299-302Clinical findings of influenza
I.P.: 1-4 days
Infectious: day –1 to +5
I.P.: 1-4 days
Infectious: day –4 to + 10Clinical findings of influenza
* CDC Guidelines, Interim Guidance for Infection Control for Care of Patients with Confirmed/Suspected Swine Influenza in a Healthcare Setting. April 27, 2009.
*CDC Guidelines, Interim Guidance for Infection Control for Care of Patients with Confirmed/Suspected Swine Influenza in a Healthcare Setting. April 27, 2009.
Phase 4 indicates a significant increase in risk of a pandemic but does not necessarily mean that a pandemic will definitely occur.
Illness 90 million 90 million
Outpatient care 45 million 45 million
Hospitalization 865,000 9,900,000
ICU Care 128,750 1,485,000
Ventilation 64,875 742,500
Deaths 209,000 1,903,000