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H1N1 virus (swine flu) does not begin with the outbreak of flu in pigs.

Jumat, 26 Juni 2009

H1N1 virus (swine flu) does not begin with the outbreak of flu in pigs.

YOGYAKARTA - MI: There is no evidence that the H1N1 virus (swine flu), which started in Mexico comes from animal pigs, and also appear at the time does not begin with the outbreak of flu in pigs.

"Because there is no evidence that the world health body (WHO) to replace the term swine flu that has been given on disease outbreaks that of Mexico with a new flu is H1N1," said an instructor at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Gadjah Mada (UGM) Yogyakarta, Prof. drh Widya Asmara, SU Ph.D, in Sleman, Saturday (30 / 5).

According to him, until now has not been found in new cases of bird flu, H1N1 infected expressed positive.

"The H1N1 virus and H3N1 flu is a classic case of the pig has been since the first term and is known as classical swine flu. Although many pigs infected swine flu this classic, but few result in death in the pig," he said.

He said that to prevent and anticipate the new H1N1 bird flu not to go to Indonesia, there are several steps such as not allowing prevent swine from countries / regions to be allowed entry, health checks for people who are traveling in the area of new contracting at the airport / seaport , and the strict supervision.

"In addition to dissemination through the information correctly, do Biosecurity in the cage, always vigilant, but do not need to panic, and to increase awareness and preparedness of the new H1N1 bird flu," he said.

Meanwhile, team members Flu H1N1 Sardjito Hospital Yogyakarta dr, dr Amalia Setyati, SpA says new H1N1 bird flu occurred in many countries because the Mexican population is dense and many who live in slums or slum areas.

"Nutrition can be said ugly people, causing the body's resistance to be low, and high levels of death," he said. (Ant/OL-02) (Ant/OL-02)

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