The first two cases of influenza for the season confirmed one day the National Infectious and Parasitic Diseases.
They are isolated from a 40-year-old woman and her 6-year-old. Both tests prove the H1N1 pandemic, known as "California" or swine flu, said Prof. Todor Kantardjiev, CNIPD Director, for 24 hours. He made a prediction in an interview with the newspaper, which now confirms that the first cases will be 10 days after the cold.
In the past week, there has been a sharp rise in acute respiratory infections, according to data provided by the National Center. The isolated influenza virus is aggressive, prone to rapid spread, especially in rooms with many people who can not ventilate.
The main types of influenza viruses that cause disease in humans are grouped into three categories – A, B and C. Influenza A and B viruses generate seasonal epidemics around the world during the cold months and are subdivided into sub-species.
Pandemic species are the most dangerous and if a disease is suspected in the first 1-2 days, antiviral treatment should be given at the recommendation of a physician. In case of fever and retention of fever, fatigue, muscle and joint pain, severe headache for 4-5 days, or severe worsening of symptoms at onset of the disease, consultation of the doctor is mandatory and, at his discretion, includes antibiotic if bacterial complications are suspected.