H3N2 Influenza Virus: There have been cases of H3N2 virus reported in North India H3N2 Influenza Virus: Here is information about symptoms and treatment of H3N2 virus which is increasing in India
H3N2 virus(H3N2 Virus) There is a lot of buzz in India these days. From the end of January, symptoms of fever, cold, phlegm, prolonged cough are more common, Indian Council of Medical Research already GuidelineReleased. So here is the complete information you need to know about the symptoms and treatment of this virus.
Especially in northern India, most cases of fever are reported in the months of January, February and March. According to Dr. Sandeep Budhiraja, senior director, Max Healthcare and Institute of Internal Medicine, the symptoms of the influenza virus strain are slightly different and slightly more severe during the flu season than in previous years.
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What is H3N2 virus?
The H3N2 virus is a type of influenza virus known as the influenza A virus. It is a respiratory viral infection, i.e. it has contagious symptoms so extra caution is required. It is known that this subtype of influenza A virus was first detected in the human body in 1968.
What are the symptoms of H3N2 virus?
Symptoms of the H3N2 virus include chronic cough, runny nose, sore throat, headache, body aches, fever, chills, fatigue, diarrhea, vomiting and difficulty breathing.
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Precautions you should take to stay away from H3N2 virus:
- Washing your hands with soap.
- Cleaning your surroundings.
- Avoid contact with people who are sick or wear a mask.
- As a viral infection is contagious, if you sneeze or cough, wear a mask and keep distance.
What is the treatment for H3N2 virus?
Medicines for fever, cough or headache can be taken regularly to relieve the symptoms of H3N2 virus. But that is not a permanent solution. Avoid taking antibiotics as much as possible. Frequent use of antibiotics can cause your immune system to weaken. If symptoms are severe, see a doctor.
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