The High Season Of Flu Virus Needs To Pay Attention To Protection
The high season of Flu Virus needs to pay attention to protection
It is now the high season of the flu. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) conducted research to protect health care workers and other workers from infectious diseases, including the flu. An important part of the research is to understand how the flu virus spreads. The flu is known to be transmitted through respiratory secretions containing the virus. NIOSH discusses the spread of flu in the air through small aerosols at smaller distances. Coughing, sneezing, speaking and breathing produce potentially infectious aerosols (small airborne particles). Several studies have shown that small aerosol particles can carry influenza viruses, but how important is this route of transmission? If the patient can easily infect others by coughing, speaking, sneezing and aerosols generated during breathing, interventions such as patient isolation and cohort, increased air circulation and filtration, air disinfection, and the use of respirators or other personal protection should be taken. Equipment may help protect health care workers and other patients from disease.
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