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'Mystery virus' found in Hyderabad, such symptoms are seen in the patient...

A mystery virus has created a stir in Hyderabad. Its initial symptoms are similar to 'swine flu', 'adenovirus' and 'influenza'.

A mystery virus has created panic in Hyderabad. Its initial symptoms are similar to 'swine flu', 'adenovirus' and 'influenza'. And it attacks the breathing pipe of the victim. But which virus it actually is has not been identified. This virus is spreading rapidly throughout the state. It is affecting the health of children and adults. According to experts, the recovery rate from this mystery virus is 100 per cent and there is nothing to worry about as of now.

Apart from this, patients are recovering in 4-5 days. According to recent official data on ILI-SARI (influenza-like illness-severe acute respiratory illness), H3N2 infection accounts for 50 percent of respiratory infections. Whereas till May 7, a significant increase in Covid-19 cases was seen. No cases of the highly contagious virus had been reported in the past few weeks until the week ending August 27.

Symptoms of this mystery virus

sore throat

running nose

Fever

body pain

dry cough

breathing problem

According to experts, 1-2 percent of these patients have faced severe difficulty in breathing. Doctors said that the symptoms can affect the upper respiratory tract and spread to the lower respiratory tract. False positive results have also occurred in influenza A and B, swine flu-H1N1, dengue and avian flu-H3N2. Furthermore, the structural similarity of the mystery virus is similar to that of other virus families.

Mystery virus protection

cover nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing

use n95 mask

maintain social distance

vaccination against influenza

cleaning

immediate isolation

Treatment of Mysterious Respiratory Virus

Experts said that doctors are doing symptomatic treatment and are getting positive response. Doctors are treating people with respiratory failure with oseltamivir, an anti-viral drug. Patients are also advised to keep themselves hydrated and stay isolated after complete recovery.

Disclaimer: Before following the methods, methods and suggestions mentioned in this article, do take the advice of a doctor or a related expert.

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