To determine the prevalence of influenza infections in swine exposed employees.

To determine the prevalence of influenza infections in swine – exposed employees, the researchers by Dr. Gray and graduate student Kendall P. Myers led examined serum samples taken from four adult population in Iowa zwischen 2002 and 2004. Three populations were occupational groups exposed to pigs: 111 farmers, 97 meat processing workers and 65 veterinarians. The fourth control group included 79 subjects at the University of Iowa with no occupational exposure pigs.

Swine influenza infections generally produce mild or no symptoms in both pigs and humans, however, led exposure to swine flu virus at a 1988 Wisconsin county fair in serious illness for 50 swine exhibitors and three of his family;. A previously healthy woman who died infection was.Webber Wright and want without costs for help that comes at no cost to public purse gradually became gradually to the state pays 10 per cent of in the end of 10 years.

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