Influenza A in pregnant women

Influenza A in pregnant women

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Mutation of the influenza A virus

First identified in Norway, mutations of the influenza A virus have been recognized in France. Vincent Enouf, Deputy Head of the National Reference Center for Influenza North Region at the Institut Pasteur tells us more. (News of 04/12/09)

The mutation of the virus into questions.

"The main risk is influenza A, not the vaccine"

The outbreak of influenza A continues to spread and questions remain. Is the vaccine reliable? Is this flu so bad? Professor Didier Houssin, Director General of Health takes stock. (News of the 30/11/09)

Update on the vaccine

The vaccine without adjuvant against the flu A soon available

A few days after the start of the vaccination campaign against influenza A, the French Agency for Health Safety of Health Products (Afssaps) has authorized the placing on the market of the vaccine without adjuvant, for pregnant women and children of less than 2 years old. (News of 17/11/09)

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Influenza A and pregnancy: where are the vaccines?

The Ministry of Health and Sports reported yesterday on the evolution of the outbreak of influenza A and vaccines that will be offered to pregnant women. (News of 09/10/09)

Update on vaccination

Tamiflu, how does it work?

While the outbreak of influenza A is declared in France, questions around Tamiflu remain. When should you take this medicine: before, during, after? Is it ok for pregnant women and children? (News of 23/09/09)

Tamiflu, instructions for use

An adjuvanted vaccine for whom?

While the influenza A vaccination campaign will begin in a few weeks, doubts remain about the effects of the adjuvanted vaccine in pregnant women and young children. (News of 22/09/09)

Which vaccine for me?

Pregnancy: what to do in case of suspicion of influenza A / H1N1?

While the High Council of Public Health last week recommended to vaccinate pregnant women against the A / H1N1 flu virus, the French National College of Gynecologists and Obstetricians publishes a guide for them what to do in case of suspected influenza A. (News of September 16, 2009) What behavior in case of suspected influenza?

A / H1N1 flu: 3 priority groups for vaccination

The European Union confirmed this week the importance of vaccinating people at risk of more than 6 months, health workers and pregnant women as a priority against the H1N1 virus. (News of 27/08/09) I inform myself.

A / H1N1 flu: should pregnant women be vaccinated?

While the influenza A virus is progressing around the world and in France, WHO has included pregnant women in "risk groups", priority to vaccination. Bruno Lina, director of the National Reference Center against influenza, professor of virology in Lyon, takes stock. (News of 22/07/09) Do I have to get vaccinated?