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How to Combat a Hardier Flu Virus

Long enough to transmit the flu to oneself or others, says a study in the January issue of Clinical Microbiology and Infection.

Flu is transmitted from person to person mainly by inhaling tiny virus particles that are released into the air when infected individuals cough and sneeze. Direct contact with contaminated fingers is considered an equally important method of transmission. Researchers sought to find out if the type or size of the flu virus affects its survival.

With the increasing survival time for virus particles with these flu strains, infection prevention and control could not be more important. Patient cases of influenza are on the rise and combating the virus before it spreads is critical. Long enough to transmit the flu to oneself or others, says a study in the January issue of Clinical Microbiology and Infection.

Flu is transmitted from person to person mainly by inhaling tiny virus particles that are released into the air when infected individuals cough and sneeze. Direct contact with contaminated fingers is considered an equally important method of transmission. Researchers sought to find out if the type or size of the flu virus affects its survival.

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With the increasing survival time for virus particles with these flu strains, infection prevention and control could not be more important. Patient cases of influenza are on the rise and combating the virus before it spreads is critical. Infection Prevention and Control is always a priority, but especially now that flu season is upon us and the infections are spreading.

Pedagogy wants to make sure that you or your facility’s staff are prepared this flu season. Classes like Handwashing Responsibilities in Healthcare and Infection Prevention and Control are perfect for reinforcing the focus on preventing viruses from spreading this season.

Contact us today to get classes ordered for your staff, and stay ahead of the flu this season!

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