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3rd International Conference on Influenza and Zoonotic Diseases

Birmingham, UK

Giulio Tarro

Giulio Tarro

President Foundation de Beaumont Bonelli for Cancer Research, ITALY

Title: Early diagnosis of Influenza as zoonotic disease lowers its impact on public health


Biography: Giulio Tarro


The history of flu viruses teaches that influence originates from birds, usually aquatic, then it is transferred to man through the leap into pigs. The promiscuity of the herds, facilitates this transition and then the spread. Three pandemics caused by influenza A viruses, which occurred in the 20th century, have all had this origin: the ‘Spanish flu’ (1918, H1N1), the ‘Asian flu’ (1957, H2N2) and the ‘Hong Kong flu’ (1968, H3N2). The 2009 H1N1 influenza virus acted during the winter in Australia and New Zealand yielding a pattern effect for the treatment of patients during the winter in the Northern Hemisphere.  The  performance  of  rapid  diagnostic test  for  the  detection  of  novel  influenza  A  (H1N1)  virus  was evaluated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The findings of severe respiratory disease concurrent with the circulation of H1N1 influenza was proved by the aforementioned test. Even the potential impact of pandemic influenza during the Hajj pilgrimage was taken in account to reduce the substantial effect on the crowd to spread the infection.