Informationen zur Neuen Grippe (Schweinegrippe)

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29. April 2009 – Das  Deutsche Bundesamt für Arzneimittel und Medizinalprodukte (BfArM) hat heute  eine Liste von Links zu Informationen deutscher und internationaler Behörden zum Ausbruch der Neuen Grippe (Schweinegrippe) veröffentlicht.  Diese Liste umfasst Links zu deutschen sowie einer Selektion internationaler Behörden.

Informationen deutscher Behörden:

  • Schweine-InfluenzaInformationen des Robert Koch-Instituts zur Schweine-Influenza (hier);
  • Falldefinition für Schweinegrippe (Influenza A/H1N1) beim Menschen (hier);
  • Antworten des Robert Koch-Instituts zur Schweine-Influenza bei Menschen (hier);
  • Hinweis des Robert-Koch-Instituts für Flugpassagiere, in deren Flugzeug sich Personen mit Atemwegserkrankungen aufhielten (hier);
  • Nationaler Influenzapandemieplan für Maßnahmen im Pandemiefall (hier);
  • Informationen des Friedrich-Loeffler-Instituts zur Schweine-Influenza (hier).

Informationen internationaler Behörden (in Englisch):

  • Informationen der Weltgesundheitsorganisation, WHO, zur Schweine-Influenza (hier);
  • Aktuelle Warnphase der Weltgesundheitsorganisation WHO (hier);
  • Informationen der Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, zum Auftreten der Schweine-Influenza in den USA (hier);
  • Neue Grippe (Novel Influenza) Situationsbericht des European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) (hier).

Fachinformationen zu den von der WHO und den nationalen Gesundheitbehörden  im Kampf gegen die Neue Grippe (Schweinegrippe) als wirksam betrachteten Arzneimittel Oseltamivir [Tamiflu] (hier)  und Zanamivir [Relenza] (hier) können sie z.B. bei Swissmedic finden.

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