Does Tamiflu really works against Swineflu or Mexican Flu?

Does Tamiflu really works against Swineflu or Mexican Flu? from Fruzzel Ventures s.l.u.

By: Fruzzel Ventures s.l.u.  29/04/2009

 How should you as an individual react to the Swine flu? Vaccination is only a possibility in the case of influenza, but you have to realize that you always have to rely on last years choice of viral components.

There is never a guarantee the vaccine protects against the most recent viral mutant that is causing this years infections.

For the other infections like Swine Flu, SARS (with a death rate of 10%) and chickenpox no vaccine exists and virologists worry that a combination between SARS or chickenpox viral material with influenza virus will result in an uncontrollable epidemic outbreak as happened in 1918.In that case only an anti-viral like Tamiflu can help you. But, in case of a rapidly spreading epidemic your chance of getting in time any anti viral medication at all will be nil.

Therefore, if you are traveling a lot or live in a big city you are at risk and would be well advised to stock some Tamiflu, just in case. Think also of your family and the people in your company. In this matter of life or death somebody must take responsibility.You can do it now!Tamiflu is made by Roche Germany and comes as a capsule to take by mouth, in a package of 10 capsules containing 75 mg of the anti-viral oseltamivir. The product is registered for the European Union under # EU/1/02/222/001.Tamiflu can either be used as a prophylactic to prevent an infection by taking 1 capsule a day or to recover from an infection by taking 1 capsule twice a day for 5 days. Tamiflu may be combined with influenza vaccination.

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