International Journal of Preventive Medicine Research
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International Journal of Preventive Medicine Research, Vol.2, No.3, Jun. 2016, Pub. Date: Jun. 22, 2016
A Case of Avian Influenza a (H7N9) with Lactose Intolerance
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Authors
[01] Maoxian Yang, Intensive Care Unit, the First Hospital of Jiaxing, Jiaxing, China.
[02] Youming Zong, Intensive Care Unit, the First Hospital of Jiaxing, Jiaxing, China.
[03] Yunchao Shi, Intensive Care Unit, the First Hospital of Jiaxing, Jiaxing, China.
[04] Peng Shen, Intensive Care Unit, the First Hospital of Jiaxing, Jiaxing, China.
[05] Jiangang Zhu, Intensive Care Unit, the First Hospital of Jiaxing, Jiaxing, China.
[06] Haibo Wang, Intensive Care Unit, the First Hospital of Jiaxing, Jiaxing, China.
[07] Xianbin Song, Intensive Care Unit, the First Hospital of Jiaxing, Jiaxing, China.
[08] Huijiang Qian, Department of Respiration, the First Hospital of Jiaxing, Jiaxing, China.
[09] Min Kong, Department of Anaesthesiology, the First Hospital of Jiaxing, Jiaxing, China.
Abstract
The avian influenza A (H7N9) has infected more than 500 people in China since the first human infection was confirmed in Mar 2013. Diarrhea was present in some H7N9 infected patients, but this is the first report on the clinical characteristics of an H7N9-infected patient with lactose intolerance. Geographical location, environment, lifestyle, and host factors including genetic variations could have played a role in the susceptibility to influenza A (H7N9) infection.
Keywords
Avian Influenza a (H7N9), Lactose Intolerance, Diarrhea, Zoonotic Infection, China
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