The Yucatan influenza cases are combined three times a week during the 2018-2019 season this year, and Yucatan is in the eighth place reporting more influenza cases in the current period.
The incidence of the disease has so far been 8.4%, and by the 15th of this month, 215 cases were estimated to be 18 cases.
The figures for this season surpassed the figures from the previous court (2017-2018), with 73 cases counted in the same courtroom, and only 4 cases were found to have had a positive impact on the flu and did not die.
So this season, which started six weeks ago, overwhelmed the influenza AH1N1 virus, and so far it has not. So during this period, the health sector institutions in the Yucatan have been injecting about 500,000 times for this disease. .
The list of states with more cases is 73 by Veracruz, 63 and 46 by Guerrero, Chiapas; Shinaloa, 39 years old; Oaxaca, 35 years old; Tabasco, 30 people; Mexico City and Puebla, 19 each; Yucatán, 18, Mexico, 17 years old.
According to the 46-day weekly epidemiological surveillance report, 491 confirmed cases of type A influenza were discontinued nationwide, including 378 cases of AH1N1 virus, 76 cases of B influenza, 28 cases of influenza A and 9 cases of AH3N2 . The total number of events in Mexico is 6,000 to 420.
A total of 28 influenza deaths were identified, including Veracruz (5), Tabasco (4), Sonora (4), Chiapas (3) and Sinanoa (2). It has been determined that one person died each in the provinces of Aguascalientes, Tlaxcala, Tamaulipas, Puebla, Querétaro, Oaxaca, Guerrero, Jalisco, Mexico and Hidalgo.
The current season of seasonal influenza, which started during the 40th week of the epidemic (the first week of October), the group that most affected this disease was children aged 1 to 9, 40, 49, 60 and over.
Influenza viruses spread quickly when the infected particles spread through the air after coughing or sneezing. It can also spread through virus-contaminated hands.
The vaccine reduces diabetes mortality by 30%.
Receiving influenza vaccination can reduce the likelihood of a diabetic patient's death from complications of the virus by up to 30%, experts say. Patricia Cervantes, Sanofi Pasteur Latin America's medical director, warned that people with diabetes suffering from influenza are three times more likely to be hospitalized and six times more likely to die.
The vaccine protects diabetics and reduces the chance of a sudden attack on the heart by 30 percent from a heart attack rate of 22 percent, experts said. Myocardial infarction was 19% and pneumonia was 15%. Finally, he emphasized that, among people suffering from influenza complications, eight out of 10 people were either not vaccinated or had one or more complications such as diabetes.