Monthly Archives: August 2010

Our Nilamadhav

Nilu: Iron Man-3

Nilu: Iron Man-Reloaded

This is our dearest Nilamadhav Sahu. He is the most famous and wildest hunk of our pot room. His colleagues compares with Achilles, the forgotten Greek hero. Below is a comparison between them.

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Swine Flu Symptoms And It’s Treatment

SWINE FLU SYMPTOMS

According to the CDC, like seasonal flu, symptoms of swine flu infections can include:

  • fever, which is usually high, but unlike seasonal flu, is sometimes absent
  • cough
  • runny nose or stuffy nose
  • sore throat
  • body aches
  • headache
  • chills
  • fatigue or tiredness, which can be extreme
  • diarrhea and vomiting, sometimes, but more commonly seen than with seasonal flu

Signs of a more serious swine flu infection might include pneumonia and respiratory failure.

TREATMENT FOR SWINE FLU (H1N1)

The best treatment for influenza infections in humans is prevention by vaccination.

Work by several laboratories has recently produced vaccines. The firstvaccine released in early October 2009 was a nasal spray vaccine. It isapproved for use in healthy individuals ages 2 through 49. This vaccineconsists of a live attenuated H1N1 virus and should not be used in anyone whois pregnantor immunocompromised.

The injectable vaccine, made from killed H1N1, became available in thesecond week of October. This vaccineis approved for use in ages 6 months to the elderly,including pregnant females. Both of these vaccines have been approved by theCDC only after they had conducted clinical trials to prove that the vaccineswere safe and effective. However, caregiversshould be aware of the vaccine guidelines that come with the vaccines, asoccasionally, the guidelines change. Please see the sections below titled”Can novel H1N1 swine flu be prevented with a vaccine?” and thetimeline update for the current information on the vaccines.

Two antiviral agents have been reported to help prevent or reduce theeffects of swine flu. They are zanamivir(Relenza) and oseltamivir(Tamiflu), both of which are also used to prevent or reduce influenza A and Bsymptoms.

These drugs should not be used indiscriminately, because viral resistance tothem can and has occurred. Also, they are not recommended if the flu symptomsalready have been present for 48 hours or more, although hospitalized patientsmay still be treated past the 48-hour guideline.

Severe infections in some patients may require additional supportivemeasures such as ventilation support and treatment of other infections likepneumonia that can occur in patients with a severe flu infection. The CDC hassuggested in their interim guidelines that pregnant females can be treated withthe two antiviral agents.

How To Connect Facebook With Twitter

There are few simple steps to connect your Facebook account with your Twitter account. Just follow following steps and that’s all.

Step 1: Log into to your FACEBOOK account by clicking on http://www.facebook.com.

Step 2: Log into your TWITTER account in the same web browser with another tab by clicking on http://www.twitter.com

Step 3: Now click on http://www.facebook.com/apps/application.php?id=2231777543

Step 4: Now add the Twitter Application by clicking on Add Application.

Add Twitter Connection Application

Add Twitter Connection Application

Step 5: Now the most important thing is by default it should show your twitter account. If the showing twitter account is not yours then click Deny, and give your twitter account information when asked. Maximum probability is that it should show the twitter account in which you had logged in. Then click Allow, if every thing is ok.

Step 6: Now you can see that your both accounts are get connected and the application is searching your facebook friends automatically.

Step 7: Another important step is you must enable application permission by selecting the check box at left-side column written “Allow twitter to post updates for Facebook Profile”.

That’s all. Everything is set up. Whenever you update your status or tweet anything in twitter it will be shown in your facebook wall.

Save a lot of time by just updating in one website and letting it do the rest by updating in other sites, even you need not to stay logged in other websites.