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Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome

Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS) is caused by sinnocavirus (SNV) and its associated hantavirus infection. A syndrome characterized by pulmonary capillary leakage and cardiovascular involvement, also known as hantavirus cardiopulmonary syndrome (HCPs). In the United States, at least 30 states have had this disease. In recent years, there are also cases reported in Europe, Germany and Sweden. Incidence rate is high throughout the whole year, but the incidence is high in spring and summer. The incubation period of the disease ranges from several days to 6 weeks or more. At present, there is no HPS discovery in China, but China is a high incidence area of epidemic hemorrhagic fever. With the emergence of HPS in the European continent outside the Americas, the differentiation between severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and HPS in China in recent years is particularly important and needs to be highly vigilant.

Symptoms

Laryngeal carbuncle

Xanthobacteria pneumonia

Respiratory syncytial virus pneumonia

Talc dust lung

Foreign body in respiratory tract

Respiratory muscle fatigue

Mental disorders associated with respiratory diseases

Respiratory bronchiole related interstitial lung disease

Respiratory bronchiolitis interstitial lung disease

Perforating ulcer of posterior wall

Plant food poisoning containing nitrite

Cold dampness diarrhea

Melanotic plaques - multiple gastrointestinal polyps syndrome

Suppurative sweat gland inflammation

Subdiaphragmatic colonic embedding syndrome

Purulent portal phlebitis

Suppurative esophagitis

Ascaris intestinal obstruction

Pyoderma gangrenosum

ascaris-induced acute pancreatitis

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