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82461-5Influenza virus A and B and H1 2009 pandemic RNA [Identifier] in Upper respiratory specimen by NAA with probe detectionActive

Term Description

Qualitatively detects and differentiates influenza A, influenza B, and 2009 H1N1 influenza viral RNA in upper respiratory specimens collected from patients with signs and symptoms of respiratory infection. This term was created for, but is not limited in use to, the Cepheid Xpert Flu test kit.
Source: Regenstrief LOINC

Part Description

LP220289-5   Influenza virus A & B & H1 2009 pandemic
There are three types of influenza viruses: A, B and C. Human influenza A and B viruses cause seasonal epidemics of disease almost every winter in the United States. The emergence of a new and very different influenza virus to infect people can cause an influenza pandemic. Influenza type C infections cause a mild respiratory illness and are not thought to cause epidemics. Influenza A viruses are divided into subtypes based on two proteins on the surface of the virus: the hemagglutinin (H) and the neuraminidase (N). There are 18 different hemagglutinin subtypes and 11 different neuraminidase subtypes. (H1 through H18 and N1 through N11 respectively.) Influenza A viruses can be further broken down into different strains. Current subtypes of influenza A viruses found in people are influenza A (H1N1) and influenza A (H3N2) viruses. In the spring of 2009, a new influenza A (H1N1) virus (CDC 2009 H1N1 Flu website) emerged to cause illness in people. This virus was very different from the human influenza A (H1N1) viruses circulating at that time. The new virus caused the first influenza pandemic in more than 40 years. That virus (often called "2009 H1N1") has now replaced the H1N1 virus that was previously circulating in humans. Influenza B viruses are not divided into subtypes, but can be further broken down into lineages and strains. Currently circulating influenza B viruses belong to one of two lineages: B/Yamagata and B/Victoria. Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC: Influenza (Flu)

Fully-Specified Name

Influenza virus A & B & H1 2009 pandemic RNA

Additional Names

Short Name
FLUAV+FLUBV+H1 09 pan RNA UpRes NAA+pr
Display Name
FLUAV and FLUBV and H1 2009 pan RNA NAA+probe Nom (Upper resp)
Consumer Name Alpha
Influenza A and Influenza B and H1 2009 Pan, Upper respiratory

Example Answer List LL4045-2

Source: Canada Health Infoway

Answer Code Score Answer ID
Flu A postive; 2009 H1N1 not detected; Flu B negative H1N1 NOT DETECTED; Flu B NEGATIVE LA26382-4
Flu A positive; 2009 H1N1 detected; Flu B negative LA26383-2
Flu A negative; 2009 H1N1 not detected; Flu B positive LA26384-0
Flu A positive; 2009 H1N1 not detected; Flu B positive LA26385-7
Flu A negative; 2009 H1N1 not detected; Flu B negative LA26386-5
Flu A positive; 2009 H1N1 detected; Flu B positive LA26387-3

Basic Attributes

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Member of these Groups

LG32757-3 Influenza virus

Language Variants Get Info

zh-CNChinese (China)
流感病毒 A 与 B 与 H1 型 2009 大流行 RNA:存在与否或特征标识:时间点:呼吸道.上:名义型:探针法.基因扩增.靶向
nl-NLDutch (Netherlands)
Influenzavirus A & B & H1 2009-pandemie RNA:identificator:moment:bovenste luchtwegen:nominaal:moleculaire techniek (PCR)
fr-FRFrench (France)
Influenza virus A et B et H1N1(2009) ARN:Identification:Ponctuel:Voies respiratoires supérieures:Résultat nominal:PCR amplification de cible
it-ITItalian (Italy)
Influenza A & B & H1 2009 pandemic, virus RNA:Prid:Pt:Sistema respiratorio.superiore:Nom:Sonda.amp.tar
es-MXSpanish (Mexico)
ARN pandémico del virus de la influenza A, B y H1 de 2009:Presencia o identidad:Punto temporal:Muestra respiratoria superior:Nominal:Amplificación de ácidos nucleicos con detección de sonda
es-ESSpanish (Spain)
Pandemia 2009 del virus Influenza A y B y H1 RNA:Presencia o identidad:Punto temporal:Muestra respiratoria de vías altas:Nom:Sonda con amplificación dirigida

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