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'''Influentia'''<ref name="Kraus">Kraus, L. A. (1844). ''Kritisch-etymologisches medicinisches Lexikon'' (Dritte Auflage). Göttingen: Verlag der Deuerlich- und Dieterichschen Buchhandlung.</ref><ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=Dwe6AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA473&lpg=PA473&dq=influentia+febris&source=bl&ots=kaMRgL2e5o&sig=kgatbUsRgbD7WfPdhVABvRDGXR0&hl=en&ei=TjYQSsq9NpystgeIo92TCA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=10 Medical Lexicon: A Dictionary of Medical Science, Robely Dunglison, editio octava (1851)]; Confer [http://wredmond.home.texas.net/flittera.html ''catch the flu'']</ref> vel '''influenza'''<ref name="Arnaudov">Arnaudov, G. D. (1964), ''Terminologia medica polyglotta. Latinum-Bulgarski-Russkij-English-Français-Deutsch'' (Sophiae: Editio medicina et physcultura).</ref><ref>Nomen in variis [[lingua|linguis]] ''flu'' tantum imminutum.</ref> vel '''grippa'''<ref>{{Words}}</ref> vel '''grippus'''<ref name="Arnaudov"/> vel '''febris catarrhalis epidemica'''<ref>[http://www.archive.org/details/epidemicinfluenz00sisluoft Epidemic influenza: notes on its origin and method of spread (1891)], ubi dantur: "catarrhus febrilis, febris catarrhosa, catarrhus epidemicus, febris catarrhalis epidemica, catarrhus a contagio, morbus catarrhalis, fluxio catarrhalis, synochus catarrhalis, febris catarrhalis, defluxio catarrhalis".</ref> est [[morbus]] (vel accuratius pestilentia sive [[virus|viralis]] [[infectio]] [[epidemia|epidemica]]), quae provocatur a diversis [[Virus biologicum|viris]] familiae [[orthomyxoviridae|orthomyxoviridarum]], quae attingunt [[aves]] et [[mammalia]]. Quidam, propter aliqua [[symptoma|symptomata]] similia, influentiam [[gravedo|gravedine]] confundunt. Sed gravedo per aliud virus datur.
 
Curus{{dubsig||}} influentiae morbis [[cor]]dis [[pulmo]]numque chronicis, velut in [[graviditas|graviditate]] aggravescere queant.
 
Hodie quaedam substantiae medicamenta antiviralia in influentia tractanda notae sunt.
== Therapia influentiae antiviralis ==
Drogae antivirales, quae in influentia tractanda utiles apparent, sunt Baloxavirum marboxilum et Oseltamivirum et Zanamivirum.
==== Baloxavirum marboxilum ====
Baloxavirum in acidum convertitur, quod enzymi [[ribonucleasis]] inhibitor agit<ref>{{cite journal |authors=Ison M. G., Portsmouth S., et al. |title=Early treatment with baloxavir marboxil in high-risk adolescent and adult outpatients with uncomplicated influenza (CAPSTONE-2): a randomised, placebo-controlled, phase 3 trial |journal=The Lancet. Infectious diseases |year=2020 |month=Oct |volume=20 |issue=10 |pages=1204-14 |url=https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32526195/}}</ref>.
 
==== Oseltamivirum ====
{{main|Oseltamivirum}}
Oseltamivirum est enzymi [[neuraminidasis]] inhibitor. [[Adversa drogae reactio|Effectus adversarii]] rarius possunt esse [[nausea]] et [[vomitus]]<ref>{{cite journal |authors=Jefferson T., Jones M., et al. |title=Oseltamivir for influenza in adults and children: systematic review of clinical study reports and summary of regulatory comments |journal=British Medical Journal |year=2014 |volume=348 |pages=g2545 |url=https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24811411/}}</ref>. Oseltamivirum in [[Ordo mundi sanitarius|ordinis mundi sanitarii]] [[Index exemplaris medicamentorum essentialium (Ordo mundi sanitarius)|indicem exemplarem medicamentorum essentialium]] receptum est.
 
==== Zanamivirum ====
Zanamivirum est enzymi [[neuraminidasis]] inhibitor et ''pulvis'' per os consumitur. Medicamentum cursum in melius amplificare potest<ref>{{cite journal |authors=Heneghan C. J., Onakpoya I., et al. |title=Zanamivir for influenza in adults and children: systematic review of clinical study reports and summary of regulatory comments |journal=British Medical Journal |year=2014 |month=Apr |volume=348 |pages=g2547 |url=https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24811412/}}</ref>.
 
== Nexus externi ==
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{{Vicifons|Influenza|influentiam]]}}
* [http://www.archive.org/details/epidemicinfluenz00sisluoft Epidemic influenza: notes on its origin and method of spread (1891)]
* [http://books.google.com/books?id=aUY2GM00hj0C&pg=PA11&lpg=PA11&dq=catarrhus+epidemicus&source=bl&ots=q0hdSrHBjy&sig=qcvrl1l39-qJpTVDCnaeTb-xj6c&hl=en&ei=ypECSuPTC92MtgfcxN2BBw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=5#PPA11,M1 A Treatise on the Continued Fevers By James Cornelius Wilson]