More often, it is said that swine flu is a common type of disease, but it may be more dangerous in intense condition. If swine flu is not treated properly, it becomes incurable.
Through comprehensive study and research, it is found that most of the swine flu victims are school going children and they died after suffering from intensive swine flu.
Let’s talk about the recent study of swine flu deaths and see how much swine flu dangerous and killing disease. The World Health Organization (WHO) has prepared the report that from 1,154 suffered people approximately 1,000 has died world wide due to harmful consequences of dangerous swine flu.
Daily Statistics of Swine Flu Deaths
It is recently reported that during first week of September, the ratio of swine flu death has increased up to 5.6%. Approximately 394 new swine flu deaths are reported around the world from 56.3 deaths per day. From the top 5 consecutive week in number of deaths, United States stands on second height number in swine flu death reporting. India is on third with an increase of 29% deaths as a result of swine flu and then Mexico and Venezuela reported 23 new deaths.
In swine flu cases, more than 80 labs report the deaths of individuals and 8,800 hospitals reported the patients of swine flu. Almost 50 to 100 children died in the disease of seasonal flu each year. It is newly reported that 447 labs confirmed the death of children from which two third of children died were critical in their health condition. They suffered from the illness of nervous system.
These statistics mean that swine flu is more dangerous than seasonal flu. The first person who died with swine flu was a 22 month-old child. In UK and USA, currently 0.5% death rate of people is recorded who suffered from swine flu.
All these statistical data is collected through approved methods of survey and interview. Medical research officers conducted the survey and collected accurate information about deaths happened by swine flu in selected areas where swine flu appeared. The death ratios mentioned above are the results of that survey. In this regard, interviewed and questioners are also conducted to get information about the seriousness of this fatal disease. Statistical measures and tools are used to interpret that data e.g. sampling, measure of central tendency, testing of hypothesis, variance and coorelation.