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PostPosted: Sat Aug 09, 2014 2:59 pm 
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Suspect Senegal (Ouro Sogui) case with contacts in Mali who had come from Guinea.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 09, 2014 3:01 pm 
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A Malian national with symptoms referring to Fiévé Ebola has been quarantined by the services of the hospital Ourossogui (north), has-been learned from the Chief Medical Matam region, Dr. Doudou Sene .
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This patient developed to Ogo, a village 5 km from Ourossogui had recently returned from a stay in his native country, where he was in contact with nationals of Guinea, said Dr. Sene. accompanied He suffered from headaches high fever - 40 degrees -, joint pain and was suffering from bloody diarrhea, said the head doctor of the medical Matam region. Samples have been made ​​on him and sent to Dakar for analysis with results may be available within 48 hours. A doctor accompanied by officers of health services has already been dispatched to Ogo to spray and disinfect the home of the patient 27, the bike that was used to carry up the hospital and its driver. Responsible Medical Matam region has prompted people to be vigilant and to take more account of the prevention mechanism decided by medical authorities. Doudou Sene especially recommended them to stop 'hands in rhyme.' ' The Minister of Health and Social Action Awa Marie Coll Seck had Friday called for vigilance and serenity for better observance of hygiene measures enacted to deal with the Ebola haemorrhagic fever. Ebola virus had appeared in Guinea in February. This hemorrhagic fever has since continued to spread in West Africa even though the disease remains focused on Guinean territory, Sierra Leone and Liberia. 's latest assessment of the world Health Organization (WHO) reports 932 dead in total, two in Lagos (Nigeria), the largest city in sub-Saharan Africa. (With APS)

http://www.dakaractu.com/Ebola-un-cas-s ... 72470.html

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DAKAR, Aug. 9 (Xinhua) -- A Malian national living in northern Senegal has been quarantined in a hospital due to suspected Ebola symptoms, Senegalese News Agency reported Saturday.

The 27-year-old patient had just returned to the northern city of Ourossogui from a trip to Mali, where he was in contact with nationals of Guinea, said the head doctor of the local medical team, adding samples have been sent to Dakar for analysis and the results could be available within 48 hours.

A doctor accompanied by officers of health services has already been dispatched to the city to disinfect the home of the patient and the bike that was used to transport him.

In March, Senegal had closed its border with Guinea, the country most affected by the epidemic, but reopened it in early May.

The Senegalese Minister of Health, Awa Marie Coll Seck, said Friday that there was no confirmed case in they country but emphasized prevention measures against Ebola virus.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 09, 2014 8:26 pm 
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Ourossogui - A Malian national with symptoms referring to Fiévé Ebola has been quarantined by the services of the hospital Ourossogui (north), has-been learned from the Chief Medical Matam region, Dr. Doudou Sene.

This patient developed to Ogo, a village 5 km from Ourossogui had recently returned from a stay in his native country, where he was in contact with nationals of Guinea, said Dr. Sene.

He suffered from headaches accompanied by high fever - 40 degrees -, joint pain and was suffering from bloody diarrhea, said the head doctor of the medical Matam region.

Samples have been made on him and sent to Dakar for analysis and the results could be available within 48 hours.

A doctor accompanied by officers of health services has already been dispatched to Ogo to spray and disinfect the home of the patient 27, the bike that was used to transport it to the hospital and the driver.

The Ebola virus is transmitted by direct contact with blood, body fluids or tissues of infected animals and by. There is still no effective treatment or vaccine against this disease.

The head of the medical Matam region urged people to be vigilant and to take more account of the prevention mechanism decided by medical authorities. Doudou Sene especially recommended them to stop "hands in rhyme."

The Minister of Health and Social Action Awa Marie Coll Seck had Friday called for vigilance and serenity for better observation of hygiene measures enacted to deal with Ebola hemorrhagic fever.

The Ebola virus had appeared in Guinea in February. This hemorrhagic fever has since continued to spread in West Africa even though the disease remains focused on Guinean territory, Sierra Leone and Liberia.

The latest report of the World Health Organization (WHO) reported 932 deaths in total, two in Lagos (Nigeria), the largest city in sub-Saharan Africa.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 10, 2014 8:59 am 
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Nouakchott - A Malian national with symptoms referring to Fiévé Ebola was interned by the services of the hospital in medical Ourossogui Matam region (northern Senegal).
According to APS, which reported the information, this patient had recently returned from a trip to his home country where he was in contact with nationals of Guinea.
He suffered from headaches accompanied by high fever - 40 degrees - , joint pain and was suffering from bloody diarrhea, said the head doctor of the medical Matam region.
Samples have been made ​​on him and sent to Dakar for analysis and the results could be available within 48 hours .
Responsible Medical Matam region urged people to be vigilant and to take more account of the prevention mechanism decided by medical authorities.
Ebola virus had appeared in Guinea in February. This hemorrhagic fever has since continued to spread in West Africa even though the disease remains focused on Guinean territory, Sierra Leone and Liberia.
's latest assessment of the world Health Organization (WHO) reports 932 dead in total, two in Lagos (Nigeria), the largest city in sub-Saharan Africa.

http://www.malijet.com/la_societe_malie ... ebola.html

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 11, 2014 7:46 am 
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Negative Test for suspicion in Senegal. The analysis of samples on a sick with symptoms of a hemorrhagic fever quarantined in the Matam region, in the North of Senegal, have ruled out the presence of the Ebola virus. This was announced by senegalese Director of prevention. The patient had been put in isolation Saturday to the Hospital of Ourossogui close to Matam (about 530 km from Dakar). The samples were brought to Dakar and analyzed by the Pasteur Institute. The patient is a 27-year-old man residing in Senegal but from Mali, non-affected Country from the outbreak, and had been put in quarantine because they had symptoms consistent with the virus: headache, high fever and bloody diarrhoea. Patients with similar symptoms were surveyed in Mali in April, but the lab tests had ruled out that it was Ebola. Senegal and Mali bordering Guinea, the country where it is blown up at the beginning of the year the current epidemic then spread to Liberia to Sierra Leone and, since last July, to Nigeria. In total there are nearly 1,800 deaths 960 cases confirmed, probable or suspected, by the World Health Organization

http://www.ansa.it/sito/notizie/mondo/a ... 1613e.html

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