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Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:43 pm ]
Post subject:  H5N1 1F Akhmim Sohag Cluster With 2F

Media reports cite confirmation of another H5N1 cases in Akhmim Sohag, 1F, which follow the recovery or another case, 2F, at the same location.

Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:44 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: H5N1 1F Sohag Egypt

"Health": 8 deaths due to bird flu during 2014
12/11/2014 8:38 PM
"Health": 8 deaths due to bird flu during 2014

The Ministry of Health and Population of Egypt, in a statement today, that the number of deaths of bird flu during 2014 rose to 8 cases, after the death of the old lady 33 years of Sohag Governorate.

She said the ministry, in a statement, that the total number of bird flu so far 16 cases, including 7 cases of healing, and one case under treatment.

The Ministry of Health, had been confirmed today injury case-old girl, "a year and four months" of Sohag Pfirs province of Akhmim management N5H1, where symptoms appeared on December 7, was admitted to hospital fevers Sohag evening of the same day public and in stable condition because of the health care provided to them on the same day appearance symptoms.

She pointed to the three put confirmed cases of bird which was announced previously reported two cases in Sohag Governorate and the status of the province of Minya ministry flu infection, it was healing and exit of two cases, one of the lady of the province of Minya were booked hospital Abbasid, and the other case is of a girl at the age of two years of Sohag Governorate which was converge treatment in Sohag Fever Hospital, while the third died Mrs.

The ministry said in a statement that it had been healing as a result of the above-mentioned cases, early detection and give them appropriate treatment once suspected of having the disease, which led to the speed of symmetry to heal.

The Ministry of Health that it calls upon citizens who deal with poultry to go immediately to the nearest hospital for the health service in the event of the appearance of symptoms of influenza them where that had infected the bird flu drug Tamiflu within the first 24 hours of the onset of symptoms increases the cure rates of disease and reduces rates death and the Ministry of Health advises citizens who deal with poultry need to cover your mouth and nose when dealing with poultry, wash your hands with soap and water after handling birds and not to take children to places of birds breeding or slaughter, as well as the need to separate the birds from the living quarters.

http://new.elfagr.org/Detail.aspx?nwsId=751752

Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:54 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: H5N1 1F Akhmim Sohag Cluster

Map update

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Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 11, 2014 10:00 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: H5N1 1F Akhmim Sohag Cluster With 2F

Egyptian woman dies of H5N1 bird flu, total now 8 -Health Ministry
Thu, Dec 11 17:40 PM EST
CAIRO, Dec 11 (Reuters) - An Egyptian woman has died of H5N1 bird flu, bringing the total number of deaths in Egypt from the virus to eight this year out of 16 identified cases, the health ministry said late on Thursday.

The 33-year-old woman died after being admitted to a hospital in the southern province of Sohag, the ministry said in a statement.

The latest confirmed case, also from Sohag, is a 16-month old girl who has been receiving treatment at a hospital since December 7, according to the statement.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), from 2003 through October 2, 2014, there have been 668 laboratory-confirmed human cases of H5N1 infection officially reported from 16 countries. Of these cases, 393 have died.

WHO has warned that whenever bird flu viruses are circulating in poultry, there is a risk of sporadic infections or small clusters of human cases, especially in people exposed to infected birds or contaminated environments.

Human cases of H5N1 are rare. Egypt's H5N1 cases have largely been found in poor rural areas in the south, where villagers, particularly women, tend to keep and slaughter poultry in the home. (Reporting By Omar Fahmy and Mahmoud Mourad; Editing by Toni Reinhold)

http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSL ... 1?irpc=932

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