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Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 25, 2014 3:33 am ]
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Media reports cite another H5N1 in Egypt, 5M in Aswan.

Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 25, 2014 3:34 am ]
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Dec 24 (Reuters) - A five-year-old Egyptian child died from bird flu on Wednesday, the tenth death from the virus in the country out of 22 identified cases this year, the Health Ministry said.

Ministry spokesman Dr Hossam Abdel Ghaffar said the boy came to a hospital in the southern province of Aswan onMonday with "fever, sore throat and respiratory distress".

He was transferred to another hospital, and later put on a ventilator in a third hospital where he died.

His mother said he had had contact with sick birds, the spokesman added.

Out of the 12 other surviving infected patients, eight have been discharged and four others are still sick in hospital, Abdel Ghaffar said.

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

The 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.

Egypt's H5N1 cases have largely been in poor rural areas in the south, where villagers, particularly women, tend to keep and slaughter poultry in the home. (Reporting by Mahmoud Mourad and Ahmed Tolba; Editing by Andrew Roche)

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Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 25, 2014 3:43 am ]
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The Ministry of Health and Population, the injury of new cases confirmed virus-"bird flu" for a child at the age of five years from the victory Nubia management Aswan Governorate, where he was suffering from, fever, cough, sore throat, difficulty breathing, and was suspected case, reported Mother contact with the child to sick birds suspected of being infected with bird flu, has turned the situation to the Fever Hospital Nasr Nubia dated 12/21/2014, was transferred to the Fever Hospital 12/21/2014 Aswan, and chest x-ray revealed he was suffering from double pneumonia, and took the child device respirators, the case was transferred to the intensive care hospital Aswan university department on 22.12.2014, the situation today and died December 24, 2014.

This brings the total number of cases of bird flu becomes during 2014 so far 22 cases of "8 cases of healing 0.4 case under treatment, 10 cases and deaths.

Therefore calls on the Ministry of Health citizens immediately go to the nearest hospital for medical service in the case of the emergence of symptoms of influenza them where to receive the injured bird Tamiflu flu during the first 24 hours of the onset of symptoms increases the cure rates of disease and reduces mortality and advises the Ministry of Health of citizens who deal with poultry cautious and prudent when dealing with birds, especially that shows symptoms of sick and need to take preventive measures to prevent infection, such as covering the 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 living quarters for the birds.

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Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 25, 2014 3:45 am ]
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Wednesday, December 24, 2014 13:36
Hospital doctors decided to Aswan University, the detention of a child, "5 years", on Wednesday morning, after being suspected of being infected with bird flu. The child "Ahmd.m.m" family of 5 years, from the village of Valley hopes fovea Nasr Nuba center circle, may then headed to the fever hospital in Aswan, after the rise in temperature, and the hospital decided to convert it to Aswan University Hospital after being suspected of being infected with bird flu. As physicians, officials take the necessary samples were sent to the central laboratory in Cairo, while making sure of the results.

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Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 25, 2014 3:51 am ]
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Map update

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Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 25, 2014 4:08 am ]
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WHO: Bird flu still a lurking danger in Egypt
A five-year-old child died of bird flu on Wednesday in Upper Egypt, bringing the local number of deaths from the internationally spread disease to 10, health ministry said.
The child suffered fever, cough, sore throat and difficulty in breathing before being transferred to hospital in the southern city of Aswan earlier this week, state news agency MENA reported.

The child’s mother said he handled infected birds.

This is the 22nd case of infection in the country in 2014.

The Egyptian health ministry called on people who handle poultry to seek immediate treatment once symptoms start to appear, while strictly advising them to cover their noses and mouths as they deal with any kind of domesticated birds.

http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent ... -flu-.aspx?

Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 25, 2014 10:34 am ]
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Dr. Sami Taha captain veterinarians confirmed the existence of strong evidence to suggest the spread of the avian influenza epidemic in Egypt.
Captain veterinarians in a statement for "dawn" and said that when the mortality rates are higher compared to the number of injuries, it means the presence of gravity and the spread of the epidemic, adding that the latest figures reached us that there were 22 cases of whom died 10 and this means that there are signs of the spread of a pandemic.
He noted, "Taha," there's insistence that lost responsibility between the ministers of agriculture, health, wondering who was responsible for the deaths this year, saying: "We must specify one of the two, and it is enough that the Sohag governorate alone rose by a number of injuries are scary, and there are discreetly on this matter." .
He asked, "Taha," Have you been informed of the World Health Organization and the Food and Agriculture and the World Organization for Animal Health in this matter, demanding disclosure of reports issued by these organizations for Egypt even revealed the truth.
He asked "Taha" detects the reference laboratory in which you specify the genome of the disease in Egypt, whether it is a foreign plant outside Egypt or Egyptian lab or foreign plant in Egypt because he is the one who determines the nature of the genome "genetic tape," which is determined Accordingly, the best way to deal with epidemic.

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Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 25, 2014 10:38 am ]
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The Directorate Of Veterinary Medicine In Aswan, Sending Four Medical Teams To The Valley Of The Fovea Nasr Nuba Center Village Of Hope, Which Saw The First Death From Bird Flu Adult To A Child 5 Years Old.

He Jamal Mustafa, Undersecretary Of The Ministry Of Veterinary Medicine, That The Difference Went To Work And Fortify The Fact And Take Samples From Birds Located There, Explaining That It Was All Birds Were Culled At The Home Of The Child And The Neighboring Houses.

Mustafa Confirmed That The Samples That Have Been Taken Will Take Time To Get The Results From The Central Laboratory For Viruses In Luxor, And Here Was The Culling And Move Quickly Before They Arrive To Prevent The Spread Of The Disease Confirmed That The Teams Discovered Valley Region Clicking Coming From Esna Dealer Surfed Sells Duck Region Were Executed Everything With Him .

On The Other Hand, Went Two Members Of The Supreme Committee For The Bird Flu Problem In Cairo To Aswan To Work Directly, With The Imposition Of The Work Area Includes About 10 Kilometers Incidence Area For Investigation And Action By The Immunization Procedures.

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Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 25, 2014 10:39 am ]
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Thursday, December 25, 2014 14:52
Her agency Prensa Latina news of the death of 10 people in 2014 in Egypt because of bird flu, saying, the matter has become a serious and alarming, and must put an end to the sanctions for those who do not follow preventive measures to protect against infection with bird flu in Egypt. The Spanish Agency that the last victims of bird flu in Egypt is a child died in Aswan, called "Ahmed Mazhar" 5 years, where he was suffering from pneumonia, was detained Nasr Nuba Central Hospital, and when he did not respond to the treatment was converted to fevers Aswan Hospital and then the intensive care department Hospital Aswan University But his condition deteriorated and he died yesterday, Wednesday, the number of people injured, bringing to 22 people. The agency explained that in Egypt now not interested in the media spread of the avian influenza virus, in contrast to his first appearance in 2006, although the number of deaths due to the virus arrived 73 cases since its inception. The bird flu hit Egypt in 2006, and caused heavy losses to poultry farmers and breeders of the villagers and caused the death and injury of dozens of people from contacts of birds.
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Author:  niman [ Thu Dec 25, 2014 11:14 am ]
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Aswan child dies from bird flu

Daily News Egypt / December 25, 2014

The 10th death case due to virus throughout the past year

A five-year-old child died from the bird flu in an Aswan hospital on Wednesday, according to Ministry of Health spokesman Hossam Abdel Ghafar.

The child was admitted into an Aswan hospital on 21 December before he died on the 24th.

The child’s death marks the 10th case of mortality due to the H5N1 bird flu over the past year in Egypt, the spokesman added.

A total of 22 Egyptians have been diagnosed with the virus last year, some of which are still seeking treatment in hospitals.

According to Abdel Ghafar, this “number is still not high compared to other countries”.

http://www.dailynewsegypt.com/2014/12/2 ... -bird-flu/?

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