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 Post subject: Re: Greece
PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 6:18 pm 
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http://www.newsbeast.gr/greece/arthro/1 ... io-patras/

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Two children aged 7 and 8 years became ill from the flu virus and were hospitalized in Karamandaneio Hospital in Patras.

The two children are in good health and had been ill from a mild form of the virus and returned home. But the incidents have caused great concern among parents who are informed.

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 Post subject: Re: Greece
PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 6:19 pm 
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http://www.xwrisanaisthitiko.gr/2011/01 ... l?spref=tw

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It came yesterday afternoon, 55 year old hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital of Rethymnon, having contracted the virus H1N1.

The man was hospitalized Sunday, January 9, despite medical treatment and care, symptoms of influenza are not resolved and the situation had deteriorated daily.

The death of 55chronou is first recorded in Rethimno virus H1N1, while the total cases that have appeared in the local hospital is three.

Source: rethnea.gr

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 Post subject: Re: Greece
PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 6:25 pm 
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http://www.romandie.com/ats/news/110128 ... d29hm6.asp

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H1N1: Twelve deaths since the beginning of the year in Greece
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Greece has recorded twelve deaths from H1N1 influenza virus since the beginning of 2011, said Friday the central control and disease prevention (KEELPNO).

The three latest deaths were recorded during the last 24 hours, the agency said in Athens, Ana (semi-official).

In 2010 the KEELPNO recorded 150 deaths related to H1N1 in the country.

"We follow the evolution of the disease, there is nothing to worry about," he told AFP Takis Panagiotopoulos, an adviser KEELPNO.

"Last year the disease was in an initial stage, this year it seems to be increasing," he added.

In January 2010 the Greek government had annulled an order of 12.3 million doses of vaccine, a total of 16 million originally intended for 11 million Greeks, once fears about a pandemic have been lifted.

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 Post subject: Re: Greece
PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2011 7:12 pm 
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Three more people have lost their lives because of the H1N1 flu virus in he past two days, raising the number of virus victims to 15, whilst at the same time 16 people have been hospitalized in Intensive Care Units due to complications from the flu.
According to information from the Center of Control and Prevention of
Diseases, since the beginning of the year 81 cases have been grave enough to warrant hospition in the Intensive Care Unit.

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 Post subject: Re: Greece
PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2011 7:17 pm 
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In critical condition 36chroni by Lamia, who was 8 months pregnant
- Closes the Intensive Care Unit (M.A.F)
- Lack and medical supplies.
Of the 43 confirmed cases hospitalized at this time in intensive care units in all hospitals in the country, one hospitalized in ICU Lamia 38chrono refers to a man.
Unfortunately, like all shows, there are 2 other cases in ICU but they have not yet been confirmed by the Pasteur Institute.
It 36chrono a man and a woman also 36chroni, which unfortunately is in critical condition. According to information from the LamiaReport 36chroni going through the eighth month of pregnancy and was healthy. The last five days showed an infection and suddenly the state of health deteriorated dramatically. As had respiratory problems that doctors took the baby by Caesarean, which hospitalized in San Francisco and are struggling to keep alive the mother.

Last year because of influenza, hospital Lamia up next to another ICU Intensive Care Unit (M.A.F.) with 6 staff, who fired tomorrow, after their contracts expired.
Currently, the ICU is full, and if nothing is done to operate the PMR things become very difficult.
There are also serious shortages of materials necessary for the proper functioning of the units.

Finally it is worth noting that the ICU of Lamia is one of the best units in Greece and recently took credit from the Ministry of Health.

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 Post subject: Re: Greece
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http://drtsili.blogspot.com/2011/01/h1n1.html?spref=tw

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It is true that the last time Greece has entered the phase of seasonal influenza Week 51/2010 (20-26/12/2010). In KEELPNO expected continued increase in cases over the next 6-8 weeks in our country.........................................

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 Post subject: Re: Greece
PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2011 7:40 am 
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http://www.emg.rs/en/news/region/146092.html

Another four people died on Tuesday as a result of complications caused by an H1N1 virus infection, bringing the death toll to 21.

Earlier Tuesday, Deputy Health Minister Mihalis Timosidis said that Greece is currently in the midst of an H1N1 epidemic that is likely to continue for several more weeks, after news that the death toll as a result of the flu had risen to 17.

Six people died as a result of complications caused by an H1N1 virus infection since Monday evening, when the number of deaths stood at 15.

The minister said that health authorities were on alert and he described the measures taken to cope with the flu epidemic as adequate. He also urged members of the population at higher risk from flu to get vaccinated, even at this stage of the epidemic.

According to the Centre for the Control and Prevention of Diseases (KEELPNO) a total of 94 people have been admitted to intensive care units as a result of H1N1 since the start of the year of which 47 remain in ICUs at present.


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 Post subject: Re: Greece
PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2011 7:40 pm 
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http://lajme.parajsa.com/Rajoni/id_2704 ... aign=lajme

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ATHENS- The number of fatalities from the virus of influenza A (H1N1) in Greece reached 21, while 50 people were under intensive care, today announced the electronic publication
The city of Athens newspaper "To Vima".

"There njo 'boom' of infection with this virus of the citizens", but today warned the Greek Minister of Health, Andreas Loverdhos.
The data show that one in three controls resulted positive for the presence of H1N1 virus.

A large number of schools in Greece pothujase are empty, because besides this type of flu virus to other viruses that attack the respiratory tract.

Authorities recommend grrke the population to abide by the terms of hygiene and proper medication use.
Last year, in Greece were recorded 150 cases of death as a result of this virus.

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 Post subject: Re: Greece
PostPosted: Mon Feb 07, 2011 9:31 pm 
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http://greece.greekreporter.com/2011/02 ... in-greece/

Six people lost their lives in the last 24 hours due to complications caused by the influenza A (H1N1), increasing the number of total fatalities in Greece to 33. In a statement, the Ministry of Health emphasized the need for hygiene, vaccination and antiviral medication.
Due to the strikes of pharmacists or possible shortages of antiviral medication, the Health Ministry announced that patients can receive life saving drugs at the pharmacies of state hospitals and daily health centers free of charge, with a simple prescription.


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 Post subject: Re: Greece
PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2011 2:53 pm 
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Fourteen people diagnosed with swine have died in less than a week in Greece, bringing the number of fatalities from the disease to 62, Health Ministry officials said Tuesday.

Officials said none of the 14 had been vaccinated. Another 223 people infected with the H1N1 swine flu virus are in intensive care, the Greek daily Kathimerini reported.

The newspaper quoted Sotiris Tsiodras, an official at the Centre for Infectious Diseases Control (KEEL), as urging the elderly, children and the infirm to get vaccinated immediately.

People displaying symptoms of H1NI infection, such as a high fever and sharp chest pains, should also be vaccinated, he said.

http://www.monstersandcritics.com/news/ ... imbs-to-62?

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