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 Post subject: Re: Hungary
PostPosted: Fri Nov 13, 2009 1:59 pm 
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Two new deaths were registered in Hungary among swine flu patients, Hungarian medical authorities announced on Friday, quoted by MTI which notes that one of the victims is of Romanian origin.

According to the quoted source, quoting the Hungarian Public Health Authority it regards two women aged 73 years, of Romanian citizenship who was living in Czongrad and the other one, aged 55 was from Jasz Nagykun Szolnok.

They both suffered from pulmonary infection and had serious blood problems when they were hospitalized. The presence of the A/H1N1 virus was detected after they died. There were 7 deaths caused by the swine flu in Hungary.

http://english.hotnews.ro/stiri-regiona ... n1-flu.htm


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 Post subject: Re: Hungary
PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2009 9:14 pm 
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http://www.budapesttimes.hu/content/view/13573/219/
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Flu-stricken doctor on life support
Sunday, 29 November 2009

A doctor in southern Hungary was on a ventilator in a Szeged hospital last week after contracting swine flu. The woman, who worked shifts at a hospital in nearby Makó, had not received an influenza inoculation, the news website Délmagyarorszag.hu reported last Tuesday. Meanwhile, the winter flu continued to tighten its grip on the nation. In the week to last Wednesday, 34,000 people presented at their local GP’s surgeries exhibiting the symptoms of influenza. Recent figures from the Health Ministry suggest that roughly one in three of those with flu symptoms had contracted the new A(H1N1) viral strain known as swine flu. Meanwhile, visiting bans were imposed at more hospitals across the country as influenza spread. Last Tuesday alone, all hospitals in Szeged and Pécs were closed to visitors in a bid to protect high risk patients. “Many more people would have got the anti-flu vaccine if certain figures in the medical and political communities had not launched a counter-campaign,” Health Minister Tamás Székely told the right-wing daily Magyar Nemzet last week. The opposition has repeatedly blamed the government for failing to ensure widespread inoculation despite Hungary being among the first countries to develop a vaccine to the new virus. Widespread negative reports about the ineffectiveness or potential risks attached to the virus have been blamed for the reluctance of many to get themselves vaccinated. The A(H1N1)-related

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 Post subject: Re: Hungary
PostPosted: Tue Dec 01, 2009 1:28 pm 
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a 24-year-old man died Tuesday of a new flu complications - the national chief medical officer Ferenc Falus said.






The overweight young man was treated in hospital in Zalaegerszeg, was breathing a week ago. The chief medical officer that the deceased man was not in any chronic disease.

Tuesday morning, a six-month pregnant mother died, her in the capital of the Semmelweis University Clinic treated. The other, well-groomed Ibid pregnant woman remains a serious condition, életeszélyves.

The H1N1 virus complications in Gyor and Szeged also treated a pregnant women - both serious condition. The new flu has killed 15 so far in Hungary.

"It's that type of aggressive, so a very rapid disease course, very rarely seen" - said John Gal, the Semmelweis University of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy Clinic Director. The 21-year connection with the death of young mother said: "We are very, very rapid disease course, was very rapidly damaged lung tissue, and the most difficult, even though we were able to save the maximum benefit to the mother and the unborn child."



http://www.hirtv.hu/belfold/?article_hid=298979


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 Post subject: Re: Hungary
PostPosted: Mon Dec 07, 2009 12:34 pm 
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New flu - Pregnant woman's death raises Hungary toll to 20


Budapest, December 7 (MTI) - A pregnant woman carrying the H1N1 virus has died at a hospital of Szeged University (S), Zsolt Molnar, head of the clinic told MTI on Monday.

All together 20 people in Hungary have died from complications related to the new flu virus so far.

The 40-year-old woman had been hospitalised with pneumonia and other complications over four weeks ago.

Molnar said that three other H1N1 patients were in intensive care at two clinics of the university, but added that their condition was stable.

Hungarian health authorities declared a flu epidemic on November 18, when the weekly number of patients reached 22,000.


http://english.mti.hu/default.asp?menu= ... sid=266301


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 Post subject: Re: Hungary
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H1N1 epidemic slowing down in Hungary
http://www.caboodle.hu/nc/news/news_arc ... e6458f160d

The number of H1N1 cases rose relatively slowly last week, with 42,900 people consulting doctors, 6% more than two weeks earlier, Health Minister Tamás Székely told Parliament's health committee yesterday.

There have been 25 deaths that can be related to the H1N1 virus. An estimated 22% of the population have been inoculated against the virus, Székely said.



An 80-year-old man who was being treated for other diseases apparently died of the H1N1 virus in Szeged on Sunday. His was the 25th fatality linked to the virus.


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 Post subject: Re: Hungary
PostPosted: Wed Dec 16, 2009 8:45 pm 
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37 A/H1N1 flu fatalities recorded in Hungary

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009- ... 658872.htm

BUDAPEST, Dec. 16 (Xinhua) -- To date 37 people in Hungary have died of the A/H1N1 flu and 46,000 people had sought medical treatment with flu symptoms this week, chief medical officer Ferenc Falus said here Wednesday.

Falus said that the number of flu patients had gone up by 6.7 percent since last week, and now appears to be leveling out, though it is still rising.

He said that 80 percent of the people seeking medical attention have been under the age of 35. Some 630 people have been hospitalized in the past week, up by 10 percent from a week ago.

Falus predicted that the winter school break, due to start next week, would slow down the spread of the virus and suggested that all children and pregnant women who have not yet been inoculated get a flu shot before Christmas.


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 Post subject: Re: Hungary
PostPosted: Wed Dec 30, 2009 12:16 am 
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http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009- ... 728266.htm?
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A/H1N1 death toll rises to 49 in Hungary
www.chinaview.cn
2009-12-30
BUDAPEST, Dec. 29 (Xinhua) -- Hungary reported Tuesday three more deaths from influenza A/H1N1, bringing to 49 the death toll caused by the epidemic in the country, according to local media.

Two men aged 93 years and 30 years respectively died from A/H1N1 flu in Vas county. The third victim was an infant in the southern city of Szeged.

In late May, Hungary reported the first confirmed A/H1N1 case. A 41-year-old man became the first victim of the flu in the country in July.


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 Post subject: Re: Hungary
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http://www.caboodle.hu/index.php?id=12& ... &tx_ttnews[backPid]=11&tx_ttnews[tt_news]=7339

H1N1 claims three more lives in Hungary

Over the Christmas holidays two women and a man died from the H1N1 flu virus at Szeged clinics, it was announced on Monday. All three had also been suffering from other serious illnesses, Szeged University explained.

A woman with a chronic kidney condition died on December 31; a man died at the Cardiology Centre Heart Surgery Department the following day; and another woman died at the unit on January 3.

On Monday afternoon 12 men, 9 women and 6 children were being treated for H1N1 at Szeged clinics.


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 Post subject: Re: Hungary
PostPosted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 9:39 pm 
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H1N1: a doctor killed in Nagykanizsa [and an interrnational chess master and 3 others, from one hospital.]

The doctor who died on Saturday with a few weeks, four patients died in the Kanizsa Dorothy Hospital intensive care unit, which has not been completed in all cases under investigation are likely to them the complications caused by infection with H1N1 virus. The last patient, an international chess master Bagonyai Attila died in hospital on Friday morning.

The 45-year-edge chess team Aquaprofit utánpótlásedzőjének connection with the death of the Zala Homepage Saturday megszólaltatta mother of the deceased, who claimed that the son of the Nagykanizsa hospital emergency department did not see it properly. Two days apart twice delivered a mentor, it sent home 40-degree temperature, the third time already spitting blood when the medical was.


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 Post subject: Re: Hungary
PostPosted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 12:42 pm 
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The 25 year-old man 7 days were flu-like symptoms. The day after Christmas was very bad, then went into the hospital emergency department in Békéscsaba. The doctors in the state immediately because of the intensive care unit invested. Continuous breathing was because the state of crisis was over. - He died Sunday afternoon -- The young man did not have any chronic illness. Szervezetében kimutatták a H1N1 - H1N1 detected in the body -- et. et. The death of the man újinfluenza complication of pneumonia caused by bleeding. He is the first victim of the new virus in Békéscsaba.


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