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The test was performed to the patient and sent to the State Laboratory for analysis, and thus ruled that it was human influenza
. GUADALAJARA, JALISCO (07/ABR/2011) .- The Civil Hospital of Guadalajara released the results of the sample taken from a patient hospitalized with suspicious symptoms to virus A H1N1 .
This is a man resident of Zacatecas, who came to the hospital last week because of the severity of respiratory infection, reports the director general of the Civil Hospital of Guadalajara, Jaime Agustin Gonzalez Alvarez.
The test was performed and the patient was negative, and it was all in a common pneumonia and human influenza was ruled out as the cause of gravity. The patient was in critical condition and ventilation.
According to the doctor, since the pandemic of the H1N1 virus that was experienced in 2009, remain necessary health care in civilian hospitals, such as masks for health workers, isolation of patients with suspected disease and the beginning of anti influenza early.
Health personnel are vaccinated against the disease.
A couple of weeks [ago], "Fray Antonio Alcalde" was the scene of a death from H1N1 in a person from the State of Michoacan, but originally from Chiapas, so this is a case of "imported." Jalisco no confirmed cases of human influenza to date.