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China - Guangdong province announces 1 new H7N9 human case - February 11, 2018

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    Saturday, May 19, 2018

    This year the province's first case of H7N9 patients will be recovered and discharged

    Zhang Xiangyu

    Guangzhou Daily Zhongshan News (all media reporter Zhang Xiangyu Correspondent Lin Ruzhu Tang Liuqing)

    Yesterday morning, in the ward of the Rehabilitation Medicine Department of Zhongshan People?s Hospital, this year the province?s first case of H7N9 bird flu patient Aunt Liu received a doctor?s examination and she experienced 57 days of experience. After the rescue and 40 days of rehabilitation, she is about to be discharged.

    On February 3 this year, Aunt Liu, who raised chickens in Zhongshan, developed cough. At first thought that it was a common cold, but after seven days of transfer to the two hospitals, Liu Alu gradually developed symptoms of high fever, chills, and difficulty breathing. He was sent to the ICU ward in Zhongshan. The detection of bronchoalveolar lavage fluid by Liu Alu was affected by H7N9. This is also the first case of H7N9 reported in the province this year.

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  • China - Guangdong province announces 1 new H7N9 human case - February 11, 2018

    H7N9 epidemic in our province stable
    Time: 2018-02-11 14:27:19

    According to the statistics of "China Disease Prevention and Control Information System", as of February 10 at 0:00, in 2018, 1 case of H7N9 case was reported in our province (Report of February 10 from Zhongshan City). Surveillance showed no evidence of H7N9 virus changes in human infectivity, virulence and interpersonal transmission.
    Experts suggest that the overall mortality rate of H7N9 patients is about 30-40%, annual winter and spring season for the susceptible season of H7N9 and other avian flu. The public should avoid contact with dead poultry in their daily life and try to avoid direct contact with live poultry. People in rural areas should not buy and keep live poultry without quarantine certificate from floating poultry vendors. Those with history of poultry exposure and fever and respiratory symptoms, Should wear a mask, as soon as possible to the local medical institutions, and take the initiative to inform the doctor poultry exposure history.'