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  • China- Death of H7N9 patient reported in Hunan Province- May 15, 2013

    Source: http://news.cnwest.com/content/2013-...nt_9230797.htm

    Hunan Province, the first case of human infection with the H7N9 avian influenza patients died
    2013-05-15 10:41:00

    Province on April 27 and May 1, reported a total of two cases of human infection with the H7N9 avian influenza has been no new case reports, the epidemic is leveling off. Reporter learned today from the First People's Hospital of Shaoyang City, the province first case of human infection with H7N9 avian influenza by the hospital more than 20 days to rescue therapy, died this morning. It is understood that the other patients in the Central Hospital of Shaoyang active treatment, experts estimate that the cases rehabilitation possible.

    It is reported that the province first case of human infection of H7N9 avian influenza is a 64-year-old female Shaoyang City tube on April 14 was no obvious incentive fatigue, fever, body temperature 38 C to 39 C, April 18, received treatment in Shaoyang City dual-zone private clinics. Treatment in the First People's Hospital of Shaoyang City on April 19, followed by the right lung pneumonia and hemoptysis admitted to the First People's Hospital of Shaoyang City. April 24, the First People's Hospital of Shaoyang City, organizational consultation, diagnosis of viral pneumonia, highly suspected human bird flu ", to the the Shaoyang Municipal Health Bureau Tel report. April 27, Chinese Center for Disease Control to detect confirmed human infection of H7N9 avian influenza virus nucleic acid positive. According to reports, the case due to the acute onset of severe pneumonia as bacteria and viruses mixed infection, high blood pressure, kidney function and severe damage, leading to multiple organ failure.

    It is understood that Zhao condition of Shaoyang City Wugang 69-year-old male patient better not use the ventilator into ordinary nasal cannula oxygen, chest imaging Tip lesions improved absorption, renal review still damage, Shaoyang Central Hospital is still under active treatment, experts estimated that the cases of rehabilitation possible.


    Provincial Center for Disease epidemiology Branch Dr. Liu Fuqiang said that since early May, the number of China's new human infection with the H7N9 avian influenza cases declining trend, the province on April 27 and May 1 report 2 cases, this point and No new cases of the epidemic leveling off. Liu Fuqiang this regard thanks to the multi-sectoral joint prevention and control mechanism to turn off the live bird markets, and effective prevention and control measures; addition, the temperature rose to help to curb the spread of the avian influenza virus, avian influenza virus is generally sensitive to heat, as temperatures gradually increased, the virus will gradually lose its living environment.

    The experts also said that this does not mean that the epidemic has disappeared, avian influenza virus survival in the high-temperature time, only to decline in the probability of infection. H7N9 virus is still manageable, the public should develop good habits, do their own diet, living habits and other aspects of prevention and control. (Paragraph Han Min)

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    Re: China- Death of H7N9 patient reported in Hunan Province- May 15, 2013

    Hunan, the first case of human infection with the H7N9 avian influenza deaths

    Author: Information Office Source: Hunan Provincial Health Department website Hits: 17 Update Time :2013-5-15

    Provincial Health Department official website at 9:00 on May 15 authoritative Posted: 7 May-14 May 18, 2013, the province no new human infection with the H7N9 avian influenza confirmed cases; first case of human infection of H7N9 avian influenza cases were more than 20 days to treat the death, the end result of multiple organ failure at 8:51 on May 14.

    Up to now, the province reported a total of four cases of human infection with the H7N9 avian influenza confirmed cases, including 2 cases of imported cases of the other provinces, the two cases for the province cases. Provinces of imported cases, and 1 case (case) back to health, and 1 case (Jiangxi cases) death. Province of confirmed cases in the first case, the tube of a tragic death due to multiple organ failure, and other cases of Zhao is still full treatment. The province of human infection of H7N9 avian influenza prevention and control measures and emergency preparedness are continuing an orderly manner. Information Office of the Hunan Provincial Health Department

    http://www.hncdc.com/Article/ShowArt...ArticleID=5016
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    H7N9 bird flu kills one in central China - People's Daily Online

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    H7N9 bird flu kills one in central China(Xinhua)14:46, May 15, 2013 CHANGSHA, May 15 (Xinhua) -- The H7N9 bird flu has killed one person in central China's Hunan Province, local health authorities said Wednesday.

    A 64-year-old woman surnamed Guan died Tuesday morning at a hospital in the city of Shaoyang some 20 days after her infection was confirmed, the Hunan Provincial Health and Family Planning Commission said.

    http://english.people.com.cn/90882/8245206.html

    (FT-case# case 121) already updated!

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    FAO-EMPRES

    Confirmed Low pathogenic avian influenza in Hunan Sheng, for human

    GENERAL INFO
    Disease Event ID: 175613
    Reporting date: 27/04/2013
    Observation date: 14/04/2013

    LOCATION
    Region: Asia
    Admin 1 (Country): Hunan Sheng (China)
    Locality: Shaoyang
    Lat/Long: 27.2441667/111.4738889
    Quality of Coordinates: Centroid Locality

    DISEASE
    Status: Confirmed
    DISEASE: Low pathogenic avian influenza
    Serotype: H7N9
    Source: National authorities

    Disease Tested Low pathogenic avian influenza
    Species ...
    Test ...
    Result ...
    Result Date...
    Reference Laboratory ..

    http://empres-i.fao.org/empres-i/2/o...k=175613&rss=t

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