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  • China - Media report: Man, 61, hospitalized for H7N9 - Yantai, Shandong province - dead

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    Yantai first case of H7N9 flu cases
    At 07:13 on May 23, 2014

    Source: jellyfish nets

    Original title: the city's first case of H7N9 flu cases

    Jellyfish Network May 22 hearing (YMG reporter) on May 21, the city found one case of H7N9 influenza cases. Xinmou patient, male, 61 years old, retired workers, now living in Yantai Development Zone. The patient developed fever on May 6, hold breath and other symptoms, self-medication, patient symptoms improved; After May 11 hospitalized exacerbation of symptoms. May 21, after the Group of Experts for the H7N9 influenza diagnostic provinces confirmed cases.

    After the outbreak, the Municipal Health Bureau immediately launched the emergency plan, the prevention and control measures is well under way.

    Experts remind the general public: to develop good personal hygiene, washing hands, pay attention to the ventilation window; try not to contact with poultry, with special attention not to touch dead birds, engaged in poultry farming, processing, transportation of personnel to do occupational protection; if fever, cough and other respiratory symptoms, as soon as possible to regular medical institutions for treatment

    http://sd.ifeng.com/zbc/detail_2014_...316737_0.shtml

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    Re: China - Media report: Man, 61, hospitalized for H7N9 - Yantai, Shandong province

    Also please see:

    China - "Very significant" growth in pediatric pneumonia/respiratory outpatients in hospital 107 - Yantai, Shandong province - May 18

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    • #3
      Re: China - Media report: Man, 61, hospitalized for H7N9 - Yantai, Shandong province

      Source: http://tieba.baidu.com/p/3060677957

      The city's first case of H7N9 flu cases
      2014-05-22 11:38:26 Source: Jiaodong online

      Jiaodong online news May 21, the city found one case of H7N9 influenza cases. Xinmou patient, male, 61 years old, retired workers, now living in Yantai Development Zone. The patient developed fever on May 6, hold breath and other symptoms, self-medication, patient symptoms improved; After May 11 hospitalized exacerbation of symptoms. May 21, after the Group of Experts for the H7N9 influenza diagnostic provinces confirmed cases.

      After the outbreak, the Municipal Health Bureau immediately launched the emergency plan, the prevention and control measures is well under way.
      Experts remind the general public: to develop good personal hygiene, washing hands, pay attention to the ventilation window; try not to contact with poultry, with special attention not to touch dead birds, engaged in poultry farming, processing, transportation of personnel to do occupational protection; if fever, cough and other respiratory symptoms, as soon as possible to regular medical institutions for treatment.
      http://www.jiaodong.net/news/system/...12290222.shtml

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      • #4
        Re: China - Media report: Man, 61, hospitalized for H7N9 - Yantai, Shandong province

        From the Shandong Xinhua News Channel via the Rugao News Network:


        http://translate.google.com/translat...%26tbs%3Dqdr:h

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        • #5
          Re: China - Media report: Man, 61, hospitalized for H7N9 - Yantai, Shandong province - dead

          Now reported as a death here.

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          • #6
            Re: China - Media report: Man, 61, hospitalized for H7N9 - Yantai, Shandong province - dead

            from WHO report:

            A 61-year-old man from Yantai City, Shandong Province who became ill on 6 May, was admitted to a hospital on 10 May and subsequently died. The patient had exposure to live poultry. He is the father of the 33-year-old man described below.


            http://www.who.int/csr/don/2014_06_10_h7n9/en/

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