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  • Egypt-Man, 30, hospitalized suspected bird flu H5N1 - 2 other family members similar symptoms, 1 dead - Fayoum

    Man detained on suspicion of having bird flu

    Sunday, 01/15/2012 - 15:56
    Fayoum General Hospital held a young man on suspicion of having bird flu, where he showed symptoms of the chest and enter the hospital, which referred to the General Hospital to the lack of necessary equipment Chest Hospital, and was his sister had died last week with the same symptoms.

    I had to. H, 30, suffered a very high temperature and flu-like symptoms and was taken to hospital in the chest, did not get him on the samples and swabs required before it is referred to the General Hospital.

    Assesses the patient's home district, next to the ashes of the hospital, and his sister were younger, and at the age of 22 years had died a week ago affected infected with the same symptoms, and remains one of his relatives suffer from the same symptoms at home. http://www.el-balad.com/52728/ahtgaz-shab-llashtbah-fy.aspx



    ...Fayoum General Hospital held a young man on suspicion of having bird flu after showing symptoms of the disease, samples were taken for him to be sent to labs central Ministry of Health for analysis.

    The reception hospital Fayoum General received yesterday evening (which would be January 14, 2012 - s.) the young man "on. H" (30 years) of the District of Dar ash city of Fayoum, which is suffering from high temperature and show symptoms of bird flu, and suspected of doctors in the illness, especially as it told them that his sister died last week after the appearance of the same symptoms, was detained in hospital and took him to the necessary samples and sent to labs central Ministry of Health for analysis, and confirmed as suffering from the disease or not.
    http://www3.youm7.com/News.asp?NewsID=578503&SecID=296&IssueID=0
    Last edited by sharon sanders; January 19, 2012, 12:32 PM. Reason: added underlining to hospitalization date and also comment next to that
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    Re: Egypt-Man, 30, hospitalized suspected bird flu H5N1 - 2 other family members similar symptoms, 1 dead - Fayoum

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    Conditions * ‬ strange appeared in the Fayoum and led to the death of a housewife and transmitted to * ‬ her brother and one of her relatives and showed early signs of bird flu, and being treatment at the General Hospital and was quoted last week a woman named Dalia * &#187;25 ‬ years * &#171;‬ Fayoum hospital to hospital, transferred from the chest to her severe bout of popularity, but it died in the hospital * ..
    week later showed the same symptoms to her brother Ali * &#187;30 ‬ years *&#171; ‬ a neighborhood of Dar ash city of Fayoum and the Chest Hospital also convert it to a hospital Fayoum also complain of the same symptoms are close to being treated in his home * ..
    ‬ parents demanded swift action from the veterinary services of the different analysis to determine the cause of death *. ​​‬ http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=en&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=ar& tl=en&u=http://www.akhbarelyom.org.eg/issuse/detailze.asp%3Ffield%3Dnews%26id%3D61805&usg=ALkJr hjTeVw32eWz1Md_vXLqlbyLrtRHuw


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    Last edited by Treyfish; January 16, 2012, 05:23 AM. Reason: ages were reversed in translation
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      Re: Egypt-Man, 30, hospitalized suspected bird flu H5N1 - 2 other family members similar symptoms, 1 dead - Fayoum

      More confusion Three suspected H5N1 cases in Dar ash city of Fayoum

      Case 2. H {Ali} (30M) - admitted to Fayoum General Hospital Jan 15 (?)

      Case 1. The Individual who died last week {week of Jan 9 (?)} is reported both as a younger sister (22F) and an older sister {Dalia (52F)}

      Case 3. Another relative exhibiting symptoms at home

      Probable location -

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        Egypt-Man, 30, hospitalized suspected bird flu H5N1 - 2 other family members similar symptoms, 1 dead - Fayoum

        [Source: OIE, full page: (LINK). Edited.]
        Avian influenza - situation in Egypt - update



        19 January 2012 - The Ministry of Health and Population of Egypt has notified WHO of two cases of human infection with avian influenza A (H5N1) virus.‪

        The first case is a 2 year-old female from Cairo Governorate. She visited Helwan Fever Hospital as an outpatient on 30 October 2011 with symptoms of influenza-like-illness (ILI).

        The case was confirmed by RT-PCR at the Central Public Health Laboratory through periodic testing of samples collected from ILI outpatients from sentinel ILI surveillance sites. The epidemiological team investigated the case after confirmation of the laboratory test.

        Retrospective investigation through data collected from her family identified a positive history of exposure to backyard poultry.

        Samples from the case have been sent to the US Naval Medical Research Unit No. 3 (NAMRU-3) for further sequencing.

        The second case is a 31 year-old male from Fayium governorate.

        He developed symptoms on 1 January 2012, received oseltamivir on 14 January 2012 and is still hospitalised under the critical care unit.

        The case was confirmed by the Central Public Health Laboratory, a National Influenza Center of the WHO Global Influenza Surveillance Network.

        Epidemiological investigations into both the cases indicated that they had exposure to backyard poultry.
        Of the 159 cases confirmed to date in Egypt, 55 have been fatal.
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