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  • Egypt, Dakahlia man, 26, becomes third H5N1 bird flu victim of '13 (Al-Masry Al-Youm, April 16 2013)

    [Source: Egypt Independent, full text: (LINK).]
    Daqahlia man becomes third bird flu victim

    On Tue, 16/04/2013 - 19:50

    Al-Masry Al-Youm


    The Ministry of Health and Population announced a third person has been killed by bird flu this year.

    According to a brief statement released Tuesday, the victim was a 26-year-old man from Daqahlia.

    Amr Kandil, head of the Preventive Medicine Department, said the man died while being treated in hospital.


    Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm
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    Re: Egypt, Daqahlia man becomes third H5N1 bird flu victim of '13 (Al-Masry Al-Youm, April 16 2013)

    Machine translation:

    "The death of the first bird flu patient .. "Veterinary Medicine" conduct a comprehensive survey of the city status

    April 16, 2013

    The Directorate of Health Dakahlia the death of the first case of bird flu this year, after the central laboratory confirmed illness, but pronounced dead yesterday.

    A medical source confirmed that a patient named official Khalid e. (29 years old), and he worked grain trader, and contracted the disease some time ago, and as a result of a lack of confidence in government hospitals hesitation on private hospitals, most recently Hospital "compound faith" in Mansoura, and discovered injury hospital doctor released. He added: "We were able to take the scanner of the throat and samples from the patient, but the family had refused sampling, and assured them that Faisal is the results of coefficient three parties that we deal with in such analyzes; They Central Laboratory of the Ministry of Health and the Research Institute of America (Alnmarw 3), In addition to the analysis of the third in Finland, all of whom confirmed the illness. " He pointed out that the patient was given the drug "Altamvelo", but that his condition was late because it is not treated immediately after his illness.

    And implemented Directorate of Veterinary Medicine survey full of the area actually where home patient, and show that he owned tower bathroom, but did not prove injury bathroom bird flu, and is likely to be injured by the bird droppings in the nearby area, which made the veterinarians are sweeping city status ."


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      Re: Egypt, Dakahlia man, 26, becomes third H5N1 bird flu victim of '13 (Al-Masry Al-Youm, April 16 2013)

      Source: http://allafrica.com/stories/201304171333.html

      Egypt: Nation Reports Two Bird Flu Deaths This Year
      17 April 2013

      The Egyptian Ministry of Health announced on Wednesday that two human deaths occurred in 2013, reported the Middle East News Agency.

      The second death was of a 26-year-old man from a governorate located in northeast of Cairo. The victim died at a hospital in Dakhaliya...

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        Re: Egypt, Dakahlia man, 26, becomes third H5N1 bird flu victim of '13 (Al-Masry Al-Youm, April 16 2013)

        FAO-APHCA
        ECTAD-HPAI Situation, issue,HPAI Situation Update 18/04/2013 -Issue no. 575
        Clip:
        Egypt
        OFFICIAL
        16/04/13 Confirmed H5N1 infection in a human, Dakalia (FAO Field Officer)
        According to the Ministry of Health and Population, a new case of H5N1 infection was reported in a 26-year old male from Elmanzala District, Dakalia Governorate; the man developed symptoms on 30 March 2013 and was admitted to a hospital on 5 April where he was in critical condition. He was then transferred to another hospital on 7 April 2013 and died on 8 April 2013. Confirmation with H5N1 infection was done by RT-PCR at Central Public Health Laboratories (NIC) and at WHO reference laboratory (NAMRU-3) on 15 April 2013. Investigations into the source of infection revealed that the case had close contact with healthy poultry (pigeons) a few days before the symptoms. Colleagues from the Veterinary services collected samples from the pigeons and the house environment, as well as from neighborhood poultry raising sites (backyards and farms).

        http://www.aphca.org/dmdocuments/HPAI_update_130418.pdf

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          Re: Egypt, Dakahlia man, 26, becomes third H5N1 bird flu victim of '13 (Al-Masry Al-Youm, April 16 2013)

          Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A(H5N1), Egypt, Human

          GENERAL INFO
          Disease Event ID: 175437
          Reporting date: 17/04/2013
          Observation date: 30/03/2013
          LOCATION
          Region: Africa
          Admin 1 (Country): Al Daqahliyah (dakahlia) (Egypt)
          Locality: Al Daqahliyah (dakahlia)
          Lat/Long: 31.0843517914/31.5521803045
          Quality of Coordinates: Centroid Admin1

          DISEASE
          Status: Confirmed
          DISEASE: Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza
          Serotype: H5N1
          Source: FAO Field Officer

          http://empres-i.fao.org/empres-i/2/o...k=175437&rss=t

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