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  • Egypt - Woman, 25, hospitalized on April 25, died from bird flu H5N1 - Sohag governorate

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    Health Sohag: infected with bird flu died before the arrival of the central laboratory report
    Monday, May 6, 2013 - 00:25

    Mohammed Mustafa Hamid, Minister of Health
    Sohag - Mahmoud acceptable

    Dr. Mohamed Abdel Aal, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health in Sohag, that the woman who died, after being infected with avian influenza, and the receipt of the report of the central laboratory positive case, that the situation called Nasra Mohammed on the 25-year-old housewife and evaluate the circle center Juhaynah, and that the situation has entered a private hospital, suffer from shortness of breath and high temperature and was nominated and symptoms of a cold and that on April 29 last year.

    Following suspicion of the hospital in case, notified the Department of Health, which in turn sends a team of Preventive Medicine, and was giving drug Altmflo, has also been taking a sample and swab them, and sent to the central laboratories , Ms. died before receiving the reports of the central laboratory hours, which tested positive. , and on the other hand, has been the formation of a team of Preventive Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, was sent to the home of Mrs. infected, was the work of an inventory of Mkhaltin the lady of the family, and the work of an inventory of domestic poultry and types of samples were taken from for analysis. noteworthy that the Ministry of Health said in the words of Dr. Amr Qandil, head of the affairs of preventive ministry, that the lady was suffering from acute respiratory symptoms, and booked at the hospital, was placed on a respirator and given Tamiflu, also took the ministry swab from the throat and analyzed by central labs came sample positive for bird flu.

    http://www1.youm7.com/News.asp?NewsID=1051108&SecID=65

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    Re: Egypt - Woman, 25, hospitalized on April 25, died from bird flu H5N1 - Sohag governorate

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    The death of a woman in Sohag "bird flu" .. Health: 3 deaths so far this year


    Sunday 05/05/2013 - 10:15 pm


    Authenticity Mohammed

    The Ministry of Health and Population for the death of an old lady 25 years old from the province of Sohag result of being infected with bird flu bringing the number of cases of death as a result of infection with the disease to 3 cases this year. said Dr. Amr Qandil, head of affairs sector preventive ministry that the deceased was suffering from respiratory symptoms sharp and booked at the hospital and placed on a respirator, and given Tamiflu, the ministry has also taken from the throat swab and analyzed by central labs came sample positive for infection with bird flu .

    http://www.el-balad.com/480346

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      Re: Egypt - Woman, 25, hospitalized on April 25, died from bird flu H5N1 - Sohag governorate

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      Health" denies bird flu virus mutation
      Monday 06 / May / 2013 - 04:00 pmbu

      Dr. Omar Kandil, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health for Preventive Medicine
      roar Abdul Rahman

      Denied Dr. Omar Kandil and Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health for Preventive Medicine mutated virus of avian influenza , explaining that the rates of infection with the virus safe did not enter danger. came Commenting on the death of the third case, disease bird flu province of Sohag , pointing out that the symptoms of the disease are in cough, sore throat and hotter and pain in some muscles and conjunctivitis. added that in case of deterioration of the situation infected individual problems, severe breathing and the incidence of pneumonia may eventually lead to death, pointing out that the unity of the infection depends on the size of the injury the immune system of humans, where there are no standards for the measurement of bird flu .

      http://www.vetogate.com/314604#.UYqtJrXvsic

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        Re: Egypt - Woman, 25, hospitalized on April 25, died from bird flu H5N1 - Sohag governorate

        ECTAD-HPAI Situation Update 09/05/2013 - Issue no. 578 06/05/13 Confirmed H5N1 infection in a human, Sohag (FAO Field Officer)

        According to the Ministry of Health and Population, a 25-year old woman from Gohina District, Sohag Governorate tested positive for H5N1 by RT-PCR at the Central Public Health Laboratories (NIC); she developed symptoms on 25 April 2013 and died on 5 May 2013. The sample will be also sent to the WHO reference laboratory (NAMRU-3). Investigations revealed that the case had close contact with backyard poultry (ducks, turkeys and chickens), most of the poultry died a few days before the woman developed the symptoms. Local veterinary services conducted an investigation together with the local health team.
        http://www.aphca.org/Avian%20Infuenz...ate_130509.pdf

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          Re: Egypt - Woman, 25, hospitalized on April 25, died from bird flu H5N1 - Sohag governorate

          FAO-EMPRES-05/05/2013: Egypt - Influenza - Avian
          Confirmed Highly pathogenic avian influenza in Suhaj, for human

          GENERAL INFO
          Disease Event ID: 175715
          Reporting date: 05/05/2013
          Observation date: 25/04/2013

          LOCATION
          Region: Africa
          Admin 1 (Country): Suhaj (Egypt)
          Locality: Gohina District
          Lat/Long: 26.5032814507/31.8115252936
          Quality of Coordinates: Centroid Admin1

          DISEASE
          Status: Confirmed
          DISEASE: Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza
          Serotype: H5N1
          Source: National authorities

          LABORATORIES
          Disease Tested Highly pathogenic avian influenza
          Species
          Test RT-PCR (reverse transcription - PCR)
          Result Positive
          Result Date 05/05/2013
          Reference Laboratory...

          http://empres-i.fao.org/empres-i/2/o...k=175715&rss=t

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