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  • Egypt - MoH announcement of H5N1 2014 Case Count - missing a few cases? - December 22, 2014

    Health: Results of the analyzes of the central laboratory confirms positive N5H1 virus-injury case
    - The Ministry of Health and Population in the injury of a new confirmed case of avian influenza virus-N5H1's citizen at the age of 42 years old from Sohag governorate of Sohag management, where symptoms began on 12.19.2014 has gone to a request Fever Hospital Sohag treatment on 12/20/2014 where he was suffering from a fever - cough where reported being exposed and handling of dead birds on a farm owned was suspected in the case and detained in hospital fevers Sohag on the same day and found that radiation chest intact. - were given the drug Tamiflu anti-influenza virus emerged as a result of a positive sample of the bird flu virus H5N1 central labs on 12.22.2014 and general condition is good and stable for the patient. - bringing the total number of cases of bird flu in 2014 so far, 21 cases (8 cases of healing 0.4 cases under treatment, and 9 deaths). - Taking appreciates the Ministry of Health The residents do citizen mentioned communicated for bird deaths in the ranch and heading to the request of the health service early, helping to stabilize his condition and give him the necessary treatment, the Ministry of Health calls on honorable citizens who deal with poultry reporting cases of mortality to the Veterinary Medicine departments and go immediately to the nearest hospital to receive health service If you receive flu symptoms on them, since the receipt of the injured bird flu drug Tamiflu within the first 24 hours of the onset of symptoms increases the cure rates of the disease and reduces the rates of death, and advises the Ministry of Health of citizens who deal with poultry cautious and prudent when dealing with birds, especially which shows the symptoms and the need to take preventive measures to prevent infection to occur, such as the need to cover your mouth and nose when dealing with poultry, wash your hands with soap and water after handling birds and not to take children to places of birds breeding or slaughter, as well as the need to separate the birds from the living quarters. Source: Media Center


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    http://www.mohp.gov.eg/News_webpart/...s3.aspx?ID=611


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    Our Egypt H5N1 case list which includes reliable hospital, provincial, ministry statements:

    1) #14 Egypt - Female, 56, hospitalized in critical condition - Beheira

    2) #15 Egypt - Child, 4, mild condition - Damietta

    3) #16 Egypt - Female, 86, hospitalized in serious condition - Beheira

    4) #19 Egypt - Male, 34, hospitalized on ventilator Death - Minya

    5) #20 Egypt - Female, 3 months, hospitalized with fever, sore throat, cough - improving - Giza

    6) #21 Egypt - Female, 19, in critical condition Death - Assiut

    7) #22 Egypt - Child, 3, in good condition - Minya

    8) #23 Egypt - Female, 30, hospitalized in stable condition Death - Minya

    9) #24 Egypt - Female, 2, recovered Minya

    10) #25 Egypt - Male, 40, Death Minya

    11) #26 Egypt - Female, 29, Death Minya

    12) #27 Egypt - Female, 25, Death Beni Suef

    13) #28 Egypt - Female 25, hospitalized November 28 - Minya

    14) #29 Egypt - Male, 26, Death - Minya

    15) #30 Egypt - Female, 33, hospitalized November 28 - Sohag

    16) #31 Egypt - Female, 2, hospitalized December 4 - Sohag

    17) #32 Egypt - Female, 40, hospitalized in stable condition, test positive December 10 - Beheira

    18) #33 Egypt - Female, 33, teacher, died December 11 Death - Sohag

    19) #34 Egypt - Child, 16 months, symptoms and hospitalized on December 7, good condition - Sohag

    20) #35 Egypt - Child, 3, symptoms on December 8, test positive on December 13, hospitalized in stable condition - Sohag

    21) #36 Egypt - Child, 12, symptoms December 12, test positive December 14 - Sohag

    22) #37 Egypt - Man, 35, announced test positive December 14 by Luxor hospital, from Qena

    23) #38 Egypt - Woman, 20, announced positive December 17, on respirator - Assiut Death

    24) #39 Egypt - Child, 3, announced positive December 18 - Minya

    25) #40 Egypt - No details, confirmed test positive on December 20 - Sohag

    26) #41 Egypt - Man, 42/43, confirmed test positive December 22 - Sohag
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