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  • Egypt - Woman hospitalized suspected H5N1 bird flu case - tests pending - Port Said - died - FAO confirmed

    Lady detention on suspicion of being infected with bird flu in Port Said
    Friday, March 27, 2015 - 19:29

    Port Said Mohamed Farag Informed sources, confirmed for the "seventh day" that hospital admitted Port, has transferred housewife called "Hdy.m.m" to Port Said General Hospital, on suspicion of being infected with bird flu. The source added that the situation came to a coma after a high temperature, difficulty breathing was entering critical care, given the difficulty of her condition. The source pointed out that he was taking a blood sample and throat, and sent to the central laboratory in the Ministry of Health in Cairo.


    http://www.youm7.com/story/2015/3/27...2#.VRWYDo7F9oA


  • #2
    march 28, 2015

    Transfer suspected case of «bird flu» intensive care in Port Said


    Said Director of Health Affairs in Port Said, Dr. Gamal Abdel Nasser, on Friday, that citizenship suspected of being infected with the "bird flu", and turn them in intensive care, for exposure to pneumonia, and suspicion of stroke in the lung artery.

    Abdel Nasser pointed out that the suspicion came when one of her relatives told that it educates the birds in her home, and was immediately dealt give serum "Tamiflu."

    He continued: "The withdrawal of blood samples and throat, and sent to the central laboratory in Cairo, and is expected to reach the result on Saturday."


    Nasser said he was notified of Veterinary Medicine Directorate in the province, which Tugedt to preview the home of citizenship, and found not to carry the bird screening for the disease.




    أوضح مدير الشئون الصحية ببورسعيد، الدكتور جمال عبد الناصر، اليوم الجمعة، أن المواطنة المشتبه في إصابتها بـ
    “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
    Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

    ~~~~ Twitter:@GertvanderHoek ~~~ GertvanderHoek@gmail.com ~~~

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    • #3
      Death of a Woman Suspected of Bird Flu in Port Said
      3/28/15
      Translation
      http://rassd.com/15-135759.htm

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      • #4
        Ms. suspected infected uttered bird flu in Port Said, last breath, on Saturday, after she was detained fever hospital and sampling for analysis by a factor of Cairo, and deteriorated health, was transferred to the intensive care hospital Port year. and received a health emergency department signal from Port Said General Hospital According to the death, "Huda Mohammed on" 45 years old, suspected to be infected with avian flu, where she was suffering pneumonia due to the presence of a clot pulmonary artery, which enjoined booked in intensive care and put on a breathing continuously device. For his part, Dr. Mohammed al-Hinnawi, Director General of the Directorate of Tayeb veterinarian in Port Said, in a statement: The samples were withdrawn and analyzed from poultry in the results of the home situation of the deceased, which was suspected of being infected with bird flu, were negative, and free of the virus. "The Henawi" it is possible that the case may be hit by the virus if confirmed analyzes of samples taken, including reluctance to other places with infected birds direct dealings with them.

        http://babal.net/news/view/45101/%D9...B9%D9%8A%D8%AF

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        • #5
          [Confirmed]

          3/29/15
          Sources Department of Health in Port Said Governorate, on Sunday, the death of the first lady to maintain after being infected with bird flu.
          The sources said the dead woman, called "adrift. M. M" 52 years, pointing out that the central laboratory reports of the Ministry of Health in Cairo, confirmed the positive sample was withdrawn from the blood and throat.


          http://www.fj-p.com/Our_news_Details.aspx?News_ID=66796

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          • #6
            http://empres-i.fao.org/empres-i/2/o...k=201653&rss=t




            Confirmed Influenza - Avian in Port Said, for human



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