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  • Egypt, Alexandria, H5N1 Case number 88 confirmed.

    Of a young man from Alexandria ..
    88 Declaration of bird flu infection

    Tuesday, November 17th, 2009 - 22:30


    Dr. Abdel Rahman Shahin, official spokesman of the Ministry of Health
    Abdul Salam wrote Princess


    Dr. Abdel Rahman Shahin, official spokesman of the Ministry of Health of the discovery of human cases of bird flu No. 88 in Sidi Bishr in Alexandria.

    Dr. Shaheen - said in a statement - that the injury of a young man aged 21
    Years after the onset of symptoms on 11 November this year, and entered the hospital issued the globe on November 15, which is suffering from high fever, cough, headache, shortness of breath and vomiting
    Following the slaughter of birds suspected of being infected with bird flu.

    The Shaheen had been given the proper treatment of the drug "Tamiflu" as soon as
    Suspected of being infected in a stable condition and in good health.

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    Re: Egypt, Alexandria, H5N1 Case number 88 confirmed.

    88th H5N1 human case in Egypt
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    Date of report:
    Governorate:
    District:
    Event summary: x, x years old, began experiencing x on x. She was admitted to x on xt. Infection with avian influenza was confirmed x. Her mother reported that the child was in close contact with dead and sick poultry. The child was reported in x condition. She was referred to x Hospital in x. The MOH reported this was the xth case of highly pathogenic avian influenza in Egypt.
    Source of report: Amr Kandeel, Undersecretary for preventative affairs, MOH
    Samir Refaie, Head of Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit, MOH
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    • Date of report: 17 November 2009
    • Governorate: Alexandria
    • District: Sedy Baher
    • Event summary: Man, 21 years old, university student. The patient began to experience fever, cough and difficulty breathing November 11. He was admitted to Maamoura Chest Hospital on November 15 and received Tamiflu. He reported having slaughtered and other close contact with sick poultry. He was reported in stable condition November 17. The MOH reported this was the 88th case of highly pathogenic avian influenza in Egypt.
    • Source of report: Dr. Amr Kandeel, Undersecretary for Preventative Affairs, MOH
      Dr. Samir Refaie, Head of Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit, MOH

    http://www.saidr.org/en/humans.php#171109
    http://novel-infectious-diseases.blogspot.com/

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