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    Health in Valencia active protocol performance against a possible case of Ebola

    abc @ ABC_CValenciana / VALENCIA

    Day 24/6/2014 - 8:58 p.m.




    Day 24/6/2014 - 8:58 p.m.
    The patient is admitted and "clinically stable" in hospital La Fe

    MIKEL PONCE





    The Ministry of Health has reported that in the early hours of yesterday triggered "preventively" action protocol in suspected Ebola virus in a patient admitted and remains "clinically stable" in the isolation area of the Hospital La Fe Valencia.
    Sources have indicated the Department in a statement that it is a patient whose clinical picture "could correspond to that disease", although they have yet nuanced "is neither confirmed nor ruled out."
    Health is awaiting the results of tests that have been sent to be analyzed and, until then, said, "can not be confirmed or denied the case."
    The Department of Health has called for "prudence and not cause social alarm to a suspicion of a possible disease," the statement said. http://translate.google.com/translat...406242031.html
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    The patient arrived Monday from a flight to the hospital, which was accessed by the loading dock and not the emergency door. The staff we came into contact with him has been forced to wear special suits to avoid infection. It is a highly contagious and deadly virus. It is the first time the hospital activates the procedure.

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    Avatar Journalist J. L. OBRADOR JL OBRADOR 24/06/2014 @ Jlobrador The arrival of a patient suspected of having Ebola virus has forced change for the first time and the protocol preemptively against this disease at the Hospital La Fe de Valencia.
    The activation occurred Monday night, when a man entered from a flight from an African country.
    Health workers, ambulance drivers and orderlies who came into contact with the patient had to wear special suits, because this infectious disease is highly contagious and lethal. Sources confirmed to 20minutes center that the Department of Health activated Monday dawn "preventively action protocol in suspected Ebola virus. This is a patient whose clinical picture could correspond to the disease, although not yet is confirmed or ruled out. " The same sources added that doctors are "waiting for the test results, which have been sent to be analyzed. Till then can not be confirmed or denied the case," they are asking for "prudence".

    Other sources say the patient was entered into the hospital by the loading dock and not the emergency door. Possible infected Tuesday was "clinically stable" in an isolation area with important safety and hygiene awaiting the results of the analyzes carried out by doctors at the hospital measures. The Hospital La Fe is the reference health center of Valencia and one of the most important in Spain. After 40 years in the old facilities in the Valencia neighborhood of Campana, in late 2010 he moved to a new modern complex Malilla, south of the city of Valencia.

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    • #3
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      Active Fe security protocol to deal with a possible case of Ebola

      The symptoms have been detected in a citizen of African origin is isolated in hospital units

      06.24.2014 | 20:48 LIFT-EMV.COM Hospital La Fe de Valencia has activated the security protocol for dealing with a possible case of Ebola virus.
      The symptoms of this virus have been detected in a citizen of African origin remains isolated units in La Fe hospital staff is maintained around security measures to prevent any kind of infection.http://translate.google.com/translat...2F1129408.html
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      • #4
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        Active Faith healing in the prevention protocol for a possible case of Ebola

        The patient is admitted and "clinically stable" in hospital isolation area

        June 24, 2014 20:25

        The Valencian Ministry of Health has reported that in the early hours of yesterday triggered "preventively" action protocol in suspected Ebola virus in a patient admitted and remains "clinically stable" in the isolation area's Hospital Fe de Valencia.

        Sources have indicated the Department in a statement that it is a patient whose clinical picture "could correspond to that disease", although they have yet nuanced "is neither confirmed nor ruled out."

        Health is awaiting the results of tests that have been sent for analysis in laboratories and, until then, said, "can not be confirmed" and dismissed the case.

        The protocol adopted actions including patient isolation and conducting tests to confirm or rule out the disease.

        The Department of Health has called for "prudence and not cause social alarm to a suspicion of a possible disease," the statement said.

        http://www.lasprovincias.es/valencia...624202207.html
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        • #5
          Re: Ebola suspect in Spain

          Health analyzes samples of a patient of Faith to rule a case of Ebola

          • LAURA LAURA GARCÉS GARCÉS | VALENCIA.
          <time> June 25, 2014 00:01 </time>



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          <section itemprop="articleBody" class="offset1 contenido"> The suspected presence of a case of Ebola in the Valencia forced to start the Monday night outside health protocol at La Fe Hospital in Valencia, where he remains admitted to an isolation area. The alert led to tight security, in addition to isolation, and referral to the Instituto Carlos III of patient samples for the presence of virus, as confirmed from Health.
          Late yesterday the Department confirmed that it was waiting for the results that could confirm or rule in Valencia and therefore in Spain, the first case of Ebola disease is not transmitted by air, but by blood flow or saliva. It is a disease of high mortality whose last outbreak was recorded in spring in Guinea Conakry and Liberia, claiming the lives of 111 people.
          <aside class="compApoyosText compNoticiasR"></aside> Late Monday he entered the health center patient-Guinea-origin man who had come to the Manises airport on a flight from Morocco. The traveler had symptoms that could respond to suffering from various diseases, including causing the Ebola virus.
          <aside class="compSumario"> "Until security personnel wearing a mask" when the patient arrived in Fe </aside><aside class="compSumario"> The patient was driven from the airport to an isolation unit </aside> The situation forced the protocol enabled on the airfield itself. Thus, the transfer from Manises was performed with transportation provided for these cases. From the outset, the staff must carry out the transfer, as well as that attended his arrival at the hospital, took all possible measures to prevent infections, such as masks, gloves and clothing designed for situations like this.
          The fate of the patient was Faith, only hospital able to handle cases that may be suspected of this disease. According able to know PROVINCES, when the protocols were written was determined that from any hospital in the Region which had "suspected, the patient should be referred to La Fe, since all schools may not have a drive features to address these cases. "

          The sources pointed out that the patient entered the sanitary facilities for a different way to that usually follows for revenue. You will not be led by the ER entrance in order to provide maximum insulation. As confirmed by the health center for cases of suspected infectious disease like this, other than the patient for transfer to the unit in place hospitalization passage is provided. In this case you will be led to an isolation area, where he remained yesterday 'in stable condition', as I highlighted from La Fe
          The adoption of protective measures for workers involved in the shipment generated concern and anxiety among staff who were citizens at the hospital, knowing that even 'security officers wearing masks. "
          Those getting off the plane alerted symptoms sanitation pointed the possibility that the patient suffered various illnesses. The fact that one of them was launched Ebola battery of the above preventive measures for maximum isolation. But the bottom line was that patient samples were analyzed. Only then can determine the reality they will face health services in the coming days.
          This had to submit samples to Carlos III Institute of Health, an agency of the Ministry of Health based Majadahonda. In this center laboratories had to analyze the samples sent from La Fe to confirm or exclude that the Guinea Manises traveler who reached late Monday suffered Ebola. The samples came from Valencia yesterday morning and throughout the day to the analysis, the result is unknown at press time were subjected.
          All other travelers who shared the plane with Faith yesterday admitted they had not undergone analysis of disease detection, since you first have to determine if the hospital is infected, according to medical sources confirmed.
          The virulence of Ebola took last April, before the confirmation of the last outbreak in Africa, the Ministry of Health to take steps to increase control of the disease. The ports of the three Valencian capital were warned that the boat captains must certify that those on board did not suffer any disease.http://translate.google.com/translat...5000155-v.html

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            Re: Ebola suspect in Spain

            ...While determining whether this really is the first case of Ebola detected in Spanish territory after the beginning of the epidemic has already caused 350 deaths in Africa, the patient, in his 50s, is admitted to an isolation room of the Hospital La Fe de Valencia, where access is prohibited. In fact, the only people who can access the interior of the room are the nurses and doctors after taking a number of precautions to prevent any transmission of the virus. The room has a door opening numeric code, to prevent a stranger can enter by mistake, and next to it is a container of disinfectant and boxes of latex gloves. To access the inside physicians should wash their hands before and after entering, and put on gloves, mask and goggles to prevent any virus out there, since the disease is highly contagious, the sources noted. For the same reason the cutlery used to feed the patient, which is stable, are disposable.
            Within this prevention protocol also entered the patient through the loading dock and not the emergency room as would have been usual. During the transfer to the plant isolates watchers and guards had to use masks to avoid possible infection, although in principle the virus is transmitted only by direct contact with body fluids...http://translate.google.com/translat...m_medium%3Drss
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            • #7
              Re: Ebola suspect in Spain

              Spanish Health Authorities Activate Health Alert Over Possible West African Ebola Case In Valencia
              By Matthew Bennett | on Google+ | June 25th, 2014
              Ebola in Spain News Spanish Healthcare & Medicine

              NEWS: A man from Guinea Conakry is in isolation in the La Fe hostpital in Valencia, eastern Spain, with a suspected case of Ebola. There are contradictory stories about how it was discovered.

              Regional health authorities in Valencia activated their infectious disease protocols on Monday night after the man, who is “resident in Europe” according to a Spanish Health Ministry spokeswoman, was admitted to hospital with Ebola-like symptoms.

              Data from the Center for Disease Control in the United States shows this spring’s Ebola outbreak in West Africa to have so far infected 599 people, 362 of whom have died, a 60&#37; fatality rate.

              On Monday June 23, a Civil Guard agent at passport control at Valencia airport noticed the man did not look well and called the airport’s first aid team, who then warned the Health Ministry’s Foreign Healthcare section, according to a spokeswoman for Spanish airport authorities AENA in Valencia.

              In contradiction to the version offered by airport authorities, the Spanish Health Ministry in Madrid and regional health authorities in Valencia insist the man’s symptoms were noticed on board the airplane by the crew and that he was first isolated on board the aircraft.

              The Health Ministry spokesman first told The Spain Report that the patient had arrived not on a flight from Morocco but on a boat, later confirming that the man had: “a high fever, dizziness, shakes and a cough”.

              Health officials are waiting for the results of the tests, and say health alert protocols have been activated.

              Valencian regional health minister, Manuel Llobart said today that: “We really hope that the results of the test are negative, but if it is positive, the protection of the population is guaranteed”, according to Spanish news agency EFE.
              ....

              http://www.thespainreport.com/9248/ebola-valencia/

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              • #8
                Re: Ebola suspect in Spain

                Translation Google

                The Ministry of Health considers "minimal" chance of transmission of Ebola in Faith

                The patient, from Guinea Conakry, stopped in Casablanca before landing in Valencia

                June 25, 2014 15:13

                The director of the Ministry of Health Alerts, Fernando Simón, described as "minimal" chance that the patient was admitted to the Hospital La Fe de Valencia with pneumonia symptoms have contracted Ebola.

                The patient, from Guinea Conakry, stopped in Casablanca before landing in Valencia and after developing a number of symptoms such as coughing, sweating or abdominal pain he was taken to hospital after the notice of the authorities in Valencia Public Health Service. As Simon pointed out, in Guinea Conakry "there is currently an epidemic of Ebola virus" and therefore are "isolated patient preemptively."

                Director Warning Center also pointed out that the people who were in contact with the patient "have been identified" and is making "a preventive monitoring." Simon pointed out that the likelihood of contracting this virus is "low", since it requires a "very close contact" with secretions, and therefore those most at risk are "medical personnel" and those who "manipulate dead bodies."

                Waiting for the results to be given in the next hours, Fernando Simon stressed that "not considered a case of risk" and simply carried out its procedures to "minimize" the dangers.

                http://www.lasprovincias.es/valencia...625150845.html
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                • #9
                  Re: Ebola suspect in Spain

                  Translation Google

                  The possible case of Ebola evolves favorably isolated on Faith

                  EFE - Wednesday, June 25, 2014 - Updated at 15:16 h

                  The patient is isolated in the hospital La Fe suspected of having Ebola, of Guinean origin and landed in Valencia from Morocco, is progressing well from a clinical point of view while trying to determine if you have this pathology.

                  CASTELLÓN. The Minister of Health, Manuel Llombart, has provided this information on statements to the media in Castellón, where today signed a collaboration agreement with the University Jaume I.

                  According Llombart, the patient, who has not offered more data, presented a series of symptoms during a flight from Morocco, as oxygen requirement and nasal bleeding, they did suspect the crew that could be infected by the Ebola virus.

                  He then told the service of external health, he was isolated in the same plane, you will be picked up at the airport and transferred to the box of infectious patients Faith, taking samples necessary to confirm or rule out that this is Ebola which are already being tested at the National Centre of Microbiology.

                  The Minister hoped that the results of these analyzes are ready throughout the day, but has warned the complexity thereof.

                  Llombart wanted to send a message of "absolute quiet" before this possible case of Ebola, as confirmed not involve "any risk to the public" because the protocols are followed for such situations.

                  "We very much hope that the result-of-analysis is negative, but if positive, the protection of the population is guaranteed" and the patient will receive treatment in Faith, has stated.

                  Yesterday afternoon, the Department reported that on the morning of the day before activated "preventively" action protocol in suspected Ebola virus in a patient admitted and remains "clinically stable" in the area of ​​isolation Hospital La Fe de Valencia.

                  The Department called for "prudence and not cause social alarm to a suspicion of a possible disease."

                  http://www.noticiasdegipuzkoa.com/20...slado-en-la-fe-
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                  • #10
                    Re: Ebola suspect in Spain

                    http://www.thespainreport.com/9248/ebola-valencia/

                    From The Spain Report.

                    Your Independent Spain News In English.


                    Spanish Health Authorities Activate Health Alert Over Possible West African Ebola Case In Valencia

                    By Matthew Bennett


                    NEWS: A man from Guinea Conakry is in isolation in the La Fe hostpital in Valencia, eastern Spain, with a suspected case of Ebola. There are contradictory stories about how it was discovered.

                    Regional health authorities in Valencia activated their infectious disease protocols on Monday night after the man, who is “resident in Europe” according to a Spanish Health Ministry spokeswoman, was admitted to hospital with Ebola-like symptoms.


                    Data from the Center for Disease Control in the United States shows this spring’s Ebola outbreak in West Africa to have so far infected 599 people, 362 of whom have died, a 60% fatality rate.
                    On Monday June 23, a Civil Guard agent at passport control at Valencia airport noticed the man did not look well and called the airport’s first aid team, who then warned the Health Ministry’s Foreign Healthcare section, a spokeswoman for Spanish airport authorities AENA in Valencia told The Spain Report.


                    In contradiction to the version offered by airport authorities, the Spanish Health Ministry in Madrid and regional health authorities in Valencia insist the man’s symptoms were noticed on board the airplane by the crew and that he was first isolated on board the aircraft.


                    The Health Ministry spokesman first told The Spain Report that the patient had arrived not on a flight from Morocco but on a boat, later confirming that the man had: “a high fever, dizziness, shakes and a cough”.
                    36 hours after the man was admitted to hospital, Spanish health officials are still waiting for the results of the tests.


                    Doctors Without Borders in Spain told The Spain Report that the Ebola test the organisation uses in field conditions in Guinea normally takes six hours to process, or up to 24 hours if there are transport problems from remote locations.
                    Spanish health authorities in Madrid and Valencia denied the tests in Spain were taking longer than necessary, and that Spanish doctors were following their own protocols. “We are not hiding anything”, said a spokeswoman for La Fe Hospital, “but I don’t know why it is taking so long”.


                    Valencian regional health minister, Manuel Llobart said today that: “We really hope that the results of the test are negative, but if it is positive, the protection of the population is guaranteed”, according to Spanish news agency EFE.
                    EFE also reports Mr. Llobart as saying the man was bleeding from his nose.


                    The ministry would not confirm the flight number, airline, time of arrival, number of flight crew or the total number of passengers on board, but the Valencia airport webpage shows just one company, Royal Air Maroc, operating a flight between Casablanca and Valencia.


                    Regional health authorities in Valencia issued a statement yesterday saying the man’s symptoms: “could correspond to said disease, which has NOT yet been confirmed or denied. We are waiting for the test results”, and asking for: “prudence and to not cause social alarm over the suspicion of a possible disease”.


                    The patient is currently in a “clinically stable” condition “in isolation”.
                    A spokeswoman for the World Health Organisation told The Spain Report that the WHO was in touch with the Spanish authorities and that they were following updates in the Spanish press, but that they do not have any further information at this point.


                    There are five species of the Ebola virus and the World Health Organisation says case outbreaks have a fatality rate of up to 90%. The virus spreads through human-to-human transmission and physical contact with infected surfaces or mucous substances.


                    http://www.thespainreport.com/9248/ebola-valencia/

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                    • #11
                      Re: Ebola suspect in Spain

                      Translation Google

                      ALBERTO CAPARRÓS @ ABC_CValenciana / VALENCIA
                      Day 25/6/2014 - 6:12 p.m.

                      The Institute of Health Carlos III notes that the suspected case of Valencia does not suffer the deadly disease

                      False alarm . The Carlos III Institute of Health, the Ministry of Health has ruled that the Ebola virus has reached Spain. According to sources consulted by ABC entity, made ​​the Guinean testing patient admitted to the hospital La Fe de Valencia since last Monday have given a negative result.

                      Finally, the results of the samples from the center of microbiology Majadahonda have tested negative to Ebola virus. Given the clinical picture presented by the patient ( which could correspond to the disease Ebola) was activated preventively the reference protocol established by Foreign Health for cases with these symptoms, and that is communication from the flight to Foreign Health on the symptoms of the traveler, to proceed to their collection and subsequent isolation Infectious service, sampling and sending for analysis. The patient remains admitted to the Hospital La Fe and progressing well.
                      ...
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                      • #12
                        Re: Ebola suspect in Spain - test negative

                        Thanks Pathfinder.

                        I do not see anything about this case on the economic and competitive site (which evidently includes the Carlos III health institute) :

                        El instituto de salud Carlos III
                        http://www.isciii.es/

                        or,

                        Ministry of Health site:
                        http://www.isciii.es/
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                        • #13
                          Re: Ebola suspect in Spain - test negative (news report)

                          Lab Results Negative For West African Ebola Virus In Valencia After Health Authorities Activate Alert

                          By Matthew Bennett | on Google+ | June 25th, 2014

                          Ebola in Spain News Spanish Healthcare & Medicine

                          NEWS: Spain’s National Microbiology Centre confirms a man from Guinea Conakry isolated in the La Fe hospital in Valencia, eastern Spain, since Monday night does not have the Ebola virus.

                          La Fe Hospital in Valencia issued a statement at 6 p.m. on Wednesday evening saying that the lab results, which had been sent to Spain’s National Microbiology Centre near Madrid, had tested negative for the Ebola virus, and that the patient, a man from Guinea Conakry, was making “encouraging progress”.
                          ...
                          http://www.thespainreport.com/9248/ebola-valencia/
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                          • #14
                            Re: Ebola suspect in Spain - test negative (news report)

                            Translation Google

                            The inpatient Faith of a suspected Ebola is discharged

                            L. GARCÉS | VALENCIA.
                            June 27, 2014 00:16

                            The patient was admitted to the Hospital La Fe on Monday with symptoms that pointed to the possibility that he was infected with Ebola virus received yesterday discharged a day after the analysis discount the disease, as confirmed from the hospital. The Minister of Health, Manuel Llombart announced that before the result of the preventive protocol analysis was deactivated.

                            The patient, a man from Guinea Conakry, arrived on a flight from Valencia to Morocco on Monday. Upon arrival at the airport had symptoms that led to thinking about the possibility that he had contracted Ebola.

                            At the risk of it that way, the protocol Exterior Health, which involved isolating the sick and the application of preventive measures among health workers was activated. Analytical tests were referred to the Carlos III Institute on Wednesday ruled that suffer the disease entered.

                            http://www.lasprovincias.es/valencia...7001616-v.html
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