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A/H1N1 virus: the first death in the Republic of Moldova - 11 fatalities

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  • A/H1N1 virus: the first death in the Republic of Moldova - 11 fatalities

    A woman from telenesti, aged 67 years, died due to complications caused by the H1n1 virus. The woman was diagnosed with pneumonia and heart failure. The death was caused by the fact that the woman has asked the doctor. In Moldova there were registered this winter more cases of flu caused by the H1n1 virus, but this is the first case of death due to complications caused by influenza, according to the head of the press service of the THREAT, Ion Nistor.




    http://independent.md/virusul-ah1n1-...blica-moldova/
    Last edited by tetano; February 22nd, 2016, 02:46 AM.

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    One child died yesterday due to H1N1 flu

    The announcement made today, the National Center of public health. Stefan Gheorghita, head of nosocomial infection control Center, noted that it is a 12-year-old girl in the town Hincesti. ' The child was treated at February 11, had a fever of 39 degrees Celsius. Over four days, on 15 February, was admitted to the hospital from Hincesti. On February 16 the girl's condition worsened, being transported with AVIASAN to mother and child Centre in the capital, in the Department of resuscitation, with bilateral pneumonia and pulmonary hemorrhage. Unfortunately, the child ...

    http://www.ziarelive.ro/stiri/un-cop...ei-a-h1n1.html

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      11 people died due to H1N1 flu

      Influenza A H1N1 has made a total of 11 victims. This was announced head of the Health Directorate of the municipality Chisinau, Mihai Moldovanu. According to him, one of the victims is in the municipality of Chisinau. At the same time, Mihai Moldovanu argues that the epidemic threshold was depașit, but still cannot be declared a State of epidemic.

      http://unimedia.info/stiri/Bilan-11-...m_campaign=rss

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