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Spain: Aragon Area Seasonal Flu 2013-2014 -170 hospitalized 26 in ICU - 10 deaths

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    Re: Spain: Aragon Area Seasonal Flu 2013-2014 -170 hospitalized 26 in ICU - 5 deaths

    Two dead by influenza A in Teruel rise to seven who died in Aragon

    Zaragoza, Jan 31 (EFE) .- Two persons affected by influenza A (H1N1), and both with previous pathologies, died today at the Hospital Bishop Polanco of Teruel, bringing to seven the deceased in the region of Aragon as a result of this virus this winter. This is a 45 year-old man was admitted to the ICU, and a 53-year-old male, who was entered in the plant, according to sources have informed today of the Government of Aragon. The Department of Health, Social Welfare and Family Affairs has made today a new appeal for calm to all citizens and has reminded us that seasonal influenza is an acute viral infection caused by an influenza virus and that at this time is dominated by the type A.

    http://es.noticias.yahoo.com/muertos...151548235.html

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    • #32
      Re: Spain: Aragon Area Seasonal Flu 2013-2014 -170 hospitalized 26 in ICU - 7 deaths

      pH1N1 HA 225N Severe in Female
      Spain Winter s2013


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      <hr style="width: 30%;" />28 Cases over 28 Sequences<hr style="width: 30%;" /></div>
      Introduction

      On 2014-01-29, the&nbsp;<span style="color: #783f04;"><b>Instituto de Salud Carlos III</b></span> of Spain rapidly released 28&nbsp;<b><span style="color: #632423; font-family: &quot;Trebuchet MS&quot;;">pH1N1</span></b>&nbsp;<b><span style="color: #274e13;">HA</span></b> fragments at&nbsp;<strong>GISAID </strong>with a submission date of&nbsp;2014-01-29&nbsp;on 28 contemporary human cases<strong>&nbsp;</strong>sampled across <b>December 2013</b> to <b>January 2014</b>.

      We applaud the men and women of this Institute for their devotion to science, for their detailed clinical annotations and their complete age and gender features. <b><span style="color: #783f04;">Hospitalisation</span></b> is evident in 22 of the cases and in 7 of the 8 <b><span style="color: #783f04;">pediatric</span></b> patients . . .

      Read the Open-Access, Full-Text
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      • #33
        Re: Spain: Aragon Area Seasonal Flu 2013-2014 -170 hospitalized 26 in ICU - 7 deaths

        other three patients with influenza A Die in Zaragoza

        Three patients have died this weekend affected by influenza A in Zaragoza, one of them in the Hospital Clínico Universitario, of 31 years, suffering severe prior pathologies, as well as other, 72-year-old, at Hospital Royo Villanova. The third was 79 years old and also suffered from other diseases. He was admitted to the clinic Montpellier, he has informed the Department of health, Social Welfare and family of the Government of Aragon in a statement. With these three deaths rise to ten people who have died to affected by this type of virus, three in Teruel, one in Barbastro (Huesca) and the rest in the Aragonese capital.The Department of health, Social Welfare and family of the Government of Aragon has made a new appeal ' to calm citizens ' and it has highlighted that seasonal influenza is an acute viral infection and hospital admissions and income in intensive care units are produced every year, as well as deaths, mostly compounded by other pathologies.



        http://www.heraldo.es/noticias/arago...68729_301.html

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