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    Bierzo: Two other people remain admitted, one of them in the ICU

    Since the start of the flu season, the Hospital of the Bierzo has confirmed seven cases of the H1N1 strain, as pointed out the medical director, Rosario Gonzalez. All of them and after the death of F. A. A, two people remained yesterday admitted in the health care center of Fuentesnuevas, one of which was in the ICU. This was confirmed by the Department of Health of the Junta de Castilla y León in the weekly report that emits on the evolution of the flu.

    http://www.diariodeleon.es/noticias/...ci_866965.html

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      A total of 18 people remain hospitalized for influenza A, nine in the ICU in Cantabria


      A total of 18 people remain entered in the hospitals of Cantabria as a result of complications of influenza A and nine of them are in intensive care (ICU) units, although the situation regarding these serious cases has improved in the last week.

      As reported by the Ministry of health, eight of the people admitted in the ICU are the Valdecilla Hospital - six women and two men from 35 to 78 years - while there is another Hospital Sierrallana, a 78-year-old woman. The other nine patients who are hospitalized on floor are six Valdecilla, two in Sierrallana and one at the Hospital of Laredo. During the week of 3-9 February the incidence dropped to 139 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, according to data from the Sentinel Network, and the total number of cases is estimated to be almost 8,000.





      http://www.20minutos.es/noticia/2061411/0/

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        First death from influenza A in Galicia of a child

        The flu has claimed this winter in Galicia already eighteen fatalities and yesterday the Consellería de Sanidade registered the case of the first child. Sources of this department remind us that the lesser, who died in the hospital complex of La Coruña, presented risk factors. Currently are admitted in different hospitals Gallegos 154 patients affected by influenza A, of which 35 are in intensive care units. At the moment there have been five deaths in hospitals of Vigo; five in the of A Coruña; three in the hospital complex of Pontevedra; two in Ferrol; one in Ourense and another in Santiago. Since the Sergas ensure that is is going through the peak of the epidemic wave, so it is expected that in the next few weeks start to drop the cases.

        http://www.lavozdegalicia.es/noticia...|%20Portada%29

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          Xurxo Hervada: «is the season with more deaths from flu since the pandemic»

          This year a wave of epidemic influenza strong in Galicia was not expected, but the virus is not being more aggressive, the Deputy Director General of Epidemiology of the Ministry of Health, George Hervada, it is surprising that the number of high income and
          the direct deaths from influenza, which exceed the average of recent years.

          -We have so far 18 flu deaths in Galicia, ¿are normal numbers?
          -They are on top of the normal range. Since 2009 pandemic

          ..




          http://www.lavozdegalicia.es/noticia...|%20Portada%29

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          • Re: Spain: Seasonal Flu 2013-2014 (other areas than Aragon)

            Three new deaths in the last week raise to 12 the deaths for flu A IN Extremadura


            The number of deceased for flu A in Extremadura from the beginning of the present campaign promotes 12, after in the last week three deaths have taken place for this cause, according to the information gathered by the System Lookout of Alertness of this illness.

            There talks each other about three 83, 82 and 67-year-old males of age, respectively, two of which there were joined the Hospital San Pedro of Alcántara de Cáceres and one Infanta Cristina de Badajoz. Two of these patients were presenting factors previous to risk and other not, as has reported the Government of Extremadura in a press release.

            To tenor of the information offered by the said report, until the last Sunday, the 16th of February the Extremaduran hospitals have notified a whole of 118 serious cases hospitalized with flu since there was beginning the period of alertness of the illness.

            http://es.noticias.yahoo.com/falleci...125107321.html

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            • Re: Spain: Seasonal Flu 2013-2014 (other areas than Aragon)

              The flu A ended in three days the life of the 17-year-old girl from Xabia

              PILAR G. THE BURGO | VALENCIA

              The results of the microbiological analysis of the samples that were taken to the teenager Manuel G. And, for 17 years, who died in the ICU of the hospital from Denia to just three days of the early symptoms of a respiratory infection (fever, malaise, congestion ... ) Confirmed that the causative agent of the pathology which resulted in the death of this young neighbor of Xabia of fulminant form was the influenza A virus, the dreaded binomial of the two viral proteins H1N1, which four years ago he starred in a crossing of species to jump out of the pork to the human and unleashed the worldwide alarm. The family of the young man, torn apart by his loss, took more than ten days in to go to the health center of Xabia to collect the results of the evidence that might shed some light on the causes of the sudden death of the boy, That at seven in the evening of Tuesday January 21 i attended on their own feet to the consultation of the doctor at the outpatient clinic by a worsening of the symptoms and five hours after dying in the ICU, no one could do nothing to prevent it. The doctors who cared for the young in the health center has already moved forward to Lift-EMV that the cause of his death was the flu, though suspicions of clinicians need to be supported by the results of the National Center for Microbiology. The death certificate recorded that the boy, who began to feel bad after returning from a game of football a rainy saturday, had died of pneumonia, which is one of the serious ways in which you can pursue the flu.


              http://www.levante-emv.com/comunitat...a/1085313.html

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                Two new deaths raised to 14, the victims by the Influenza A in Extremadura

                Two further deaths from the flu TO raises the number of deaths at 14 in Extremadura, as reported yesterday by the regional government in a note which also said that the rate of incidence has rebounded from 66 to 120 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, What sets this index of new disease above the epidemic threshold (71 cases/100,000 h. ). In the opinion of the deputy director of Epidemiology of the SES, Julian Mauro Ramos, the upturn in the flu was expected and has a range in number of cases similar to that which is usually recorded all the years after overcoming the crest of the wave epidemic. However, according to Ramos, the overall trend is down, and it is expected that in the coming weeks decrease significantly the number of cases detected by the Sentinel System. The weekly report of Epidemiology posted two new deaths, both in the Hospital of San Pedro de Alcantara Caceres; this is a 82-year-old woman who died on February 26 and a 69-year-old man died on February 27. The two had risk factors and none of them had been vaccinated against the flu. With these two are already 14 the deceased with the N1H1 virus in the region since the beginning of the season.

                http://www.elperiodicoextremadura.co...pe_790713.html

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                  Five patients remain hospitalized for Influenza A in Extremadura

                  Merida five patients still admitted in Extremadura hospitals in critical condition by flu, a figure which represents one third of the hospitalized last week (15) and away from the 48 who arrived there in February.

                  http://www.elperiodicoextremadura.co...pe_794877.html

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                  • Re: Spain: Seasonal Flu 2013-2014 (other areas than Aragon)

                    Influenza causes 20 deaths and 157 serious cases this season in Extremadura

                    The flu epidemic has caused this season in Extremadura 157 serious hospitalized cases and 20 deaths, according to the report of the flu season prepared by the Office of Epidemiology of the Servicio Extremeño de Salud. The number of serious cases exceeds to the seasons 2012-2013 (6 cases), 2011-2012 (30), 2010-2011 (36), and even to that of 2009-2010, when the World Health Organization declared a pandemic situation by the emergence of the virus Influenzae TO n(H1N1), in which there were 154 serious cases. According to information gathered by epidemiology, among the 157 cases serious hospitalized this year have been reported a total of 20 deaths, a number is also higher than the recorded in the 2012-2013 seasons (1 deceased), 2011-2012 (3), 2010-2011 (1) and 2009-2010, 15 died when sick with the flu.

                    http://www.lacronicabadajoz.com/noti...da_158112.html

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