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  • Tamil Nadu - Multiple local reports of "mysterious fever" - 161 deaths reported - Combination of Flu, dengue, chikungunya, leptospirosis, Typhoid likely Dec 2012-2013

    Machine Translated.

    The mysterious death of a child for fever குலசேகரன்பட்டினத் Tirunelveli Wednesday, December 05, 2:41 PM IST

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    குலசேகரன்பட்டினம், Dec. 5 -

    Utankuti, Kulasekara pattinam has spread in the last few days, a mysterious fever. Many people have been affected by the treatment in the hospital. In intanilai from Kulasekara pattinam putumanai kottavilaiyai muttukavita (age 5), where a young girl suffering from a mysterious fever continued to receive treatment in a private hospital.

    She died yesterday palaninri treatment. Already in the last few days before the 10-month-old baby குலசேகரன்பட்டினம் topparkatai died of a mysterious fever. Muttukavita victim in the region yesterday, causing public panic intanilai.

    Utankuti, Kulasekara pattinam health disorder in the area is due to the spread of a mysterious fever. We need to take action to prevent the public requests it. Kavita குலசேகரன்பட்டினத் pearl victims in the school 1 - E Class patittuvantal.
    ...
    http://www.maalaimalar.com/2012/12/0...ild-death.html
    Twitter: @RonanKelly13
    The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

  • #2
    Re: Tamil Nadu - Two children from unidentified fever குலசேகரன்பட்டினத்தில் மர்ம கா&#299

    Machine translated. The second article is from Madurai and may not be related. Mystery fevers are common in Tamil Nadu due to a poor diagnostic infrastructure. - Ro


    Mystery fever kills 2 children (Dec 5)
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    Utankuti: Mystery fever in Tuticorin District utankuti 2 children die helpless. This is a large public hospital suffering from fever and invasion. There was panic in the region. Tuticorin District utankuti, mennanapuram, குலசேகரன்பட்டினம் and the mysterious fever is spreading rapidly. The two children have died. Putumanai utankuti pearl of kottaivilaiyai Kavita (6) குலசேகரன்பட்டினத் who came to study at a private school in Class 1. Yesterday afternoon and took the girl to a hospital because of fever. She put the needle to the doctor.

    This girl tried to go home. Threshold girl suddenly collapsed hospital. The doctor examined her and said he had died. If injection irantala girl, or the mysterious fever irantala? Going to trial. One of the area's 10-month-old baby குலசேகரன்பட்டினம் topparkatai like Mohammad, fever yesterday due to a private hospital with rice. The child died there. Government hospitals are so many children suffering from a mysterious fever, private hospitals have been added. The spread of flu in the region that has been invaded by the hospital to the public.
    http://www.tamilmurasu.org/Inner_Tam....asp?Nid=37549


    Bee "fever 'hits up to 5 (Dec 8th)

    Bee: A bee calika aptulkatar wife Yani, 68. Fever, died yesterday in Madurai government hospital. The mysterious fever that, so far paliyakiyullanar five people.
    http://www.dinamalar.com/News_Detail.asp?Id=601432
    Twitter: @RonanKelly13
    The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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    • #3
      Re: Tamil Nadu - Two children die from unidentified fever குலசேகரன்பட்டினத்தில் மர்ம கா&

      Melur near Madurai has a mysterious fever Chancellor Hotel on Saturday, December 08, 12:25 PM IST

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      Melur, Dec. 8 -

      Near Melur in Madurai district of carukuvalaiyapattiyai ayyavu. His son Rama (age 32). He came out of the hotel in the area. He was avatipattu the last few days of fever. Melur government and private hospitals for the treatment he had received. Disease has not recovered.

      In this position he was a high fever. Following this, he was admitted to hospital in Madurai. The doctors had given him in intensive care. Great pity, of treatment and died there. Melur in the "mysterious" fever, brain fever has spread to the general public are concerned.
      http://www.maalaimalar.com/2012/12/0...wner-deat.html
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      • #4
        Re: Tamil Nadu - Two children die from unidentified fever குலசேகரன்பட்டினத்தில் மர்ம கா&

        RAMESWARAM - Melur on the "mysterious" flu killed about 2 Ramanathapuram Monday, December 03, 5:29 PM IST 1 comments 0 Email Copy

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        RAMESWARAM, Dec. 3 -

        The "mysterious" death of many people have been affected by the flu. Only the number of flu victims in Melur 50 - passed on. This condition is also succumbing to a child with fever.

        Mohammad Yousuf from karunkalakkuti village near Melur. His 3-year-old daughter, who was suffering from fever cirumiyana Apsara past 15 days. He continued to receive treatment in a private hospital when he died.

        RAMESWARAM City, Madhavan, Lakshmi. At his son (age 3), he died this morning after suffering from a mysterious fever.


        Not: Mystery fever plus - 2 student killed Tanjore Wednesday, December 05, 11:01 AM IST 0 comments 0 Email Copy

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        Not-Dec. 5 -

        Not near Tanjore district of the cenniya kovintaraj hotel. Kottanar. Tanap by his son (17). He was at school in the same area plus - reading was 2. For the past 4 days, fever and diarrhea was tanapal student.

        Peravurani he was allowed to be in the hospital. His condition worsened yesterday. I went to the hospital, followed by Pattukottai. But the pity tanap student died on the way.

        Kovintaraj and relatives wept to see his body. The incident has caused sorrow in the region.
        http://www.maalaimalar.com/2012/12/0...student-d.html

        The child has fever vetaranyam Nagapattinam News Sunday, December 02, 6:07 PM IST

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        Vetaranyam, Dec. 2 -

        Vetaranyam Nagai district, near the Temple of topputturai tulluvetti Top Ramachandran. His daughter Karthika (5). She is in school in the area, 1 - E Class came to reading.

        Karttikavirku the flu last week was a little girl. Following this, she was admitted to hospital in Nagapattinam. Then added to the civil hospital for treatment of Tanjore. Karthika when he died without treatment.
        http://www.maalaimalar.com/2012/12/0...ery-fever.html

        Mystery fever near Melur 2 - Class student killed in Madurai on Friday, December 07, 5:20 PM IST
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        Melur, Dec. 7 -

        Near Melur in Madurai district of navinippatti Kovilpatti municipality. Arjuna belonged to the village, wage worker. His daughter Deepa (age 6). The school is in a 2 - E Class came to reading.

        Deepa who was suffering from fever for the past few days. Melur Government continued to receive treatment in hospital. Disease has not recovered. High fever yesterday morning. Deepa immediately brought to the hospital in Madurai. She was in intensive care doctors. However, at 9 o'clock at night when Deepa and died.

        Deepa for External Affairs in conjunction with a mysterious fever that so far 52 people have died.
        http://www.maalaimalar.com/2012/12/0...2th-class.html
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        • #5
          Re: Tamil Nadu - Multiple local reports of "mysterious fever" - 52 deaths reported

          Dengue, viral fever claims 2 more lives in TN


          Madurai, Dec 3: Even as the Tamil Nadu Government had taken a series of steps to eradicate dengue and viral fever menace in the State, two children, including a girl, died of suspected viral fever in Southern Districts of Madurai and Ramanathapuram, today.

          Official sources said S.Apsara (3), a girl who was undergoing treatment for fever in a private hospital in Madurai,died this morning. She was hailing from Karungalakudi Village in the dengue-affected Melur Block in Madurai District. With this, 18 people had died of dengue and viral fever in Melur Block alone in the district, so far. However, unofficial reports claimed over 50 people died of dengue and mysterious viral fever in Melur. Meanwhile, a three-year-old boy died of suspected viral fever at the government hospital in Rameswaram, this morning.

          Manikandan was undergoing treatment for the past few days in the hospital. Even as the State Health Department claimed there was a decreasing trend in dengue and viral cases, the death of two children has once again raised doubts in the minds of people on whether the efforts to control dengue and viral fever in South Tamil Nadu have borne fruit.

          - Agencies
          http://news.chennaionline.com/chenna...c96709fbe3.col
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          • #6
            Re: Tamil Nadu - Multiple local reports of "mysterious fever" - 52 deaths reported

            Sent to proMED.
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            • #7
              Re: Tamil Nadu - Multiple local reports of "mysterious fever" - 52 deaths reported

              Date Registered: December 15,2012,01:29

              Kilakkarai: ervati in Ramanathapuram district, eighth grade student culttan ipurakim why, for marmakkayccal said. He was the son of Anna Nagar line ervati Kani, 16, suffering from fever for a few days, it continued to receive treatment in a private hospital. In the brain damage occurred, he was brought home, who died the day before yesterday.

              http://www.dinamalar.com/News_Detail.asp?Id=606287

              Not near Tanjore mysterious fever plus -2 student killed on Saturday, December 15, 10:54 AM IST 0 comments 0 Email Copy

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              Not-Dec. 15 -
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              Not near Tanjore district of the putuppattiyai Silambarasan. His daughter Manimekalai (17). He is wanted in the government schools in kantarvakkottai - 2 reading it. For the last 4 days of fever came from student to Manimekalai. Parents do not realize it.
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              He went to school in the student Manimekalai. I had come home after school. When suddenly collapsed at home. Shocked by the common people of the region, the parents went to the hospital to kantarvakkottai manimekalaiyai restored. But the way he died was awful. This incident has caused sorrow in the region.
              http://www.maalaimalar.com/2012/12/1...irl-deead.html
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              The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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              • #8
                Re: Tamil Nadu - Multiple local reports of "mysterious fever" - 52 deaths reported

                The child has fever kottampatti Madurai News Friday, December 14, 5:44 PM IST

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                Melur, Dec. 14 -

                If you come from kottampatti சொக்கலிங்கபுரத்தை near Madurai district. Banu kajira his daughter (age 5). The School 1 - E Class was reading. Kajirapanu who was suffering from fever for the past few days. Madurai government hospital for treatment, he added. The doctors said she was in intensive care.

                Kajirapanu died this morning to deliver the treatment of this condition.
                http://www.maalaimalar.com/2012/12/1...s-baby-ne.html
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                The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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                • #9
                  Re: Tamil Nadu - Multiple local reports of "mysterious fever" - 52 deaths reported

                  Ottakkatai on the "mysterious" fever, Madurai Engineering student killed on Sunday, December 16, 10:29 AM IST

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                  Melur, Dec. 16 -
                  In and around Madurai District Melur "mysterious" fever 50 - more than have died. Engineering student comes to a "mysterious" fever, died. Ottakkataiyai near the king of Madurai. Caktipiriya his daughter (age 18). Private Engineering College in Madurai, who was studying in the first year.
                  *
                  For the last 3 days "mystery" who was suffering from fever. He continued to receive treatment at primary health centers ottakkatai. Not noykunamak. He has a fever.
                  *
                  *He was immediately admitted to hospital in Madurai. The doctors had given him in intensive care. Caktipiriya when a student died last night.
                  http://www.maalaimalar.com/2012/12/1...ring-stud.html
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                  • #10
                    Re: Tamil Nadu - Multiple local reports of "mysterious fever" - 52 deaths reported

                    From;
                    Published Date: 2012-12-09 21:35:50
                    Subject: PRO/EDR> Dengue/DHF update 2012 (64): Asia, Pacific
                    Archive Number: 20121209.1443556
                    DENGUE/DHF UPDATE 2012 (64): ASIA, PACIFIC
                    http://www.promedmail.org/direct.php...121209.1443556

                    ...
                    [ProMED-mail has been alerted by Ronan Kelley of FluTrackers of an increase in reports of "viral fever" in Tamil Nadu state that are appearing in the local language press in India. Machine translations were provided. The stories to date appear very disjointed and deal primarily with individual case discussions and do not present a cohesive picture of what may be going on. Given the information we presently have on the increase in dengue activity in Tamil Nadu (see reports above), one wonders if these "viral fever" reports may relate to the increase in dengue activity. We await further clarification of the situation. - Mod.MPP]
                    ...
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                    • #11
                      Re: Tamil Nadu - Multiple local reports of "mysterious fever" - 52 deaths reported

                      machine translated articles;

                      16/12/2012
                      Mystery fever kills boy
                      SriLaputtur
                      Three-year-old boy succumbed to a mysterious fever. patamuttu son of kilatteruvai harikaran, 3. He suffered fever for a week. Private, Government has received treatment in hospitals.

                      But last night, has died. In the same area, 29 last month, the six-month-old baby Leo Prabha, "dengue fever, as a victim.

                      http://dinamalar-tamil.blogspot.com/...kills-boy.html


                      <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/94f6MW0XPi8" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
                      http://youtu.be/94f6MW0XPi8


                      Srivilliputhur (Tamil: ta:திருவில்லிபுத்தூர் / ஸ்ரீவில்லிபுத்தூர்) is a semi-urban town and a municipality in Virudhunagar district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
                      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Srivilliputhur

                      Mystery fever affects around 20 people held
                      Registered time: 17-12-2012 15:20
                      Trichy: SANDSTONE near karumpulippatti including the 2 girls, 20 people have been affected by a mysterious fever. Mystery fever hit the girl died before palaninri cavita treatment. Mystery fever has spread fast, heavy பீதியடைந்துள்ளனர் karumpulippatti rural population.
                      http://www.dinakaran.com/Latest_Detail.asp?Nid=34197
                      Twitter: @RonanKelly13
                      The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Tamil Nadu - Multiple local reports of &quot;mysterious fever&quot; - 52 deaths reported

                        It is possible that these deaths are due to dengue. In a couple of cases now, fever deaths have been reported in villages which had dengue deaths a few weeks earlier. 13 of the 14 specific deaths reported in this thread are aged 18 or less. - Ro

                        Srivi mysterious fever., Girl killed

                        Date Registered: December 19,2012,00:33 IST

                        Srivilliput: marmakkayccal in ஸ்ரீவில்லிபுத்தூர் said to the girl. Ottamatam ஸ்ரீவில்லிபுத்தூர் jayl daughter of one of the street, 7. For the past 4 days, suffering from fever, received treatment in a private Hospital. Yesterday morning, where he died on the way to the hospital. In ஸ்ரீவில்லிபுத்தூர் "dengue" is being spread rapidly, last November., 21, of mankapurattai kopikirusna, 3, said. Succumbing to the girl, the region has caused panic among the people.
                        http://www.dinamalar.com/News_Detail.asp?Id=609077
                        Twitter: @RonanKelly13
                        The views expressed are mine alone and do not represent the views of my employer or any other person or organization.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Tamil Nadu - Multiple local reports of &quot;mysterious fever&quot; - 58 deaths reported

                          Published Date: 2012-12-19 15:20:06
                          Subject: PRO/EDR> Undiagnosed febrile disease - India (TN): RFI
                          Archive Number: 20121219.1459158

                          UNDIAGNOSED FEBRILE ILLNESS - INDIA (TAMIL NADU): REQUEST FOR INFORMATION
                          ************************************************** ***********************
                          A ProMED-mail post
                          http://www.promedmail.org
                          ProMED-mail is a program of the
                          International Society for Infectious Diseases
                          http://www.isid.org

                          Date: Sun 9 Dec 2012
                          Source: FluTrackers [summ., edited]
                          http://www.flutrackers.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=196136


                          [FluTrackers has posted a series of reports of febrile disease in Tamil Nadu (machine translated from Tamil) as follows:]

                          Date: Wed 5 Dec 2012
                          Source: Maalaimalar [summ., edited]
                          http://www.maalaimalar.com/2012/12/0...ild-death.html


                          A 5 year old girl and a 10 month old baby died of a mysterious fever in hospital.

                          ******
                          Date: Wed 5 Dec 2012
                          Source: Tamil Murasu [summ., edited]
                          http://www.tamilmurasu.org/Inner_Tam....asp?Nid=37549


                          A 6 year old girl and a 10 month old baby girl [same one as above?] died of a fever.

                          ******
                          Date: Fri 7 Dec 2012
                          Source: Maalaimalar [summ., edited]
                          http://www.maalaimalar.com/2012/12/0...2th-class.html


                          A 6 year old girl died in Melur Government hospital. So far, 52 people have died.

                          ******
                          Date: Sat 8 Dec 2012
                          Source: Maalaimalar [summ., edited]
                          http://www.maalaimalar.com/2012/12/0...wner-deat.html


                          A 32 year old man died of fever.

                          ******
                          Date: Sat 8 Dec 2012
                          Source: Dinamalar [summ., edited]
                          http://www.dinamalar.com/News_Detail.asp?Id=601432


                          A 68 year old woman died of a fever in the Madurai government hospital. The fever has hit 5 people.

                          --
                          communicated by:
                          Ronan Kelly
                          <ronankelly@comcast.net>

                          [Other reports in this string, but not given above, start on 2 Dec 2012 and end on 17 Dec 2012. One report indicates that 20 people have been affected by the febrile disease, but an earlier report above indicates that there are 52. Some of the earlier reports mention "flu", but most do not.

                          The etiology of these cases apparently has not been determined. ProMED-mail would appreciate receiving more details, and especially laboratory results, as they become available. - Mod.TY]

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                          • #14
                            Re: Tamil Nadu - Multiple local reports of &quot;mysterious fever&quot; - 58 deaths reported

                            According to official counts, there have been 60 deaths due to dengue in Tamil Nadu so far:

                            http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/i...w/17685084.cms

                            [snip]

                            Dengue cases have seen a massive spurt in India this year. India had recorded 15,535 cases and 96 deaths in 2009, but the corresponding figure till November, 2012, stood at over 35,000 cases and 216 fatalities. Tamil Nadu has recorded the highest number of deaths (60), followed by Maharashtra (59), Karnataka (21), Punjab (15), Kerala (13) and West Bengal (9).

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                            • #15
                              Re: Tamil Nadu - Multiple local reports of &quot;mysterious fever&quot; - 58 deaths reported

                              The official dengue death toll is to Nov 26th. Of those only 6 fatalities were recorded in November. So the fatalities reported in this thread seem to be largely additional to the official toll. Influenza is also a likely candidate with official H1N1 fatalities in the state jumping from 10 to 33 between the beginning of November and mid - December. Each reported flu fatality is indicative of scores of undiagnosed fatalities. Also, no official tally is kept of H3 or Influenza B deaths.
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