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    Loni man succumbs to swine flu


    PUNE: A 36-year-old-man from Loni Kalbhor died of swine flu at a city hospital on Sunday, taking the H1N1 casualty count here to one this year, so far.

    Also, the condition of another swine flu-infected patient is currently critical and he has been put on ventilator at a city hospital.

    The deceased developed influenza-like illness on December 24. He had fever, cough, breathlessness and a sore throat.

    Initially, he sought treatment from neighbourhood doctors. However when his condition worsened, he was referred to Ruby Hall Clinic in Pune where he was admitted on December 31. He was given supportive respiratory care at the hospital after he developed severe breathlessness. When he didn't show any improvement, he was put on the ventilator.

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/56409229.cms
    Last edited by tetano; February 10th, 2017, 01:41 PM.

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    Vishrantwadi woman succumbs to swine flu

    TNN | Updated: Jan 16, 2017, 08.27 AM IST


    PUNE: A 63-year-old woman succumbed to swine flu at private hospital here on January 12. This is the H1N1 casualty registered within a week in Pune.
    The city recorded the year's first swine flu casualty on January 8 when a 36-year-old man from Loni Kalbhor died of the infection at a city hospital.
    In view of the two casualties within a short time, doctors have advised people to be alert and take precautions to ward off the disease.
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    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/56575489.cms
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      One H1N1 case reported in Mumbai, 6 casualties across Maharashtra

      MUMBAI: After last year's lull, the H1N1 infection has struck early this year, claiming six lives in the state in January alone. However, the number of positive cases is not too alarming at this moment, said state officials.

      Around 10 positive cases have been reported across the state, including one from the city of a child in Malad. Deaths have been reported from Parbhani, Osmanabad and Pune. Mumbai fortunately has not seen any casualties so far. After creating havoc in 2015, affecting over 8,000 people in the state and claiming more than 900 lives, the virus almost went dormant last year. In 2016, there were less than 100 positive cases in Maharashtra.

      http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/57087908.cms

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        Mumbai: 5-year-old city’s first H1N1 victim in 2017

        The public health department of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has launched a probe after a five-year-old boy contracted H1N1 infection. The thing that is intriguing the medics is that the minor has no history of travel to an affected region. Also, in the locality he resides, no H1N1 cases have been reported so far. Suspected to be the city’s first H1N1 case this year, the boy is currently undergoing treatment at a private hospital where he was admitted a week ago. According to the civic health department, the five-year-old developed cough, cold and fever in the last 15 days. “The confirmed results of H1N1 came on Wednesday. He has been given prophylactic and treatment has begun,” said Dr Minni Khetarpal, deputy executive health officer at BMC. He tested positive for H1N1 after doctors sent a sample to a private laboratory to confirm the disease.

        http://indianexpress.com/article/cit...-2017-4518469/

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          Pune: Man dies of H1N1-related complications

          A 58-year-old man from Kolhapur, who was undergoing treatment at Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, succumbed to H1N1 (swine flu)-related pneumonia on Tuesday. The patient died due to acute respiratory distress syndrome and multi-organ failure, said the doctors.
          He had been suffering from cough fever and breathlessness since February 11. Before being shifted to Pune’s Deenanath Mangeshkar
          Hospital on February 18, the deceased was being treated at a private hospital at Sangli. He, however, succumbed to H1N1 related complications, added the doctors.

          http://indianexpress.com/article/cit...tions-4538934/

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          • #6
            H1N1 claims 2 more lives, toll rises to four this year

            TNN | Feb 27, 2017, 09.16 AM IST

            PUNE: Two people, including a senior citizen, succumbed to swine flu at different hospitals in the city last week, taking the number of H1N1 casualties to four this year, so far. Besides, condition of two more patients is currently critical and they have been put on ventilator.
            The deceased have been identified as Rambhau Kirme (58) of Nandani village in Kolhapur district and Devgonda Patil (65) Deshmukhwadi village in Ahmednagar district.
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            http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/57363301.cms
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            • #7
              Swine flu infects 44, claims 10 lives in state

              Umesh Isalkar | TNN | Updated: Mar 1, 2017, 12.01 AM IST
              Pune: Swine flu claimed 10 lives while infected 44 people in the state this year so far.
              "A total of 10 have succumbed to the disease this year, including four in Pune, three in Solapur, two in Aurangabad and one in Nashik. Also, as many as 44 people were infected of the dreaded disease in the aforementioned period," officials from the state health department said.
              Besides, condition of three infected patients is currently critical and they have been put on ventilator support at various hospitals in Pune (2) and Nagpur (1).
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              http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/57399960.cms
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              • #8
                Another victim of swine flu Chinchwad
                | Updated: Mar 2, 2017, 10:02 PM IST
                M. Ta. Pimpri
                swine flu is lifted up their heads in Pimpri-Chinchwad. Swine flu in the last three days has taken another victim. A private hospital in Pimpri on Wednesday (1 March), a 50-year-old woman died of swine flu.
                A 55-year-old woman who died on February 28, swine flu. Swine flu has aided the growth of the city in the patient. Pimple Gurav 50-year-old woman was being treated at a private hospital in Chinchwad. Woman died on Wednesday during treatment. The swine flu vaccine is available in the municipal hospital. Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation has implemented various measures to prevent swine flu.
                "The changes in the environment. So is the growing proportion of swine flu illness in the last ten days. Citizens to avoid crowded places, wash hands when outside. Drink more water. If you become cold to consult a doctor. Citizens appealed to worry, "BMC chief medical officer Dr. Anil Roy has said.
                http://maharashtratimes.indiatimes.c...w/57435166.cms
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                • #9
                  Six swine flu patients critical, put on ventilator in Pune

                  TNN | Mar 6, 2017, 09.03 AM IST

                  PUNE: As many as six swine flu patients admitted to various hospitals in the city are in critical condition and have been put on ventilator support.
                  ...
                  The H1N1 virus has claimed 10 lives and infected over 50 people in the state since the beginning of this year. A majority of these cases have been reported from cities like Pune, Nashik, Solapur, Aurangabad and Nagpur.
                  In Pune alone, the virus has claimed four lives and infected 35 people.
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                  http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/57483630.cms
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                  • #10
                    Swine flu death two
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                    12.30 AM

                    Pune - the city of two patients died of swine flu. In the last two months, six patients died or illness, according to information reported by the Municipal Health Department on Monday.

                    Sindevadi (Tal. Mansion) in man and sasevadi (Tal. Dawn sixty years) of the 27-year-old woman died of swine flu. Both patients were admitted to different hospitals in the city. Since the symptoms of swine flu had been sent to the laboratory for testing samples of liquid in their throat. He was diagnosed with swine flu in the Laboratory report. Swine flu death in the 60-year-old man had high blood pressure in the last four-five years. That was the start of treatment. The dead woman was told by the Department that any disease.

                    Six patients, five patients admitted to different hospitals for treatment of death was swine flu in Pune. Including one patient the municipal sector. The city has a million 52 thousand patients from hospitals in the municipal corporations. 400 patients with suspected swine flu temiphlu a thousand of them have been given this medicine. The illness was kept on ventilator support for six patients, 25 patients have been discharged by the success of the treatment, according to information given.
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                    https://beta1.esakal.com/pune/swine-flu-two-death-33782

                    This brings the state toll to 12 fatalities - Ro
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                    • #11
                      Swine flu claims 13 lives, over 50 cases recorded

                      Pune: At least 13 deaths have been reported due to swine flu (H1N1) virus since the beginning of the year in western Maharashtra, according to medical authorities.
                      Health officials said Pune recorded six deaths since January this year, Solapur recorded three, Aurangabad two and Nashik and Kolhapur one each.
                      More than 50 cases have been recorded across the region, including the northern part of the State and Marathwada. More than half cases are said to be from Pune.
                      At least six patients detected are in a ‘critical’ condition and have been put on ventilator at different city hospitals.

                      http://www.thehindu.com/news/nationa...le17443750.ece

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                      • #12
                        Swine flu claims 26 lives in Maharashtra in three months

                        Umesh Isalkar | TNN | Mar 14, 2017, 03.44 AM IST

                        PUNE: In a sudden rise, 16 people have died of swine flu in Maharashtra in the first 12 days of this month, taking the H1N1 toll to 26 in the state this year, so far.
                        Five swine flu patients, including three from Pune and one each from Pimpri-Chinchwad and Nagpur, are in a critical condition and have been put on ventilator support.
                        A total of 101 people have tested positive for the disease in the state, including 50 from Pune city and 13 from Pimpri-Chinchwad, 11 from Nashik and four each from Kolhapur and Aurangabad. Sporadic cases have also been recorded in Mumbai (2) and Vasai-Virar Municipal Corporation (1).
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                        http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/57621489.cms
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                          46-year-old dies of swine flu

                          TNN | Updated: Mar 15, 2017, 05.58 AM IST


                          NAGPUR: A 46-year-old woman from the city died of swine flu at a private hospital on Sunday. This was the first death of the year due to swine flu, said doctors. Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) health department said the decreased woman was Kalpana Chahale, a resident of Narendra Nagar, South-West Nagpur.
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                          http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/57638416.cms
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                          • #14
                            Five die of swine flu since January in Nashik
                            "There is one more death at the district civil hospital, but it is yet to be ascertained whether it is because of swine flu The report is awaited in couple of days," said Jagdale


                            Mumbai, Mar 19 Five persons have died of swine flu in nashik district of Maharashtra since January 1, a senior official said today.

                            "There was one death each due to swine flu in January and February in the district. Three persons have succumbed to the H1N1 virus so far in March," Suresh Jagdale, Nashik district civil surgeon told PTI.
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                            http://www.outlookindia.com/newsscro...nashik/1010166
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                              14 die of swine flu in Maharashtra in a week, 16 on ventilator

                              Umesh Isalkar | TNN | Updated: Mar 20, 2017, 08.07 AM IST

                              PUNE: As many as 14 people died of swine flu in Maharashtra last week, taking the number of swine flu casualties to 40 since January.
                              A sudden spurt in swine flu deaths has put health authorities on their toes as the virus has claimed 30 lives this month so far. There has also been a perceptible rise in the number of swine flu-infected patients turning critical, with 16 patients currently on ventilator support in different hospitals across the state.
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                              The state health officials have intensified screening of patients having influenza-like illness. "As many as 3.87 lakh patients have been screened since January 1. Among those screened, a total of 4,124 patients, who were suspected to have contracted swine flu, were administered Tamiflu," a state health official said.

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                              http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/57722530.cms
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