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  • INDONESIA - Garut Cluster Part III

    Previous Garut cluster thread:
    http://www.flutrackers.com/forum/showthread.php?t=9420

    toggletext-ed from Indonesian:

    The Patient's infectious diseases 'Suspect' Bird Flu in Cikelet 13 people
    August 21, 2006

    Penulis: Sugeng

    Bandung -- MIOL: The Patient suspect bird flu from the Cikelet Village territory, the Cikelet Subdistrict, the Garut Regency, to Monday reached 13 people, three among them positive was infected by the virus H5N1.

    As many as seven patients were still receiving the maintenance, one including being treated in RSUD Dr Slamet Garut, four people in RSHS Bandung and two people in the Cikelet Community Health Centre.

    "We did not yet find the existence cluster in Cikelet. However, the research still continue to was done by us in the field, among them by establishing the special command post in the Rancasalak Village, Cikelet," explained the Section Head the West Javanese Health, Yudi Prayuda, in Bandung, on Monday.

    He added bahwaq the team has from the Department of the Health taken the sample of blood 40 citizens of the family positive casualties bird flu and the citizen that had the story of contact with them. The action was needed to know earlier of the condition for the citizen who at this time was not yet seen terjangkit bird flu.

    Till this Monday in the Cikelet Village, bird flu has it was known spread in seven villages [hamlets], namely Jojok, Rancasalak, Cigandok, Sawah Bera, Pasir Meja, Cibeunteur and Tipar.

    The Garut regent of Agus Supriyadi stated the poultry traffic was in Cikelet closed until 2007 came, to avoid the spreading of the bird flu virus to the other territory.

    While seven patients who still were treated were Yana, 50, the citizen of the Rancasalak Village [hamlet], that was treated in RSUD Dr Slamet, Garut. To last Saturday (19/8), apart from Yana, this hospital also treated Risma, 4, the citizen of the Village [hamlet] of Pasir Meja.

    "However, because the Risma condition continued to improve, his family forced brought came home Risma to Cikelet. We also continued to carry out the co-ordination with the Cikelet Community Health Centre to monitor his condition day after day, explained public relations of RSUD Dr Slamet Garut," the Yogi Prayogi.

    Whereas in the Cikelet Community Health Centre, two citizens who were treated were Ai Rohimah, 10, the citizen of the Jojok Village [hamlet] and Memen, 60, the citizen of the Cibeunteur Village [hamlet].

    "One of the patients will be reconciled to RSUD Dr Slamet, because his condition needed the handling more serious," explained the Yogi.

    Now in RSHS Bandung, the patient who was treated got other, because of the Osin entry, 36, the citizen of the Sawah Beura Village [hamlet], because suffered hot high, and breathless. Osin was the husband Kuraesin, 35, that beforehand has entered RSHS Bandung.

    "When guarding his wife, the temperature of the Osin body rose and his throat was sick. We at once carried out the maintenance and placed him as the patient suspect bird flu," explained the Chairman Tim the Handling of bird flu of RSHS Bandung Hadi Jusuf.

    Apart from Kuraesin and Osin, RSHS Bandung also treated Santi, 6, and Ismawati, 5. Results of the blood inspection both of them the negative terjangkit bird flu, and their condition have begun to improve.

    From 13 patients suspect bird flu from Cikelet, three including being positive terjangkit bird flu, namely Umar, 14, Ai Siti the message, 9 and Euis Lina, 34. Two including dying, namely Ai and Euis Lina, now Umar his condition continued to improve.

    http://www.mediaindo.co.id/berita.asp?id=109333
    ...when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. - Sherlock Holmes

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    Re: INDONESIA - Garut Cluster Part III

    From the previous thread ... thanks, Richard!
    Originally posted by Richard McC
    Latest news from http://www.liputan6.com/view/7,12779...156145572.html

    The case of the assumption of bird flu in Garut, West Java, continued to improve, on Monday (21/8).
    A citizen of the Village of the Stake Mountain, the Cigadog Village, of Cikelet, currently is treated in the Pameungpeuk Community Health Centre because of showing the sign was similar avian influenza.
    He was brought to puskemas late last week after complaining the fever, had a headache, and breathless.
    The community health centre side expected Gilang terjangkit bird flu because of having the story of contact with the poultry.
    Moreover, many poultries around the Gilang house that died suddenly.
    Up to now the class student of two junior secondary schools is still being seen limp and only could lie.
    He was also installed by the infusion.
    Gilang was the 12th bird flu patient from Cikelet.
    Three other people were from the village that was different in the subdistrict stated positive suffered this deadly illness.
    They were Euis Lina and Siti Fatimah -- both of them have died -- and Umar that still was continuing to receive the supervision of the government.
    To ascertain the Gilang illness, the side of the local Health of the Department's Research And Development took the sample of blood and his saliva.
    The taking of the sample of blood was also carried out against the family of Euis Lina in the Gambir Sand Village, the Cigadog Village.
    They who were taken the sample of his blood was the husband Lina, Dadan, and his two children.
    Currently, the three of them often the cough.
    In the meantime, the Umar condition currently increasingly improved.
    These Cikelet villagers could beraktivitas as usual after getting the maintenance of his parents.
    Umar has also gone out the house and played together his friends.
    Did not appear again the fear and the concern although beforehand he was stated positive bird flu.
    The family refused when Umar was returned to the hospital.
    During in the house, Umar only received the maintenance traditionally.
    Results of the last laboratory inspection indicated Umar personally the bird flu negative.
    That was justified by I Nyoman Kandun, Pengendalian Breakingprep Penyakit Director General and Department of Health environmental Sanitation.
    Although Umar was stated recovered, the local community continued to be asked to be on the alert following had the citizen around that was run off with to the hospital because the sign was similar to bird flu.
    Moreover beforehand a citizen died because of being suspected of being affected by this deadly virus.
    The case of bird flu also made name noise of the Cikelet Village.
    Already two name weeks of this village entered the media's national discussions.
    In fact this village only a region was isolated that possibly beforehand almost had not canned be heard reportedly.
    The road that was not yet touched asphalt became the Cikelet marker not too many tasted the development.
    The quality of means the bad road caused the distance from Garut to need time three to four hours.
    For most local communities, lived with the poultry not something that strange.
    Maintained the nonpedigreed chicken almost was done by all the head of household.
    Indeed, the level of the cleanliness in maintained became the problem because they did not have the special pen.
    The cellar became the ideal place for the place of the sheltering poultry.
    However after spreading him related that the potential chicken brought bird flu.
    The previous citizen was willing their poultries were destroyed.
    Ironically, although the plague H5N1 has spread, not all the communities were aware of the threat and how prevented bird flu.
    Still was seen by the inhabitants who maintained the chicken and without the worried feeling of holding direct contact with the poultry.
    In fact the death of the chicken suddenly often happened.
    (the MOTHER/the Echo Setya Budi)
    ...when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. - Sherlock Holmes

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    • #3
      Re: INDONESIA - Garut Cluster Part III

      Also from the previous thread:
      Originally posted by Niko
      Originally posted by vaffie
      Has Indonesia's Monday news come out yet on what's going on with this cluster? It sounds pretty serious to me.
      From the Jakarta Post:
      In observance of the Ascension Day of Prophet Muhammad, The Jakarta Post will not be published on Monday. The Post will reappear Tuesday.

      -- Publisher
      Not sure about the other publications
      ...when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. - Sherlock Holmes

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      • #4
        Re: INDONESIA - Garut Cluster Part III

        Husband of Euis Lina + 2 other of their children presenting with cough, being tested:
        Originally posted by Richard McC - post #2
        The taking of the sample of blood was also carried out against the family of Euis Lina in the Pasir Gambir Village [hamlet], the Cigadog Village. They who were taken the sample of his blood was the husband [Euis] Lina, Dadan, and his two children. Currently, the three of them often the cough.
        ...when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. - Sherlock Holmes

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        • #5
          Re: INDONESIA - Garut Cluster Part III

          Originally posted by Post #1
          the research still continue to was done by us in the field, among them by establishing the special command post in the Rancasalak Village, Cikelet," explained the Section Head the West Javanese Health, Yudi Prayuda, in Bandung, on Monday.
          toggletext-ed from Indonesian:

          The CONSTRUCTIVE GOVERNMENT of the HEALTH COMMAND POST in CIKEULET
          August 21, 2006

          Metrotvnews.com, Garut: The citizen of the Ranca Salak Village and Tipar, the Cikeulet Subdistrict, of Garut, till at this time still was covered by the upper concern spread him the bird flu virus. Therefore, every day hundreds of citizens in this area memeriksakan their health in the health command post that was built. They were also given medicine tamiflu to prevent the entry of the virus H5N1. The citizen was seen very enthusiastic memeriksakan himself in the command post.

          Apart from the check-up, the team of the health from the Department of the Health also gave information concerning the development terkini concerning bird flu in order to reduces their worried feeling. The citizen claimed still really khawtir datas spread him the bird flu virus and hoped this illness could be immediately overcome.

          http://www.metrotvnews.com/berita.asp?id=22628
          ...when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. - Sherlock Holmes

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          • #6
            Re: INDONESIA - Garut Cluster Part III

            Ten show of signs of bird flu in W. Java
            August 21, 2006

            Yuli Tri Suwarni, The Jakarta Post, Bandung

            A young boy with symptoms of bird flu was rushed to Garut hospital in West Java on Saturday, raising the official number of people suspected of having bird flu from Cikelet village to 10 and pushing health authorities to widen an investigation into a potential bird flu cluster.

            The new patient, a five-year-old boy identified as R, is a resident of Rancamareme hamlet and the brother of a young girl also identified as R, who died two weeks ago after showing bird flu symptoms. No blood test was conducted on the girl to confirm that she had died of the disease.

            Head of the West Java Health Office, Yudi Prayudha, said there were a total of 10 patients from five hamlets in Cikelet and Cigadog villages, located some 130 kilometers south of Garut city who had shown symptoms of bird flu.

            He said the office's health team had taken blood samples from 40 residents who had a history of contact with people confirmed as having bird flu and those suspected of having the disease.

            "We've also set up a special post in Rancasalah hamlet in Cikelet to provide prompt treatment for residents suffering from high fever to do the most we can for those in the villages," Yudi said Saturday in Bandung.


            Cikelet and Cigadog are hard to reach due to poor road access.

            With the admission of the young boy to the hospital, the official number of people suspected of having contracted bird flu released by the health office stood at 10, excluding a nine-year-old girl identified as D who died last week of what was initially thought to be typhoid. Since D had been diagnosed with typhoid, the hospital did not take a blood sample to be tested for bird flu.

            A nine-year-old girl, identified as A, died Tuesday of bird flu, while a 14-year-old boy, identified as U, is recovering at home after local tests confirmed he had the disease. Four other people from the village had died with symptoms of bird flu before tests could be done.

            "He (U) is happy in his village and has recovered," Runizar Roesin of the Bird Flu Information Center told AFP on Saturday.

            Two other children from the village who were thought to have bird flu -- a six-year-old girl identified as I and an eight-year-old girl identified as S -- are also recovering. The first polymerize chain reaction (PCR) test taken on the two by Hasan Sadikin Hospital in Bandung, where they were being treated, have shown they were H5N1 negative.

            "But they cannot be declared completely free since there's still a need for a second and third test," Hasan Sadikin's director Cissy Rachiana Prawira, said.

            The hospital sent a blood sample of another patient who is also from the same village, 32-year-old EK, for testing Saturday. The woman, who is 14 weeks pregnant, was admitted Friday and is recovering.

            The rising number of people with bird flu symptoms from the village has raised fears of a new cluster of the disease in the province, which ranks first in the country with bird flu.

            But head of the National Committee for Avian Influenza Control and Pandemic Preparedness, Bayu Krisnamurthi, has played down the fears, saying the cases are not clusters because they were from different hamlets.

            According to Health Ministry figures, 46 Indonesians have died of bird flu since the first case diagnosed in humans here in June last year. It is the world's highest number of fatalities.

            Yudi said that a study conducted by the West Java Health Office, the Health Ministry, the World Health Organization and residents' testimony found that poultry began to die in the village of bird flu in June this year while in August several people began to show symptoms of avian influenza otherwise known as the H5N1 virus.

            "But we just detected the virus' spread last Friday after the boy, U, tested positive for the virus," he said.

            http://www.thejakartapost.com/detail...820.@01&irec=0
            ...when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. - Sherlock Holmes

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            • #7
              Risma's sister died 2 weeks ago of unknown causes

              20 Aug 2006 02:52 GMT DJ
              Indonesia Steps Up Probe Into W Java Bird Flu Cluster

              Copyright ? 2006, Dow Jones Newswires

              JAKARTA (AP) -- Indonesia stepped up an investigation into a possible cluster of bird flu cases in West Java province Sunday after a young girl, teenaged boy and an elderly man were hospitalized with symptoms of the disease, bringing the number of suspected cases to 12. Those admitted in the last 24 hours were a 4-year-old girl, a 14-year-old boy and a 60-year-old man.

              Laboratory tests are not yet back for the 4-year-old girl [this is Risma], who was rushed to Dr. Slamet Hospital in Garut Saturday after suffering from a high fever and respiratory problems. Her sister passed away two weeks ago before the cause of death could be determined.

              Both came from Cikelet, a West Java hamlet 150 kilometers (90 miles) southeast of the capital Jakarta, where there have been eight other human cases of confirmed or suspected bird flu, raising concerns of a possible new cluster.

              "Our team of health officials is collecting all data and information we can from the area," said Nyoman Kandun, the health ministry's director general of communicable disease control, calling the Cikelet case "extraordinary."

              The H5N1 virus has killed at least 140 people worldwide since it began ravaging Asian poultry stocks in late 2003, 45 of them in Indonesia, the worst-affected country, according to the World Health Organization.

              Most people have been infected after coming into contact with sick birds, but experts fear the virus could mutate into a form that spreads easily among humans, potentially sparking a pandemic.

              http://framehosting.dowjonesnews.com...4260000&Take=2
              ...when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. - Sherlock Holmes

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              • #8
                Re: INDONESIA - Garut Cluster Part III

                From http://www.metrotvnews.com

                The government appears to have set up a 'command post' and be distributing Tamiflu to all comers. I presume that "the citizen" quoted here is some kind of local official. A chocolate for anyone who can interpret the last sentence...:


                "The citizen of the Ranca Salak Village and Tipar, the Cikeulet Subdistrict, of Garut, till at this time still was covered by the upper concern spread him the bird flu virus.
                Therefore, every day hundreds of citizens in this area memeriksakan their health in the health command post that was built.
                They were also given medicine tamiflu to prevent the entry of the virus H5N1.
                The citizen was seen very enthusiastic memeriksakan himself in the command post.
                Apart from the check-up, the team of the health from the Department of the Health also gave information concerning the development terkini concerning bird flu in order to reduces their worried feeling.
                The citizen claimed still really khawtir datas spread him the bird flu virus and hoped this illness could be immediately overcome."

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                • #9
                  Re: INDONESIA - Garut Cluster Part III

                  Originally posted by Theresa42
                  Originally posted by Richard McC - post #2
                  The taking of the sample of blood was also carried out against the family of Euis Lina in the Pasir Gambir Village [hamlet], the Cigadog Village. They who were taken the sample of his blood was the husband [Euis] Lina, Dadan, and his two children. Currently, the three of them often the cough.
                  Husband of Euis Lina + 2 other of their children presenting with cough, being tested:
                  toggletext-ed from Indonesian:

                  Three members casualties's FAMILY BIRD FLU fell ill
                  August 21, 2006

                  Three members of the Village of the citizen's family Cigadog Pasir Gambir, Garut, West Java, that was casualties's family that dies with the sign similar to bird flu, currently fell ill. The family's three members tesebut consisted Dadan, head of household, and two children the Woman "E". Beforehand, the Woman "E" and a child him have the initials "DI" died in space of the isolation of Hospital bird flu Doctor Selamet, Garut, last August.

                  The team of the Service doctor the Health of the Centre melaukan the taking of the sample of blood to confirm kedaaan the family tserbut. This family had a membership of five people, two including dying with the sign similar to bird flu. The taking of the sample was carried out routinely to monitor their condition.

                  http://www.metrotvnews.com/berita.asp?id=22620
                  ...when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. - Sherlock Holmes

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                  • #10
                    Re: INDONESIA - Garut Cluster Part III

                    Originally posted by Richard McC
                    From http://www.metrotvnews.com

                    The government appears to have set up a 'command post' and be distributing Tamiflu to all comers. I presume that "the citizen" quoted here is some kind of local official. A chocolate for anyone who can interpret the last sentence...:


                    "The citizen of the Ranca Salak Village and Tipar, the Cikeulet Subdistrict, of Garut, till at this time still was covered by the upper concern spread him the bird flu virus.
                    Therefore, every day hundreds of citizens in this area memeriksakan their health in the health command post that was built.
                    They were also given medicine tamiflu to prevent the entry of the virus H5N1.
                    The citizen was seen very enthusiastic memeriksakan himself in the command post.
                    Apart from the check-up, the team of the health from the Department of the Health also gave information concerning the development terkini concerning bird flu in order to reduces their worried feeling.
                    The citizen claimed still really khawtir datas spread him the bird flu virus and hoped this illness could be immediately overcome."
                    Well, khawtir -- or khawatir -- gets translated by toggletext as "concerned" -- so, the people of the area (citizens) said they are still concerned about the information/possibility(?) of the spread of the bird flu virus ... and hoped this illness could be immediately overcome.

                    I prefer dark chocolate.
                    ...when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. - Sherlock Holmes

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                    • #11
                      Re: INDONESIA - Garut Cluster Part III

                      Can someone do a recap on Indonesia?

                      Suspected? Location?

                      Active infections? Location?

                      Deaths? Location?


                      Thanks.

                      S.

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                      • #12
                        Re: INDONESIA - Garut Cluster Part III

                        I didn't see this posted yet.

                        http://www.metrotvnews.com/berita.asp?id=22611

                        The department of the Health said, till at this time the case of bird flu that was stated positive in Indonesia achieved 61 cases, including the newest case in Garut and Bekasi, West Java.
                        From the number, 46 pointed cases in the death.
                        This data already including the newest case in Bekasi and Garut.
                        The Department's data of the Health mentioned, Nursifa, the patient from Bekasi, West Java, positive bird flu.
                        Nursifa was since last Friday treated in the Infection Hospital (RSPI) Sulianti Saroso, Jakarta North.
                        Now in the Garut Regency, there were nine people terjangkit the sign was similar to bird flu, two people including being stated positive, that is Umar and Ai Siti Aminah.
                        Two other people were stated by the negative, that is Ismawati and Santi.
                        Both of them were still being treated in the Handsome Sadikin Hospital, Bandung, including a patient who still was observed, that is Kuraesin.
                        While four other people died before could be checked and treated in the hospital.

                        [I can't find Nursifa on my list????]

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                        • #13
                          Re: INDONESIA - Garut Cluster Part III

                          Nursifa is not in the cluster, but is from Bekasi near Jakarta.

                          I have counted 22 suspect cases by name; hopefully many of these will be negative.

                          6 deaths, a few apparent recoveries.

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                          • #14
                            Re: INDONESIA - Garut Cluster Part III

                            Thank you Richard McC. I just realized that as I sat back down here. Not part of Garut cluster.

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                            • #15
                              Mother and daughter die of bird flu in Indonesia

                              <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=pagina-data>21 August, 2006</TD><TD align=right></TD></TR><TR><TD class=pagina-occhiello colSpan=2>INDONESIA</TD></TR><TR><TD class=pagina-titolo colSpan=2>Mother and daughter die of bird flu in Indonesia</TD></TR><TR><TD colSpan=2 height=10></TD></TR><TR><TD class=pagina-sottotitolo colSpan=2>Although bird flu was not confirmed as cause of death in daughter, it is feared that their deaths might be due to direct contact. In one village at least 12 people fall ill to the disease.</TD></TR><TR><TD colSpan=2 height=10></TD></TR><TR><TD class=pagina vAlign=top colSpan=2><TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 align=right border=0><TBODY><TR><TD>

                              </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>Jakarta (AsiaNews/Agencies) ? In Indonesia there are more fears about a new bird flu outbreak after it was confirmed that Eius Lina, a 35 year-old woman who died last Thursday at Dr Slamet Hospital, had the bird flu. She is among at least 12 suspected cases of the disease in the West Javan village of Cikelet, 150 km southeast of Jakarta. Her nine-year-old daughter died two weeks ago, but she was buried before any tissue samples were taken for testing.
                              ?We did not take her [daughter's] specimens, so we don't know whether she is positive or negative,? I Nyoman Kandun, Indonesia's director general of communicable disease control, said. ?It seems she had the same symptoms - pneumonia, breathlessness. If the daughter was also positive we can say this is a cluster family.?
                              Officials said they were collecting samples from others who may have been in contact with the family of the woman, who was the 46th death in Indonesia.
                              Local poultry is described as rife with the H5N1 virus and a team from the health ministry, local authorities and the World Health Organisation are in the area investigating.
                              Dr Slamet Hospital spokesman Yogi Suprayogi said that on Saturday three other villagers were hospitalised.
                              ?We suspect there is a possibility of cluster,? Health Minister Siti Fadillah Supari said.
                              Bayu Krisnamurthi, head of the national committee on Avian Influenza Control and Pandemic Preparedness, said yesterday that more than 4,000 birds had been culled in the area. He added that since patients came from various areas he believed no human-to-human transmission had occurred. (PB)

                              </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>http://www.asianews.it/view.php?l=en&art=6990

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