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  • Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2010

    {Moderator note: previous human cases reported by DEPKES posted here.}

    Press release Ministry of Health , confirming two human cases:

    - a 25-year-old woman in Bekasi/Jakarta; she died
    - a 3-year-old boy from Jakarta, who recovered

    See also this thread: http://www.flutrackers.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=140887


    This press release seems to be a sign of more transparency regarding the bird flu in Indonesia?



    google translated

    Bird Flu Report Year 2010

    Ministry of Health reported in the month of January 2010 there were cases of H5N1, NL (F, 25 y)
    citizens of Jakarta. The patient died on January 25, 2010. Laboratory results revealed
    H5N1 positive. Possible risk factors are contact with poultry.

    In addition, in the routine surveillance activities of influenza like illness (ILI), found a child AD (M, 3
    years 2 months
    ) citizens of Jakarta with mild ILI complaints. Laboratory results showed the H5N1 positive.

    A concerned has recovered his health condition and no longer ILI symptoms.


    This information is published by the Center for Public Communication, Secretariat General of the Ministry of Health.
    For further information please contact via telephone numbers: 021-52907416-9, fax:
    52921669, Call Center: 021-30413700, or e-mail address puskom.publik@yahoo.co.id,
    info@puskom.depkes.go.id, kontak@puskom.depkes.go.id.


    http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/be...ahun-2010.html
    Last edited by Laidback Al; March 12th, 2011, 12:34 AM. Reason: added note
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    Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Bird Flu Reports 2010

    REPORT on CASES of BIRD FLU until April 2010

    Throughout February up to April 2010 there are two additional positive cases of bird flu (H5N1).


    First case is, HA (F, 45 yr), housewife, from Malang. Case was found by routine inspection
    sentinel surveillance Influenza Like Illness (ILI) in the center city.
    Patient came to the Health Center on February 23, 2010 with complaints ILI. Because the Health Center
    a sentinel ILI data collection center will be taking direct specimen
    nasal and throat swab. Results of laboratory examination showed positive patient specimens
    H5N1. When this patient was in good health.

    The second case, JE (F, 4 yr, 8 months) from Pekanbaru, Riau, tested positive for bird flu by
    results of laboratory examination on April 28, 2010.
    JE was experiencing symptoms of fever and taken
    to the hospital on April 19, 2010.
    During the treatment at the Arifin Ahmad Hospital isolation room, an X-ray showed worsening of this patient.
    Patient was treated with maximally existing SOPs and because of severe general condition, the case
    died April 28, 2010.

    This information is published by the Center for Public Communication, Secretariat General of the Ministry of Health officials.
    For further information please contact via telephone numbers: 021-52907416-9, fax:
    52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 30413700, or e-mail address: puskom.publik @ yahoo.co.id,
    info@puskom.depkes.go.id, kontak@puskom.depkes.go.id



    http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/co...pril-2010.html
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    • #3
      Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Bird Flu Reports 2010

      Thanks Dutchy. Maybe DEPKES will start to be more forthcoming and timely about human H5N1 infections in Indonesia.
      http://novel-infectious-diseases.blogspot.com/

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      • #4
        Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Bird Flu Reports 2010

        http://www.who.int/csr/don/2010_05_06/en/index.html

        Avian influenza – situation in Indonesia
        6 May 2010 -- The Ministry of Health of Indonesia has announced two new confirmed cases of human infection with the H5N1 avian influenza virus. A 45-year-old female from the city of Malang in East Java province developed symptoms on 22 February. She recovered and is in a healthy condition. The case disposed of dead chickens in the 4 days before onset of symptoms.

        The second case, a 4-year-old female from the city of Pekanbaru in Riau province developed symptoms on 19 April, was hospitalized on 22 April but died on 28 April. Investigations into the source of infection are ongoing.

        Laboratory tests on both cases confirmed infection with the H5N1 avian influenza virus.

        Of the 165 cases confirmed to date in Indonesia, 136 have been fatal

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        • #5
          Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Bird Flu Reports 2010

          google translated

          BIRD FLU CASE REPORT TO JUNE 2010

          Throughout May s.d. June 2010 there is one additional positive cases of bird flu (H5N1), the
          TFA's name (34 years, P), residents of Jakarta. Positive cases were reported infected with H5N1 by
          Laboratory examination results Biomedical Research Center and Pharmaceutical Research and Development Board dated 4
          June 2010.

          Patient with onset of illness on May 25, 2010 with symptoms of fever, cough, shortness of nausea, and muscle aches.
          Patients treated on 27 May to private practice. A day later to go to private hospitals
          Tangerang. During the treatment in hospital, the patient's condition continued to deteriorate with symptoms of severe pneumonia.
          June 1, the patient was referred to Tangerang General Hospital and died on the same day.
          Risk factors, before getting sick, caring for ornamental plants TFA is often beside the house. In addition TFA
          also often visited in-law's house in the city of Tangerang, which is endemic Flu
          Birds in poultry.

          Based on observations, not found cases of influenza like illness (ILI) on all contacts
          household contact with both cases, neighbors and medical personnel.
          With the addition of one case, the cumulative number of bird flu in Indonesia since 2005 until
          by June 2010 was 166 cases with 137 deaths.

          Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health Prof. dr. Tjandra Yoga Aditama as
          focal points of IHR (International Health Reagulation) has been informed about this case to
          WHO.

          This information is published by Center for Public Communication, Secretariat General of Ministry of Health officials.

          For further information please contact via telephone numbers: 021-52907416-9, fax:
          52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 30413700, or e-mail address:

          puskom.publik @ yahoo.co.id, info@depkes.go.id, kontak@depkes.go.id.


          LAPORAN KASUS FLU BURUNG SAMPAI JUNI 2010

          Sepanjang bulan Mei s.d. Juni 2010 terdapat tambahan satu kasus positif flu burung (H5N1), atas nama TFA (34 tahun, P), warga DKI Jakarta. Kasus dilaporkan positif terinfeksi H5N1 berdasarkan hasil pemeriksaan Laboratorium Pusat Penelitian Biomedis dan Farmasi Badan Litbangkes tanggal 4 Juni 2010.
          Penderita mulai sakit tanggal 25 Mei 2010 dengan gejala demam, batuk, sesak mual, dan nyeri otot. Penderita berobat tanggal 27 Mei ke praktek swasta.

          Sehari kemudian berobat ke RS swasta di Tangerang. Selama dirawat di RS, kondisi pasien makin memburuk dengan gejala pneumonia berat. Tanggal 1 Juni pasien dirujuk ke RSUD Tangerang dan meninggal pada hari yang sama.
          Faktor risiko, sebelum sakit TFA sering merawat tanaman hias di samping rumah. Selain itu TFA juga sering berkunjung di rumah mertuanya di Kota Tangerang yang merupakan daerah endemis Flu Burung pada unggas.

          Berdasarkan observasi, tidak diketemukan kasus influenza like illness (ILI) pada semua kontak dengan kasus baik kontak serumah, tetangga dan tenaga medis.
          Dengan tambahan satu kasus ini, jumlah kumulatif Flu Burung di Indonesia sejak tahun 2005 sampai dengan Juni 2010 adalah 166 kasus dengan 137 kematian.

          Dirjen Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan Prof. dr. Tjandra Yoga Aditama selaku focal point IHR (International Health Reagulation) telah menginformasikan juga tentang kasus ini ke WHO.

          Berita ini disiarkan oleh Pusat Komunikasi Publik, Sekretariat Jenderal Kementerian Kesehatan RI. Untuk informasi lebih lanjut dapat menghubungi melalui nomor telepon: 021-52907416-9, faks: 52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 30413700, atau alamat e-mail :

          puskom.publik@yahoo.co.id, info@depkes.go.id, kontak@depkes.go.id.

          http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/co...juni-2010.html
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            Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Bird Flu Reports 2010

            google translated

            BIRD FLU CASE STATEMENTS TO JULY 2010

            In July 2010 there is one additional positive cases of bird flu (H5N1) in the name of YE (P, 34
            years) who Tangerang district, Banten. Positive cases were reported infected with H5N1 by
            Litbangkes examination dated July 12, 2010.

            YE (P, 34 years) a teacher of high school (SMA) is a private in the Tangerang Regency
            dated July 2, 2010 went to the doctor private practice with symptoms of fever, cough, and pain
            throat. It is not yet healed, two days later, the patient returned back to the doctor's treatment
            private and directly refer to a hospital in the town of Tangerang swatsa.

            During the treatment, patients experienced high fever, headache, sore throat, cough, breathlessness and
            diarrhea. During the three days hospitalized, YE conditions continue to deteriorate. Even on crowded dated July 7, 2010
            increasingly heavy. X-ray results show the existence of severe pneumonia. YE then treated at room
            ICU (intensive care unit) and taken the throat and nasal swab specimens. The patient died
            On that same day at around 13:34 pm.

            The risk factors could not be ascertained. But the information was obtained, ten days before the illness (June
            2010), the patient traveled to Bandar Lampung.
            Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health Prof. dr. Tjandra Yoga Aditama as
            focal points of IHR (International Health Reagulation) has been informed about this case to
            WHO.

            This information is published by the Center for Public Communication, Secretariat General of the Ministry of Health officials.
            For further information please contact via telephone numbers: 021-52907416-9, fax:
            52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 30413700, or e-mail address puskom.publik@yahoo.co.id,
            info@depkes.go.id, ontak@depkes.go.id.

            http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/be...juli-2010.html
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            • #7
              Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Bird Flu Reports 2010

              In 2008, Indonesia refused to report H5N1 infections in a timely manner and flaunted IHR about reportable diseases and infections. 2009 human H5N1 infections in Indonesia were reported on almost the last day of year. Beginning in 2010, Indonesia has been reporting human H5N1 cases more frequently and in the past several months has been reporting the results monthly. As noted in the FluTrackers threads in this subforum there were several reported, and suspected human H5N1 case in August whose results were never made public. The DEPKES report for August should be about due to clarify these uncertainties.
              http://novel-infectious-diseases.blogspot.com/

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              • #8
                Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Bird Flu Reports 2010

                Bird Flu case report until September 2010

                Until the end of September, positive cases of bird flu (H5N1) added two cases, ie MM (M, 35 years) who lives in West Jakarta, and LH (P, 40 years) who Depok West Java, based on the results of the Central Laboratory of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research Research and Development Agency. MM (L, 35 years) onset of illness on August 16, 2010 with symptoms of fever. Two days later went to private clinics. Because pain is not better even gain weight, 2 days later went to the general practitioner who then directly referred to a hospital in West Jakarta.

                On August 24, patients diagnosed with suspected bird flu and taken straight nose and throat swab specimens. However, the patient's condition worsened with severe pneumonia symptoms. Date August 27, 2010 patients died.

                LH (P, 40 years) housewife, began to sick 9 September 2010 with symptoms of fever, cough, and runny nose. On September 12 new patients treated at the emergency room at a hospital in East Jakarta. The next day the patient was treated in another hospital. Three days of treatment, patient condition has not improved, even appeared crowded. Lung X-rays showed a picture of pneumonia. The doctor who treated bird flu suspect then diagnose and refer him to the Friendship Hospital on October 16, 2010.

                In AI referral hospital, the patient was treated in isolation rooms and given standard therapy. Patients also taken specimens of throat and nasal swabs. Lung X-rays showed pneumonia expanding and worsening. Finally the patient died on September 17, 2010.

                Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health as the focal point Kemenkes IHR (International Health Reagulation) has been informed about the case to the WHO.

                http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/co...mber-2010.html
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                • #9
                  Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Bird Flu Reports 2010

                  Via the mainpage of the website of the Ministry of Health at the moment the latest report on bird flu can only be seen abbreviated. So for everybody: here is the original.


                  LAPORAN KASUS FLU BURUNG SAMPAI SEPTEMBER 2010

                  Sampai akhir September, kasus positif flu burung (H5N1) tambah dua kasus, yaitu MM (L, 35 tahun) warga Jakarta Barat, dan LH (P, 40 tahun) warga Kota Depok Jawa Barat, berdasarkan hasil pemeriksaan Laboratorium Pusat Penelitian Biomedis dan Farmasi Badan Litbangkes. MM (L, 35 tahun) mulai sakit tanggal 16 Agustus 2010 dengan gejala demam. Dua hari kemudian berobat ke klinik swasta. Karena sakit belum sembuh bahkan bertambah berat, 2 hari kemudian berobat ke dokter praktek umum yang kemudian langsung dirujuk ke sebuah RS di Jakarta Barat.

                  Pada tanggal 24 Agustus penderita didiagnosis suspek flu burung dan langsung diambil spesimen usap hidung dan tenggorok. Namun kondisi pasien makin memburuk dengan gejala pneumonia berat. Tanggal 27 Agustus 2010 penderita meninggal dunia.

                  LH (P, 40 tahun) ibu rumah tangga, mulai sakit 9 September 2010 dengan gejala demam, batuk, dan pilek. Pada tanggal 12 September penderita baru berobat ke UGD di sebuah RS di Jakarta Timur. Esok harinya penderita dirawat di RS lain. Tiga hari dirawat, keadaan penderita belum membaik, bahkan muncul sesak. Hasil rontgen paru menunjukkan adanya gambaran pneumonia. Dokter yang merawat kemudian mendiagnosis suspek flu burung dan merujuknya ke RS Persahabatan pada tanggal 16 Oktober 2010.

                  Di RS rujukan Flu Burung ini, penderita langsung dirawat di ruang isolasi dan diberikan terapi sesuai standar. Penderita juga diambil spesimen usap tenggorokan dan hidung. Hasil rontgen paru menunjukkan adanya pneumonia yang bertambah luas dan perburukan. Akhirnya penderita meninggal pada tanggal 17 September 2010.

                  Dirjen Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan Kemenkes selaku focal point IHR (International Health Reagulation) telah menginformasikan tentang kasus ini ke WHO.

                  Berita ini disiarkan oleh Pusat Komunikasi Publik, Sekretariat Jenderal Kementerian Kesehatan RI. Untuk informasi lebih lanjut dapat menghubungi melalui nomor telepon: 021-52907416-9, faks: 52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 30413700, atau alamat e-mail puskom.publik@yahoo.co.id, info@depkes.go.id, kontak@depkes.go.id

                  http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/co...mber-2010.html
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                  • #10
                    Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Bird Flu Reports 2010

                    Originally posted by Arkanoid Legent View Post
                    . . . .

                    LH (P, 40 years) housewife, began to sick 9 September 2010 with symptoms of fever, cough, and runny nose. On September 12 new patients treated at the emergency room at a hospital in East Jakarta. The next day the patient was treated in another hospital. Three days of treatment, patient condition has not improved, even appeared crowded. Lung X-rays showed a picture of pneumonia. The doctor who treated bird flu suspect then diagnose and refer him to the Friendship Hospital on October 16, 2010.

                    In AI referral hospital, the patient was treated in isolation rooms and given standard therapy. Patients also taken specimens of throat and nasal swabs. Lung X-rays showed pneumonia expanding and worsening. Finally the patient died on September 17, 2010.
                    There is obviously a mistake in this announcement from DEPKES. The woman could not have been referred to the hospital a month after she died. Most likely she was referred to the hospital on September 16 and died the following day.
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                    • #11
                      Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Bird Flu Reports 2010

                      I was confused by that too and wondered if there is another additional patient that is referred about here?
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                      • #12
                        Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Bird Flu Reports 2010

                        Originally posted by Laidback Al View Post
                        There is obviously a mistake in this announcement from DEPKES. The woman could not have been referred to the hospital a month after she died. Most likely she was referred to the hospital on September 16 and died the following day.
                        Agreed, it did not bother me when reading it, it is obvious. It is good however to signal it.
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                        • #13
                          Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Bird Flu Reports 2010

                          WHO, Avian influenza – situation in Indonesia - update 4 (edited)


                          [Source: World Health Organization, <cite cite="http://www.who.int/csr/don/2010_10_18/en/index.html">WHO | Avian influenza – situation in Indonesia - update 4</cite>. Edited.]

                          Avian influenza – situation in Indonesia - update 4


                          18 October 2010 -- The Ministry of Health of Indonesia has announced two new cases of human infection of H5N1 avian influenza.

                          A 35-year-old male from West Jakarta, Jakarta Province developed symptoms on 16 August, was hospitalized on 20 August and died on 27 August. Initial investigations into the source of his infection suggest a number of sudden chicken deaths occurred around the case’s house a week before onset.

                          The second case, a 40-year-old female from Kota Depok, West Java Province developed symptoms on 9 September, was hospitalized on 12 September and died on 17 September. Initial investigations into the source of her infection suggest exposure at a live bird market.

                          For both cases laboratory tests have confirmed infection with the H5N1 avian influenza virus.

                          Of the 170 cases confirmed to date in Indonesia, 141 have been fatal.
                          -
                          ------

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                          • #14
                            Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Bird Flu Reports 2010

                            It seems this press release mentions:

                            1 confirmed H5N1 case , who entered the hospital as a suspect case. May be she still is a suspect, the press release is not clear to me.
                            On the other hand: reporting a suspect H5N1 case is not what you would expect the Ministry of Health in Indonesia would do.
                            I can't remember reporting a suspect bird flu case ever happened before. Well, you never know.

                            More details on the young woman with H5N1 in this thread: http://www.flutrackers.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=155610

                            1 confirmed H1N1 case

                            More details on the boy with H1N1 in this thread: http://www.flutrackers.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=155559


                            Both patients are treated in Hasan Sadikin Hospital in Bandung, West Java.



                            machinetranslated

                            BIRD FLU CASE REPORT UNTIL NOVEMBER 2010

                            At the end of November 2010 came / emerged the case of bird flu (H5N1) on behalf of Mrs. K (21 yo)

                            and the case H1N1 Child A (7 years) who were treated at Dr. Hasan Sadikin (RSHS).

                            Ny. K (21 yo), located at Jalan Holis Kodya signed on 22 November RSHS
                            2010, enter the status of "suspect H5N1" and is now being treated at room Flamboyan RSHS.

                            Whereas Child A (7 yo), located in Cibodas Regency Bandung, enter RSHS November 17, 2010,
                            current status () positive on the basis of notification from the Ministry of Health Research and Development

                            Number: LB.05.02/I/7574/2010 dated 19 November 2010 and currently also being treated at room
                            RSHS flamboyant.

                            RSHS already reported the case to the National Post Avian Influenza Ministry, Directorate of
                            Medical Services Association, the West Java Provincial Health Office, City Health Office Bandung, and
                            Bandung District Health Office.

                            This information is published by the Center for Public Communication, Secretariat General of the Ministry of Health.
                            For more information please contact via telephone: 021-52907416-9, fax: 021 -
                            52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 30413700, or e-mail address puskom.publik @ yahoo.co.id,
                            info@depkes.go.id, kontak@puskom.depkes.go.id.

                            http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/co...mber-2010.html
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