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  • Indonesia - DEPKES Confirms New Human H5N1 Case May 2010, WHO Confirmed

    Bird FLU CASE STATEMENTS TO JUNE 2010

    Throughout May s.d. June 2010 there is one additional positive cases of bird flu (H5N1), on behalf of TFA (34 years, F), residents of Jakarta. Positively infected by H5N1 cases were reported according to the examination Laboratory Research Center for Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research and Development Agency dated June 4, 2010.

    Patients 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 in 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 bird flu in poultry.

    Based on observations, not found cases of influenza like illness (ILI) on all contacts with both the case of household contact, neighbors and medical personnel.

    With the addition of one case, the cumulative number of bird flu in Indonesia since 2005 until June 2010 was 166 cases with 137 deaths.

    Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health Prof. dr. Tjandra Yoga Aditama as the focal point of the IHR (International Health Regulation) has also informed about the cases to the WHO.

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    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.

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

    credits to dbg for translation.
    http://novel-infectious-diseases.blogspot.com/

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    Re: Indonesia - DEPKES Confirms New Human H5N1 Case

    This case doesn't seem related directly to birds.

    Just like other recent cases.

    In 1 recent case MOH said poultry was "a possible risk factor".

    The case has been reported to WHO, I am happy with that.

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    • #3
      Re: Indonesia - DEPKES Confirms New Human H5N1 Case

      From Bird Flu Information Corner

      Jakarta ::: Government announces a H5N1 positive case during May to June 2010

      Posted by Ida on July 2, 2010

      Jakarta – Ministry of Health reported an additional bird flu (H5N1) positive during May to June 2010. Victim is a 34 years old female with initial TFA, a resident of Jakarta.

      “Victim is stated positively contracting H5N1 by Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research Center, Ministry of Health, on June 4th 2010,” announced General Director of Disease Control and Environmental Health (Dirjen Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan/P2PL), Ministry of Health, Tjandra Yoga Aditama in Jakarta, Thursday (1/7).

      Victim started to feel sick on 25 May 2010 with signs fever, coughing, breathing difficulty, nausea and muscle pain. She came to a private clinic on 27 May, and then continued to get medical care to a private hospital in Tangerang on the next day.

      “During hospitalization, she was worsening with severe pneumonia. On June 1 she was referred to Tangerang regional hospital and died within the same day,” said Tjandra.

      Before the illness, victim was having hobby of growing ornament plants in her yard, which is said as one of risk factor of infection. She was also reported to have had visited her parents in-law in Tangerang city, a bird flu endemic area.

      There is no influenza like illness symptom reported on victim’s contacts within household, neighborhood or health workers.

      The case has added total cumulative of bird flu cases in Indonesia since 2005 to June 2010 to 166 cases with 137 deaths.

      This case has been reported to WHO by its representative, Dirjen P2PL.

      Source: Indonesia Ministry of Communication and Information. http://bipnewsroom.info/index.php?&n...k=loadnews.php

      http://birdflucorner.wordpress.com/
      “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
      Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

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      • #4
        Re: Indonesia - Kalimantan - 2 children in hospitalized with H1N1 - 2 hospitalized with suspect bird flu

        WHO, Avian influenza – situation in Indonesia - update (July 5 2010, edited)

        [Source: World Health Organization, <cite cite="http://www.who.int/csr/don/2010_07_05/en/index.html">WHO | Avian influenza – situation in Indonesia - update</cite>. Edited.]

        Avian influenza – situation in Indonesia - update

        5 July 2010


        The Ministry of Health of Indonesia has announced a new case of human infection of H5N1 avian influenza.

        A 34-year-old female from South Jakarta District, DKI Jakarta Province developed symptoms on 25 May, was hospitalized on 27 May and died on 1 June.

        Laboratory tests were positive for H5N1 virus infection.

        The case was possibly infected from environmental exposure to manure in her plant nursery.

        Of the 166 cases confirmed to date in Indonesia, 137 have been fatal.
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        • #5
          WHO, Avian influenza – situation in Indonesia - update (July 5 2010, edited): 34 year old female from South Jakarta (died on June 1 2010)

          WHO, Avian influenza – situation in Indonesia - update (July 5 2010, edited)

          [Source: World Health Organization, <cite cite="http://www.who.int/csr/don/2010_07_05/en/index.html">WHO | Avian influenza – situation in Indonesia - update</cite>. Edited.]

          Avian influenza – situation in Indonesia - update

          5 July 2010


          The Ministry of Health of Indonesia has announced a new case of human infection of H5N1 avian influenza.

          A 34-year-old female from South Jakarta District, DKI Jakarta Province developed symptoms on 25 May, was hospitalized on 27 May and died on 1 June.

          Laboratory tests were positive for H5N1 virus infection.

          The case was possibly infected from environmental exposure to manure in her plant nursery.

          Of the 166 cases confirmed to date in Indonesia, 137 have been fatal.
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