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    Moderator note: As of March 11, 2011, the link to the original Bahasa Indonesia report by DEPKES (the Indonesia Ministry of Health) is no longer active.

    2010 DEPKES H5N1 case reports here.


    INDONESIA, BIRD FLU CASE REPORT UNTIL FEBRUARY 2011

    [Source: Indonesia Ministry of Health, full text in Bahasa Indonesia language, <cite cite="http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/component/content/article/43-newsslider/1426-laporan-kasus-flu-burung-sampai-februari-2011.html">BIRD FLU CASE REPORT UNTIL FEBRUARY 2011</cite>. Automatic translation, edited.]

    BIRD FLU CASE REPORT UNTIL FEBRUARY 2011


    Until the end of February 2011 there is one additional positive cases of bird flu (H5N1), on behalf of M (26 years, P), a resident of Karawang regency in West Java.

    Positively infected by H5N1 cases reported based on the results of the Central Laboratory for Biomedical Research and Pharmaceutical Research and Development Board on 11 February 2011.

    Patients with onset of illness January 30, 2011 with symptoms of fever, cough, tightness, nausea, vomiting and fatigue.

    Patients treated January 30, 2011 to a private clinic in Karawang. Then on February 3, 2011 admitted to a private hospital in ... . During the treatment at the hospital, the patient's condition worsened with severe pneumonia symptoms. Date February 4, 2011 the patient was referred to the hospital. Bird Flu Reference in Bandung, West Java and died on February 8, 2011.

    Risk factors before illness M buy chickens from the market in Karawang on 25 and February 27, 2011 and manage it for dikonsusmsi. In addition, M is also frequently visited his parents' house in Subang Regency, which is endemic bird flu in poultry.

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

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

    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: 52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 30413700, or e-mail address puskom.publik @ yahoo.co.id
    Last edited by Laidback Al; March 12th, 2011, 12:28 AM. Reason: Added note about the link

  • #2
    Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2011

    BIRD FLU CASE REPORT

    There is one additional positive cases of bird flu (H5N1) struck a boy (A, 2 years) resident of Depok, West Java, according to the examination Laboratory Research Center for Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research and Development Agency.
    Patients with onset of illness on February 4, 2011 with symptoms of fever, rash (redness) on the hands, mouth and feet. The next day the doctor private practice and then referred to a private hospital in Depok, but his soul can not be helped.
    The risk factor, a neighbor of victims maintain ornamental birds. Within the last 2 weeks there are 4 tails poultry deaths.
    Team Disease Control and Environmental Health Kemenkes has come down to the field with the local Health Department to conduct prevention efforts.
    Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health, as the focal point of the International Health Regulations, has reported the case to the WHO.
    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: 52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 30413700, or e-mail address puskom.publik @ yahoo.co.idThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , info@depkes.go.id

    http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/co...u-burung-.html

    hat tip to dbg.

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    <table class="contentpaneopen"><tbody><tr><td class="contentheading" width="100%">LAPORAN KASUS FLU BURUNG </td> <td class="buttonheading" align="right" width="100%">
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    </td> <td class="buttonheading" align="right" width="100%">
    </td> </tr> </tbody></table> <table class="contentpaneopen"> <tbody><tr> <td colspan="2" valign="top"> Terdapat tambahan satu kasus positif flu burung (H5N1) menimpa seorang anak laki-laki (A, 2 tahun) warga Kota Depok, Jawa Barat, berdasarkan hasil pemeriksaan Laboratorium Pusat Penelitian Biomedis dan Farmasi Badan Litbangkes.
    Penderita mulai sakit tanggal 4 Februari 2011 dengan gejala demam, rash (kemerahan) di tangan, mulut dan kaki. Keesokan harinya berobat ke dokter praktek swasta kemudian dirujuk ke RS swasta di Depok namun jiwanya tidak dapat ditolong.
    Faktor risiko, tetangga korban memelihara burung hias. Dalam 2 minggu terakhir ada kematian 4 ekor unggas.
    Tim Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan Kemenkes telah turun ke lapangan bersama Dinas Kesehatan setempat untuk melakukan upaya penanggulangan.
    Dirjen Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan, selaku focal point International Health Regulation, telah melaporkan kasus tersebut kepada 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.idThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , info@depkes.go.idThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , kontak@depkes.go.idThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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    • #3
      Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2011

      credits dbg . . . .

      ADDITIONAL CASES OF BIRD FLU


      One further positive cases of bird flu (H5N1) based on the results of laboratory examination of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research Centre for Research and Development Agency on a woman (IL, 31 years) who lives in Bekasi, West Java.

      Patients with onset of illness on February 23, 2011 with symptoms of fever, cough, and shortness of breath. On February 25, 2011 the patient went to the doctor in private practice in Bekasi. Then, referred to the Referral Hospital in East Jakarta and was treated in isolation rooms and given standard therapy, but his soul can not be helped.

      Team Disease Control and Environmental Health Kemenkes has come down to the field with the local Health Department to conduct prevention efforts.

      Risk factors, the victims often went to the market near his house which is about 200 meters. Known around the house, too many citizens who cares for ornamental birds.

      Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health as the focal point of the International Health Regulations has reported the case to WHO

      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: 52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 30413700, or e-mail address puskom.publik @ yahoo.co.id

      http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/co...lu-burung.html

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      <table class="contentpaneopen"><tbody><tr><td class="contentheading" width="100%">TAMBAHAN KASUS FLU BURUNG </td> <td class="buttonheading" align="right" width="100%">
      </td> <td class="buttonheading" align="right" width="100%">
      </td> <td class="buttonheading" align="right" width="100%">
      </td> </tr> </tbody></table> Tambahan satu kasus positif flu burung (H5N1) berdasarkan hasil pemeriksaan Laboratorium Pusat Penelitian Biomedis dan Farmasi Badan Litbangkes pada seorang perempuan (IL, 31 tahun) warga Kota Bekasi Jawa Barat.

      Penderita mulai sakit tanggal 23 Februari 2011 dengan gejala demam, batuk, dan sesak nafas. Pada tanggal 25 Februari 2011 penderita berobat ke dokter praktek swasta di Bekasi. Kemudian, dirujuk ke RS Rujukan di Jakarta Timur dan langsung dirawat di ruang isolasi dan diberikan terapi sesuai standar, namun jiwanya tidak dapat ditolong.

      Tim Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan Kemenkes telah turun ke lapangan bersama Dinas Kesehatan setempat untuk melakukan upaya penanggulangan.

      Faktor risiko, korban sering pergi ke pasar dekat rumahnya yang berjarak sekitar 200 meter. Diketahui di sekitar rumah, juga banyak warga yang memelihara burung hias.

      Dirjen Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan selaku focal point International Health Regulation telah melaporkan kasus tersebut kepada 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
      http://novel-infectious-diseases.blogspot.com/

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      • #4
        Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2011

        machinetranslation

        BIRD FLU CASE REPORT

        Based on the results of the Central Laboratory for Biomedical Research and Technology Association
        Health, An (P, 22 months) who lives in Bekasi, West Java, was positively infected by H5N1 virus.

        An onset of illness on March 2, with symptoms of fever and cough. In the morning went to the referral hospitals
        Bird Flu in East Jakarta. In this hospital patients treated in a special isolation room flu
        birds and given standard therapy. Patient's condition improves and lung X-ray series
        showed improvement so that patient was allowed to go home.

        Team Disease Control and Environmental Health Kemenkes has come down to the field together
        Local Health Department to conduct prevention efforts. Director General of Disease Control
        and Environmental Health as the focal point of IHR (International Health Regulations) have been
        inform the case to the WHO.

        Risk factors, many sufferers around the house residents who maintain ornamental birds. Great Hall
        Veterinary Bogor has taken samples of poultry, H5N1 positive results.

        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:
        5223002, 52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 021-500567, 30413700, or e-mail address
        puskom.publik @ yahoo.co.id, info@depkes.go.id, kontak@depkes.go.id


        MOH/DEPKES


        Translation from Bird Flu Information Corner

        Indonesia ::: Ministry of Health announces additional H5N1 victim

        Posted by Ida on March 23, 2011

        Laboratory of Biomedical and Health Basic Technology Research Center confirmed a positive bird flu H5N1 victim with initial An, a 22 months old female from Bekasi, West Java province.

        An started to feel sick on 2 March 2011 with signs of fever and coughing. She was brought to a bird flu referral hospital in East Jakarta and immediately treated in a bird flu isolation unit and given standard therapy.

        Victim had been discharged from the hospital as her general condition had got better and chest x-ray showed improvement of lung condition.

        Risk factor: ornamental birds rearing is common in victim’s neighborhood. Indonesian Research Center for Veterinary Science in Bogor has taken the bird samples and confirmed positive bird flu H5N1.

        Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health as the focal point of International Health Regulation has informed the case to WHO.

        Source: Indonesia Ministry of Health. http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/co...lu-burung.html



        LAPORAN KASUS FLU BURUNG

        Berdasarkan hasil pemeriksaan Laboratorium Pusat Penelitian Biomedis dan Teknologi Dasar Kesehatan, An (P, 22 bulan) warga Kota Bekasi, Jawa Barat positif terinfeksi virus H5N1.

        An mulai sakit tanggal 2 Maret dengan gejala demam dan batuk. Pagi harinya berobat ke RS Rujukan Flu Burung di Jakarta Timur. Di Rumah Sakit ini penderita langsung dirawat di ruang isolasi khusus flu burung dan diberikan terapi sesuai standar. Kondisi pasien membaik dan hasil rontgen paru serial menunjukkan perbaikan sehingga pasien diperbolehkan pulang.

        Tim Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan Kemenkes telah turun ke lapangan bersama Dinas Kesehatan setempat untuk melakukan upaya penanggulangan. Dirjen Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan selaku focal point IHR (International Health Regulation) telah menginformasikan kasus ini ke WHO.

        Faktor risiko, di sekitar rumah penderita banyak warga yang memelihara burung hias. Balai Besar Veteriner Bogor telah mengambil sampel unggas, hasilnya positif H5N1.

        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: 5223002, 52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 021-500567, 30413700, atau alamat e-mail puskom.publik@yahoo.co.id, info@depkes.go.id, kontak@depkes.go.id
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        • #5
          Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2011

          Originally posted by Laidback Al View Post

          Risk factors, the victims often went to the market near his house which is about 200 meters. Known around the house, too many citizens who cares for ornamental birds.
          From WHO update :

          The case’s mother (see update, 14 March) died of confirmed avian influenza A(H5N1) virus infection one day prior to onset of illness in the new case.

          The child accompanied her mother to the traditional market where live poultry were sold but investigations into the source of infection are ongoing.

          So the surving child of 22 months mentioned in post #4 belonged to the 31 year old mother who died, mentioned in post #3.

          MOH mentioned "ornamental birds" as a risk factor.

          WHO says: they went to a wet market together.

          The child fell ill after the mother died, this could mean human-to-human infection?

          On the other hand: chickens nearby the house were reported to be confirmed H5N1.
          .
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          • #6
            Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2011

            The WHO announcement today says that onset of symptoms for the child was a day after the mother died. The mother was admitted to a private clinic on February 23 and hospitalized on the 28th of February and died on March 1. It depends on when the child last had physical contact with her mother. We assume that the mother was in isolation from at least the 28th on. But I think that there was ample time for H2H transmission before the mother was hospitalized.
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            • #7
              Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2011

              The reported fatality is a woman ; see also this thread: http://www.flutrackers.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=164931

              BIRD FLU CASE UPDATE

              Based on the results of the Central Laboratory for Biomedical Research and Technology Association
              Health Ministry of Health, SS (F, 28 years), a resident of Gunung Kidul Regency, Province
              DIYogyakarta tested positive for bird flu (H5N1).

              Patients experience symptoms of fever with cough and vomiting since March 1, 2011. Patients had
              treatment several times to the paramedics and private clinics between December 6 to 10 March 2011. On 11
              March 2011 patients treated at the health center, and directly referred to private hospitals with
              diagnosis of febrile observation.

              During the treatment at private hospitals, there is no improvement even appear crowded. Two days
              then the patient was referred to the bird flu referral hospital in Yogyakarta. In this referral hospital,
              be handling cases according to the standard, but
              her soul can not be helped.

              Risk factors, patients almost every day go to a traditional market to shop merchandise
              stall. In addition, the patient's family also maintains a few chickens and ducks.

              Kemenkes efforts have been undertaken in cooperation with local health office.
              Meanwhile, Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health Prof. dr. Tjandra Yoga
              Aditama as the focal point of IHR (International Health Regulations) has been informed of the case to
              WHO.

              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:
              5223002, 52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 021-500567, 30413700, or e-mail address
              puskom.publik @ yahoo.co.id, info@depkes.go.id, kontak@depkes.go.id.


              Translation/summary by Ida, Bird Flu Information Corner


              Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta ::: Patient tested positive H5N1

              Posted by Ida on April 1, 2011

              Biomedical and Basic Health Technology Research Center Laboratory of Ministry of Health announced that SS, a 28-year-old female resident of Kabupaten Gunung Kidul, D. I. Yogyakarta province, had been tested positive bird flu (H5N1) infection.

              On 1 march 2011, victim started to suffer of fever, coughing and vomiting. During the period of 6 to 10 March, patient had sought for medical treatment to several health workers and private clinics. On 11 March 2011 patient went to a public health service and then referred to a private hospital with diagnose of febris (fever).

              Her condition was worsened and started to develop breathing difficulty during the hospitalization. Two days later she was referred to a bird flu referral hospital in Yogyakarta, where she received treatment according to the standard procedure. She died in this hospital.

              Risk factors: Victim was frequently visiting a traditional market (almost every day) for buying goods to be sold in her own shop. Victim’s family is rearing several chickens and ducks.

              Control measures have been taken by the Ministry of Health with local health service.

              Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health as the focal point of International Health Regulation has informed the case to WHO.

              Original:

              UPDATE KASUS FLU BURUNG

              Berdasarkan hasil pemeriksaan Laboratorium Pusat Penelitian Biomedis dan Teknologi Dasar Kesehatan Kementerian Kesehatan RI, SS (P, 28 tahun), warga Kabupaten Gunung Kidul, Provinsi D.I.Yogyakarta dinyatakan positif flu burung (H5N1).

              Pasien merasakan gejala demam disertai batuk dan muntah sejak 1 Maret 2011. Pasien sempat berobat beberapa kali ke mantri dan klinik swasta antara tanggal 6-10 Maret 2011. Pada tanggal 11 Maret 2011 penderita berobat ke Puskesmas, dan langsung dirujuk ke rumah sakit swasta dengan diagnosis observasi febris.

              Selama dirawat di rumah sakit swasta, tidak ada perbaikan bahkan muncul sesak. Dua hari kemudian penderita dirujuk ke RS rujukan flu burung di Yogyakarta. Di rumah sakit rujukan ini, dilakukan penanganan kasus sesuai standar, namun jiwanya tidak dapat ditolong.

              Faktor risiko, pasien hampir setiap hari pergi ke pasar tradisional untuk berbelanja barang dagangan warungnya. Disamping itu, keluarga penderita juga memelihara beberapa ekor ayam dan bebek.

              Upaya penanggulangan telah dilakukan Kemenkes bekerjasama dengan Dinas Kesehatan setempat. Sementara itu, Dirjen Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan Prof. dr. Tjandra Yoga Aditama selaku focal point IHR (International Health Regulation) telah menginformasikan 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: 5223002, 52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 021-500567, 30413700, atau alamat e-mail puskom.publik@yahoo.co.id, info@depkes.go.id, kontak@depkes.go.id.

              Depkes
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              • #8
                Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2011

                machinetranslation

                BIRD FLU CASE UNTIL APRIL 2011

                Based on the results of Research and Development Laboratory
                of the Health Ministry of Health, JZ (F, 8 years), in West Jakarta,
                is stated positive for the H5N1 virus (bird flu).

                JZ (F, 8 years) experienced onset of illness on April 1, 2011 with symptoms of fever, cough and sore
                chest. The patient was treated at a AI referral hospital in Jakarta on 8 April 2011 and
                got a case handle in accordance with standard guidelines that apply, but
                the patient could not be helped and died on April 11, 2011.

                Having conducted an epidemiological investigation into the patient's house by the team and the Office of Integrated Kemkes
                Local health, possible risk factors for patients around the house there are many dirty
                wild birds and the mother of the victim twice in the last week to buy chicken from the market.


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

                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:
                52921669, PTRC: 021-500567, or e-mail address puskom.publik @ yahoo.co.id, info@depkes.go.id,
                kontak@depkes.go.id

                http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/co...ril-2011-.html


                KASUS FLU BURUNG SAMPAI APRIL 2011

                Berdasarkan hasil pemeriksaan Laboratorium Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kesehatan Kementerian Kesehatan RI, JZ (P, 8 th) warga Jakarta Barat dinyatakan positif tertular virus H5N1 (flu burung).

                JZ (P, 8 th) mulai sakit pada 1 April 2011 dengan gejala demam, batuk dan nyeri dada. Pasien dirawat di RS Rujukan Flu Burung di Jakarta tanggal 8 April 2011 dan mendapatkan penanganan kasus sesuai dengan pedoman standar yang berlaku, namun pasien tidak tertolong dan meninggal pada tanggal 11 April 2011.

                Setelah dilakukan penyelidikan epidemiologi ke rumah penderita oleh Tim Terpadu Kemkes dan Dinas Kesehatan setempat, kemungkinan faktor risiko di sekitar rumah penderita terdapat banyak kotoran burung liar dan ibu korban pada seminggu terakhir dua kali membeli ayam dari pasar.

                Dirjen Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan Prof. dr. Tjandra Yoga Aditama selaku focal point IHR (International Health Regulation) 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, PTRC: 021-500567, atau alamat e-mail puskom.publik@yahoo.co.id, info@depkes.go.id, kontak@depkes.go.id
                Last edited by Gert van der Hoek; May 13th, 2011, 02:25 AM. Reason: new version of press release - fixing link
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                • #9
                  Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2011

                  BIRD FLU PATIENT Heals

                  KN (F, 1.2 years), North Jakarta resident who tested positive for H5N1 virus (bird flu) based on the results of Laboratory Research and Development Agency Ministry of Health, declared cured after being treated intensively in AI referral hospital in North Jakarta. Until now KN conditions remain healthy.

                  KN started getting ill on 3 April 2011 with symptoms of fever, cough, diarrhea and shortness. The patient recovered from surveillance activities SARI (Severe acute Respiratory Infection), which is coordinated Balitbangkes. She was referred to the hospital on 8 April 2011 and is getting treatment at the referral hospital care with a diagnosis Bronkhopneumoni.

                  To identify risk factors, we conducted an epidemiological investigation into the patient's house and surrounding environment. The strongest risk factor, a week before the ill patient were invited his father to the market near his house to buy free-range chicken and KN participated holding the chicken.

                  Tjandra Yoga Aditama as the focal point of IHR (International Health Reagulation) has informed also about the case to the WHO.

                  http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/co...ng-sembuh.html

                  PASIEN FLU BURUNG SEMBUH

                  KN (P, 1,2 th) warga Jakarta Utara yang dinyatakan positif tertular virus H5N1 (flu burung) berdasarkan hasil pemeriksaan Laboratorium Badan Litbangkes Kementerian Kesehatan, dinyatakan sembuh setelah dirawat secara intensif di RS Rujukan Flu Burung di Jakarta Utara. Hingga kini kondisi KN tetap sehat.

                  KN mulai sakit tanggal 3 April 2011 dengan gejala demam, batuk, diare dan sesak. Pasien ditemukan dari kegiatan Surveillans SARI (Severe Acut Respiratory Infection) yang dikoordinasi Balitbangkes. Ia dirujuk ke rumah sakit tanggal 8 April 2011 dan mendapatkan penanganan perawatan di RS rujukan tersebut dengan diagnosa Bronkhopneumoni.

                  Untuk mengetahui faktor risiko, telah dilakukan penyelidikan epidemiologi ke rumah penderita dan lingkungan sekitar. Faktor risiko yang paling kuat, seminggu sebelum sakit penderita diajak ayahnya ke pasar di dekat rumahnya untuk membeli ayam kampung dan KN ikut memegang ayam tersebut.

                  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, Setjen Kementerian Kesehatan RI. Untuk informasi lebih lanjut dapat menghubungi melalui nomor telepon: 021-52907416-9, faks: 52921669, PTRC: 021-500567, e-mail puskom.publik@yahoo.co.id, info@depkes.go.id; kontak@depkes.go.id
                  Last edited by Gert van der Hoek; June 1st, 2011, 05:31 AM. Reason: Added Indonesian original
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                  • #10
                    Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2011

                    Note - this is the first confirmed H5N1 case by the Indonesian Ministry of Health since June 1, 2011. . .

                    Bird Flu Update - One human case

                    Based on the results of the Laboratory Center for Biomedical Research and Technology Ministry of Health Basic Health Organization, GA (P, 1.1 years) resident of West Jakarta has tested positive for bird flu (H5N1). The patient began to experience symptoms of fever on 8 August 2011. Patients treated at referral hospitals of Avian Influenza in Jakarta on August 23, 2011 and get the handling of cases in accordance with standard guidelines, but patients are not helped and died on August 25, 2011.

                    Based on epidemiological investigation into the patient's house and the surrounding environment by Kemenkes Team and the local health office, obtained a number of possible risk factors. Patients living in the neighborhood residents who raise poultry (chicken), but it's at home catering business there are people who use the materials processed chicken meat. Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health as the focal point Prof.dr.TjandraYoga Aditama IHR (International Health Regulations) have been well informed about the case to the WHO. This information is published by the Center for Public Communication, Secretariat General of the Ministry of Health. For further information please contact via telephone: (021) 52907416-9, fax: (021) 52960661, Quick Response Response Centre (PTRC): 021-500567, or e-mail kontak@depkes.go.id
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                    UPDATE KASUS FLU BURUNG
                    Berdasarkan hasil pemeriksaan Laboratorium Pusat Penelitian Biomedis dan Teknologi Dasar Kesehatan Kementerian Kesehatan RI, GA (P, 1,1 th) warga Jakarta Barat dinyatakan positif flu burung (H5N1).

                    Pasien merasakan gejala demam mulai pada tanggal 8 Agustus 2011. Pasien dirawat di RS Rujukan Flu Burung di Jakarta pada 23 Agustus 2011 dan mendapatkan penanganan kasus sesuai dengan pedoman standar namun pasien tidak tertolong dan meninggal pada tanggal 25 Agustus 2011.
                    Berdasarkan penyelidikan epidemiologi ke rumah penderita dan lingkungan sekitar oleh Tim Terpadu Kemenkes dan Dinas Kesehatan setempat, didapat beberapa kemungkinan faktor risiko. Penderita tinggal di lingkungan warga yang memelihara unggas (ayam), selain itu di rumah penderita terdapat usaha katering yang memakai bahan olahan daging ayam.

                    Direktur Jenderal Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan Prof.dr.TjandraYoga Aditama selaku focal point IHR (International Health Regulation) 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, faksimili: (021)52960661, Pusat Tanggap Respon Cepat (PTRC): 021-500567, atau e-mail kontak@depkes.go.id,


                    http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/be...u-burung-.html

                    hat tip Treyfish
                    http://novel-infectious-diseases.blogspot.com/

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                    • #11
                      Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2011

                      A report via Health Negeriku - This seems to be an alternative information chanel of the Ministry of Health.

                      Issued by "Puskom" this is short for Pusat Komunikasi = Communication Center


                      machinetranslation

                      Health Negeriku is [a] channel sharing information about the activities of the Ministry of Health, either releases issued by the Ministry of Health, photo and video documentation, as well as light posts surrounding the info-health.
                      Report of Bird Flu Cases In Bali

                      BY: Puskom

                      OCTOBER 25, 2011 | 6:20 PM

                      Ministry of Health, "Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health"
                      announced two new cases of H5N1 have been confirmed by the Center for Biomedical and technology
                      Basic Health, Balitbangkes.

                      The first case on behalf of the NRA's initials (F, 5 years), District resident. Bangli, Bali.

                      Symptoms include fever, coughs, colds begin on September 27, 2011 and has been treated but no change.
                      On October 5, 2011 went to local hospital and treated, because of increasing shortness of [breath]
                      then on October 7, 2011 the case was referred to the Avian Influenza referral hospital (Hospital Sanglah) and the
                      dated October 9, 2011 case died.

                      The second case on behalf of the IWA initials (M, 10 years 5 months) brother of the NRA (case 1) District resident.
                      Bangli, Bali.


                      Symptoms of fever began on September 30, 2011 and has been treated but not
                      no change. On 5 October 2011 along with his sister (case 1) went to the Hospital
                      Local and treated, because of increasing shortness then on October 7, 2011 cases were referred to
                      AI referral hospital (Hospital Sanglah) and on October 10, 2011 case died.

                      Epidemiological investigations have been carried into the patient's house and the surrounding environment by Team
                      Kemenkes and Integrated Provincial Health Office and the local district, obtained some
                      other risk factors among poultry cases have lived in the environment where there are many citizens
                      who raise poultry. Besides the death of his poultry and neighbors in the case
                      considerable number of cases of illness before.

                      With the increase in these two cases, the cumulative number of bird flu in Indonesia since 2005
                      up with the news broadcast is 181 cases with 149 deaths.
                      Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health, Prof.. dr. Tjandra Yoga
                      Aditama as a vocal point as the IHR (International Health Regulations) has informed
                      about this case to the WHO.

                      http://sehatnegeriku.com/laporan-kas...urung-di-bali/
                      “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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                      • #12
                        Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2011

                        The same report noted by Gert in the post immediately above (#11) has now been posted on the DEPKES site at:

                        http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/co...g-di-bali.html
                        http://novel-infectious-diseases.blogspot.com/

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                        • #13
                          Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2011

                          Note: the date of the report says "november 3" , however it was not published on that date.

                          On november 7 the sequences from samples of 3 Bali H5N1 fatalities (mother and her 2 children) were published at Gisaid: http://www.flutrackers.com/forum/sho...81&postcount=3



                          machinetranslated

                          BIRD FLU CASE REPORT

                          Jakarta, 3 November 2011

                          Ministry of Health, "Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health"
                          announced a new case of H5N1 have been confirmed by the Center for Biomedical danTeknologi
                          Basic Health, Balitbangkes.

                          The case on behalf of the NP (female, 29 years), residents Bangli District, Bali Province, is
                          parent of the two previous bird flu cases were reported (NRA, female, 5 years and IWA,
                          male 10 years 5 months)
                          . Symptoms of fever began on October 10, 2011.

                          On 15 October 2011, feeling weak, cough, and shortness then went to the emergency room of local hospitals.
                          At the time of referral to the preparation of AI referral hospitals, cases of escape and are found in
                          shaman's house the next day. Because the condition of the case gets weaker and weak with fever
                          and cough, Finally on October 17, 2011 cases died at home. been done
                          epidemiological investigation into the patient's house and the surrounding environment by the Integrated Team Kemenkes
                          and the local health office, obtained a number of possible risk factors such as case
                          memilikki poultry and live in environments where there are many citizens who maintain
                          of poultry. Besides the death of his and neighboring poultry cases in sufficient quantities
                          a lot.

                          With the increase of these cases, the cumulative number of bird flu in Indonesia since 2005
                          up with the news broadcast was 182 cases with 150 deaths.

                          Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health, Prof.. dr. Tjandra Yoga
                          Aditama as the focal point of the International Health Regulations (IHR) have also been informed
                          about this case to the WHO.

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



                          LAPORAN KASUS FLU BURUNG

                          Jakarta, 3 November 2011

                          Kementerian Kesehatan RI, “Direktorat Jenderal Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan” mengumumkan satu kasus baru H5N1 yang telah dikonfirmasi oleh Pusat Biomedis danTeknologi Dasar Kesehatan, Balitbangkes.

                          Kasus atas nama NP (perempuan, 29 tahun), warga Kabupaten Bangli, Provinsi Bali, merupakan orang tua dari kedua kasus flu burung terdahulu yang dilaporkan (NRA, perempuan, 5 tahun dan IWA, laki-laki 10 tahun 5 bulan). Gejala demam mulai pada tanggal 10 Oktober 2011. Pada tanggal 15 Oktober 2011, karena merasa lemas, batuk, dan sesak kemudian berobat ke IGD RSUD setempat. Pada saat persiapan rujukan ke RS Rujukan Flu Burung, kasus melarikan diri dan ditemukan di rumah dukun keesokan harinya. Karena kondisi kasus semakin lemah dan lemas disertai demam dan batuk, akhirnya pada tanggal 17 Oktober 2011 kasus meninggal dunia di rumah. Telah dilakukan penyelidikan epidemiologi ke rumah penderita dan lingkungan sekitar oleh Tim Terpadu Kemenkes dan Dinas Kesehatan setempat, didapat beberapa kemungkinan faktor risiko antara lain kasus memilikki unggas dan tinggal di lingkungan di mana terdapat banyak warga yang memelihara unggas. Selain itu adanya kematian unggas miliknya dan tetangga kasus dalam jumlah cukup banyak.

                          Dengan bertambahnya satu kasus ini, jumlah kumulatif flu burung di Indonesia sejak tahun 2005 sampai dengan berita ini disiarkan adalah 182 kasus dengan 150 kematian.

                          Direktur Jenderal Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan, Prof. dr. Tjandra Yoga Aditama selaku focal point International Health Regulations (IHR) juga 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, atau e-mail info@depkes.go.id, kontak@depkes.go.id.

                          Depkes
                          “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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                          • #14
                            Re: Indonesia - Ministry of Health - Human Bird Flu Reports 2011

                            machinetranslation

                            BIRD FLU CASES IN INDONESIA AND THE WORLD CONTINUE TO DECREASE

                            BY: PUSKOM

                            JANUARY 10, 2012

                            Throughout there are still cases of bird flu in poultry is the possibility of transmission to humans is still there. This means that, although the number of cases of bird flu in the world and Indonesia continued to decline, bird flu remains a threat that must be wary of.

                            "The peak number of cases of bird flu in the world occurred in 2006, where there are 115 cases in the world and 55 of these cases occurred in Indonesia. Currently, the number of cases of bird flu continues to decline. In 2011, there were 11 cases in Indonesia, and 60 cases in the world ", said Prof.. dr. Tjandra Yoga Aditama.

                            Reduction programs Avian Influenza (AI) to be comprehensive in both animals and in humans. Prevention programs are generally conducted in animals, including biosecurity and others. Whereas in humans, outreach done so that people avoid contact with sick poultry, always wash hands with soap used (HWWS), always maintaining health, and medical treatment as soon as the body begins to show signs of illness symptoms. In addition, the readiness of facilities and awareness of health workers must also be constantly prepared and improved.

                            Responding to case of bird flu that has recently occurred in Jakarta, is now carried out epidemiological investigation (PE) into the field. They are in contact with the patient is being monitored and have been given prophylactic or preventive medicine.

                            AI suspect case of patients currently being treated in health services (hospitals) will continue to be treated intensively, while waiting for laboratory result certainty. In addition, genetic analysis of cases of avian influenza virus with the results Polymirasea Chain Reaction (PCR) positive, well done carefully.


                            This information is published by the Center for Public Communication, Secretariat General of the Ministry of Health. For further information please contact via telephone number: 021-52907416-9, fax: 52921669, Response Quick Response Center (PTRC): 021-500567, or e-mail info@depkes.go.id, kontak@depkes.go. id.

                            Sehat Negeriku
                            “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
                            Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

                            ~~~~ Twitter:@GertvanderHoek ~~~ GertvanderHoek@gmail.com ~~~

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