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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.tribunnews.com/2012/01/13...r-antarmanusia

    Flu Burung Tak Menular Antarmanusia
    Tribunnews.com - Jumat, 13 Januari 2012 09:53 WIB

    Google translation:

    Bird Flu Not Transmitted human
    Tribunnews.com - Friday, January 13, 2012 9:53 pm
    Journalists report Tribunnews.com, Danang Setiaji

    TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA - Jakarta Health Agency once again confirmed that bird flu is not transmitted from human beings. This is confirmed related death of a citizen, Puguh Dwi Yanto because of bird flu.

    According to the Chief Medical Officer of DKI Emmawati Dien, the results of tests on Puguh nephew namely ASR (5), Puguh contracting the bird flu virus from bird pigeon. ASR previously suffered from a fever, are now allowed to go home because of the results of laboratory tests three times, negative.

    "I confirmed the Agency for Health Research and Development, and correct me if Puguh died of bird flu. Transmission for making contact with the bird pigeon," said Dien, Friday (13/01/2012).

    He said the family had also Puguh checkup. Of the five members of the family Puguh examined, the results were all negative bird flu. "Five friends Puguh also examined and the results were negative. So the transmission of bird flu virus not from person to person," he said.


    Deen added, currently it has provided as many as 50 thousand tamiflu tablets in anticipation of someone contracting the bird flu virus. Three pigeons with pigeons Puguh a companion, had also been destroyed by fire.

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  • Gert van der Hoek
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    Machinetranslation

    Two Bird Flu Suspects Negative

    Thursday, January 12, 2012

    - snip -

    In addition to revealing the results of the test sample Adra, Director General of Control Disease and Environmental Health Tjandra Yoga Aditama Kemenkes also announced the results of Research and Development testing on a youth aged 19 years who also had a suspected bird flu.

    "The initial results last night, the young man also suffered negative bird flu," said Tjandra, Thursday (12 / 1). He said the two men's actions is the picture that the standard procedure handling of bird flu has been running. Indeed the two are not the bird flu patients.

    They entered the hospital solely for the sake of caution. Because they had shown clinical symptoms of exposure to the H5N1 virus include fever, cough and runny nose. Additionally coincidence both have a history of contact with patients confirm (positive) bird flu.

    Media Indonesia

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  • Diane Morin
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    Two people that fever brought Persahabatan. A child of five years, the results proved negative PCRnya several times and was not treated further in the isolation room. While the young age of 19 are still waiting for his confirmation of PCR results (preliminary results yesterday night were negative).

    "Both cases were not the bird flu patients, complaints and symptoms are also only a mild, they are inserted into the RS purely as a form of vigilance and careful attention because it had contact with patients who are positive for bird flu," said Tjandra.

    The results of sample inspection contact others also to this day all negative. However, all standard procedures handling of bird flu in humans has to be implemented according to existing standards, including the prevention of further transmission of such cases in North Jakarta, "he said.

    Meanwhile, the Animal Husbandry Department or the local Animal Health also conducts anticipatory measures in the field. "According to the procedure in the International Health Regulations (IHR), I also sdh reported cases of bird flu positive PCR reply to the WHO," he said.

    The World Health Organization data, in 2012, there were three reported cases in the world, January 5, from China and Egypt, and dated January 10 from Indonesia.

    http://megapolitan.kompas.com/read/2...ntau.Lokasi.PD

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  • Gert van der Hoek
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    Avian influenza ? situation in Indonesia


    11 JANUARY 2012 - The Ministry of Health of Indonesia has announced one new confirmed case of human infection with avian influenza A(H5N1) virus.

    The case is a 23 year-old male from Jakarta Province. He developed symptoms on 31 December 2011, was admitted to hospital on 6 January 2012 and died on 7 January 2012.

    An epidemiological investigation conducted by the Ministry of Health and local health officers indicated that he raised pigeons, and there was a sick pigeon he nursed that subsequently died.

    Laboratory tests have confirmed infection with avian influenza A(H5N1) virus. Of the 183 cases confirmed to date in Indonesia, 151 have been fatal.

    WHO

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  • Gert van der Hoek
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    Update: after 3 negative testresults, the girl is cleared

    Boy 5 Years in North Jakarta Bird Flu-Free

    Rizki Maulana - detikNews

    Tuesday, 01/10/2012

    Jakarta - The results of examination of child suspected (unexpected) bird flu, ASR (5) from North Jakarta declared negative. The examination is performed using the PCR method (Polymerase Chain Reaction) in the department of Friendship. "The result of examination 3 times using the PCR method showed negative results," said team member Dr Friendship bird flu, Dr Elina Burhan, when found AFP, in the department of Friendship, East Jakarta, Tuesday (01/10/2012).

    Elin added, this time the boy was removed from the isolation room to room childcare. But it recognizes still will check further to determine the actual ASR disease. "There is now transferred to the care of children. There will be further treated," he explained. According to Elin, to prevent bird flu the most important thing is to maintain cleanliness. He said if the poultry hygiene is maintained, would not be likely to catch bird flu.

    "Perhaps people have forgotten about how to wash their hands after contact with poultry," he explained. ASR is the nephew of Puguh Dwi Yanto (23), a citizen Sunter, North Jakarta, which died of suspected bird flu virus, since last Sunday (8 / 1). Puguh died after suffering prolonged fever since New Year's Eve.

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  • Gert van der Hoek
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    machinetranslation

    Despite a negative testresult for H5N1, authorities apparently still consider H5N1 as a real possibility to have infected the 5-year-old sister.
    She still is treated like a bird flu patient.


    Close contact SO STRONG INDICATION governance suspect bird flu

    BY: PUSKOM

    JANUARY 10, 2012

    Today (09/01/12), Director of the department of Friendship, dr. Priyanti Z. Soepandi, Sp. P (K); Chairman Dr Tim Bird Flu Friendship, Prasenohadi, PhD, Sp.P (KIC), and AI Team Member Dr Friendship, dr. Strong Tjatur Sagoro, SP. A chronological and explain the current condition of the patient suspect bird flu, A (5 years, female) to a number of the press department of Friendship in the meeting room, Jakarta.

    On occasion, Dr Tim Bird Flu Friendship still observe the patient closely in the isolation room, and awaited the Polymirasea Chain Reaction (PCR) which must be performed three times in order to uphold the verdict if the suspect was declared negative or positive for the H5N1 virus.

    "The results of the first PCR has been established, the result was negative. The second result of this afternoon, and the three new tomorrow, because it just captured this morning ", said Managing Director of the department of Friendship.

    Managing Director of the department of Friendship states that the bird flu inspection borne by the government. When the examination results declared negative, the patient will be immediately removed from the isolation room.
    "If it's out of the bird flu isolation room and declared negative, if conditions allow the patient can go home. However, if it still needs care, tailored to class treatment. If no information confirming that the patients come from poor families, will be exempt from the cost of care ", explains Managing Director of the department of Friendship.

    On occasion, the department of Friendship asserts that the possibility of the patient and his uncle affected by bird flu virus at the same source, is not transmitted from his uncle.

    Patient A (5 years), residents of North Jakarta, has a strong indication as suspect bird flu because it has close contact with his uncle, PDY (23 years) who died of bird flu virus infection. Based on Friendship Dr Tim Bird Flu, patients were found by the local Health Department surveillance team while doing screening at locations around [the location of] the dead.

    "Patients came with complaints of fever and have a history, contact with poultry. So we provide governance since the beginning of bird flu patients ", said dr. Tjatur.

    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

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  • Giuseppe
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    [Source: Straits Times, full text: (LINK).]
    3rd man dies from bird flu in Indonesia: Officials



    ‎10 January ‎2012

    JAKARTA (AFP) - A 24-year-old Indonesian man infected with bird flu died in the capital Jakarta, the health ministry said on Tuesday, in the country's third fatal case in three months.

    (...)
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  • Giuseppe
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    [Source: ANTARA, full text: (LINK).]
    Tamiflu sufficient until end of 2012



    ‎10 January ‎2012

    The stock of tamiflu, a drug for the treatment of flu infections including bird flu, is still sufficient until the end of 2012, Health Minister Endang Rahayu Sedyaningsih said here on Tuesday.

    (...)
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  • Gert van der Hoek
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    machinetranslation

    53 Samples from Poultry Around Puguh's House Are Bird Flu Negative

    Tuesday, January 10, 2012

    JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - A total of 53 blood and feces samples of birds taken around the house victims of bird flu virus, Puguh Dwi Yanto, proved negative for H5N1 virus. So it can be ascertained the conditions in the vicinity of the victim's home safe from the spread of bird flu virus.

    "The test results the poultry from around the scene of the patients affected by bird flu, all negative. So safe," said the head of the Office of Marine and Agricultural Establishments, Ipih Ruyani, at City Hall, Jakarta, Tuesday (10/01/2012).

    Of the 53 samples of these birds, consisting of 12 native chickens, 33 pigeons, two bird chatter, two ornamental birds, and four wild duck. It all proved to be safe from bird flu virus.

    But surveillance remains will be done by his side. To this day, sweeping re-done in three areas namely Semanan in the Village of West Jakarta, East Jakarta District Cipayung and territories in the South Jakarta District of Tevet. This sweeping starts at 12:00 with the last tribe led by the Office related areas.

    "This move is anticipated for the prevention of virus transmission from animals to humans," he explained.

    On occasion, the Department of Marine and Agricultural Establishments also provide counseling related to regional regulation (Regulation) Regulation. 4 of 2007 on Control of Maintenance and Distribution of Poultry in Region of Jakarta. To avoid falling victim of bird flu in Jakarta area.

    Kompas

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/home/...doctors/490207

    5-Year-Old Brother of Bird Flu Victim Cleared by Doctors
    Dofa Fasila | January 10, 2012

    Health authorities in Jakarta on Monday gave the 5-year-old brother of a young man who recently died of bird flu a clean bill of health.

    The toddler, identified only as A.S.R., was hospitalized with a fever and cough on Saturday, the same day his 23-year-old brother, P.D.Y., died of the disease...

    ...Dien said her office, along with the Ministry of Health?s research and development agency, had taken blood samples from about 10 people who had been in close contact with P.D.Y. before his death for testing.

    ?Officials stepped up their monitoring of residents in the surrounding area on Saturday and the intense monitoring will remain in place for two weeks, so we will know immediately if anyone else has been infected,? she said...

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...g-jakarta.html

    Bird flu threat still lurking in Jakarta
    Novia D. Rulistia, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Tue, 01/10/2012 12:21 PM

    A man suspected of being infected with bird flu reportedly died over the weekend, highlighting the continued threat the deadly virus poses in the capital.

    PDY, 23, died on Saturday on his way to the Tangerang public hospital, after being rejected by a hospital charged with treating bird flu patients. He is believed to have been infected with the H5N1 virus from his sick pigeon...

    ...A relative of the latest bird flu victim, identified as ASR, 5, is currently being treated at the Persahabatan hospital but has tested negative for bird flu after several examinations, Dien said.

    She said that among their neighbors, the victim?s family were known to keep pigeons as their pets. It remains unclear whether their pets had been certified as required by a 2007 bylaw on poultry control in Greater Jakarta, which also forbids residents from keeping poultry in backyard farms...

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.mediaindonesia.com/read/2...t-Korban-Jiwa-

    Flu Burung kembali Renggut Korban Jiwa
    Selasa, 10 Januari 2012 00:00 WIB


    Google translation:

    Bird Flu Death Toll re-rip
    Tuesday, January 10, 2012 0:00 pm


    To anticipate the possibility of bird flu outbreak in North Jakarta, the government distributed medicine prophylaxis (prevention) to people who have a history of contact with the victim.

    NOT a year after swallowing dozens of deaths in Padang, West Sumatra, bird flu (avian influenza, H5N1) back to take its toll, earlier this year. Puguh Dwi Yanto, 23, patients with suspected bird flu, died on Sunday (7/12/2011) after seven days of high fever and shortness of breath. The victim was treated at the Hospital Satyanegara Sunter.

    Currently the victim's sister Soraya Ramadani Adra, 5, was treated at Friendship Hospital, East Jakarta, because experiencing similar symptoms, namely fever, cough, and runny nose.

    To anticipate the possibility of bird flu outbreak in North Jakarta, the government was distributing the drug prophylaxis (prevention) to the 10 people who have a history of contact with the victim.


    "In addition to prophylaxis was given, the condition of 10 people will also continue to be monitored and blood samples taken by the officers," said Director General of Disease Control & Environmental Health Ministry Tjandra Yoga Aditama, yesterday, in Jakarta.

    According to Tjandra, provision of prophylaxis according to the procedure prevention of bird flu outbreaks in humans the recommended World Health Organization, WHO. Drug oseltamivir with trademark Tamiflu is one of the prophylactic drug given to patients suspected (unexpected) or positive (confirm) suffering from bird flu.

    Based on the samples studied in the laboratory of Research and Development of Health (National Research and Development) Kemenkes, deceased residents of South New Street Ancol RT 10/RW 6 No 30 Sunter Agung, Tanjung Priok, North Jakarta, was certainly suffering from the H5N1 positive after coming into contact with pigeons pets who die before the New Year.

    In intensive care
    Meanwhile, Adra, from the results of the first Research and Development, have not been exposed to the H5N1 virus. However, until now he is still in intensive care in specialized intensive care patient bird flu Friendship Hospital, East Jakarta, on Saturday (7 / 1).

    "Because he is no contact with victims of bird flu, we treat him as a suspect. To ascertain whether the Adra tested positive for bird flu, the hospital must conduct the examination three times," said Chairman Tim Bird Flu RSUP Tjatur Strong Friendship Dr. Sagoro.

    At the first examination, said Tjatur, the result was negative. It was already done by taking the third examination of saliva and blood samples Adra.

    Director of the department of Friendship Dr Priyanti Soepandi added, it has given Tamiflu drug intake.
    However, the patient's recovery depends on the immune system, viruses, and the environment.

    On the other hand, pascameninggalnya Puguh, North Jakarta Municipal Government held a raid poultry in residential areas Puguh. A total of 27 birds were destroyed by cut and burned. Tribe Department of Animal Husbandry, Fisheries, and Marine (P2K) North Jakarta also found more than 500 domestic birds scattered in the neighborhoods.

    Tim Sudin (P2K) burn a chicken coop livestock owned by a citizen, Amir, along with 27 birds in it, among 20 wild duck, five chickens and two geese. Head of Section P2K North Jakarta, Arifiana said it has taken samples from 43 poultry droppings around the house the victim to be examined in the laboratory Animal Medical Clinic and Fish Establishments. (Tlc / SSR / * / X-8)

    Anata Shah Fitr

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  • Giuseppe
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    [Source: Kompas, full text: (LINK). Automatic translation from Bahasan to English, edited.]

    Indonesia, Jakarta: Relative of Bird Flu Dead Patient in Stable Conditions


    M Clara Wresti | Suprihadi Marcus | Monday, January 9, 2012 | 14:19 pm


    JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com- ASR condition (5), nephew Puguh Dwi Yanto (23) who died of bird flu (Avian Influenza), began to stabilize. Examination of blood samples showed negative results.

    "He's still under our strict supervision. Although the negative lab results and his condition is stable, but we kept watching him with intense," said Chief Medical Officer Emmawati Dien, Monday (09/01/2012).

    ASR is currently still being treated at Friendship Hospital. Adra was originally admitted to hospital Gatot Subroto. But eventually moved to more intensive treatment.
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  • Giuseppe
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    [Source: Kompas, full text: (LINK). Automatic translation from Bahasan to English, edited.]

    Indonesia, Jakarta: Seven Contacts of Deceased Bird Flu Patient Given Tamiflu and observed


    Madina Nusrat | Nasru Nature Aziz | Monday, January 9, 2012 | 11:53 pm


    JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - Seven adults and toddlers who had contact with suspected bird flu, Puguh Dwi Yanto (23), who died, were observed by officers Tribes of North Jakarta Health Office. During the observation, they were asked to consume the antiviral drug known as Tamiflu.

    Control of the Public Health Section Chief Tribes of North Jakarta Health Agency Ati Kusmaningsih argues, the seventh person was a member of the family and neighbors Puguh. They are both parents Puguh, Sriyati (48) and Maryoto (53); brother Puguh, Maya Nurfadilah (26), and his girlfriend, Rasikin (28); and Puguh lover, Lili (22). Two more are under five who is a neighbor Puguh, namely Badr (1.5) and Lizi (5).

    "They should take Tamiflu twice daily for five days. Health conditions will also be monitored for 10 days, "said Ati, Monday (01/09/2012) in Jakarta.

    While the youngest brother Puguh, Adra Soraya Ramadani (5), currently being treated in a special isolation room bird flu patients Friendship Hospital, East Jakarta. According to his mother, Sriyati, Soraya suspected bird flu cough accompanied by severe heat and cold. "Until Monday morning Soraya still being treated," said Sriyati.

    In addition, the apparatus Tribe Department of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Marine North Jakarta has taken a sample of fluid from the anus a few birds and chickens were found around the victim's house in Sunter Agung, Tanjung Priok.

    Head of Animal Husbandry Department Tribe, Fisheries, and Marine North Jakarta Arifiana say, the sample will be examined to determine whether the birds were infected with bird flu or not. According Arifiana, Regulation No. 4 of 2007 prohibits poultry farms in the settlement. Birds that can be maintained only for certified.
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  • Giuseppe
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    [Source: Tribun News, full text: (LINK). Automatic translation from Bahasan to English, edited.]
    Indonesia, Chronology of the event related to the Bird Flu Deaceased Patient in Jakarta, according official report


    Tribunnews.com - Monday, January 9, 2012 18:07 pm



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    TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA - Death Puguh Dwi Yanto (23) aka PGY caused by bird flu. Jakarta Health Office also provides death PGY chronological order citizens more aware of the symptoms of bird flu patients. We held a news conference at City Hall, Chief Medical Officer of DKI, Dien Emmawati, says the PGY poultry keepers of animals, namely pigeons.

    Secretary of the City Mayor of North Jakarta, Tri Kurnia, also confirmed that the PGY maintain normal pigeons to pitted. PGY was suffering from bird flu after a pigeon that maintenance of sick and then died a week earlier.

    Here is a chronology of the death of PGY as released by the Department of Health Establishments:

    - On December 23, 2011, PGY-owned pigeons sick and then die.

    - December 31, 2011, PGY start feel the fever and chills. PGY then consume a febrifuge.

    - Because not improve, on January 3, 2012, PGY went to the hospital and then his body temperature reached 39.2 degrees Celsius. PGY complained he was suffering from nausea, fatigue, and high fever.

    - On January 4, 2012, doctors PGY suspected bird flu. Suspicions arose because PGY known to suffer from shortness of breath and a week before making contact with a dead pigeon.

    - On January 6, 2012, PGY was rushed to the ICU because of his thorax examination results deteriorated.


    - On January 7, 2012, PGY condition reported to the Department Health Establishments around 11:00 pm. PGY was referred to Sulianti Saroso RSPI which is a bird flu referral hospitals. But because the hospital ICU is full, PGY rushed to RSU Tangerang. That same day, at around 22:50 pm, PGY condition beyond help and died.
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