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    One patient in Elisabeth "Suspect" Bird Flu

    KABARSEMARANG.COM - A patient at St Elisabeth Hospital Semarang found "suspect" bird flu. Head of Development of Disease Control and Environmental Health in Central Java Health Office, doctors Rorry Hartono, told journalists on Wednesday (19/12), said it had just received the report of the patient.

    He said the patient was an adult male aged 54 years, resident Sambiroto Semarang district, which is currently undergoing a series of tests.

    Central Java Health Office has deployed a team to conduct the patient's condition, including riyawat contact with poultry, in addition to laboratory tests to ensure the patient's disease.


    "The symptoms of bird flu similar to the common cold, such as cough, runny nose, and high heat above 38 degrees Celsius," he said, accompanied by Borne Disease Control Programme Manager Animals, Penny Setyawati.

    Need researched history of contact with poultry, he said, the incidence of birds died suddenly in a place, but to ensure that the patient needs to do a series of laboratory tests.

    "Laboratory tests will be done quickly, because it relates to the handling of further steps if it proves positive. At least the results are already known two-three days, "said Rorry.

    Semarang City Health Office confirmed reports of patients "suspect" bird flu is currently being treated at St Elisabeth Hospital in Semarang, and still do a check to make the diagnosis of disease.

    Semarang City Health Office Head Widoyono doctor said his team had already coordinated with the Central Java Health Office team to triangulate and comprehensive research on the suspected bird flu infection.

    Currently, he said, the team from the City Health Office with Java health office had gone to the field to do the tracking."We are still waiting for the results, from risk factors, severity, and so on," he said.

    Meanwhile, Head of Public Relations of the St. Elisabeth Hospital in Semarang Probowatie Tjondronegoro said there was one patient "suspect" bird flu are being treated, but still need to do further tests.

    "The symptoms are similar. However, presumably because of the examinations still pictures 'thorax' patients seen yet. We still need to do further tests to confirm the diagnosis, "he said briefly. (*) http://www.kabarsemarang.com/satu-pa...ct-flu-burung/
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    Re: One patient in Elisabeth "Suspect" Bird Flu

    Suspected bird flu victim in Semarang
    Ainur Rohmah, The Jakarta Post, Semarang | Archipelago |[B]Wed, December 19 2012, 7:55 PM
    /B]
    The Central Java Health Agency says it has received a report of a suspected case of bird flu in the province.

    The 54-year-old man, a resident of the Sambiroto subdistrict, was currently under treatment at St. Elisabeth Hospital in Semarang, officials said.


    “The man has been suffering from a cough, a cold and a high fever, with temperature above 38 degrees Celsius,” Rorry Hartono, the agency's disease control and environmental health division chief, said on Wednesday.

    =More than 62,000 ducks have thought to have died from the H5N1 virus in 21 regencies and cities in the province as of Tuesday, according to officials.

    Central Java Animal Husbandry Agency head Whitono said that the virus, which apparently mutated since it was brought to Indonesia via migrating birds, has spread quickly since the first case was reported in the province in September.

    “This case is quite new because bird flu commonly infects chickens,” he said.

    The Central Java Agriculture Agency has distributed 9,300 liters of disinfectant, calling on farmers to report any ducks who have recently died to the agency. (cor/swd)http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...-semarang.html
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    • #3
      Re: Indonesia - Man, 54, hospitalized as suspected bird flu H5N1 - Central Java

      Source: http://www.seputar-indonesia.com/new...erang-semarang

      Kamis 20 Desember 2012
      Flu Burung Serang Semarang

      Google translation:

      Thursday, December 20, 2012
      Bird Flu Attack Semarang

      SEMARANG-After emerging DIY, bird flu viruses that infect humans occurred in the District of Semarang. One person who is still in suspecttersebut currently being treated at St. Elisabeth Hospital in Semarang.

      Head of the Central Java Provincial Health Office revealed Sugihantono Anung, patient sex and boys aged 54 years. During this time, patients stay at Bergas district, Semarang regency. "The patient had ever had contact with poultry as seven chickens bought from the market on 25 November 2012 and then," he said.

      The patient was eating chicken before the rest of the poultry had died suddenly. Patients began experiencing malaise in 1 to December 12. The patient has a cough and buy my own medicine at the pharmacy. Increased patient complaints on Saturday (15/12) due to shortness. Patients were then admitted to the hospital on Monday (17/12) to get intensive care and placed in isolation.

      He emphasized that patients are treated according to governance burung.Pengobatan flu treatment is given according to standards such as antiflu, intact and oxygen delivery in the intensive care. "Patient's condition is now much improved but still observable intensif.Keluarga nobody terindikasigejalaserupa patients," he said .

      Head of Development of Disease Control and Environmental Health Agency of Central Java Rorry Hartono said the patient was undergoing a series of tests to establish the diagnosis. "The symptoms of bird flu similar to the common cold include cough, runny nose and high fever over 38 degrees Celsius," he said. Related to the report, Central Java Health Office has fielded conduct an examination of the patient's condition such as a history of contact with poultry.

      "Laboratory tests will be done quickly, because it relates to the handling of further steps if it proves positive. At least the results are already known two-three days, "he said. Semarang City Health Office head Dr. Widoyono said his team had already coordinated with the provincial health office team to triangulate and comprehensive research on the suspected bird flu infection.

      Problem patients suspect bird flu, Head of Public Relations St Elisabeth Hospital Semarang Probowatie Tjondronegoro admit there was one that was taken care of. "Symptoms are similar. However, it is still suspected because of the patient's thorax examinations picture not visible. We still need to do further tests to confirm the diagnosis, "he said.

      Proactive Citizens

      Ministry of Health (MoH) has called on the public to report to the local health authorities, particularly if the surveillance team is suspected of contracting the flu virus burung.Wakil the Minister of Health (Wamenkes) Mukti Ali Ghufron said a number of actions need to be done if found burung.Pertama flu suspect, residents advised to immediately contact their health or surveillance team assigned to take action quickly if there is information spread bird flu virus outbreak.

      Thus wargayangdidugatertularvirus bird flu tamiflu can simply be kind. "Direct contact of the surveillance team in the local area," Ali said in Jakarta yesterday. In addition to contacting the surveillance team, people suspected of contracting bird flu virus prompted rumahsakituntuk segeradibawa to get treatment, particularly if previously had a history of direct contact with poultry infected with bird flu. Ali explained, so far it is still able to meet the needs of burungdidalamnegeri flu vaccine.

      However, he admitted that the termination of a development project bird flu vaccine plant influences on addressing the needs of the bird flu vaccine. So far the Ministry of Health could not confirm whether a new type of the H5N1 virus that attacks thousands of ducks in Java emerged through the process of migrating birds from overseas or by imported poultry. Deputy Trade Minister Bayu Krisnamurthi said the government decided to stop the import of all kinds of birds from Australia.

      Step halt to the import is done because in the land of kangaroos that appear different kind H7N7.Meski virus, the government felt every animal must be anticipated potential outbreak of bird flu in Java that can be dealt with. "We've responded to the letter the minister of agriculture, and we close the trade from Australia. Although the virus is different, but equally dangerous, "he said. Formerly the Ministry of Health released a suspect bird flu died in Bogor. Based on the results of epidemiological investigations, suspected bird flu patient in direct contact with dead birds in the neighborhood.

      With the increase of the case, the Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health Ministry of Health noted the total number of human bird flu cases since 2005 and now occurs as 192 to 160 cases, death. DIY Health Department also said the two Sleman residents have died from avian influenza viruses. One resident died four months ago, was one suspect who was declared dead a week ago.

      In Kudus, cases of bird flu in poultry also appear after being struck Jepara.Kondisi District became known following the discovery of hundreds of ducks died suddenly in the village Bulungcangkring, District Jekulo, Kudus. According to the Head of Livestock Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Kudus, Sa'adiyah 700 ducks died suddenly report was received on Thursday (13/12) ago.

      In Brebes, duck farmers in the back of the unfortunate Brebes, after tens of thousands of ducks died from bird flu, now replace about 275 chickens died too mendadak.Padahal tails, mean farmers raise chickens due to be safe. So they turned to poultry breeds of chickens. Duladi, 33, breeder duck disentra KelurahanLimbangan, Brebes District asked the government to be able to deal with the issue dead birds.

      On the other hand, two districts in Kulonprogo namely, Lendah and Pengasih in the strict surveillance, linked the spread of bird flu. Strict control imposed because in the two districts, thousands of birds were found dead and infected with H5N1 positive.  hendrati hapsari / andi setiawan / akrom Hazami / sodic / ant

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      • #4
        Re: Indonesia - Man, 54, hospitalized as suspected bird flu H5N1 - Central Java

        Source: http://jaringnews.com/politik-perist...si-lebih-ganas

        Kamis, 20 Desember 2012 15:27 WIB
        Virus Flu Burung Bermutasi Lebih Ganas
        Edy Suprayitno

        Google translation:

        Thursday, December 20, 2012 15:27 PM
        Mutated Bird Flu Virus More Malignant
        Edy Suprayitno

        Patient initials MUK allegedly exposed the H5N1 bird flu virus.

        SEMARANG, Jaringnews.com - A man aged 54 years, currently lying limp in isolation rooms Vincent, Elisabeth Hospital Semarang. Patient initials MUK allegedly exposed the H5N1 bird flu virus.

        According to the PR Elizabeth Hospital in Semarang, Probowati Tjondronegoro, the patient was actually suffering from coughs, colds fever. However, as previously had contact with dead chickens bulk, he seemed scared.

        "The patient has a farm in the area Bergas, Semarang regency. Previous to the death of some poultry birds. Happened over chicken taking care of the dead, his body spasms, fearing that the man reported," said Probowati, Thursday (20/12).

        Early symptoms of cough, cold and heat indicated he had the flu. MUK start hospitalized on Monday (17/12) past and present condition has improved. But for the vigilance, the city health department (DKK) Semarang fielded to inspect.

        Meanwhile, the results of the photo such as piston Elizabeth Hospital and the other shows the patient's condition is good. Meanwhile, the result of DKK new team will come out on Saturday (22/12).

        "Even if so (positive), then we will move to RSUP Kariadi because there has office," said the Probo.

        Separately, Head of the Central Java Provincial Health Office said that the case Anung Sugihantono suspect bird flu was the first time in 2012. In epidemiology, MUK is still in the category of unexpected or suspect because of a history of contact with dead birds.

        "Good governance (patients) as well as bird flu, its handling is split," said Anung.

        Previously, Head of the Central Java Provincial Livestock Whitono said poultry mortality trends in 2012 changed. From September to December 17th about 62 285 ducks in 22 regencies / cities in Central Java died, either because of bird flu or other causes. That is now the concern is death from bird flu.

        The results showed that the H5N1 virus has mutated. The virus is more common in ducks.

        "The virus mutates clede sub-clade 2.3.2 2.3. Clade 2.3 is a newly discovered clade in Indonesia, which is different from the previous AI virus clade 2.1," said Whitono.

        Because mutations that the virus was then known as the duck flu more dangerous than bird flu in general.
        (Eds / Ara)

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        • #5
          Re: Indonesia - Man, 54, hospitalized as suspected bird flu H5N1 - Central Java

          Source: http://www.suaramerdeka.com/v1/index...ke-Rumah-Sakit

          21 Desember 2012
          Pasien Pertama Flu Burung Dirujuk ke Rumah Sakit

          Google translation:

          December 21, 2012
          First Bird Flu Patients Referred to Hospital

          Semarang-A resident Bergas, Semarang regency, M (52), suspected of contracting bird flu virus. Currently, he is in intensive care in the isolation room Room Vincent's Hospital (RS) Elisabeth Semarang. This case stems from seven chickens recently purchased by M on the market suddenly died. Shortly thereafter, he was suffering from flu. Because worry, M took the initiative to check into the hospital. M has been undergoing treatment since Monday (17/12) and at Elisabeth.

          Health condition improved and was able to move. But until yesterday, he was still occupying the isolation room. "Treatment is the same as other flu sufferers. The early symptoms of time here at the person who has the flu, such as shortness of breath and a runny nose. Instead missed, better treated first intensive, "said Head of Public Relations Elisabeth, Probowatie Tjondronegoro, Thursday (20/12). Initially, the time to register to check on Elisabeth, he uses the address Sambiroto Village, District Tembalang, Semarang. Having tracked the original address, was living in Bergas M, Semarang regency.

          "M to be vigilant. He immediately register and provide information about the flu that happened, "said the Probo. By X-ray examination of the thorax was performed. Health Department is also memeriska throat swabs and mucus in the laboratory to determine whether or not exposure to M by the H5N1 virus. Conducted an intensive examination of the Department of Health as an agency that has a lab to determine exposure to the virus. Chief Medical Officer of Central Java, Anung Sugihantono, said it has to record and track the bird flu suspects.

          Semarang District Health Office has also set up posts around the house M to anticipate.
          "Saturday (22/12) estimated the lab results came out. This is the first case of bird flu suspect in Central Java this year, "said Anung. M suspected bird flu infected poultry due to direct contact with the H5N1 virus.
          Throughout this year, cases of bird flu in Central Java has never happened, either suspected (unexpected) and positive exposure to the H5N1 virus. Since November 2011, Central Java Health Office wary bird flu increased in the rainy season with socialization and advocacy in Sukoharjo, Pemalang, Pekalongan, Wonogiri, Holy, Grobogan, Klaten, and Banjarnegara. "A total of 24 clinics have been prepared to anticipate the spread of bird flu in the district," he said.

          Previously, the Department of Animal Husbandry and Animal Health Central Java, Whitono, explains, until Wednesday (19/12), avian influenza (AI) which attacks poultry has killed at least 64,285 ducks (0.78%) of the total population of 8,159,311 tailed ducks in 23 districts / municipalities in the province. In order not to extend, Whitono urged traders do not trade in a sick duck. Moreover, the new AI is considered a zoonotic or can be transmitted to humans.

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            Re: Indonesia - Man, 54, hospitalized as suspected bird flu H5N1 - Central Java

            Suspect Bird Flu - Diagnosis Patients Out Tomorrow

            SEMARANG - Patient suspect bird flu until yesterday still get intensive care in St Elisabeth Hospital. Certainty of diagnosis will be announced on Saturday (22/12). Patient sex men aged 54 years registered as a citizen of Bergas, Semarang regency.

            The patient was still in the Vincent, isolation, under conditions membaik.Gejala flu like cough and colds since entering the hospital on Monday (17/12) has been gradually sembuh.Pasien checked because based on his concerns after several birds were found dead. Head of Public Relations of the St. Elisabeth Hospital in Semarang Probowatie Tjondronegoro revealed, the patient was able to mobilize around the treatment room. "Patients are concerned because he had contact with poultry. Patients are monitored until the diagnostics came out, "he said yesterday.

            The result of the thorax cover photograph shows the condition improves. Care is given according to the procedure suspect bird flu as a precaution. Further action is still awaiting the diagnosis of patient status. "If found (lab results) positive will be referred to the department of Dr. Kariadi. Until today (yesterday) is still suspect bird flu, "he said.

            Meanwhile, the head of the Central Java Provincial Health Office said Anung Sugihantono suspect bird flu case was the first time in 2012. "The patient had a history of contact with poultry that died. Therefore, corresponding countermeasures remain separate governance of bird flu, "he said.

            As reported, the patient's previous medical history was eating poultry that had died suddenly. Patients began experiencing malaise in 1 to 12 December 2012. The patient has a cough and buy my own medicine at the pharmacy. Increased patient complaints on Saturday (15/12) due to complaints sesak.Pasien hospitalized on Monday (17/12) to get intensive care and placed in isolation.

            In the meantime, one of the farmers in Dodogan Hamlet, Navan Rural, District Patebon, Kendal initials Pn also suspected suspect bird flu by keeping thousands of dead ducks. Pn yesterday was inspected Health Department officials. Symptoms are cough, runny nose, and fever.


            Tri Istiqomah health office staff Kendal manager admitted that he had checked Itiknya dead livestock. From the results of the examination, there is one farmer who experience shortness of breath, high fever, and cough. If within 1-2 days has not cured it will be referred to the District Hospital Dr H Soewondo
            http://www.seputar-indonesia.com/new...n-keluar-besok
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              Re: Indonesia - Man, 54, hospitalized as suspected bird flu H5N1 - Central Java

              Originally posted by Treyfish View Post
              . . . .In the meantime, one of the farmers in Dodogan Hamlet, Navan Rural, District Patebon, Kendal initials Pn also suspected suspect bird flu by keeping thousands of dead ducks. Pn yesterday was inspected Health Department officials. Symptoms are cough, runny nose, and fever. . . .

              http://www.seputar-indonesia.com/new...n-keluar-besok
              This quote suggests that another individual, Pn from Dukuh Dodogan, Desa Purwokerto, Kecamatan Patebon, Kendal, is a suspected H5N1 case. This person kept thousands of ducks, some of which died. Pn has symptoms of cough, runny nose, and fever. <object style="position:absolute;z-index:1000" type="application/x-dgnria" id="plugin0" height="0" width="0">

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                Re: Indonesia - Man, 54, hospitalized as suspected bird flu H5N1 - Central Java

                Originally posted by Laidback Al View Post
                This quote suggests that another individual, Pn from Dukuh Dodogan, Desa Purwokerto, Kecamatan Patebon, Kendal, is a suspected H5N1 case. This person kept thousands of ducks, some of which died. Pn has symptoms of cough, runny nose, and fever. <object style="position:absolute;z-index:1000" type="application/x-dgnria" id="plugin0" height="0" width="0">

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                Indonesia: 2nd suspected human bird flu case this week in Central Java
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                • #9
                  Re: Indonesia - Man, 54, hospitalized as suspected bird flu H5N1 - Central Java

                  Negative, Patient Examination Unexpected While AI in Semarang
                  Saturday, December 22, 2012 | 19:59


                  "We've done checks with the method of 'rapid test' and the result was negative. However, still need to be one step further examination."

                  Central Java Health Office revealed that the patient's laboratory results "suspect" avian influenza (AI) from Semarang, while, it was stated negative. "We've done checks with the method of 'rapid test' and the result was negative. however, still need one step further examination," said the head of Central Java Health Office dr. Anung Sugihantono in Semarang, Saturday (22/12). Nevertheless, Anung said, to ensure the results uncertain, it still will conduct its examination of the stages of confirmation. "Examination conducted by the test method and the same place as before. was done to the diagnosis of the patient, "said Anung. Meanwhile, Head of Public Relations St Elisabeth Hospital Semarang Probowatie Tjondronegoro said that the general condition of the better AI. "Patients are still being treated in isolation at Space Vincent. drip hose still attached to ensure the correct patient's condition really 'fit'. however, his condition has gradually improved, "he said. Previously reported that AI, men aged 54 years old from Sambiroto, Tembalang, suspected to have bird flu. He suffered from high fever, cough, and runny nose. To ensure symptoms, intense AI treated in isolation, with close monitoring of the hospital.http://www.beritasatu.com/nasional/8...-semarang.html
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                    Re: Indonesia - Man, 54, hospitalized as suspected bird flu H5N1 - Central Java

                    I wonder if they have developed a test probe for the 2.3.2 clade yet?
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                    Shine upon you,
                    All love surround you,
                    And the pure light within you
                    Guide your way on."

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                    • #11
                      Re: Indonesia - Man, 54, hospitalized as suspected bird flu H5N1 - Central Java- Negative

                      Source: http://www.tribunnews.com/2012/12/25...atakan-negatif


                      Pasien Suspect Flu Burung Dinyatakan Negatif
                      Tribunnews.com - Selasa, 25 Desember 2012 11:33 WIB
                      Laporan Wartawan Tribun Jogja, Bakti Buwono


                      Google translation:

                      Patient Suspect Bird Flu Declared Negative
                      Tribunnews.com - Tuesday, December 25, 2012 11:33 PM
                      Tribune correspondent reports Jogja, Bakti lane

                      TRIBUNNEWS.COM, SEMARANG - The head of the Central Java Provincial Health Anung Sugihantono ensure patient suspect bird flu had the initials of SMEs (54) resident Sambiroto, Semarang in Semarang Elizabeth Hospital bird flu negative. The assurance came after laboratory results of Central Java Health Office, Research and Development RSUP Kariadi and the Ministry of Health declared negative.

                      "The patient may already be home next Monday," said Anung when confirmed Tribun Jogja (Tribunnews Network), Tuesday (12/25/2012).

                      He said the handling of SMEs since according to the procedure stated suspect bird flu. In fact, it gives the standard drug treatment of bird flu to SMEs.

                      Another standard procedure bird flu was observed during the incubation period or 20 days after the suspect was found. Not only patients suspect was observed, but also the citizens of the neighborhood.

                      To ensure the return of SMEs, Anung surrender completely to the hospital and doctors. Do patients need to be observed more or not is up to the treating doctor.

                      "In Kendal also a suspect but the negative as well," said Anung.

                      Editor: David Agustina | Source: Jogja Tribune

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