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  • Indonesia: H5N1 suspected in death of Bekasi, W. Java toddler - Confirmed

    Source: http://www.108csr.com/default/news/2...kit-Flu-Burung

    Seorang Balita di Bekasi Tewas Diduga Terjangkit Flu Burung
    Rabu, 19 Juni 2013 19:30

    Google translation:

    A Toddler Killed in Bekasi Suspected Bird Flu
    Wednesday, June 19, 2013 19:30


    108CSR.com - Respati Bagasse Prasetyo, 2.6 year old baby died allegedly due to H5N1 virus or bird flu. Citizens Housing BTN Masnaga, Jakamulya, Southern District of Bekasi, Bekasi, West Java, died at Friendship Hospital, Jakarta.


    Before he died, the son of Respati Seno Putro and Emmy Diah Susanti was treated in RS Hermina, Galaxi, Bekasi South and Hermina on Prosperity Road, Bekasi. Bagasse was admitted since Saturday (15/6) when experiencing fever and shortness of breath.


    "Tuesday night, Hermina doctor told me, if my child is positive (Bird Flu)," Seno said, Bagasse parents told reporters in Calcutta on Wednesday (19/06).


    Notification is not without reason. Therefore, the previous team Bekasi City Health Department and the Health Research and Development Ministry took samples of blood and the white fluid that almost cover the entire lung Bagasse on Tuesday (18/9) afternoon.



    Nevertheless, Bagasse on Wednesday (19/06) morning was referred to the Friendship Hospital, Jakarta. However, after treatment for 30 minutes, Bagasse declared dead.


    When confirmed by the reporter, the Friendship Hospital, Jakarta, said he could not conclude Bagasse related illness. It was still awaiting the results of research from the Ministry of Health Research.



    At present, the body has no idea interred at the funeral home on BTN Masnaga Housing Block C Jalan Bondol 13 RT 003/004, Jakamulya South Bekasi, due consideration of her illness. The body was buried at Pondok Kelapa cemetery.


    (ard / int)

  • #2
    Re: Indonesia: H5N1 suspected in death of Bekasi, W. Java toddler

    Source: http://www.tempo.co/read/news/2013/06/19/214489648

    Rabu, 19 Juni 2013 | 22:00 WIB
    RS Persahabatan: Bocah Meninggal Akibat Flu Burung

    Google translation:


    Wednesday, June 19, 2013 | 22:00 pm
    RS Friendship: Boy Dies of Bird Flu


    TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Friendship Hospital, East Jakarta justify the 2.5-year-old boy from Bekasi, died because his life was not helped due to the bird flu virus. This morning, the boy was taken to hospital on referral from Friendship Hospital Hermina Bekasi Prosperity South.

    "Yeah right, a survivor medical team treated bird flu Friendship Hospital, because it is based on a letter of reference," said Duty Manager Friendship Hospital, Suminarti Tempo, Wednesday, June 19, 2013.

    When taken to the Friendship Hospital, the patient's condition has declined. "The team immediately took action, but his life was not helped," he said. However, Suminarti can not explain the patient's condition at the time referred to death. "We can not explain it, which should answer the patient's condition just Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Peyehatan Environment (P2PL) Ministry of Health," said Suminarti.

    The boy died allegedly due to the bird flu virus. Victim was treated at Galaxy Hermina Hospital, South Bekasi, last week. Two days later, the victim was referred to Hermina Hospital Prosperity, South Bekasi, on the grounds to be treated more intensively.

    Initial alleged victim's family have contracted the bird flu virus from your treating physician at Hermina Hospital Prosperity South Bekasi. However, the boy was referred back to the Friendship Hospital, East Jakarta, on Wednesday morning. A few hours getting treatment at Friendship Hospital, the boy breathed his last at around 08.00 this morning.

    Afrilia SURYANIS

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    • #3
      Re: Indonesia: H5N1 suspected in death of Bekasi, W. Java toddler

      Source: http://wartakota.tribunnews.com/deti...ct-Flu-Burung-


      Rabu, 19 Juni 2013 | 19:26 WIB
      Anak Pengawal Wali Kota Meninggal Suspect Flu Burung

      Google translation:

      Wednesday, June 19, 2013 | 19:26 pm
      Mayor Guards child Suspect Dies of Bird Flu

      Bekasi, Wartakotalive.com

      A 2.5-year-old baby from the city of Bekasi died at Friendship Hospital, East Jakarta, allegedly due to H5N1 virus or bird flu suspect, Wednesday (19/6) morning.

      RBP, the baby boy, the son of one of the guards Bekasi mayor, Rahmat Effendi. Before he died, RBP reportedly suffered symptoms of high fever and shortness of breath.

      "Symptoms of heat since Saturday (15/6), the day was also taken to the Galaxy Hermina Hospital, South Bekasi," said a relative of the victim.

      Because RBP condition did not improve, he was referred to the RS Hermina Prosperity. Tuesday (18/9) afternoon, a team of Bekasi City Health Department and the Research and Development Ministry of Health took samples of blood and the white fluid that covers almost all the baby's lungs.

      Medical team to refer back to the RBP Friendship Hospital, East Jakarta. In that hospital, Wednesday (19/6) morning, RBP akhinya died around 08.00.

      On a family agreement, the bodies are not buried RBP at the funeral home on BTN Masnaga Housing Block C13 Scaly Way RT3 / 4, Jakamulya, South Bekasi, but immediately buried in TPU Pondok Kelapa, East Jakarta.

      Chief Medical Officer of Bekasi, Anne Nur Chandrani said at the beginning of treatment in RS Hermina Galaxy, RBP was originally diagnosed with typhoid.

      "On Monday (17), shortness of breath to the so-so referred to RS Hermina Prosperity. At the hospital, leading to severe pneumonia symptoms. We've followed up by taking a sample from the patient. Finally Friendship referred to the hospital," he explained.

      Currently, Anne said, it was making the chronology with Ministry of Health officials.

      Officers are also conducting an investigation into the baby's parents' house and the neighbors to find out if there are birds in the surrounding area.

      "We are investigating, because the next task right precautions. Obtained information that the victim invited last week to buy poultry in Jamblang market, there could be exposure, because in the years 2010-2011 have been no cases of H5N1 unexpected there, but that is not certain," said Anne.

      Until yesterday, said Anne, RBP status still suspect (unexpected) H5N1. "His status is still suspect, still prejudice. Till now we have not received the conclusion of the examination of samples of Research and Development of Ministry of Health," he said.
      Author: Ichwan Chasani
      Editor: Lucky Oktaviano

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      • #4
        Re: Indonesia: H5N1 suspected in death of Bekasi, W. Java toddler

        Source: http://www.suarakarya-online.com/new...e=Metropolitan


        KOTA BEKASI
        Bocah 2,6 Tahun Meninggal
        akibat Flu Burung

        Google translation:

        JAKARTA CITY
        Boy dies 2.6 year
        due to Bird Flu

        Thursday, June 20, 2013
        JAKARTA (AFP): West Java Bekasi City Government ensure the death of Bagasse Respati Prasetyo (2.6), BTN Masnaga Housing residents, Village Jakamulya, South Bekasi district, due to bird flu virus or H5N1.

        "It was the observation of doctors and follow-up care at the hospital said Bagasse positive for bird flu," said Bekasi Mayor Rahmat Effendi after visiting the funeral home on Wednesday.

        According to him, the death of Bagasse on Wednesday (19/6) at 08.00 am at the Friendship Hospital is the discovery of the first case of bird flu occurred in the local area time.

        "Case Bagasse is the first time we know happened in Bekasi, because officially conveyed through the research and development (R & D) of the Ministry of Health," he said.

        Grace is said, the case will be the main focus of handling it through the relevant agencies in order to avoid the plague.

        "We know the impact of this virus is extraordinary. Teams we need to evaluate, do not let this incident categorized incredible," he said.

        Meanwhile, the victim's father, Seno Respati Putro, claimed to have tried hard to restore her son's health. "Bagasse disease we know on Saturday (15/6). His body fever and shortness of breath, so we take it to the Galaxy Hermina Hospital, South Bekasi," he said.

        However, doctors at the hospital, referring to the RS Hermina Bagasse Prosperity, South Bekasi, due to difficulties detecting patient's illness.

        "On Monday (17/6) is known, Bagasse indicated bird flu and re-referred to the Friendship Hospital, Jakarta, on this morning," he said.

        Bekasi City Government itself would undertake sterilization H5N1 virus or bird flu in the village Jakamulya, South Bekasi District, pascameninggalnya Bagasse due to the deadly virus.

        "This effort is our response to the death of Bagasse Prasetyo from bird flu for the first time in Bekasi," said Bekasi Mayor Rahmat Effendi.

        According to Grace, the location of which will be the focus of that sterilization is thought to be the source area of ​​the emergence of the bird flu virus that caused the death of Bagasse.

        Locations that include the patient's family residence in Housing BTN Masnaga, Scaly Way Block C 13 RT 003/004, Jakamulya, South Bekasi.

        According to Grace, the allegations while the virus was carried by broiler purchased the victim's mother, Emmy Diah Susanti, from Market Jamblang located approximately 3 kilometers from his home.

        "According to the family, before Bagasse sick on Saturday (15/6), he was eating chicken purchased from the Market Jamblang mother," he said.

        According to him, market location Jamblang also be included in the list of sterilization by the relevant agencies in the near future.

        "The market will be sterilized by involving district and village officials. Fact, markets become staples suppliers there will we check again," he said.

        Grace claimed to have instructed the officials of Health Department of Health and the Veterinary Section (Veterinary Public Health) to make local Bagasse case handling as the main focus.

        Victim's uncle, Tri Wahyono, say, the early symptoms of the disease Bagasse occurred on Saturday (15/6) when the son of the couple Respati Putro Seno and Emmy Diah Susanti was having fever and shortness of breath.

        "The family was brought to the hospital Bagasse Hermina Galaxy, South Bekasi. However, the local hospital Bagasse refer to RS Hermina Prosperity, South Bekasi, Monday (17/6)," he said.

        From the analysis of Prosperity Hermina medicine, body Bagasse indicated bird flu, so the medical team finally Bagasse refer to the Friendship Hospital, Wednesday (19/6). In hospitals that eventually died Bagasse. (Ant / Dwi Putro AA)

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        • #5
          Re: Indonesia: H5N1 suspected in death of Bekasi, W. Java toddler

          Source: http://m.koran-jakarta.com/index.php...beritadetail=1

          MEGAPOLITAN | Lintas Wilayah
          Kamis, 20 Juni 2013
          Kasus Flu Burung Muncul di Bekasi
          ISTIMEWA

          Google translation:

          Megapolitan | Traffic Areas
          Thursday, June 20, 2013
          Bird Flu Appears in Bekasi
          SPECIAL

          JAKARTA Government of Bekasi, West Java, ensure Bagasse Prasetyo, 2.6 years old, a resident of Housing BTN Masnaga, Jakamulya Village, South Bekasi District, died from the bird flu virus or H5N1.

          "It was the observation of doctors and follow-up care at the hospital said Bagasse positive for bird flu," said the mayor of Bekasi, Rahmat Effendi, after visiting the funeral home on Wednesday.

          According to him, the death of Bagasse on Wednesday (19/6) at 08.00 am at the Friendship Hospital, is the discovery of the first case of bird flu occurred in the local area time.

          "Case Bagasse is the first time we know occurred in the city of Bekasi have officially conveyed through the results of Research and Development (R & D) of the Ministry of Health," he said.

          Grace is said, the case will be the main focus of handling it through the relevant agencies in order to avoid the plague. "We know the impact of this virus is extraordinary. Teams we need to evaluate, do not let this incident categorized incredible," he said.

          Related cases of bird flu, the Government of Bekasi, West Java, will perform sterilization H5N1 virus or bird flu in the village Jakamulya, South Bekasi District, pascatewasnya local residents due to the deadly virus. "This effort is our response to the death of Bagasse Respati Prasetyo (2.6) due to bird flu for the first time in Bekasi," said the mayor of Bekasi, Rahmat Effendi.

          According to Grace, the location of which will be the focus of that sterilization is thought to be the source region emergence of bird flu that killed Bagasse. Ant/P-5

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          • #6
            Re: Indonesia: H5N1 suspected in death of Bekasi, W. Java toddler - confirmed

            computertranslation

            Bird Flu Case Report-193

            JUNE 21, 2013 |

            The Ministry of Health of Indonesia through the Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health, and has been confirmed by the Center for Biomedical and Health Technology Association, Balitbangkes Strathmore University, announced a new case of H5N1 avian influenza infection, on behalf of the RBP (Male, 2 years 6 months) resident Jakamulya South Bekasi, Bekasi, West Java Province.

            Monday (10/6) reported case had onset of fever, then went to the doctor in private practice pediatrician and given medication for fever. Because it is still fever, concerned parents to seek treatment RSHG and taken care of by Thyphoid fever diagnosis. However, on Monday (18/6) case of high fever, cough and progressive shortness of breath experienced. Because of this, refer to RSHB RSHG. Case in intensive care in the ICU and ventilator. On Wednesday (19/6), based on the analysis of medical, indicated case of bird flu. However, due to the limitations of the tool, refer the case to the RSPP RSHB Jakarta. At approximately 7:40 pm, a case of getting treatment in the ICU AI RSPP. The hospital has tried its utmost to provide medical help, but due to the deteriorating condition (coma), RBP (late) could not be saved and breathed his last on the same day at approximately 8:40 pm.

            Epidemiological investigations have been carried into the homes of people and the environment around by the Ministry of Health Integrated Team, BBTKL-PP Jakarta, Bekasi City Health Department and the Department of Animal Husbandry Bekasi. Based searches, acquired risk factors, namely the possibility of contacts polluted environment in the market which is about 200 meters from the case, because two days before the hospital on Saturday (8/6) case invited his mother went to the market to buy chicken pieces.

            With the increase of this case , the cumulative number of bird flu in Indonesia since 2005 until this news broadcast is 193 cases with 161 deaths. Meanwhile at the world level, the total number of cases of H5N1 infection since the beginning found to date amounted to 630 cases with 375 deaths.
            "WHO data will change, there are 6 states that reported cases of H5N1 avian influenza infection in 2013", said Prof. Tjandra.

            Previously, only 5 countries had reported cases of H5N1 avian influenza infection in 2013, namely Bangladesh (1 case, 1 death), Cambodia (11 cases, 8 deaths), China (2 cases, 2 died), Egypt (4 cases, 3 dead), Vietnam (2 cases, 1 death).

            This information is released by Center for Public Communication, Secretariat General of the Ministry of Health. For further information, please contact Halo MOH hotline 500-567; SMS 081 281 562 620, fax: (021) 52921669, www.depkes.go.id website and e-mail address kontak@depkes.go.id.


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            • #7
              Re: Indonesia: H5N1 suspected in death of Bekasi, W. Java toddler - Confirmed

              Source: http://wartakota.tribunnews.com/deti...ar-Kota-Bekasi



              Senin, 24 Juni 2013 | 20:15 WIB
              Pengendali Flu Burung Ambil Sampel Unggas di Pasar Kota Bekasi

              Monday, June 24, 2013 | 20:15 pm
              Controlling Avian Flu Poultry Grab Samples in Bekasi City Market

              Jakarta, Wartakotalive.com

              Department officials People's Economy (Dispera) plans to re-take Bekasi poultry samples to ensure the absence of H5N1 virus (bird flu virus) in Market Jamblang, Jakamulya, South Bekasi, Bekasi, West Java, on Tuesday (06/25/2013).

              Head of Animal Health, the Division of Animal Husbandry, Department of People's Economy Bekasi, Satia Wijayanti, said officers had been three times before taking the sample in the traditional markets.

              Sampling was carried out first in the market Jamblang Thursday (06/20/2013) and from the four points of sale and slaughter of poultry.

              "Our sample sent to the laboratory in Cikole, Subang. Upon testing process for 12 hours, the results are positive," said Satia.


              The next day, Friday (06/21/2013), the officer returned to the location to provide training to the disinfection and sterilization of poultry traders in that market. Traders are trained to be able to cleanse themselves a place to sell them.

              Bird flu control team Bekasi also took samples from poultry and cutting tools used trader on Friday, too.

              The next sampling conducted on Saturday (22/06/2013).

              "From the test results of samples taken on Friday (21/6) and Saturday (22/6), the results were all negative.'s Why we will take samples again Tuesday (25/6) morning," said Satia.

              Author: Ichwan Chasani
              Editor: Siswanto

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              • #8
                Re: Indonesia: H5N1 suspected in death of Bekasi, W. Java toddler - Confirmed

                Source: http://wartakota.tribunnews.com/deti...an-Keluarga-RB

                Selasa, 25 Juni 2013 | 13:29 WIB
                Pemkot Bekasi Tunggu Hasil Penelitian Keluarga RB
                Bekasi, Wartakotalive.com

                Google translation:

                Tuesday, June 25, 2013 | 13:29 pm
                Bekasi City Government Hold RB Family Research
                Bekasi, Wartakotalive.com

                Government of Bekasi, West Java, is still awaiting the results of research related to the possibility of the Ministry of Health RB family (2.6) allegedly killed by bird flu virus co-infected with the same.

                "We have an investigation into the victim's home in the Village Jakamulya, South Bekasi, as well as taking blood samples to determine the possibility of the family in question is also infected with H5N1," said Chief Medical Officer Anne Nur Chandrani Bekasi, in Bekasi, on Tuesday.

                According to him, the blood of the father, mother, and siblings RB who live in one house already sent it to the Research and Development of Ministry of Health for examination.


                "But till now the result is not yet out. We're still waiting," he said.

                He said the local health office has also given tamiflu as bird flu drug to the man who is never in direct contact with the victim.

                "Tamiflu also we give to the servants at the hospital who previously had to handle RB," he said.

                Anne hopes, the death of RB from bird flu on Wednesday (19/6) is the last time that happened in the local region.

                "Let us not be cheated again. Entire health workers at the health center I have instructed intensified socialization of bird flu danger to its citizens," he said.

                According to him, residents in 12 local districts are reminded again about the dangers of bird flu as well as the treatment of poultry.

                "For example, washing hands before eating, cooked chicken, do not eat soft-boiled eggs, and immediately report if you find no birds died suddenly," he said.
                Editor: Lucky Oktaviano
                Source: Antara

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                • #9
                  Re: Indonesia: H5N1 suspected in death of Bekasi, W. Java toddler - Confirmed

                  Family search for a source of H5n1 that killed Paula

                  Bekasi, 7/6 (between) the family still searching for the causes of the emergence of the H5N1 bird flu virus or the infected body Respati Bagas Joon (2) up to his death, Wednesday morning. ' we still do not know the origin of the disease. For family and home living environment are no poultry-keeping, ' said the uncle of the victim, Tri Jimbo, via landlines in Bekasi. according to him, the events of the death of Paula at 8 a.m. EDT has been ascertained by the Hospital medical team (RS) Hermina prosperity, South Bekasi, and RS Friendship, Jakarta, due to bird flu since the patients undergoing intensive care. According to , the only likely came from her mother, Emmy recognition Diah Susanti, who claimed to have bought a cooked chicken as a side dish for a few days before his son, Bagas fell ill. ' her mother admit never buy cooked chicken to be eaten before Bagas fever accompanied by shortness of breath on Saturday (3/6), ' said. , however, he was not yet willing to assume related the origin of the deadly virus. according to the Tri, the family had agreed to not put in the casket Bagas funeral home in residential Street Block Munia Masnaga BTN C 13 RT 003/004, Jakamulya Bekasi Selatan, since consideration of the disease . ' Funerals will be our direct was buried in TPU Pondok Kelapa today as well, '' he said. in the meantime, the city health service agencies in Jakarta confirmed the journalist's question related not giving answers.



                  http://www.iyaa.com/berita/regional/...5324_2078.html

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                  • #10
                    Re: Indonesia: H5N1 suspected in death of Bekasi, W. Java toddler - Confirmed

                    Google translation
                    Kementerian Kesehatan Republik Indonesia
                    Case Reports Bird Flu to-193 PDF

                    Jakarta, 20 June 2013 RI Ministry of Health through the Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Penyehatan and confirmed by the Center for Biomedical and Health Policy Technology, Balitbangkes Kemenkes RI, has announced a new case of H5N1 bird flu infection, the name of the RBP (Male, 2 years 6 months) South Bekasi Jakamulya citizens, Bekasi, West Java. Monday (10/6) reported cases had onset of fever, then berobat to a private practitioner and child specialist given febrifuge. Because it is still cold, concerned parents to seek treatment and possible treatment RSHG with Thyphoid fever diagnosis. However, on Monday (18/6) cases of high fever, cough and progressive shortness of breath. Therefore, RSHG refer to RSHB. Cases treated intensively in the ICU room and installed a ventilator. On Wednesday (19/6), based on the analysis of medical, terindikasi case of bird flu infected. However, due to limitations of equipment, refer the case to the RSPP RSHB Jakarta. The event at 7:40 pm, cases get treatment in the ICU room RSPP Bird Flu. RS parties were working to provide medical help, but because of the condition continues to deteriorate (comma), RBP (alm) can not be helped, and breathed his last on the same day of the event at 8:40 pm.

                    Epidemiological research has been done to the patients home and neighborhood by Tim Integrated Kemenkes, BBTKL-PP Jakarta, Bekasi City Health Office and the Department of Animal Husbandry Bekasi. Based on that search, the possibility of risk factors obtained within the contact that is contaminated at the market which is about 200 meters from the case, as the two days before the pain on Saturday (8/6) cases invited his mother went to the market to buy chicken pieces.

                    With the increase of these cases, the cumulative number of bird flu in Indonesia since 2005 until this news broadcast is 193 cases with 161 deaths. Meanwhile at the world level, the total number of cases of H5N1 infection since the beginning found to date amounted to 630 cases with 375 deaths.

                    "WHO data will change, there are 6 states that reported cases of H5N1 avian influenza infection in 2013", said Prof. Tjandra. Previously, only 5 countries had reported cases of H5N1 avian influenza infection in 2013, namely Bangladesh (1 case, 1 died), Cambodia (11 cases, 8 deaths), China (2 cases, 2 died), Egypt (4 cases, 3 died), Vietnam (2 cases, 1 death). News is published by Center for Public Communication, Secretariat General of the Ministry of Health RI. For further information, please contact Halo MOH hotline <country code> lokal> 500-567; SMS 081 281 562 620, fax: (021) 52921669, www.depkes.go.id website and e-mail addresses

                    kontak@depkes.go.id


                    http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/be...ng-ke-193.html
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