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    [Source: MetroTV, full text: (LINK). Automatic translation from Bahasa Indonesia to English, edited.]
    Indonesia, Lombok: 11 Months Old Toddler Exposed to Bird Flu



    National / Saturday, October 15, 2011 19:20 pm


    Metrotvnews.com, Mataram: Provincial General Hospital Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara, caring for two patients suspect bird flu on Saturday (15/10) afternoon.

    One of them even an eleven-month-old toddlers. Both patients were treated after being taken from Praya Hospital, Central Lombok.

    The Two patients were MA, an eleven months old. While the other person, the initials IS and 53-year-old.

    Both were treated [because they had contacts with] poultry that died suddenly. A week ago, the poultry in the village of Semayan and five villages in the District Garata Pring, died suddenly.

    The death of these birds, believed to have contracted the H5N1 virus. However, local residents dead birds only made ​​it into the river or landfills .(****)
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  • Gert van der Hoek
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    machinetranslation

    01/11/2011

    Bird Flu Suspect Declared Negative


    Selong, GOMONG.COM - Zulkipli aka Wildfire (22), Rae Hamlet, Village East Kalijaga, District Suralaga, East Lombok (Lotim), who allegedly stated suspect bird flu negative. That assurance is concerned after undergoing treatment at the department of NTB and performed the examination.

    "He (Zulkipli aka Wildfire) is discharged from the hospital," said Chief Medical Officer (Dikes) Lotim H. Suroto, SKM, told reporters in the office of Regent, on Tuesday (1 / 11).

    Previously, students at the University Nahdlatul Wathan (Unawa) such Mataram, had received treatment in hospitals and health centers dr. Soedjono Selong. Hereinafter referred to the department of NTB.

    "Recently declared suspectflu bird, because his house adjacent to the location where a lot of dead birds. And, they experienced disease resemble the signs of bird flu, so that remedial action is taken immediately, "he explained. Wildfire quickly referred for medical officers also do not want to take risks

    In addition, said Suroto, carried out various anticipatory measures, such as vaccination and spraying with intansi related. "Although it is expressed negatively, but to be sure, even this laboratory test results were tested again in Jakarta," he said. As I mentioned, not a category Lotim Extraordinary Events (KLB) bird flu cases.

    The same thing also expressed Services Head Hospital dr. Soedjono Selong, drg Sidarta Fitriadi. "The results of the examination in the department of Mataram, the victim expressed negative bird flu and allowed to go home," he said.

    Gomong

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/news/...for-now/472761

    Bird Flu Tests Prove Negative, for Now
    Fitri R. & Dofa Fasila | October 19, 2011

    Four people suspected of suffering from avian influenza continue to be treated at West Nusa Tenggara General Hospital.

    Preliminary tests performed in the provincial capital Mataram were negative for the H5N1 strain of bird flu, but doctors are waiting on further tests from Jakarta before giving the patients the all- clear.

    Hospital director Mawardi Hamri said on Wednesday that three of the patients were recovering: 5-month-old Dian Sahwan, 11-month-old Muhammad Aditya and 53-year-old Inaq Sahnun.

    “We are closely monitoring the condition of Sartika Komala [the fourth patient] because she is still exhibiting flu symptoms,” Mawadi said.

    The visual convention reaction test conducted on the patients using DNA samples took six to 12 hours and showed negative results for avian influenza.

    The patients are all from Central Lombok district and live within a kilometer of each other. Health authorities were quick to act, given that many birds and chickens had died suddenly in the area, Mawardi said.

    In related news, the Jakarta administration...

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

    Four Hospital Patients NTB Bird Flu Negative


    Wednesday, October 19, 2011 15:19 pm

    MATARAM - MICOM: Four patient referrals at the Provincial General Hospital, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) which was originally categorized as suspect bird flu, immediately sent home because of a negative examination result.

    "It made ​​a series of examinations and the PCR expressed negative or not found avian influenza virus (H5N1) in their bodies, "said Director of Public Hospital (RSU) the province dr H Hamri Al-Mawardi then accompanied by two specialists who handle these four patients, in Mataram, Wednesday (19/10).

    The two medical experts that namely Dr. Salim (lung specialist) and Dr. Abdul Razak (child specialist). Both are part of a special team handling SARS patients, bird flu and swine flu, which formed the province RSU management. special team handling the dangerous influenza illness also includes physician an ear nose and throat (ENT), internal medicine (internists), and radiology.

    In the meantime, check PCR to detect respiratory viruses with biomolecular methods or DNA testing supported a number of proper equipment.

    While the four suspected patients who were negative for bird flu virus are: Aditia Dwi, 11 months, provided the Village / District Pringgarata, Central Lombok regency; Inaq Sahnun, 52, a resident of Village Semayan, District Praya, Central Lombok regency; Dian Syahwan, 5 months, Village residents also Semayan; and Sartika Kameda, 10. (Ant/OL-01)
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  • Giuseppe
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    [Source: Media Indonesia, full text: (LINK). Automatic translation from Bahasan to English, edited.]
    Department of Mataram Still Treat Four Suspected Bird Flu Patients


    Writer: Joseph Riaman


    Thursday, October 20, 2011 0:12 pm

    MATARAM - MICOM: General Hospital Center (Dr) Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) is still treating four patients suspected of bird flu.

    "Clinically all negative. But it is not allowed to go home because we do not get a DNA test confirmed the results of Research and Development Jakarta, "said H. Muhammad Ismail, Chief Medical Officer of NTB, Wednesday (19/10).

    The four patients were from Central Lombok regency. They are, Aditya Goddess, 11 months, Sartika Kemala, 10, a resident of the Village Pringgarata, Dian Sahwan, 5 months, and Inaq Sahnum, 52, both citizens of the Village Semayam.

    Results confirm expected to be out in two or three days rose again so that the patients are asked to remain in the hospital despite his health condition is getting better. They referred to the department of Mataram 15 and October 17 and from the Regional General Hospital (Hospital) Praya Central Lombok after the fourth has a fever, fever, dizziness, cough, runny nose and sore throat.
    "Complaint together and no history of contact with dead poultry in a radius of about one kilometers from the location where they live, "said Ismail. Director of the department of Mataram Amry Mawardi said that during 2009-2010 not found any suspected case of bird flu in NTB exception of two cases of swine flu in 2009.


    "Of the four patients who present digartiskan of the entire cost of care," says Mawardi. (YR/OK-04)
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  • Gert van der Hoek
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    Bird Flu Information Corner

    Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) ::: Four bird flu suspects test negative

    Posted by Ida on October 19, 2011

    Mataram – Four bird flu (H5N1) suspect patients from Lombok Tengah, AS (1-year-old), IS (52-y.o), DS (6-m.o), SA (10-y.o) who were treated in isolation unit of West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) provincial hospital, tested negative. They are still under treatment until fully recovered.

    Spokesman of the hospital said, 2 patients, AD and IS rushed to the hospital because of high fever and had contact with dead chickens in bird flu endemic area. They were tested negative H5n1 by PCR in 3 consecutive days.

    DS and SA showed similar signs with previous patients. They have recovered, only SA is still coughing. Hospital has sent their samples to be cultured and later to be identified whether they had bird flu H5N1 infection or not.



    Source: Indonesia local radio, Global FM Lombok. http://globalfmlombok.com/content/em...atakan-negatif

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  • Gert van der Hoek
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    machinetranslation

    It seems the negative testresults are based on local PCR-tests. According to the second report from Media Indonesia the 4 patients left the hospital.
    According to VIVAnews (see 3rd report in this post) the patients are still treated in the isolation room, waiting for the testresults from Jakarta.

    No news yet on the patient in another hospital: Praya Hospital.


    Four Suspected Bird Flu Patients Declared Negative

    Wed, 10/19/2011 -

    News | Health
    Mataram (Lombok FM Global) -

    Director of the Provincial General Hospital (Dr) NTB, dr. H. Mawardi Hamri, affirm, four patients with suspected bird flu susfect in isolation declared negative. The four patients from Central Lombok (Attic), namely Aditya Darmansyah (1.1) Peringgagata, Inaq Sahnum (52) Village Semayan, Diah Syahwan (0.5) and Sartika Semayan Village (10) Peringgagata. The four patients still in care at the department of NTB until declared cured of his illness.

    "In general, the patient's condition began to improve in the near future and can be repatriated," said dr. H. Hamri Al-Mawardi, together with Chief Medical Officer (Dikes) RI, dr. H. Moch. Ismail, Chairman of the Management Team of SARS, Bird Flu and Swine Flu, dr. Salim and some of its members, the department of NTB, Wednesday (19/10).

    Mawardi mentioned, 2 patients, namely Aditya Darmansyah and Inaq Sahnum Praya was rushed to General Hospital on 14 October 2011 and referred to the department of NTB on 15 October 2011. Both are high fever up to 39 C, cough and colds and had direct contact with poultry that died suddenly in positive territory contracted the bird flu virus. After receiving treatment and check PCR for 3 consecutive days was declared negative and healthy.

    Two other patients continued Mawardi, namely Diah Sartika Syahwan and referred to the department of NTB dated October 17, 2011 with the same symptoms as the two previous patients. Once treated, Diah Syahwan began to improve, except Sartika still coughing.

    Viral culture of the patients was sent to the Ministry of Health (Kemenkes) to do research whether or not the bird flu positive.
    "The results take a while, because the virus must first bred. The results will be very useful to the world of medicine associated with the virus, "he explained.

    Kadikes NTB, dr. H. Moch. Ismail, explain, what is the anticipatory measures against the spread of bird flu virus in NTB. This was done so as not disturbing the public and there was tremendous fear. There are four RS Kemenkes designated to handle bird flu patients, namely the department of NTB, Praya Hospital, City Hospital RSU Sumbawa and Bima.

    "I hope the public can report immediately any found no chickens died suddenly in large quantities. In addition, people should behave in a healthy life, such as hand washing with soap. But remember, water hand washing facilities must be flowing, "he remembers.

    GlobalFMLombok



    Four NTB Hospital Patients Negative Bird Flu

    Wednesday, October 19, 2011

    MATARAM - MICOM: Four patient referrals at the Provincial General Hospital, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) which was originally categorized as suspect bird flu, immediately sent home because of a negative examination result.

    "It made ​​a series of examinations and the results of the VCR (visual conversion reaction or negative states can not find the bird flu virus (H5N1) in their bodies," said Director of Public Hospital (RSU) the province dr H Hamri Al-Mawardi then accompanied by two medical experts who deal with four such patients, in Mataram, Wednesday (19/10).

    Both the physician was Dr. Salim (lung specialist) and Dr. Abdul Razak (child specialist). Both are part of a special team of patient handling SARS, bird flu and swine flu, which was formed RSU management of the province.

    Special team handling the dangerous influenza illness also includes a specialist ear nose and throat (ENT), internal medicine (internists), and radiology. In the meantime, check VCR to detect respiratory viruses with biomolecular methods or DNA testing supported a number of proper equipment.

    While the four patients who were negative susfect bird flu is Aditia Dwi, 11 months, provided the Village / District Pringgarata, Central Lombok regency; Inaq Sahnun, 52, a resident of Village Semayan, District Praya, Central Lombok regency; Dian Syahwan, 5 months, residents also kelurahan Semayan; and Sartika Kameda, 10 .

    MediaIndonesia



    Four Bird Flu Patients in Mataram Negative


    Even so, they are still being treated in isolation rooms until there are results of laboratory Jakarta.

    WEDNESDAY, 19 OCTOBER 2011, 16:17 AM Aries Setiawan

    Results of the VCR (Visual Conversion Reaction) of four residents of Central Lombok who allegedly suspected H5N1 virus (bird flu) was negative.

    The four residents of Central Lombok each of initialed ADT (11 months), SHN (56), STK (10). All three are citizens of Peringgarata village, Central Lombok and DSH (5 months) residents Semayan, Central Lombok.

    ADT and SHN were treated from the day Saturday, October 15, 2011. While the new DSH STK and arrived this afternoon from the health center Praya, Central Lombok.

    Director of the General Hospital of West Nusa Tenggara Province, Hamry Mawardi said, the results of medical examinations of four patients showed no change. Clinically, their health condition began to improve with an average body temperature of 36 degrees.
    "They're still being treated in isolation rooms, VCRs test results showed their negative bird flu," Mawardi said Hamri, in Mataram Tuesday, October 19, 2011.

    Yet they are still being treated in isolation rooms until there are results of laboratory tests in Jakarta. Mawardi estimate Jakarta laboratory test results were obtained five days.

    Meanwhile, Chairman of the team's handling of SARS, bird flu and swine flu, Dr. Salim said it has conducted an intensive examination of the fourth patient. From the inspection team of doctors, four patients were suffering from flu, cough, shortness of breath and high fever.

    NTB RSUP treat four patients suspect bird flu since Saturday, October 16, 2011. The arrival of the patient suspect bird flu in the department of surprise visitors NTB hospital. Even a number of direct visitors away from the car carrying the two patients suspect bird flu.

    Suspect bird flu to the four patients was performed after one thousand chickens in the territory of origin of patients died suddenly.

    According to Nurdin, one elderly patient named STK, her sudden onset of high fever accompanied by shortness of breath. Whereas before, the health conditions of her first child was still healthy. "All of a sudden high fever he had flu-like symptoms. In fact, he complained shortness of breath and my direct bolt to the nearest health center," said Nurdin.

    Nurdin admitted worried about his son. Moreover, in the past week a lot of poultry, especially chicken that died suddenly in the region Peringgarata. Even so, Nurdin admitted if his son had never come into contact with poultry.

    Test results indicate health center while health officials suspect bird flu symptoms. It is known from examination of the patient's body heat that reached 39 degrees. Condition of the victim's body temperature rises even to 39.5, so the officer decided to refer patients to the department of NTB called STK.

    The body temperature reached 38.6 degrees DSH unknown. On further examination, the patient's temperature rose to 39.2 degrees DSH.

    Earlier, about 1,000 more birds especially chicken in the two villages are reported to die suddenly. Even in a minute, as many as 20 chickens owned by villagers died suddenly. These conditions make the province the government directly spray disinfectant in both villages.

    From the results of laboratory tests on blood samples of chicken, then, the known three positive chickens infected with H5N1 Firus.

    VIVAnews

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  • Giuseppe
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    [Source: Indosiar, full text: (LINK). Automatic translation from Bahasan to English, edited.]
    Indonesia, Lombok: 4 Suspect Bird Flu Patients Wait Lab Test Results



    indosiar.com, Mataram - (Wednesday, 19/10/2011) Four patients suspect bird flu or avian influenza is now being treated at General Hospital NTB condition getting better.
    From the results of laboratory tests the team doctor Dr NTB at the local hospital laboratory two patients showed negative results.

    However to ensure the patient is positive or not suffering from avian influenza or bird flu team doctor that is still awaiting test results of blood samples of both patients in a laboratory in Jakarta.

    Two patients suspect bird flu from Central Lombok is still being treated in isolation rooms General Hospital NTB province. Both patients were referred from hospitals Praya Central Lombok last Saturday for allegedly suspect bird flu. They had previously been in direct contact with poultry that died suddenly at their home.
    Meanwhile, two new patients referred to Monday as well as from hospitals Praya Central Lombok. Now still waiting for lab test results of blood samples in the laboratory while the department of NTB.


    Meanwhile, to prevent the spread of this deadly virus, Animal Husbandry Department with the province of Central Lombok District Veterinary Office is still spraying in homes as well as the injection vaccination to poultry in the region's residents who are endemic bird flu. (Ahmad Sianturi / Sup )
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  • Gert van der Hoek
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    Bird Flu Information Corner

    Lombok Tengah, West Nusa Tenggara ::: Two bird flu suspect patients diagnosed negative


    Posted by Ida on October 18, 2011

    Lombok Tengah – Two bird flu H5N1 suspect patients treated at West Nusa Tenggara provincial hospital in Mataram, MA (11-month-old boy) and IS (53-year-old woman) diagnosed negative by the hospital. Hoewever, hospital is still waiting for the confirmation from the Ministry of Health laboratory in Jakarta.

    Two other patients, DS (5-month-old girl) from Semayam, Praya and SK (10-year-old girl) from Pringgarata are still under intensive treatment at isolation unit. DS was reported of developing fever after several chickens raised by her family died–off. SK was admitted to hospital because of fever and weakness. Both patients are treated as bird flu suspects because they live in bird flu endemic areas and possibly had contact with birds. Patients have been treated with Tamiflu for bird flu anticipation.

    Separately, another bird flu suspect patient (S) is currently being treated in Praya regional hospital.

    Recent bird flu H5N1 outbreak in several subdistricts in Lombok Tengah regency has caused sudden death in about 1,700 chickens. The spreading of the virus reached the province’s capital, Mataram and Lombok Timur regency.



    Source: Indonesia newspaper, Info Sketsa. http://infosketsa.com/index.php?opti...erita-headline

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  • Commonground
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    Hi Sally & Dutchy. I haven't found anything else on a 5th suspected case.
    Nice to see you guys!

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  • Gert van der Hoek
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    Hey CG

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  • Sally Furniss
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    Welcome back Commonground

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  • Commonground
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    Hi Sharon!! Thanks!

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  • sharon sanders
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    Hi Commonground! Welcome back!

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  • Commonground
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    Originally posted by Laidback Al View Post
    Current Suspected Bird Flu Cases from Lombok

    From Pringgarata village, Central Lombok
    1. ADT (11 months) Post #9 (also reported as MA)
    2. SHN (56) Post #9 (also reported as IS)
    3. STK (10) Post #9 (also reported as SK)

    From Semayan, Central Lombok
    4. DSH (5 months) Post # 9 (also reported as DS)

    From?
    5. A patient treated in isolation space Praya Hospital, Central Lombok Post #10
    Hi Laidback Al,
    I believe there is a 5th.

    Post #10:
    While the other a patient treated in isolation space Praya Hospital, Central Lombok.
    Excerpt:
    17 Oktober 2011

    Sementara itu dua pasien pertama suspect flu burung , walaupun sudah dinyatakan negatif , namun belum bisa disimpulkan 100 % tidak terjangkit . Itulah sebabnya menurut Humas RSUP NTB Lalu Arya , hasil pemeriksaan lanjutan di Laboratorium di Jakarta . yang dirujuk ke RSUP NTB .
    Selain 4 pasien yang dirawat dalam ruang isolasi di RSUP NTB di Mataram , juga terdapat seorang pasien bernama Sumardi di Isolasi di RSUD Praya karena masih dilihat perkembangan kondisi umumnya .

    Meanwhile the first two patients suspect bird flu, despite being declared negative, but can not conclude 100% not infected. That is why according to the PR department of NTB Then Arya, the results of further investigation in the laboratory in Jakarta. [/B][B]which was referred to the department of NTB.

    In addition to 4 patients who were treated in isolation rooms in the department of NTB in Mataram, also was a patient named Sumardi in isolation in hospitals Praya because it is still generally seen development of the condition.

    http://pandemicinformationnews.blogs...aya.html#links

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