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  • Indonesia - Late report of another Indo death: Man, 17, West Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara

    Cases of bird flu found in western lombok
    Monday, March 26, 2012 15:05 pm

    Above case, we have performed epidemiological investigation into the homes of people and the environment by the Integrated Team Ministry of Health and local health office, obtained the possibility of environmental risk factor is contact with the death of poultry (chicken)


    Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Directorate General for disease Control and Environmental Health (P2PL) Ministry of Health announced a new case of bird flu (H5N1) in West Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara.

    "This case has been confirmed by the Center for Biomedical and Health Technology, Ministry of Health Balitbangkes, positive bird flu," said Head of Public Communication Murti Utami Health Ministry in a press release here on Monday.

    Cases of bird flu was found on the man with the initials D (17) which is a resident Lingsar, West Lombok regency, West Nusa Tenggara province and worked as a construction worker.
    According to Murti, the chronological case was on February 28, 2012 symptoms of fever, dated March 1 patient and outpatient treatment to a health center Lingsar until March 4, were treated at health centers Narmada.
    On March 7, the case was referred to the department of Mataram and treated at the hospital but the patient's health condition worsened and on March 9, died at 23:50 pm.
    "On this case, epidemiological investigations have been carried into the homes of people and the environment by the Integrated Team Ministry of Health and local health office, obtained the possibility of environmental risk factor is contact with the death of poultry (chicken) in the neighborhood," said Murti.

    With the increase in one case, the cumulative number of bird flu in Indonesia since 2005 to date is 188 cases with 156 deaths.
    Director General of the Ministry of Health P2PL Tjandra Yoga Aditama as the focal point of the International Health Regulations (IHR) called Murti has been informed about the case to the WHO.
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    Re: Indonesia - Late report of another Indo death: Man, 17, West Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara

    Source: http://www.beritasatu.com/kesehatan/...lu-burung.html

    Seorang Remaja NTB Meninggal Akibat Flu Burung
    Senin, 26 Maret 2012 | 17:45

    Google translation:

    A teenager dies of bird flu NTB
    Monday, March 26, 2012 | 17:45


    A teenage boy from West Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara confirmed dead from bird flu.

    The health ministry (Ministry of Health) confirming the death of male adolescents aged 17 years who works as a construction worker in Lingsar, West Lombok.

    D was originally identified as teenagers had a fever on February 28, but a new treatment to the clinic on March 1.

    He was eventually referred to the Regional General Hospital (Hospital) Mataram, but his condition worsened until she died on March 9, 2012.

    Director General of Disease Control Ministry of Health and Environmental Health, Tjandra Yoga Aditama, said the Ministry of Health has conducted epidemiological research into the victim's home and found, that before he died he had contact with dead poultry.

    With the death of D is positive cases of bird flu in Indonesia increased to 188 cases with 156 deaths.

    In 2012, this alone is going seidaknya six deaths from bird flu. Tjandra said the incident has been reported to the World Health Organization.
    Authors: Dessy Sagita / Ririn Indriani

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      Re: Indonesia - Late report of another Indo death: Man, 17, West Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara

      Source: http://infopublik.kominfo.go.id/inde...s&newsid=18324

      Kematian Akibat Flu Burung Capai 156 Jiwa
      Oleh Juliyah
      Senin, 26 Maret 2012 | 14:54

      Google translation:

      Bird Flu Deaths Reach 156 Life
      by Juliyah
      Monday, March 26, 2012 | 14:54

      Jakarta, InfoPublik - Ministry of Health announced a new case of H5N1 have been confirmed by the Center for Biomedical and Health Technology, Balitbangkes. With the increase of these cases, the cumulative number of bird flu in Indonesia since 2005 until now is 188 cases with 156 deaths.

      Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health Tjandra Yoga Aditama in Jakarta, Monday (26/3) reported the case on behalf of D (male, 17 years) who Lingsar, West Lombok regency, West Nusa Tenggara province which is a construction worker.

      Victim on February 28, 2012 and, having symptoms of fever, then on March 1, he treated the way to the health center Lingsar, and on March 4 were treated at the health center Narmada. After that on March 7 cases were referred to the department of Mataram and treated in hospital.

      "The state of the patient worsened and died on March 9 at around 23:50 PM," he said.

      Kemkenkes he argues, has conducted epidemiological investigations into the homes of people and the environment by the Integrated Team Ministry of Health and local health office, from the results obtained that the probability of environmental risk factors, namely contact with the death of poultry chickens in the neighborhood.

      Tjandra Yoga Aditama as the focal point of the International Health Regulations (IHR) has informed the case to the WHO. (Rm)

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        Re: Indonesia - Late report of another Indo death: Man, 17, West Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara

        More detail on the home village of this teenager. . . .

        Monday, April 2, 2012 18:27 - anwar Report wharf
        Beware NTB SPREAD THROUGH HUMAN BIRD FLU

        Mataram, 2/4 (Reuters) - People on the island of Lombok Lombok wary of the spread of Avian Influenza virus through human or bird flu, after a young man with the initials D (17) died from contracting the H5N1 virus.
        "Vigilance is needed to prevent the spread of bird fulu, especially in the neighborhood's residents contracted the virus," said Chief Medical Officer of the Province of West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) Moch H Ismail, in Mataram on Monday.
        D is Montong Tangar Hamlet, Village Stone Kumbung, Lingsar district, West Lombok regency, West Nusa Tenggara, who worked as a construction worker. [D merupakan Dusun Montong Tangar, Desa Batu Kumbung, Kecamatan Lingsar, Kabupaten Lombok Barat, NTB, yang bekerja sebagai buruh bangunan. ]
        On February 28, 2012 symptoms of fever, then March 1 to D outpatient health center Lingsar until March 4, were treated at health centers Narmada, then referred to the province in Mataram General Hospital, March 7, but his condition became critical, and died on March 9 at 23.50 pm.
        In the medical treatment, blood samples were taken and analyzed at the Center for Biomedical and Health Technology, Balitbangkes, Ministry of Health, tested positive to contain the H5N1 virus.
        Ismail said it was with the team and the center of West Lombok regency government representatives, has followed the discovery of bird flu cases in humans, which sticks out in West Lombok regency.
        Joint team has conducted an investigation of epidemiology at the homes of people and surroundings, in order to determine the chronological spread of bird flu to humans.
        Allegedly, the bird flu patient who had died were exposed to the risk of contact with dead poultry environments found people with bird flu.
        "To prevent its spread to other humans, carried out blood sampling sanka families and those at risk of contracting, as well as direct outreach in the community. However, blood samples were negative," he said.
        Thus, cases of bird flu that infected the young Lingsar, West Lombok, it has not spread to other residents.
        However, all components of the NTB, especially in the vicinity of the discovery of human cases of bird fulu it, demanded to be vigilant.
        "Immediately seek medical treatment if it shows signs of contracting the bird flu virus, so that medical action can be done as soon as possible," he said.
        With the increase in one case, the cumulative number of bird flu in Indonesia since 2005 to date is 188 cases with 156 deaths.
        The addition of human cases of bird flu that has dinformasikan P2PL Health Ministry Director General Tjandra Yoga Aditama as the focal point of the International Health Regulations (IHR) to the WHO.

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