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  • #16
    Re: Guanajuato: Cases

    Source: http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/627414.html

    3 people killed by influenza in Leon
    Health authorities reported Guanajuato that to date 10 people have died and 521 cases are confirmed

    Xochitl Alvarez
    El Universal
    Leon, Guanajuato Friday September 18, 2009
    19:26

    The second wave of influenza A H1N1 killed three people in the last five days and is projected up to 40 people killed in the ensuing weeks and a thousand 500 new patients, said Armando Perez Cabrera, director of Health. To date, ten people died and 521 cases are confirmed in Guanajuato.

    Meanwhile Secretary of Education Guanajuato (SEG), Alberto Diosdado reported that there are 60 students with symptoms of influenza A H1N1, in ten schools in the municipalities of Guanajuato, Irapuato and Salamanca. However, no provision for suspension of classes.

    The owner of the SEC said the agency has no money for the purchase of "health kits" that require eleven thousand 52 schools to prevent HIV transmission.

    The education sector needs 6 million dollars to purchase school kits to 15 days, consisting of antibacterial gel, soap, paper towels, but intends to implement the protective measures at the campus from next week.

    "We would expect the Secretary of Health and the Ministry of Education strengthen support us at any given time, if you require any additional budget for this bill," confided the official.

    But the state's health director, Armando Perez Cabrera said that the unit has no budget to acquire the "school kits". "These decisions are taken to another level depends on the budgets of each institution," he said.

    In contrast, the health official reiterated that prevention is the best option for preventing influenza H1N1. In this regard said that 600 thousand Guanajuato receive the vaccine against the disease.

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    • #17
      Re: Guanajuato: Cases

      Source: http://www.correo-gto.com.mx/notas.asp?id=130402

      Two deaths from influenza
      By: Gaby Barcenas, Ruth Elizarraraz, Diego Martin, Writing, Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009
      From 18 to 21 September, the number of infections increased from 521 to 551, since the epidemic was declared 217 million has been allocated to the fight, authorities say

      GUANAJUATO

      During the weekend, the number of confirmed cases of human influenza rose from 521 reported on Friday to 551 yesterday as well, the death toll rose from 10 to 12, one in Leon and another in the capital, meanwhile, state officials ensure that there are resources to meet health emergencies.

      Count

      Cases of human influenza to 21 September:

      * Spillover 551
      * Death 12
      * Leon 182
      * Celaya 95
      * Salamanca 79
      * San Miguel de Allende 56
      * Irapuato 31
      * Guanajuato 23
      * Dolores Hidalgo 15
      * Apaseo the High 13
      * Ac?mbaro 12

      Although the Ministry of Health of Guanajuato (SSG) reported Friday that the surge in the number of patients with influenza AH1N1 was expected within 15 days and the average of infection was 3 to 5 per day, this finding rose to 10 per day during the weekend, to submit 30 new infections.

      Thus, the SSG yesterday reported the death of two residents of Guanajuato and Leon and who tested positive for influenza A H1N1 in both cases the patients had concomitant diseases such as obesity and diabetes, in addition to having come late to the health units for care.

      With these deaths, in the state, from 24 April to 21 September, there have been 12 deaths of human influenza.

      The municipalities with the highest incidence of infection with 182 cases are Leon, Celaya, with 95, Salamanca, 79, San Miguel de Allende, 56, Irapuato, 31, Guanajuato, 23, Dolores Hidalgo, 15; Apaseo High, 13 and Acambaro 12.

      There are resources SSG

      Meanwhile, after the Federal Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos, urging states to fund the technological equipment and medicines to tackle this new outbreak of human influenza, Secretary of Health of Guanajuato, Jorge Armando Aguirre Torres guaranteed investment needed to address this problem.

      He explained that since April, the month in which the country declared a state of health contingency in Guanajuato have invested a total of 217 million pesos, and from these monthly 11 million have been applied to the payment of a thousand 800 collaborators hired for the campaign against the H1N1 virus.

      Torres Aguirre explained that before the budget cuts that have been applied to the secretariats, this program will not be affected because the state executive is committed to strengthening the public health system and noted that "until now have been acquired by the Ministry of Health, antibacterial gel, nebulizers, ventilators, and monitors ".

      The state official explained that the investment for the attention of this pandemic, additional resource that was assigned to the ASG this year, it corresponds to 4 billion pesos.

      For its part, the Government Secretary Gerardo Mosqueda Martinez said that "the request made by the Secretary of Health to the states before the outbreak of influenza is logistics," and added that the support was requested C?rdova Villalobos the sense of collaboration on technical, as is the municipalities and states who can first identify the symptoms to refer them to hospitals.

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      • #18
        Re: Guanajuato: Cases

        Source: http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2009/10/0...ticle=032n4est


        Guanajuato: two deaths from influenza
        From the wording


        Guanajuato, Gto., September 30. Two people, neighboring municipalities of Leon and Jer?cuaro, died of influenza A/H1N1, said state Health Secretariat. He said that with these deaths, the figure rises to 18, from 24 April. Reliance said in a statement that before the recent spike in Guanajuato influenza remains an epidemiological alert and recalled that the lung disease is curable if detected and addressed promptly.

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        • #19
          Re: Guanajuato: Cases

          Source: http://www.correo-gto.com.mx/notas.asp?id=132202

          Accumulate 25 deaths per AH1N1 Guanajuato
          By: Writing / Gaby Barcenas, Tuesday, 06 of Octubre of 2009
          With three deaths reported yesterday by the SSG in Irapuato, Leon and Dolores Hidalgo, the entity accounts for more than 10 percent of national total

          GUANAJUATO


          The Ministry of Health of Guanajuato (SSG) reported the deaths of three people who tested positive for influenza AH1N1, who were residents of Leon, Irapuato and Dolores Hidalgo.

          The unit, he said, as in all previous cases, the victims came to medical attention after having begun the first symptoms of this disease.

          Thus, dependency, from last April 24 to 06 October, reported that 25 people have died of complications from influenza AH1N1, while nationally, according to the Ministry of Health at national level, the cumulative, three - October 242 deaths from influenza.

          In response, reiterated that the lung disease is curable if detected and attended to in time, he urged the population go to the nearest medical facility in the early hours of reported symptoms such as sudden onset of high fever, dry cough , headache, runny nose accompanied by muscle pain, joint pain, malaise and decay.

          COUNT

          Spillover: 777

          Deaths: 25

          * Leon: 314
          * Celaya: 99
          * Salamanca: 81
          * San Miguel: 60
          * Guanajuato: 50
          * Ac?mbaro: 36
          * Irapuato: 33

          Photo: Karina Urbina
          It is important to avoid self-medication, in addition, if difficulty breathing, chest pain, bloody sputum (coughing up blood), and confusion or drowsiness, is crucial go immediately to hospital.

          For more information and guidance on Influenza A H1N1, the Health Department has reactivated the phone number, Toll Free 01 800 832 90 29, service staffed by qualified doctors.

          It also reports that groups with higher risk of disease for this condition, are people with concomitant illnesses such as obesity, asthma, hypertension and diabetes, as well as pregnant women, who have reiterated that should see their doctors in the early hours of symptomatology by Influenza A H1N1.

          It further recommends the following preventive measures:

          In addition, hand washing should be performed immediately after sneezing, coughing, blowing your nose, use or discard scarves or masks, travel by public transport, attend meetings, get on elevators or before going to the toilet, eating or touching face.

          They insist on hygiene

          Joel Martinez, director of the health jurisdiction in Leon, urged people to continue the practice of handwashing with soap and water, and the use of antibacterial gel and the use of masks among the population that this respiratory disease.

          "Although the vaccine is not as important at the moment, we must remember that the vaccine is not a panacea, so that washing hands, for real, with water and soap for at least a portion above the wrist and avoiding hand contact with the face, "he said.

          Finally, the court said the chief commercial centers, supermarkets, bars, restaurants and all those places where there is a high concentration of people have an obligation to provide customers and visitors from at least antibacterial gel to prevent transmission the virus.

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          • #20
            Re: Guanajuato: Cases

            Source: http://www.correo-gto.com.mx/notas.asp?id=133008

            AH1N1 rebounding deaths in October
            By: Angel Flores, Monday, October 12th, 2009
            During the month 11 people have died due to complications created by the human influenza same number as all of September

            ADVANCES
            While the vaccine is ready for application, currently 29 of the 46 municipalities of Guanajuato have the virus
            Since it was decreed AH1N1 influenza epidemic in the state of Guanajuato, in addition, to date, 29 deaths of patients who suffered complications resulting from the virus that produces the disease, 8 died accumulates Leon, Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato Cuer?maro and recorded 3 each one.

            Yesterday, the Ministry of Health of Guanajuato (SSG), reported the death of a person from San Felipe, with positive results of Influenza AH1N1, who received care after 4 days starting with the symptoms of the disease.

            With this case and in the period from 24 April to 9 October, a total of 29 deaths in the institution because of the pandemic influenza A H1N1, so the unit maintains the epidemiological alertness to mitigate the effects.

            Significantly, in October so far, there have been 11 deaths as a result of this evil, the same as during the entire month of September, while in July and August there were two deaths in each month, in April and May una respectively.

            Indeed, following arrival at the institution of the second wave of human influenza virus recognized by health authorities, it was reported that the number of deaths could rise to 50 cases, as the number of infections, as submitted by 3 and four newspapers, now recorded 10 or more.

            Only nine of last October, of 886 infections from yesterday, there were 926 infections, ie 40 cases in two days, which Guanajuato is squarely on the rebound of the disease, so the Ministry of Health Guanajuato insists that AH1N1 influenza, a respiratory disease is curable if detected and attended to in time, so it encourages people to go to the nearest medical facility in the early hours of reported symptoms such as sudden onset high fever, dry cough, headache, runny nose accompanied by muscle pain, joint pain, malaise and decay.

            It is important to avoid self-medication, in addition, if difficulty breathing, chest pain, bloody sputum (coughing up blood), and confusion or drowsiness, is crucial go immediately to hospital.

            The groups at highest risk for complications, are pregnant women, who reiterated that they should see their doctors in the early hours of present symptoms of influenza AH1N1; well as people with conditions such as obesity, hypertension, diabetes and asthma


            Spillover (Cases):

            * Total: 926
            * Leon: 404
            * Celaya: 113
            * Salamanca: 85
            * San Miguel: 61
            * Guanajuato: 61
            * Irapuato: 36
            * Ac?mbaro: 42
            * Dolores Hidalgo: 20

            Deaths

            * Dolores Hidalgo in April
            * SMA May
            * July 19 Irapuato
            * Apaseo El Alto July 21
            * Dolores Hidalgo August 15
            * Irapuato agosto17
            * Cuer?maro Sep 5
            * Cuer?maro Sep 11
            * San Jose Iturbide Sep 15
            * Guanajuato Sep 21
            * Leon Sep 23 Sep 21SMA
            * Jer?cuaro Sep 24
            * San Luis de la Paz Sep 25
            * Leo Sept 27
            * Leon Sep 30
            * Jer?cuaro Sep 30
            * Leo October 2
            * Leo October 2
            * Guanajuato October 3
            * Guanajuato October 3
            * Leo October 5
            * October 5 Irapuato
            * Dolores Hidalgo October 5
            * Leo October 6
            * Salamanca October 6
            * October 9 Romita
            * San Felipe October 11

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            • #21
              Re: Guanajuato: Cases

              http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/635916.html

              Guanajuato concentrates 10% of deaths from influenza A H1N1
              Guanajuato is facing a second wave of human influenza, with an incidence of 56 cases confirmed billion, putting him in position 21 of statistics from the Federal Ministry of Health.


              10% of deaths from influenza in the country, are concentrated in Guanajuato

              Xochitl Alvarez / Correspondent
              El Universal
              Guanajuato, Gto. Monday October 26, 2009
              20:45
              In 31 cases, the Guanajuato state accounts for 10% of deaths in the country for influenza A H1N1, according to statistics from the Ministry of Health.

              Most occurred from September to date, with 27 deaths.

              The state health secretary, Jorge Armando Aguirre Torres, reported that it has provided 250 beds in intensive care for patients affected by the virus, in 15 general hospitals.

              He accepted that Guanajuato is facing a second wave of human influenza, with an incidence of 56 cases confirmed thousand, of these 352 in the city of Leon, putting him in position 21 of statistics from the Federal Ministry of Health.

              But it is an entity with an increased mortality with respect to the 314 confirmed fatalities nationwide, as reflected in the Internet portal of the Health Secretariat of the Presidency of the Republic.

              "We are now in the winter season across the country, and the state of Guanajuato is no exception for an increase in the number of cases, the risk of hospitalizations and deaths," said Aguirre Torres.

              In this entity, he added, that in real time informing the public and the federal Health Secretariat own deaths "immediately, which is not happening in other states of the republic."

              "I can report that the 31 deaths that have occurred in the state are not due to lack of infrastructure or equipment of the health system, are prepared in advance since the beginning of the contingency," materialized.

              The owner said health were recruited over 200 physicians and nurses, which will be 2 thousand people on staff for actions or seasonal human influenza.

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              • #22
                Re: Guanajuato: Cases

                Source: http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/647806.html

                Guanajuato denies preference for vaccine A H1N1
                The agency received another envelope, with 29 thousand doses, which add to 23 thousand 420 who arrived a few weeks ago


                Xochitl Alvarez / Correspondent
                El Universal
                Leon, Gto. Wednesday December 23, 2009
                22:05

                After being randomly selected, Guanajuato received a new supply of vaccine Influenza A H1N1 with 29 thousand doses, which add to 23 thousand 420 who arrived a few weeks ago.

                The state health secretary, Jorge Armando Aguirre Torres, who has rejected federal government preferences biological distribution.

                The vaccine is distributed randomly to the entities of the country, the official said after launching the second phase of immunization and women in the second half of pregnancy and health personnel.

                Aguirre noted that Guanajuato was the first entity to complete the first batch of vaccination and therefore received a new batch.

                In the entity have been reported to date 179 cases of influenza thousand, with 31 deaths. He stated that the disease has been halted for two months and there were no deaths.

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