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  • Guerrero Vaccination A/H1N1

    http://www.informador.com.mx/mexico/...n-ii-etapa.htm

    Guerrero expected 60 thousand flu shots in phase II
    Note Public Health | Guerrero | A H1N1 vaccine.
    The charge of the Office of Health, admitted that some people have expressed fears the vaccine. SPECIAL
    ◦ In the first batch Guerrero received 15 thousand 460 shots
    The state official emphasized his warning to the public that the vaccine is not for sale

    CHILPANCINGO, GUERRERO .- The office in charge of the Ministry of Health, Ruben Padilla Fierro, reported that 60 thousand are expected influenza vaccine (H1N1) in the second batch to Guerrero, and will be applied to groups considered vulnerable.

    Vaccines are expected to reach the state this week to immunize people with chronic conditions, children under age five and adults over 65 years of age, especially those exposed to sudden temperature changes.

    In the first batch Guerrero received 15 thousand 460 vaccines, which have been applied to risk personnel in the health sector, emergency services and intensive care as a percentage of pregnant women with second and third month of gestation.

    Padilla Fierro said that during the second phase of vaccination will continue giving priority to those at greatest risk of infection, as

    health personnel, pregnant, sick with diabetes, tuberculosis, asthma and HIV / AIDS, children in kindergartens and caregivers.

    The state official emphasized his warning to the public that the vaccine is not for sale and that the health sector is the sole right for distribution, and he invited the public to not be fooled by people who have or intend to ensure sell it.

    The charge of the Office of Health, admitted that some people have expressed fears the vaccine because of possible side effects.

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    Re: Guerrero Vaccination A/H1N1

    http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/653526.html

    Acapulco immunized against A H1N1 vulnerable groups

    The head of Jurisdiction Health 07, Alba Patricia Batani, reports that the vaccine has a good acceptance among the population of the port, where some health centers have ordered more doses
    Covarrubias Adriana Sandoval
    El Universal
    ACAPULCO Thursday January 21, 2010
    21:15

    More than half of the vulnerable population, ie 60%, has been vaccinated against influenza A H1N1, and a similar number of medical personnel in the health sector in this municipality, said the head of the Sanitary Jurisdiction 07, Alba Patricia Batani Giles.

    During the delivery of equipment for sprayers dengue Batani Giles, said the municipality will send 15 thousand doses of vaccines against human influenza received and it has a good acceptance among the population.

    "There is good acceptance, in fact, we have two days that we ended the vaccine in two health centers, and today will bring Chilpancingo approximately 7 thousand doses of vaccine AH1N1 to Acapulco," Vazquez said.

    The official explained that the application of the vaccine is being extended to the population suffering from diabetes, obesity and HIV / AIDS, and immunization of children 6 to 36 months of age.

    Batani Giles, said the vaccine is available in all 75 health sector facilities, only two centers-The Modern House-Cuereria and ended with the doses of vaccine, he added

    Finally, said 30 people were recruited, of this health jurisdiction, exclusively for universal vaccination of time will be permanent health facilities so that nurses can care for patients.



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      Re: Guerrero Vaccination A/H1N1

      http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/659937.html

      A H1N1 to vaccinate Indians in Guerrero
      The Health Department distributed a total of 17 thousand 220 doses in 890 communities to combat seasonal human influenza
      22:10

      The Ministry of Health and the state delegation of the National Commission for Development of Indigenous Peoples began the vaccination campaign against influenza and seasonal AH1N1 in boarding schools and 890 indigenous communities in 43 municipalities of Guerrero.

      The office in charge of the Ministry of Health, Ruben Padilla Fierro, explained that during the Third Regular Meeting of National Immunization Council, held in December, the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples Development proposed in indigenous boarding schools vaccinated against influenza AH1N1, so that the Commission took to Guerrero a total dose of 17 thousand 220 for both.

      The goal, said the state official, is to minimize the risks of disease and maximize the benefits of the vaccine, since respiratory diseases are one of the major infectious diseases throughout the country, hence forming federal agency with this one common front to contribute to development and health care.

      The start of the program was in the school hostel Vicente Guerrero, where 50 children of this community, 33 Tlaltempanapa, belonging to the municipality and 45 Atzacualoya Zitlala, Chilapa municipality in this state, they are against both types of influenza

      In turn, the state delegate of the National Commission for Development of Indigenous Peoples, Ramon Gonzalo Solis Cervantes, said that will visit a total of 104 shelters built the Indigenous School Shelter Program of the Commission who are located in towns of the regions North, Central, Mountain and Costa Chica.

      Solis Cervantes explained that the 17 thousand 220 doses purchased, 5 thousand 850 will go to school, 850 for teaching and administrative staff responsible for program operation of each of the shelters and 957 thousand women dose Organization Program Productive for Indigenous Women.

      Also 8, 415 doses will be for populations adjacent to the boarding schools and 148 for human resources assigned to the State Commission itself, that through the visit of vaccination brigades by the state Health Secretariat.




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      • #4
        Re: Guerrero Vaccination A/H1N1

        http://www.exonline.com.mx/diario/no...vacunas/884127

        05-March-2010
        Girl dies after applying three vaccines

        Minio Olea
        (06:27 p.m.)

        In addition to the MMR vaccine, nurses Health Center of Palo Blanco, Chilpancingo, we apply the seasonal influenza and the H1N1. The implementation of three vaccines together, including Influenza A/H1N1, could be the cause of death of a child of only one year and one month in the community of Palo Blanco, Municipality of Chilpancingo, Guerrero, reported family of the child.
        Jorge Castro Arevalo, who is the girl's grandfather Aimar Loci Castro, said on 28 February with the youngest 13 months old at the Health Center Palo Blanco to apply to vaccines that correspond to their age.
        There, a nurse applied the MMR vaccine, in addition to stationary influenza and influenza type A/H1 N1, after that they moved into their home where they noticed the slightest began having trouble breathing.
        The problem became acute in minutes and has led to new health center, in the way the girl lost consciousness, and upon reaching the nurses indicated that they had died, but the girl's parents said he was still tibia and feel "the heartbeat" but very weak.
        So they decided to move it to Chilpancingo, located approximately 20 minutes drive. When it was interned at the Hospital Privado del Sur, where he confirmed that indeed still alive, but by the conditions in which he found it impossible to save her.
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        In addition to his MMR vaccine, nurses Health Center of Palo Blanco, Chilpancingo, we apply the seasonal influenza and the H1N1The implementation of three vaccines together, including Influenza A/H1N1, could be the cause of death of a child of only one year and one month in the community of Palo Blanco, Municipality of Chilpancingo, Guerrero, reported family of the child.

        Jorge Castro Arevalo, who is the girl's grandfather Aimar Loci Castro, said on 28 February with the youngest 13 months old at the Health Center Palo Blanco to apply to vaccines that correspond to their age.

        There, a nurse applied the MMR vaccine, in addition to stationary influenza and influenza type A/H1 N1, after that they moved into their home where they noticed the slightest began having trouble breathing.

        The problem became acute in minutes and has led to new health center, in the way the girl lost consciousness, and upon reaching the nurses indicated that they had died, but the girl's parents said he was still alive and feel "the heartbeat" but very weak.

        So they decided to move it to Chilpancingo, located approximately 20 minutes drive. When it was interned at the Hospital Privado del Sur, where he confirmed that indeed still alive, but by the conditions in which he found it impossible to save her.

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        • #5
          Re: Guerrero Vaccination A/H1N1

          http://www.lajornadaguerrero.com.mx/...ticle=012n1soc

          Aymar Loci Castro died half an hour after they were applied in the community of Palo Blanco

          Asked to investigate death of baby after shots
          MARLEN CASTRO

          Chilpancingo, March 5. Aymar's body Loci Castro a year and one month old baby, vanished completely into the arms of his mother, over the road from the health unit at his home in the village of Palo Blanco, in this county .

          Aymar was taken to the health unit to provide it with the flu shot at 8:30 am on Saturday. Half an hour later she died.

          In fact, the baby was within a few minutes of three vaccines against seasonal influenza and H1N1, these injected and one in the mouth.

          Jorge Castro Arevalo's grandfather demanded that the Ministry of Health a thorough investigation to determine what caused the death of his granddaughter and punishment for those responsible.

          At a press conference in this city, grandfather recounted the ordeal they have suffered all members of the family since the death of Aymar and indifference of the Ministry of Health to their claims.

          In his village, about 25 minutes from the capital, nurses continue their work as usual, when there should be some responsibility on the death accused Castro Ar?valo.

          He said that Aymar had a heart murmur since birth and just knew this nurse who provided the vaccines, have served since their first days of life.

          The grandfather did not find an explanation of the death of his granddaughter, at least that vaccines were contraindicated in the case of Aymar, but does not understand why the nurses applied vaccines.

          From the above, requires that there be an investigation and the guilty finques responsibilities.

          He said the family is considering filing a complaint for murder, especially by the indifference with which the Ministry of Health responded to their demands.

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