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Japan - Risk assessment & response to H7N9 cases in China - April 19, 2013

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  • Japan - Risk assessment & response to H7N9 cases in China - April 19, 2013

    hat tip FT member Dr. Ogata

    machine translation

    H7N9 April 21 .. related site infection health crisis management news  
    Response to H7N9 in p 
    Tsuyosi Ogata MD, PhD, Director of English Association of Public Health Center Directors

    URL of this site Http://Www.Support-hc.Com/index . php? go = e8yQ0e

    Apr.19 Risk assessment and response to cases (NIID Japan)
    is at present subject to enhanced surveillance in the country is hard narrows should be subject to the infection of the far. For the time being, that for returnees from China, will continue to actively implemented deterministic test for a patient to doubt (H7N9) virus infection avian influenza A shown fever, an obvious clinical findings of pneumonia, etc. is necessary.
    Since there is a possibility that human-to-human infection limited is happening, I would consider that secondary infection can occur, such as within the family from infection who arrived in the country. If the patient avian influenza A (H7N9) virus infection occurs, to take the appropriate spread prevention measures including the patient during transport, making the evaluation of the risk of infection through examples, that provide information properly Implementation of active epidemiological studies for the purpose is required.

    http://www.nih.go.jp/niid/ja/disease...ss-130418.html
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