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  • A/H1N1 confirmed/suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

    Source: http://www.corrientesonline.com/noti...07.php?i=31819

    Google translation:

    It was the first confirmed fatal case of influenza A
    Minister of Health of the Province, Adolf Schneider, confirmed the first death from influenza A (H1N1) in Corrientes, after the arrival of more results from the Institute Malbrán to the health portfolio, in the afternoon.


    This is a patient of 61 years who had died on June 20 in the Intensive Care Service, Hospital José Ramón Vidal "and presented at the time of contracting the disease in other serious health complications such as diabetes, heart disease and a localized infection in one hip.

    Confirmation of death from the disease Influenza A (H1N1) arrived on Tuesday evening in conjunction with other 3 confirmation, so the total of confirmed cases rose to 9 in Corrientes.

    The remaining patients are explained Schneider-stabilized complex of different services in hospitals "José Ramón Vidal, Juan Pablo II" and "Angela Church of Llano, and other public and private establishments in the towns of Santo Tomé , Curuzú Cuatiá and Paso de los Libres.

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    Re: A/H1N1 confirmed/suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

    Source: http://www.diariolarepublica.com.ar/...a.php?i=159777

    confirmed from the ministry of public health in the province
    Would indicate that more than two, died from influenza A

    Undersecretary of Public Health, Emilio Lanari, warned that with the arrival of more results from the Institute "Dr. Carlos Malbrán, the death toll would rise. According to unofficial sources health, deaths from the virus would be eight across the province.
    Died in a Mercedes, a couple more Concepción, one in Curuzú Cuatiá. The Corrientes deceased due to respiratory diseases are increasing and the specialists who attended the show that would cause the influenza virus A H1N1, known as swine flu. However, from the Ministry of Public Health, recognize only two deaths from the disease, but yesterday, some officials said that with the arrival of confirmations from the laboratory performing the analysis, the figure could increase.
    For now, the provincial government supports only two deaths caused by influenza virus A. Yesterday, in remarks to radio, that ministry officials reported that the deceased could be reached when the results of over 240 samples sent to the Institute "Dr. Carlos Malbrán "of Buenos Aires.
    "When you get confirmations H1N1 virus could move from the current numbers at about 8 or not, everything depends on the results we receive," he said yesterday, the deputy secretary of Public Health, Emilio Lanari.
    For now, the two deaths confirmed by the provincial health portfolio is a man of 61 years who died in hospital Vidal on June 20 and 42 that a woman ceased to exist in a private clinic in Paso de los free last week.
    Despite this, both in the capital Correntina as in provincial towns of the interior, there is talk that there could be several more deaths from the disease.

    Would have more deaths
    The two deaths confirmed by the health portfolio, they are joined by other Corrientes in different parts of the province have died with symptoms and medical diagnoses of having contracted swine influenza.
    In the last few hours it was learned that a man surnamed Encinas, 32, died in a private clinic in the town of Mercedes, with symptoms compatible with influenza.
    In Concepcion, a 37-year-old woman, surnamed Fernandez, also died with symptoms of the new flu. In the same town, a few days ago, it was learned that another young woman died and the doctors suspect that the reason is influenza A.
    Furthermore, Ituzaingó, a source reported that a student of a private university in Ayolas (Paraguay) nationality and resident in argentina Ituzaingó, died at the weekend for respiratory complications. In this case, experts are trying to ascertain whether the complication was fatal or not the H1N1 flu.
    The provincial capital is the site that confirmed cases of the disease has. In death from apparent influenza A, are also several sources that indicate that more than one deceased. In addition to the dead first "official" last week, several people died of respiratory diseases. In all cases, it is suspected that the virus suffered.
    One case was the weekend election, a boy of school age. The second is that of a man surnamed Villalba, 32, who died last Thursday at the Hospital José Ramón Vidal. In the latter case, the hospital's director, Silvia Lapertosa, said the couple suffered all the symptoms and the probability that it was the flu, is "very high".

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    • #3
      Re: A/H1N1 confirmed/suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

      Source: http://www.el-litoral.com.ar/leer_no...Noticia=113551

      MEASURE TO ACCELERATE THE DELIVERY OF RESULTS Malbran
      Admit that in the coming days will add more deaths from influenza A
      Publication Date: Wednesday, 08 July 2009

      Institute Malbrán yesterday confirmed a new case of the disease. Samples amounted to 245 suspects, while another may be joined by passing the flu, a man originally from Mercedes.

      As more confirmed and suspected cases of influenza A in Corrientes, but also makes it less, the death toll is believed influenced by the H1N1 virus. Yesterday, the Institute of Buenos Aires Malbrán reported a new case in the province, which amounted to 27 people infected, while the dead remain at 2. However, from Public Health admitted that if the confirmations bonaerense more dynamic center-delayed transmission of results is due to the high demand for samples to be analyzed, would increase fatalities.
      This is hinted Undersecretary of Health in the province, Emilio Lanari, who predicted that in coming days may increase the number of deaths from influenza A. Is that so far, confirmations Malbrán only speak of a death by influenza A in Corrientes, while the results of the other victim of fatal-Paso de los Libres-stemmed from a private laboratory of the Federal Capital. But these days, a number of deaths that would have regarding this mysterious virus, and while doctors say that these people were suffering from the symptoms of the flu, still needs official confirmation of the Center for publicizing them as such .

      "When you get confirmations H1N1 virus could move from the current numbers at about 8 or not, everything depends on the results we receive," Lanari said in dialogue with half radial.

      A case
      With a new case confirmed, Corrientes and infected sum 27 in the province. She is a woman of Capital, as reported by the Ministry of Public Health, whose positive analysis of influenza A was reported by the Laboratory of Clinical Analysis Manlab, the Federal Capital.
      Also in the last 24 hours were admitted 14 new suspected samples to the Central Laboratory of the Province, from Bella Vista, Curuzú Cuatiá, Sao Tome and capital, forming a base total of 245 samples to date.
      At the country level, deaths and infected by influenza A continues to increase, but due to delays in sending Malbrán results, the numbers of confirmations are minors who are cree-exist in reality. For instance, two days ago, the institute reported to Corrientes on 15 new cases, whose studies were conducted on June 23 (see map with distribution of infected and deaths in the country).
      That is the only influenza A died from so far are two officially recognized. Capital One reported Malbrán and the other in Paso de los Libres reported by the private laboratory Manlab, while on the occurrence of new deaths attributed to influenza A (H1N1) from the provincial health portfolio indicated that they inform the next few hours, then the analysis of references sent from the interior provinces.
      Is that yesterday unveiled another suspected death from the virus. This is a boy of 32 years, identified with the surname Encinas, who died in the last hours in the town of Mercedes Sanatorio homonym, and it is suspected that the cause was the H1N1 virus.
      The man would have lived until recently in Buenos Aires, working in a construction company. There would have contracted the disease. Encinas was interned in several days, and clinical trials conducted by private-as-he knew he had found the dreaded influenza A.
      Although the boy did not have a disease and, over the past two weeks showed a severe respiratory table, which leads to complications that resulted in the house maintenance therapy mentioned sanatorium, where he died on Monday night that the medical efforts to prevent the fatal outcome.


      FACT THE FLU
      According to official sources, the Governor of the province will announce today whether or not adhere to the decree of the Ministry of the Interior's Office which provides a break for health on Friday by the pandemic.

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      • #4
        Re: A/H1N1 confirmed/suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

        Source: http://www.mega24.com.ar/enlace.php?idn=54911

        8/Jul/2009
        CURRENT CASE RECORDS 28
        Health report on a possible new death from influenza A
        (Mega24) on possible new deaths attributed to influenza A H1N1, the Ministry of Public Health of the Province, through the Committee on Collision of Influenza A H1N1, said that in the next few hours will report to, then the analysis references sent from the interior provinces.

        Until Tuesday are 28 confirmed cases of the disease, of whom 27 were reported by the Institute "Dr. Carlos Malbrán, "an official reference 1 and by the Laboratory of Clinical Analysis Manlab.

        While in the last 24 hours were admitted 14 new suspected samples to the Central Laboratory of the Province, from Bella Vista, Curuzú Cuatiá, Sao Tome and Capital, which formed a total of 245 samples to date.

        Of all the cases, two people are dead in a Capital (notified by the Malbrán) and another in Paso de los Libres (informed by the private laboratory Manlab).

        By this time, still runs a meeting of the Approach of Influenza A (H1N1) in the seat of the provincial health portfolio, where one of the treatment is the criterion to be adopted by the County before a decree of the Ministry of Interior the Nation, which provides a holiday for next Friday for influenza A.

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        • #5
          Re: A/H1N1 2 confirmed/ 7 suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

          Source: http://www.diariolarepublica.com.ar/...a.php?i=159792

          Google translation:


          DEATH IN CAPITAL AND INTERIOR
          Influenza A (H1N1): Currents recorded 9 deaths per respiratory infection, but only 2 were confirmed

          Expected from the national reference laboratory, the Institute "Dr. Carlos Malbrán 'determinations on the remaining 7 deaths registered in the towns of Concepcion, Mercedes, and Curuzú Cuatiá Capital.

          Minister of Health of the Province, Adolf Schneider, reported today that are recorded in Corrientes 9 people died from respiratory infections, which until now were only 2 confirmed cases of influenza type A H1N1 and Step in Capital de los Libres, as expected from the national reference laboratory, the Institute "Dr. Carlos Malbrán 'determinations on the remaining 7 deaths registered in the towns of Concepcion, Mercedes, and Curuzú Cuatiá Capital.

          The minister's statement came within hours of training offered from noon today in facilities of the Club de Regatas Corrientes for directors of hospitals and Internal Capital, which reported that "so far we have 9 deaths associated with respiratory diseases but only two confirmations, one in capital and another in Paso de los Libres. "

          "As you know, the official information of cases of Influenza A H1N1 in the outcomes of the national reference laboratory, the Malbrán, from where we were so far reported only one death in capital, while no stranger sent by the positive laboratory tests Manlab on the death in Paso de los Libres, "added the minister.

          "On the unconfirmed deaths, are waiting for 7 determinations whose swabs from different locations in the Interior, in addition to the Capital as Idea, Curuzú Cuatiá and Mercedes, who were sent to Malbrán," added the official.

          Schneider statements were a prelude to a series of skills that were developed later by the Director General of the Ministry of Public Health, and Anibal Jorge Alegre Cialzeta, the program director, Juan Antonio Pascual, and deputy director of Epidemiology, Angelina Bobadilla, plus members of the Collision of Influenza A H1N1, including specialists and Vratnica Claudia Mariquita Bangher, among others.

          Among the topics were presented: an update of the epidemiological situation of Corrientes, patterns of distribution, general recommendations on pediatric patients, adult patients on general recommendations, social distancing measures, status of primary care to the epidemic and providing indications and treatment .

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          • #6
            Re: A/H1N1 2 confirmed/ 7 suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

            Source: http://www.el-litoral.com.ar/leer_no...Noticia=113639

            Wednesday edition of 08 July 2009 [See current edition]

            EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SITUATION OF THE PROVINCE
            There 4mil suspected by influenza A and 9 deaths from respiratory infection
            Publication Date: Thursday, 09 July 2009

            The Ministry of Health reported yesterday that 9 deaths of respiratory infections, only 2 were able to ascertain that the H1N1 virus, while awaiting the results of analysis of the other fatalities from Malbrán.


            Due to delays in sending scores of suspected cases of influenza A is 4-mil-in the whole province by the Institute Malbrán are delayed confirmations (or not) of this condition by the Ministry of Public Health. So 9 of victims who suffered fatal infections in 7 is not yet reveal the mystery that caused his death. Whether or not the H1N1 virus, although the doctors who attended these ensures that all patients had symptoms compatible with the disease.
            In this context of delay by the Malbrán, national focal point for these studies, but now joined other private laboratories, such as the Federal Capital Manlab, National Health decided that first suspected case of influenza A treatment is to the antiviral oseltamivir. A shareholder who found the provincial health portfolio to apply before the national announcement, due to the backlog of reports from the center of Buenos Aires. And avoid putting patients at risk of possible complications.
            Thus, the province recorded until about 4 thousand suspected cases of influenza A, estimated delivered treatments, said the deputy director of Epidemiology, Angelina Bobadilla, during his speech at the meeting attended by all directors of hospitals in the province Racing Club, to train on this unknown disease.
            However, the basis of reports in the Central Laboratory of the Province since the beginning of the pandemic in Corrientes is 259 samples, which are covered by the 27 confirmed Malbrán and 232 cases with outcome still undetermined (see box), a which adds the deceased was reported positive by the laboratory of clinical analysis Manlab.
            Is that as mentioned on other occasions health officials, not all suspected samples sent to Malbrán due to delayed reporting, but of those patients are placed, they are severe or died. However, any person who might suffer is evidence of influenza A, it immediately gives the corresponding medication. Therefore, the difference in the number of suspected cases with treatment and those whose samples were sent to Malbrán.

            Deaths
            Faced with numerous versions of deaths from influenza A in different parts of the province, the minister of Public Health, Adolf Schneider, who reported in Corrientes are 9 persons who died because of respiratory infections, which so far only 2 cases were confirmed for influenza type A H1N1 and Capital in Paso de los Libres.
            As expected from the national reference laboratory, the Institute "Dr. Carlos Malbrán 'determinations on the remaining 7 deaths registered in the towns of Concepcion, Mercedes, and Curuzú Cuatiá Capital.
            "We have until 9 deaths associated with respiratory diseases but only two confirmations, one in capital and another in Paso de los Libres," Schneider said during the talk at the club in the park.
            "As you know, the official information of cases of influenza A H1N1 in the outcomes of the national reference laboratory, the Malbrán, from where we were so far reported only one death in capital, while no stranger sent by the positive laboratory tests Manlab on the death in Paso de los Libres, "added the minister.
            "On the unconfirmed deaths, are waiting for 7 determinations whose swabs from different locations in the interior, in addition to the Capital as Idea, Curuzú Cuatiá and Mercedes, who were sent to Malbrán," the official said.


            FLU NUMBERS
            200
            Patients with respiratory problems are placed in different parts of the province.
            20
            Of them are housed in the intensive care room, of which
            14
            Receiving mechanical ventilation

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            • #7
              Re: A/H1N1 2 confirmed/ 7 suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

              Source: http://www.diariolarepublica.com.ar/...a.php?i=159796

              formal ratification of the publication of the republic
              Minister of Health official who would have more deaths by influenza A
              The head of the health, Adolf Schneider, said that once results come from Buenos Aires, those killed by the new influenza would reach nine. The peak of the disease will occur in 15 days.
              Finally yesterday, the Public Health Ministry official that the two official deaths from influenza A H1N1 is in the province, could add another seven if in the next few hours the Institute Dr. Carlos Malbrán sends confirmation of the samples sent for analysis days ago.
              The formalization of more suspicious deaths made the provincial health minister, Adolf Schneider, as part of a reunion with regard to the health portfolio, carried out yesterday at the Club de Regatas.
              The officer confirmed what was published in yesterday's edition of The Republic, which stated that although an official two deaths caused by viruses, have seven more pending.
              Schneider reported that in flows are nine people died because of respiratory infections, which until now were only 2 confirmed cases of influenza type A H1N1 and Capital in Paso de los Libres, as is expected from the national reference laboratory, the Institute "Dr. Carlos Malbrán 'determinations on the remaining 7 deaths registered in the towns of Concepcion, Mercedes, and Curuzú Cuatiá Capital.
              "As you know, the official information of cases of Influenza A H1N1 in the outcomes of the national reference laboratory, the Malbrán, from where we were so far reported only one death in capital, while no stranger sent by the positive laboratory tests Manlab on the death in Paso de los Libres, "added the minister.
              "On the unconfirmed deaths, are waiting for 7 determinations whose swabs from different locations in the Interior, in addition to the Capital as Idea, Curuzú Cuatiá and Mercedes, who were sent to Malbrán," added the official.

              Check subtraction
              The two confirmed dead, they were joined by others who died with symptoms of Corrientes.
              The last case that transcended that of a man of 32 years, who died in a private clinic in the town of Mercedes, with symptoms compatible with influenza.
              In Concepcion, a 37-year-old woman, surnamed Fernandez, also died with symptoms of the new flu. In the same town, a few days ago, it was learned that another young woman died and the doctors suspect that the reason is influenza A.
              Furthermore, Ituzaingó, a source reported that a student of a private university in Ayolas (Paraguay) argentina nationality and resident in the town Correntina, died at the weekend for respiratory complications. In this case, experts are trying to ascertain whether the complication was fatal or not the H1N1 flu.
              In the provincial capital, also died in the first "official" last week, several people died from respiratory diseases. In all cases, it is suspected that the virus suffered.
              One case is that of a boy in school. Another is that of a man surnamed Villalba, 32, who died seven days in hospital "José Ramón Vidal.

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                Re: A/H1N1 2 confirmed/ 10 suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

                Source: http://www.sietepuntasdigital.com/2.....php?idn=28911

                Corrientes, Tuesday July 14, 2009 Forecast: T: 15 H: 42%
                43 CASES CONFIRMED BY LABORATORY
                Ten deaths were suspected of Influenza A H1N1 in Corrientes

                In studies in the morning Health Minister Adolfo Schneider gave figures about cases of Influenza A H1N1. He said that 10 deaths are suspected by the symptoms. But only ratified by the two Institutes and Malbrán Manlab. Requests cooperation of the population.

                The head of the health of the province, Adolph Schneider confirmed cases of Influenza A H1N1 was maintained at 43, but in the last few hours which was the figure of suspicious deaths. Is that the seven had been announced over the weekend, are now 10 people are presumed killed by the disease declared pandemic.

                The confirmations were given by the Institute and Malbrán Manlab. They confirmed that one case for each institution, two deaths in current influenza A H1N1.

                While there is a significant flow of people for consultation, not all of them to send samples to centers of above analysis, as in meeting with the Minister of Health of the Nation was agreed that the only study of people suffering from some respiratory ailment.

                Of which are confirmed with the symptoms of the disease among the 24 or 48 hours should be treated with the antiviral, oseltamivir, and remain under observation by the health authorities. He reminded the Minister that the public should bear in mind that what matters is to know sudden fever will have or not their disease, more severe headache, general decay, sometimes nausea and vomiting.

                And while there is a group that it is advisable to be immunized against seasonal flu, and children over 60, not to prevent the spread of Influenza A H1N1, the more it affects the young and are often not vaccinated. But the minister stressed that although the doses are those people, not prevent the spread of disease declared pandemic.

                The risk of pregnant people is much higher than the rest of the population. "Because they act like immuno-depressed patients, so the licensing needs of women who are in that condition to be an important risk group" Schneider said.

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                • #9
                  Re: A/H1N1 2 confirmed/ 10 suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

                  Source: http://www.el-litoral.com.ar/leer_no...Noticia=114007

                  Google translation:

                  41 TWO AND INFECTED WITH DEATH CONFIRMED
                  Gripe over suspicious death
                  Publication Date: Wednesday, July 15, 2009

                  The Ministry of Health warned that the province was another death by a respiratory disease and is in addition to suspected cases of influenza A. Already 13. Corrientes province is the most affected of the NEA. The Malbran has studied more than 300 samples of the province. Meanwhile, the business of chinstrap and alcohol gel continues to yield positive returns (see photo).




                  According to the latest Ministry of Health of the Nation, Corrientes is located in the first place among the provinces with more NAS confirmed cases of influenza A. While yesterday joined new suspicious deaths from the disease.
                  With 41 confirmed deaths and two notifications, the province ranks first with more cases of influenza A, followed by 39 infected with Formosa, Chaco after 34 missions and 27 cases and 3 deaths, according to some of the national health.
                  Also, the Central Laboratory of the Province reported yesterday by the addition of 15 new samples of suspected H1N1 influenza A will be sent in the next few hours to the national reference laboratory, the Institute "Carlos Malbrán," in which he maintained until the time the total of 43 confirmed cases, three of which were determined by Manlab.
                  The database of the Central Laboratory of the province recorded 311 samples sent to Malbrán, which draws 40 confirmations, 15 cases rejected and two positive for seasonal flu, while the rest are still awaiting determination for the province of Corrientes. Another three were positive laboratory tests Manlab, where confirmations were sent on a death of Paso de los Libres and two patients and in healthy Mercedes.

                  Fatalities[B]
                  Asked about the suspicious deaths, the minister of Public Health Adolph Schneider told El Litoral that figure rose to 13 (through Monday reported 10). "These patients were diagnosed as respiratory infections, but the symptoms were compatible with influenza A was decided to take samples to be analyzed by the Institute Malbrán," the official explained.
                  As the number of confirmed deaths due to disease in the province continues in two, then stressed. In this context, although the ministry did not report that included a list of suspicious deaths, it is worth mentioning the death of the priest of the chapel located in Mariano I. Loza (Station Solari), Humberto Schamberger, who died last Saturday due to pneumonia.[/B]

                  Suspected samples
                  Moreover, from the Central Laboratory reported yesterday admitted 15 new suspected samples, which corresponds to people aged between 21 and 76 years and five children 1, 2 and 6 months and 3 and 10 years .
                  Of these new cases. eight corresponding to the city of Corrientes, Goya two to one at Bella Vista, one of Willow, two Mercedes and another to Cologne Carlos Pellegrini.

                  FLU NUMBERS
                  13
                  They are suspicious deaths by influenza A in the Province. These are patients who died of respiratory infection by tables, with symptoms compatible with this disease.

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                  • #10
                    Re: A/H1N1 2 confirmed/ 10 suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

                    Source: http://www.mega24.com.ar/enlace.php?idn=55320

                    17/Jul/2009
                    Official data from the Province
                    With new deceased suspect, remain at the 43 confirmed Influenza A H1N1
                    (Public Information) According to data issued today by the Central Laboratory of the province remains at 43 the total of confirmed cases of Influenza A H1N1 in Corrientes were recorded as deceased by a new respiratory infection in Monte Caseros

                    (Public Information) According to data issued today by the Central Laboratory of the province remains at 43 the total of confirmed cases of Influenza A H1N1 in Corrientes were recorded as deceased by a new respiratory infection in Monte Caseros whose sample was sent to National Reference Laboratory, the Institute "Dr. Carlos Malbrán, "to consider whether it was the new flu.

                    The income of suspects who had lab today the Ministry of Health were 7, and if not transcended until more data related to each sample, it was learned that came from localities where they are suspected cases, without detect viral movement into new territories.

                    As for the confirmation that the province is the basis of 43 cases: 40 Malbrán determined by the 3 and confirmed by the Institute for Clinical Manlab.

                    In turn, these people are confirmed dead 2: 1 reviewed by the Capital Malbrán 1 and Paso de los Libres informed by the Manlab.

                    On all deaths associated with respiratory infection that boxes are being studied by the national reference laboratory, the figures account for 14 deaths in total, of which 12 were left to determine whether a flu type A H1N1.


                    Goya is so far the town Correntina, apart from the provincial capital, where more suspected cases of Influenza type were detected during the Emergency Health for Influenza A H1N1.

                    For this reason, they left after noon today due to the locality Undersecretary of Public Health, Emilio Lanari, the program director, Juan Antonio Pascual and assistant director of epidemiology in the province, Angelina Bobadilla to meet with local authorities, including the hospital director Dr. Camilo Muniagurria "Javier Churruarín.



                    While the bulk of the confirmed cases did not mark the occurrence tendency to Goya, is whether increasing the income of suspected samples from the village to the Central Laboratory of the Province, so health officials will work during the rest of the day in unifying criteria for suspicion and the quality analysis of methodologies for detection of cases, in addition to support institutional management Churruarín in the area.

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                    • #11
                      Re: A/H1N1 2 confirmed/ 10 suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

                      Source: http://www.diariolarepublica.com.ar/...a.php?i=160072

                      subtract an additional 12 confirmed deaths from the disease
                      Influenza A: three deaths were confirmed in Corrientes

                      This is a person who died in Monte Caseros with disease symptoms. Their samples were sent to the Institute Malbrán. Last night the traveling version of another death in Capital. Yesterday, seven new suspected cases were admitted to the Central Laboratory.
                      And three deaths from Influenza A (H1N1) in Corrientes. Yesterday, the last part of the Ministry of Health of the Province, was confirmed dead by a new respiratory infection in Monte Caseros, the sample was sent to the National Reference Laboratory, the Institute "Dr. Carlos Malbrán, to study whether the new flu. At press time, it was mentioned that there would have been another death caused by this disease. It would be a couple of Capital, who died in the Hospital Vidal.
                      Although no new cases come on confirmations, I must say that with regard to the province, a total of 43. Of these, 40 were determined by Malbrán, 3 and confirmed by the Institute for Clinical Manlab.
                      Meanwhile, in the laboratory of the Public Health Ministry yesterday admitted 7 new suspected cases. As reported, the possible cases come from localities where they are suspected cases.
                      In this regard, sources from the health portfolio, ensure that no movement was detected the virus in new territories. The cities which already have confirmed cases are: Capital, Paso de los Libres (9 samples), La Cruz, Goya, Virasoro, Bella Vista, but now we should add, Monte Caseros.
                      2 of these cases relate to deceased persons: 1 reviewed by the Capital Malbrán 1 and Paso de los Libres informed by the Manlab.
                      On all deaths associated with respiratory infection that boxes are being studied by the national reference laboratory, the figure rises to 14 deaths in total, of which 12 were left to determine whether a flu type A H1N1.
                      In the health centers in the Capital Correntina, there are several people in intensive care in a state sensitive to symptoms similar to those of influenza A.

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                      • #12
                        Re: A/H1N1 2 confirmed/ 10 suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

                        Source: http://www.el-litoral.com.ar/leer_no...Noticia=114343

                        Google translation:

                        Most victims WAS UP 30 YEARS
                        Suspicious deaths are 13, two confirmed
                        Publication Date: Sunday, July 19, 2009

                        On Friday there were two deaths by respiratory problems. In total, 15 people lost their lives for this cause in the province, although only two were confirmed by the Malbrán as a result of influenza A. Laboratory delays persist.


                        THE FACT flu
                        On Monday came the final part of the 4 Malbrán confirmed cases of influenza A, which was 43. Meanwhile, more than 300 suspected samples without response from the reference laboratory.

                        After spending 10 days in boarding school during the hospital Vidal, a young man of 22 years on Friday became the latest fatal case of respiratory problems associated with the current influenza A H1N1. Since the beginning of the pandemic, Corrientes and counted a dozen fatalities, although most (13) was not confirmed by laboratory Malbrán even as the product of the new virus.
                        A week ago the health authorities of the province highlighted a notable decrease in the number of consultations in the different health center dedicated to treating such conditions, however does not happen like that with the deaths continue to rise.
                        "The deaths occurred in people who have an average age of 40 years, up to 30 years", say health officials who noted that the number of declines is far from overcoming the mortality that has a common flu.
                        With regard to the last victim, the hospital's director Vidal, Silvia Lapertosa, confirmed to The Coast "The young man was placed 10 days ago", and said he had a grave picture of pneumonia and was assisted respirator. It also showed that these days "16 other people are interned, of whom therapy and breathing are three."
                        On Friday the official part of the portfolio of Public Health reported a new suspect died in the town of Monte Caseros, whose sample was sent to the national reference laboratory to study whether this is the new flu.
                        The truth is that in terms of confirmations in which the province is the basis of 43 cases: 40 Malbrán determined by the 3 and confirmed by the Institute for Clinical Manlab and, in turn, these 2 are confirmed deceased persons: 1 reviewed by the Capital Malbrán 1 and Paso de los Libres Manlab informed.
                        Consequently, the total of deaths associated with respiratory infection that boxes are being studied by the national reference laboratory, the figures account for 15 deaths in total, of which 13 were left to determine whether a flu type A H1N1.

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                        • #13
                          Re: A/H1N1 2 confirmed/ 10 suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

                          Source: http://www.sietepuntasdigital.com/2.....php?idn=29091

                          Corrientes, Wednesday July 22, 2009 Forecast: T: 12 H: 54%
                          AND THE NEXT CLASSES BEGIN MONDAY
                          Amounting to 63 cases of Influenza A in the province

                          According to confirmation from the Ministry of Health of the province, Corrientes and 63 staff have contracted influenza A with the recent confirmation of 6 new cases. Of these, three died. In total, 13 suspicious deaths, and another 130 samples to be confirmed at the Institute Carlos Malbrán.

                          In the final hours were added three new confirmed cases of Influenza A H1N1 and 63 in total across the province. The recent confirmation by the people belonging to Malbrán Capital Mantilla and Caa Catia. Meanwhile, contends the number of deaths, three were ratified by the Mlabrán and one by the Manlab.

                          It is noteworthy that all these states of patients' comorbidity, ie they had predisposing medical charts, "as noted by the health specialists.
                          In the last hours in one case was ruled out of the 14 suspicious deaths, all respiratory infections.

                          While the Central Laboratory of the province reported that 9 were admitted for testing suspected samples from Capital, Caa Cati, Mantilla, Paso de los Libres, Curuzú Cuatiá and Cologne Libertad; in this way are sent to the 359 centers for the expected results.

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                            Re: A/H1N1 2 confirmed/ 10 suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

                            Source: http://www.diariolarepublica.com.ar/...a.php?i=160277

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                            Influenza A: Curuzú reported another death in suspicious cases and add
                            In Irastorza would have killed a couple of 21 years to which he had been diagnosed with the disease. It would be the second case in this city.

                            A victim would have been fatal in Curuzú Cuatiá following influenza virus A (H1N1), which represent the second case in this city. This is a couple of 21 years originally from Paso de los Libres, who was interned since late last week in the intensive care of a private school.

                            A woman of 21 years with a suspected case of influenza A, died in the afternoon of Wednesday in a private sanitarium in this city, as the editor of The Journal of Curuzú.

                            According to what transpired, the woman was originally from Paso de los Libres and had come to the health center last weekend and was placed in serious condition in intensive care.

                            According to what reported yesterday by The Journal of Curuzú, this would add to the death of a woman with a suspected case, originally from Cologne and Freedom which was in the hospital Fernando Irastorza.
                            Official data indicate that as of last night more than 80 cases of Influenza A (H1N1) in Corrientes, following the confirmation of 19 more samples from the Institute "Dr. Carlos Malbrán on Thursday afternoon, while the number of dead remains in Corrientes 3.

                            The assistant director of hospital epidemiology and responsible "Dr. Fernando Irastorza, "Grela Marcelo, told the portal curuzucuateño said that" in this week could reach the hundreds of suspected cases in that city. " "Influenza is provided. In recent days have decreased the number of patients with symptoms, although febrile cases are the most popular and rightly so. Now we are to detect 90 suspected cases so far this disease since it is likely that this week could reach 100 cases, "he said.
                            While most queries are an outpatient, trying to heal or recover at home, Grela confirmed in the final hours were the death of a patient originally from Cologne freedom, but made it clear that also had other complications conditions.

                            Later said: "In the San Roque Hospital were treating three suspected cases, is a native of Paso de los Libres," and that "the majority of health centers in the neighboring towns are referring patients with symptoms and we what we refer to the confirmation or not the above areas, "he concluded.

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                              Re: A/H1N1 2 confirmed/ 10 suspect deaths reported in Corrientes

                              Source: http://www.corrientesonline.com/noti...07.php?i=32558

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                              More deaths from influenza A
                              The Ministry of Public Health in the province confirmed three other cases, in addition to the above amount to five. "Among the positive samples correspond to two patients who died days ago," said the owner of the portfolio.

                              Sources Health confirmed two new deaths from influenza A (H1N1) in Corrientes, after receiving results from the new institute Malbrán, so the death toll rises to five in the entire province. On the other hand, are still awaiting results from samples taken with 16 other people died with respiratory problems.

                              Minister of Health of the Province, Adolf Schneider, met in his office of the thirteen new Malbrán samples, six negative and seven positive.

                              "Among the positive samples correspond to two patients who died days ago," confirmed from the health portfolio.

                              With these results, cases of influenza A in Corrientes Malbrán confirmed by the amount to 83, plus three who had been supported by the institute Malbrán, which makes a total of 86.

                              The information received by the province of Corrientes has delayed due to saturation of the institute Malbrán by the number of samples that are received from throughout the country.

                              The Ministry of Public Health, is anxiously awaiting 16 samples considered high risk, it would be believed by H1N1 positive.

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