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  • #16
    Re: Vietnam MOH confirms male, 22, positive for H5N1 bird flu - Binh Duong province

    From post #2 above --

    On February 17, he had high temperatures and breathing difficulty, and was brought to a local hospital.

    On Feb. 23, he was transferred to the Ho Chi Minh City Hospital for Infectious Diseases and Tropical Diseases as his conditions became worse.
    I hope that they will report the treatment that was used to save this individual. Antiviral treatment is generally only successful within 48 hours of infection. Truong Phu Son probably did not start receiving H5N1 influenza treatment until he was transferred to Ho Chi Minh City at least six days after onset. According to the above post, he was treated for at least 10 days.
    http://novel-infectious-diseases.blogspot.com/

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    • #17
      Vietnam MOH confirms male, 22, positive for H5N1 bird flu - Binh Duong province

      5 March 2012 - The Ministry of Health has reported a confirmed case of human infection with avian influenza A (H5N1) virus.

      The case is a 22 year-old male from Thanh Hoa province who lived and worked in Binh Duong province. He developed symptoms on 17 February 2012 and first sought medical care on 21 February 2012. He was admitted to the intensive care unit of the Hospital for Tropical Diseases on 23 February 2012 and received Oseltamivir upon admission. He is currently still in hospital.

      Confirmatory test results for influenza A (H5N1) were obtained on 25 February 2012 by the Pasteur Institute Ho Chi Minh City, a WHO National influenza Centre.

      Epidemiological investigation indicates that the man was involved in the slaughter and consumption of ducks. Pasteur Institute in Ho Chi Minh City and the local health sector are conducting the investigation and response. Close contacts of the case with fever have received prophylaxis and are being monitored; all have been confirmed as negative for H5N1 by PCR.

      To date, of the 122 confirmed cases in Viet Nam, 61 have been fatal.

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      • #18
        Re: Vietnam MOH confirms male, 22, positive for H5N1 bird flu - Binh Duong province

        Patient infected with influenza A/H5N1: 'I didn't eat Duck Soup '

        (D?n tr?)-Is an acquaintance living in Western Siam duck bring up courtesy, he dismissed them seamlessly thanks to Paint made flesh. 'That day, not making more soup after the chores, I tight piece of Duck dish but not eat the lemon warehouse has the busy to go to work'. Add a > > infections influenza A/H5N1
        After half a month active treatment hospital in tropical diseases, PREPARATIONS for the third bird flu infections in the year 2012 has fully recovered. After two consecutive deaths in Western, this is the case the hi hữu suffered diseases dangerous to be rescued.
        excited to be running River mixed with obsession about the diseases themselves moderate struggled to overcome, he Zhang Phu Son said: 'after 5 days of high fever in a row, I have both strong antibiotics but do not see illness remission. Turn on Thursday, the family moved to the Hospital Corps 4, Binh Duong in doctor suspected bird flu infection, should I continue to be transferred to hospital of Tropical Diseases. After knowing the result positive for H5N1, I think many situations themselves did and duck meat processing '.

        However, he Painted his information had infected avian influenza because eating more broth by: 'that day, after doing the cooking is done, and I have to go into the fold should try not eating anything. More duck meal that doesn't do dishes more broth that just made the dish duck poached lemon. All the people that were eating duck no matter what, only I'm infected, the more likely I was suffering from a virus attack during slaughter and processing '.
        DR. Nguyen Thanh School, Dean infection D, tropical diseases hospital said: 'so far the health of patients had recovered, expected today (6/3) we will give patients discharged from hospital. However, the status of pneumonia caused by influenza A/H5N1 virus usually leave these lesions cause lung fibrosis is less likely to recover, so after the discharge of patients will have consultations per week to be watched '.


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        • #19
          Re: Vietnam MOH confirms male, 22, positive for H5N1 bird flu - Binh Duong province

          As highlighted by the WHO statement (see post http://www.flutrackers.com/forum/sho...3&postcount=17 ), among the close contacts of the patient, a number of people were feverish and treated with the antiviral drug oseltamivir.

          However, so far, all tested negative for H5N1 virus at PCR.

          (IOH)

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          • #20
            Re: Vietnam MOH confirms male, 22, positive for H5N1 bird flu - Binh Duong province

            Third bird flu patient of the year recovers, leaves Vietnam hospital

            Last Updated: Tuesday, March 06, 2012

            Vietnam?s third bird flu (H5N1) patient of this year was discharged Tuesday after being treated for nine days in a Ho Chi Minh City hospital.

            A Tuoi Tre newspaper report quoted a doctor as saying that Truong Phu Son, 22, was no longer in a critical condition.

            He is now in stable health, said Dr. Nguyen Thanh Truong, chief of the Contagious Diseases Ward at the HCMC Hospital for Tropical Diseases.

            However, he still needs weekly check-ups, since damage caused to lungs by H5N1 virus-related pneumonia cannot be fully healed, Truong said.

            Truong also said Son?s case was as critical as cases recorded in 2003 when bird flu first broke out in Vietnam. Without timely and intensive treatment he could have not been able to recover, he added.

            read more - http://www.thanhniennews.com/2010/pa...-recovery.aspx
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