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Indonesia - June 30 2010 to August 17, 2010

by: Bronco Bill

Wed Jun 30, 2010 at 07:24:33 AM EDT


This diary is to track and discuss news regarding Indonesia.
Bronco Bill :: Indonesia - June 30 2010 to August 17, 2010
The previous Indonesia News Diary is here.
Indonesia, New Case Diary: Makassar Susp. Clust.; Nov 11, 2008 is here
Indonesia, New Cases list: Oct. 30, 2008 to... is here.
Indonesia, New Cases list: Oct. 9, 2008 to Oct. 30, 2008 is here.
Indonesia, New Cases list: August 31, 2008 to October 8, 2008 is here.
Indonesia, New Cases list: June 21, 2008 to August 26, 2008 is here.
Indonesia, New Cases list: May 19, 2008 to June 21, 2008 is here.
Indonesia, New Cases list: April 10, 2008 to May 19, 2008 is here.
Indonesia, New Cases list:  March 13, 2008 to April 10, 2008 is here.
Indonesia, New Cases list:  Jan. 26 - March 18, 2008 is here.
Indonesia, New Cases list: Oct. 30, 2007 to Jan. 25, 2008 is here.
Indonesia, New Cases list: Jan 25, 2007 to Oct. 30, 2007 is here.

The Indonesia maps by Okieman and the Newshounds are here.

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Four Children Admitted to Dr. Soedarso Hospital
Four Bird Flu Suspect Children Admitted to Dr. Soedarso Hospital
June 30, 2010
http://www.pontianakpost.com/i...
Pontianak:  The AI isolation Room at dr Soedarso, Tuesday (29 / 6), reaccepted bird flu suspect patients.  Unsparingly this time four patients went directly into the isolation room, after previous examinations in emergency rooms. These patients were Ardian, Wenti Pratiwi, Audina and Ari.

"All patients are children under 10 years old.  They successively came around this afternoon, with a lapse of time that was not too long.  So that there are currently five patients coupled with yesterday's entry, "said dr. Salam, Chairman of the Team Physician handling of bird flu dr. Soedarso, the Pontianak Post, yesterday (29 / 6).

According to Salam,upon arrival at the hospital, the patient's condition was not fair. While the examination results showed a very high body temperature, accompanied by a cough and runny nose.  In addition, after hearing the story of a family member where there were dead chickens suddenly near her home, then the patient was directly moved to patient isolation room. Although the condition is quite good, it still takes action to enter into the isolation room, to know the truth.

"Looking at the symptoms, we decided to bring the patient into the isolation room.  Since this is an act of prevention of transmission of the virus. In addition, the team can do further testing," said Salam.

Besides being inserted into isolation rooms, patients were also given early treatment with antibiotics for fever and containing oseltamivir Tamiflu.  Until now, they still continue to monitor the patient's progress.   Blood sampling as well as swabs (mucus throat) have been conducted with the Provincial Health Office.  The samples were immediately sent to the Institute for Research and Development Laboratory of the Ministry of Health (Balitbangkes) MOH to ensure positive or not infected H5N1.  The head of teh Pontianak City Health Office, Multi Juto Bhatarendo, confirmed that four people went into Sudarso Pontianak hospitals.

"They have a fever and were referred, because there is a history of chickens suddenly dying in their environment," said Multi malam.  At this time this patient had a referral from Bhayangkara hospital, health center and works Mulya Purnama.

"The action of referrals to Soedarso hospitals are correct. But the suspect is not yet right for the term.  Because it must be proved by the results of inspection of poultry in the vicinity," Multi said.

Currently the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Pontianak City continues to educate.  "We also continue to coordinate with relevant agencies.  Officers in the field are also to inform," he said.  



"I am opposed to any form of tyranny over the mind of man."  Thomas Jefferson


Four Patients Still Isolated
Pontianak, West Kalimantan ::: 4-year-old negative bird flu. Four other children under isolation (0.00 / 0)
Pontianak : Following to avian influenza (AI) outbreak in chickens, four people from different areas in Pontianak are under intensive treatment of alleged bird flu infection. Patients were reported to develop fever and flu symptoms after chickens suddenly died around their neighborhood.
Patients are being treated in dr Soedarso hospital, Pontianak. A patient has recovered and discharged from hospital, while four patients are still isolated, Ad (10), Ap (15), Da (10) and Wt (9). Da and Wt are cousins, and neighbors of Ap residing in Karya Bhakti street. Ad is resident of Pak Benceng of Pontianak city.

http://birdflucorner.wordpress...  

by: Arkanoid Legent @ Wed Jun 30, 2010 at 02:28:50 AM CDT
 

"I am opposed to any form of tyranny over the mind of man."  Thomas Jefferson


Suspect Bird Flu Patients Are Improving
July 1, 2010
http://www.pontianakpost.com/i...
PONTIANAK:  Bird flu suspect patients, Dany Ardian (10), Wenti Pratiwi (9), Audina (8) and Ari (15), who are currently being treated in isolation space dr Soedarso, conditions have improved.  Nevertheless it can not be concluded that they are negative as the first patient suspect bird flu, Deby Deborah (4.5), who has been declared negative.

"Although the condition of the patients showed improvement, such as the fever beginning to decline, as well as coughs and colds are starting to diminish, but before obtaining the laboratory results, we still will provide intensive care to patients.  They have been given drugs such as tamiflu, fever and antibiotics," said Tita Selati Sundari, Head of Hospital Services Soedarso to Pontianak Post, Wednesday (30 / 6).

According to Tita, the hospital will always be alert to bird flu suspect patients.  Therefore, when it is found in these patients, they will directly enter into the isolation room.

"We do this according to the applicable procedures, because we ourselves do not want to take the risk.  So if the symptoms are supported by the environmental conditions, such as dead chickens according to information from the patient's family, then we switch to direct isolation room for intensive care," he said.  An increase in bird flu suspect patients is not anticipated, Tita added, but the hospital has been preparing for the addition of beds and cots as a backup.

"Currently there are isolation rooms with a capacity for seven beds.  If circumstances force, then we can provide an additional four beds and three cots," he said.

For bird flu suspect patients, according to Tita, financing for treatment is free.  Because if the patient has Jamkesnas, Jamkesda, or Jamkesko, then they use the facilities for free treatment from the government.  As for public patients, then the financing will be borne by the Central Health Department.

"It's like the swine flu incident some time ago.  For the bird flu we also apply the same thing," said Tita.  

Meanwhile, a member of Parliament home ordinance, Karolin Natasa-Margret, who was met during a visit to dr Soedarso, appealed that the public not panic about bird flu suspect patients.  According to the eldest daughter of the Governor of West Kalimantan, although the condition of the patients are still under suspicion of bird flu, it could not be ascertained that there is bird flu in West Kalimantan.

"Patients who were treated for this, the laboratory result is still unknown.  So people should not conclude for yourself that Pontiac has bird flu.  Even the first patient was negative and has gone home. So do not panic, because society itself will be troublesome," exclaimed Karolin.  Instead, she suggested to the public, when seeing a sudden case of dead birds report this directly to the health department or animal husbandry.  The department will examine the case. To prevent transmission of bird flu in poultry to humans, people are always asked to cultivate healthy lifestyles, maintain endurance and body by eating nutritious food.   According Sukarni (42), a resident of Work Gang Bhakti II, his son Dany Ardian (10) was in intensive care in a special room in a government-owned hospitals.

"On Sunday (27 / 6) Dany's condition was accompanied by high fever cough and flu. The next day I brought him to the PHC Purnama. From there, he was immediately brought to hospitalsSoedarso.  Previously he was the condition of mediocrity.  He loves to play, as do other children. I do not think he belonged to the suspect cases that indicated bird flu," explained Sukarni, with a sad look on his face.  "However, Dany's condition is now improving. The temperature has gone down, Dany also looks healthy and is able to speak fluently, although his condition remains weak."  



"I am opposed to any form of tyranny over the mind of man."  Thomas Jefferson


Handling bird flu in Pontianak
http://m.tribunpontianak.co.id...

This translation is more garbled than usual.

Distanak - Health Open AI post

Mempawah, Tribune - Department of Agriculture and Livestock (Distanak) and Public Health (Health) Pontianak District, establishing a public complaints when the posts to find suspected cases of bird flu.

Head Distanak, drh Buntaran say, post it in anticipation of the discovery of bird flu suspected in Pontianak. No posts that could be reached was 691 016.

While head of Pontianak District Health Office, Dr Hj Armini said the posts in the Health Office to receive complaints, especially if there are residents who have found signs of bird flu patients.

"If you are experiencing symptoms of coughs colds with fever and shortness of breath, please mortar to us, he said Thursday (1 / 7). Dinkes posts contact numbers that can be reached 08,125,618,225.

Report: M Arief Purnomo | Editor: Dian Lestariflu this bird, do not until there was just about to fall victim to act dna we are still grateful that we still have not found the symptoms of bird flu, "he said.

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http://www.borneotribune.com/m...

Written by Johan Wahyudi Friday, July 2, 2010 PDF Print E-mail
Salut Distanak Performance

Vice Chairman of DPRD Kabupaten Pontianak, HM Amin H Aminin, stating kesalutannya attitude and quick response from the Department of Agriculture and Livestock (Distanak) Pontianak District in anticipation of the spread of bird flu outbreaks.

"Without waiting for the report public, Distanak already moving quickly provide counseling, spraying and doing traffic control livestock in the district of Pontianak. Hopefully, with this early anticipation, the spread of bird flu does not reach our area, "he said.

PPP legislator, however, it is hoped not only Diskes Distanak and actively engaging in prevention, but the public, especially poultry farmers should be proactive in keeping the environment clean animals, and immediately provide the report if it found the existence of bird flu symptoms, especially poultry deaths en masse.

"Without the help of the community or a breeder, kinerha Diskes Distanak and sara also feel useless. So we ask the community to share in anticipation of this bird flu, not to have fallen victim to act in dna we are still grateful that we still have not found the symptoms of bird flu, "he said.

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Relocation of RPA in Jakbar hampered Land

http://megapolitan.kompas.com/...

Friday, July 2, 2010 | 20:01 pm

KOMPAS / Vishnu WIDIANTORO
Live chicken traders who come to serve buyers lapaknya in Pasar Senen, Central Jakarta, Friday (23 / 4). Several traders said could be a little relieved after the government postponed the relocation plan which should be applied starting today.

If some could be released, the possibility of relocation can be realized the end of December.
- Kusdiana

Sudin Head West Jakarta Husbandry and Fisheries, Kusdiana, say, land which had been due to be RPA in Kapuk, Cengkareng, West Jakarta until now has not been adequate. Land is an asset owned by the Jakarta Provincial Government area of 6000 square meters only. Whereas the land needed to establish the RPA area of 60 thousand square meters or an area of 6 hectares.

Currently, the land around the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government's assets, there are also tens of hectares of land owned by one of the SOEs. For that, Kusdiana suggested that some of the land was owned by state-owned land could be freed to increase which will be established RPA. "If some could be released, the possibility of relocation can be realized the end of December this year," said Kusdiana, Friday (7/2/2010).

In addition to the land problems that have not been sufficient, prolong implementation of the relocation, said Kusdiana, due to the refusal of some chicken traders. "They (traders chicken) hopes to slaughter chickens survive and operate in the traditional markets. The bottom line traders who refused did not want to lose customers," said Kusdiana.

RPA, announced the relocation of DKI Jakarta Provincial Government in accordance with Regulation No. 4 Year 2007 regarding Control, Maintenance and Distribution of Poultry. Regulation aims to protect consumers in order to consume meat chicken rearing (safe, healthy, whole, and kosher) as well as to avoid a chicken and chicken berformalin tiren (died yesterday). In addition, people also avoid the circulation of sick chickens, especially from the bird flu virus.

According Kusdiana, his party until now continue to socialize the importance of eating meat chicken rearing. Public opinion should be changed. Or frozen chicken has cooled even more healthy and better for consumption. "We have consumers simply assume that looks fresh chicken meat traders sold more healthy, it could turn out that it was freezing cold and actually be healthier," he said.

Kusdiana explained, after the cut of chicken meat will be more secure if immediately frozen or stored in a refrigerator. Chicken meat that has been cut off and left just like that will quickly decompose and exposed to bacteria. "Bacteria grow rapidly. Within an hour, the bacteria in chicken meat that will develop into a million-fold," he said.

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Jakarta ::: Government announces a H5N1 positive case during May to June 2010
http://birdflucorner.wordpress...

Posted by Ida on July 2, 2010

Jakarta - Ministry of Health reported an additional bird flu (H5N1) positive during May to June 2010. Victim is a 34 years old female with initial TFA, a resident of Jakarta.

"Victim is stated positively contracting H5N1 by Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research Center, Ministry of Health, on June 4th 2010," announced General Director of Disease Control and Environmental Health (Dirjen Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan/P2PL), Ministry of Health, Tjandra Yoga Aditama in Jakarta, Thursday (1/7).

Victim started to feel sick on 25 May 2010 with signs fever, coughing, breathing difficulty, nausea and muscle pain. She came to a private clinic on 27 May, and then continued to get medical care to a private hospital in Tangerang on the next day.


"During hospitalization, she was worsening with severe pneumonia. On June 1 she was referred to Tangerang regional hospital and died within the same day,
" said Tjandra.

Before the illness, victim was having hobby of growing ornament plants in her yard, which is said as one of risk factor of infection. She was also reported to have had visited her parents in-law in Tangerang city,  a bird flu endemic area.

There is no influenza like illness symptom reported on victim's contacts within household, neighborhood or health workers.

The case has added total cumulative of bird flu cases in Indonesia since 2005 to June 2010 to 166 cases with 137 deaths.

This case has been reported to WHO by its representative, Dirjen P2PL.

Source: Indonesia Ministry of Communication and Information. http://bipnewsroom.info/index....

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


No Need to Panic By Death Chickens
House: No Need to Panic By Death Chickens
Friday, July 2, 2010 03:49 AM  

Pontianak (ANTARA News) - Members of the House of Representatives Commission IX-Margret Karolin Natasa asks people not to panic associated with the number of chickens that died in Pontianak and surrounding areas in the past two weeks.

"All has not been proven, people should not panic," said Natasa Karolin-Margret in Pontianak, Thursday.

According to PDI-P politicians, for the handling of bird flu had no fixed procedure that must be a related party. This applies to the handling of suspects and people with bird flu.

"Let's prove it if that's true," said Karolin from that electoral district ordinance.

On that occasion he also asked relevant agencies should provide an understanding of the causes, characteristics, prevention, and anticipation of bird flu.

Regarding whether or not Pontiac have a lab to detect bird flu virus, Karolin says it needs to be studied from various aspects, for example, the number of cases. "It is very expensive considering the value of the laboratory," he said.

District General Hospital (Hospital) dr. Pontiac Soedarso unexpected treat four patients referred from bird flu after a community health center (Puskesmas) because the condition of high fever and shortness of breath.

House of Representatives (DPR) RI through Commission IX continues to monitor events and positive expectations of bird flu in some parts of Indonesia. (*)

http://www.antaranews.com/beri...

United we stand: Divided we fall
www.flunewsnetwork.com


Two of the Pontianak patients are positive for H1N1

http://www.pontianakpost.com/index.php?mib=berita.detail&id=35928

Saturday, July 3, 2010, 08:21:00

Negative for Bird Flu, Swine Flu Positive

PONTIANAK-test results of laboratory examination of Research and Development Institute Ministry of Health in Jakarta for two patients, Dany Ardian (10) and Audina (8) susfect suspected H5N1 bird flu has been accepted party Soedarso Hospital. The results conclude that two negative pasein H5N1 (bird flu) but the positive H1N1 (swine flu). Now they are still undergoing intensive care isolation room. This was revealed in a press conference Soedarso Hospital party to a number of journalists, Friday (2 / 7). Description was submitted dr.Abdussalam, S.pp and dr.Dedet H, accompanied by the Head of Service S.ppa dr.Tita Sulandari Hospital and the Hospital of the public relations department, Rudy SH.

"Two patients who were treated in hospital isolation room negative Soedarso susfect bird flu, Influenza A type HINI positive. Type influenzanya than usual and not fatal bird flu, "said Dr. Abdussalam. And low in the cause of death. But it becomes dangerous if not treated quickly. Because the virus attacks the human lung tissue. Which spread through the human rather than from pigs. While for two other patients, Ar and WN, are still awaiting results of laboratory examinations of Research and Development Institute Ministry of Health in Jakarta know the symptoms of a virus that attacks. Simultaneously Dedet, said fourth condition of the patient is now his condition continues to improve.

Go back, go dr Abdussalam, typical clinical presentation of swine flu infection in humans are similar to ordinary inluenza. With symptoms of viral infections that attack humans if the fever more than 37.8 degrees centigrade, sore throat, cough, runny nose, headache and pain. While preventive measures that can be done, said Abdussalam, avoid contact with people who are sick. Then cover the nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing and washing hands with soap and water. "More important whenever possible to avoid contact with others when the flu," he said. "Or the silence in the house when they have flu symptoms. And swine influenza virus died on the temperature of 70 degrees Celsius, "he added. Another explanation about the prevention of H1N1 dr Dedet, maintaining the pattern of healthy eating by putting four of five perfect. To be able to awake the condition of the body. Because adequate protein intake. Because the disease attacks the body when conditions are weak. One reason for low protein content in the body. So that the body becomes weak immune. "That disease can get in," he said. (STM)

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http://www.tribunpontianak.co.id/printnews/artikel/13448

Prevent Flu Pandemic Pigs in West Kalimantan

Friday, July 2, 2010 | 23:10 pm

NOT subsided potential pandemic of bird flu (H5N1) in Pontianak, new threats emerge no less deadly.

Medical Response Team Coordinator for Avian Influenza and Avian Pig Dr Soedarso, Dr. Abdul Salam and Dr. Dedet Hidayah SpA, Friday (2 / 7), reveals the fact the entry of swaine flu (swine flu) in the City of Equatoria.

Two boys who initially suspected suspect bird flu, virus type A positive is infected, the virus of classical swine influenza H1N1 serotypes. Drums of death in Kalbar bertalu tub (continuous tube???). Although the case fatality rate (CFR) swine flu in Indonesia in 2005, only 2.5 percent compared to the bird flu reaches 80 percent, does not mean harmless swine flu.

Degree of swine flu fatality in fact be''executioner''harshest in the world. When rocked Spain in 1918-1920, claimed 20 million to 100 million lives. H1N1 pandemic in history. 56 Years later, Pandemic destabilize other parts of the world, including in the U.S..

Last year, it deadly virus broke out in Mexico and spread to various countries. World Health Organization (WHO) noted that as of May 2, 2009, swine flu attacked 16 countries. Among Mexico, U.S., UK, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore and Indonesia. In our country, swine flu detected since July 24, 2009.

MOH noted two positive patients swine flu. One pilot was treated at the Sulianti Saroso Infectious Disease Hospital, after returning from Australia and Hong Kong, only British citizens during a visit to Bali. Since then the country is haunted by the swine flu pandemic.

Within five days, the Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health, recorded 444 cases. Swine flu attacked seven provinces, began to DKI Jakarta, East Java, Yogyakarta, West Java, Banten, Bali, up North.

Swine flu pandemic is the greatest risk of inviting large-scale, since the outbreak of avian flu re-emerged in 2003. Swine flu fatality rate is smaller than the CFR avian influenza, but H1N1 virus can be transmitted from pigs to humans, and from human to human.

As a result of this transmission pattern, swine flu much faster and more powerful than the spread of bird flu around the world. Until now there has been no transmission of bird flu from human to human.

Bird flu is transmitted only from birds to humans, relatively limited distribution and quickly disconnected. Prevention is also focused on culling poultry. Prevention of swine flu hard to detect, due to the high mobility of people from one place to another place in the world.

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http://www.banjarmasinpost.co.id/read/artikel/2010/7/3/49130/diswanak-kalbar-ambil-contoh-darah-babi

Take Kalbar Diswanak Pig Blood Sample

Banjarmasinpost.co.id - Saturday, July 3, 2010 | Read 17 times | West Kalimantan

BANJARMASINPOST.CO.ID, PONTIANAK - Team "participatory Diseases and Response Survey" Department of Veterinary and Animal Health, West Kalimantan pig farmer take blood samples in the neighborhood who tested positive for H1N1 suffering.

"Incidentally location sufferers with pig blood samples taken, close together," said Head of Animal Health and Veterinary Kalbar Abdul Manaf Mustafa in Pontianak, Saturday afternoon.

He added, taking blood samples to see if the pig's bird flu or not.

According to him, the pig is one of the media of transmitting avian influenza, other than poultry.

Abdul Manaf said, the concern is if the virus H5N1 and H1N1 viruses to join and form new strains.

Dangerous H5N1 strain but its slow its spread while the H1N1 spread quickly and are not dangerous.

While on the status of bird flu-free certificates for the ordinance, Abdul Manaf said that was still under discussion at the Center.

He continued, did not rule status will be revoked.

"However, there is also the possibility that continued to receive the certificate," he said. If cases of bird flu, West Kalimantan are still given a chance.

However, the case should not be expanded, eggs and poultry transport vehicle given pesticides.

The final step, destroy all poultry in a radius of one kilometer on the recommendation of the Food and Agriculture Organization.

"But we try to do at the neighborhood level," said Abdul Manaf.

In addition, monitoring conducted 14 days after the first case found. Next 30 days, 60 days and 90 days.

Pigs blood samples were taken in the region Sentarum Pontiac Lake Road.

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http://www.equator-news.com/index.php?mib=berita.detail&id=21234

Saturday, July 3, 2010, 04:03:00

Two Hospital Patients Soedarso Positive Influenza Type A H1N1

PONTIANAK. Ar and WT, the two patients who underwent treatment at hospitals Soedarso Pontianak since five days ago have detected influenza type A (H1N1) is based on test results of laboratory examination Kemenkes Institute for Research and Development. Previously, patients were

"Results of laboratory tests on blood samples from two patients in hospitals Soedarso Pontiac showed both positive influenza A. However, this type of influenza is not dangerous. If the patient's condition gets better, tomorrow (today, red) was allowed to go home, "said Dr. Abdussalam, Spp Dedet and Dr H was accompanied by Head of Service Sppa dr Tita Sulandari and publicity department of Hospital, SH Rudy told reporters at a press meet in space Soedarso Pontiac General Hospital Director, Friday (2 / 7).

According to Salam, this type of influenza symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat, pain in the body, head, chills, lethargic and weak. Some patients experienced bowel movements and vomiting.

He also explained that non-fatal influenza A compared to bird flu. Even very low in the cause of death. But it becomes dangerous if not treated quickly. Because the virus attacks the human lung tissue. Which spread through the human rather than from pigs.

Influenza type A viruses are divided into several sub-types based on two types of proteins on its surface. This protein is called as Hemaglutinin (HA) and Neuroaminidase (NA). There are 15 types of sub-types of HA and 9 NA subtypes, and various combinations of the two types of proteins can be found.

Only some type A flu virus that commonly infect humans today, namely H1N1, H1N2, and H3N2. While some sub-types commonly found in animals, such as H7N7 and H3N8 flu that causes disease in horses.

Sub-type called type A flu virus based type of HA and NA proteins, for example is the H1N2 type A influenza viruses that have a type of protein, HA protein 1dan NA2. So that the virus is H5N1 Avian Influenza Virus Type A that have a 5 HA and NA proteins 1.

In the meantime, DD has come home first and the results were negative. Remaining two other patients the DN and Au, are still awaiting results of laboratory examination of Research and Development Institute Ministry of Health in Jakarta to know the symptoms of a virus that attacks.

dr Dedet, said fourth condition that they handle the current patient condition was steadily improving. Typical clinical presentation of swine flu infection in humans are similar to normal influenza. With symptoms of viral infections that attack humans if the fever more than 37.8 degrees Celsius, sore throat, cough, runny nose, headache and pain.

Precautions that can be done, said Dedet, avoid contact with people who are sick. Then cover the nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing and washing hands with soap and water. "More important whenever possible to avoid contact with others when the flu. Or remain silent in the house when they have flu symptoms, "he added.

HINI prevention could also pattern by maintaining healthy eating by putting four of five perfect. To be able to awake the condition of the body. Because adequate protein intake. Because the disease attacks the body when conditions are weak. One reason for low protein content in the body. So that the body becomes weak immune. (Oen)

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http://wap.vivanews.com/news/read/161981-relokasi-rumah-pemotongan-molor-lagi

Sunday, July 4, 2010, 00:19 PM

metro

Relocation slaughterhouse in Jakbar stretch Again

 

Hadi Suprapto, Sandy Adam Mahaputra | Saturday, July 3, 2010, 04:44 AM

VIVAnews - Plan of City Government (City Government) West Jakarta Administration relocate Chicken Slaughter House (RPA) back stretch. This is caused by land acquisition problems terkendalanya [restrained; controlled; restricted]and rejection from some chicken traders.

Sudin Head of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Kusdiana West Jakarta, Friday, July 2, 2010, said the land had been due to be RPA in Kapuk, Cengkareng, West Jakarta, to this day has not been adequate. Land is an asset owned by the Jakarta Provincial Government area of 6000 square meters only. Whereas the land needed to establish the RPA area of 60 thousand square meters or an area of 6 hectares.

He says that the land currently owned assets in the vicinity of Jakarta Provincial Government, there are tens of hectares of land owned by one of the SOEs. For that, he suggested that some of the land owned by state-owned land could be freed to increase which will be established RPA.

"If some could be released, the possibility of relocation can be realized the end of December this year," he said quoting the site Kusdiana DKI Jakarta Provincial Government, Friday, July 2, 2010.

In addition to the land problems that have not been sufficient, postpone implementation of the relocation, also due to the refusal of some chicken traders. They (traders chicken) hopes to slaughter chickens survive and operate in the traditional market. "The bottom line traders who refused did not want to lose customers," he said.

RPA, announced the relocation of DKI Jakarta Provincial Government in accordance with Regulation No. 4 Year 2007 regarding Control, Maintenance and Distribution of Poultry. Regulation aims to protect consumers in order to consume meat chicken rearing (safe, healthy, whole, and kosher) as well as to avoid a chicken and chicken berformalin tiren (died yesterday). In addition, people also avoid the circulation of sick chickens, especially from the bird flu virus.

For his part, until now continue to socialize the importance of eating meat chicken rearing. Public opinion should be changed. Or frozen chicken has cooled even more healthy and better for consumption. "We have consumers simply assume that looks fresh chicken meat traders sold more healthy, it could turn out that it was freezing cold and actually be healthier," he said.

Kusdiana explained, after the cut chicken meat will be more secure if immediately frozen or stored in a refrigerator. Chicken meat that has been cut off and left just like that will quickly decompose and exposed to bacteria. "Bacteria grow rapidly. Within an hour, the bacteria in chicken meat that will develop into a million-fold," he said ending the conversation. (Umi)

 



In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Pig infected with swine flu/ suspect H5N1 patients
Annihilate Diswanak Allegedly Pig Virus Spreader
Saturday, July 3, 2010 22:12 AM | Events | Health | Read 346 times
Pontianak (ANTARA News) - The Department of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Pontianak city, destroying a pig who allegedly infected with the virus "hog cholera" or some sort of plague pig owned by a citizen Gang Pak Majid, Pontianak District Municipality.

"The pig was infected with swine plague that destroyed so as not contagious to other animals and humans in the vicinity," said Chief Diswanak Pontianak, Aswin Dja `far, Saturday.

Explained, the alleged destruction of pigs infected with swine plague by burning to death and no infectious virus.

Meanwhile, one resident Gang Pak Majid, Marsiyah, stating keresahannya because one citizen melihara pig alley.

"My son AW is still being treated at the Regional General Hospital (Hospital) Soedarso Pontianak, which until now still waiting for lab test results," he said.

He hopes that pet pigs was destroyed because people uneasy. "Enough of my child in the hospital," he said.

Previously, Friday (2 / 7), De (10), and Da (8) undergoing treatment in hospitals Soedarso since five days ago, according to laboratory test results, expressed both positive influenza A (H1N1). Both previously reported an unexpected flu H5N1 (bird flu), but negative.

Head of Hospital Services Soedarso Pontianak, Tita Selati Sundari, said influenza type A (H1N1) is not dangerous. If the patient's condition improved, Saturday (3 / 7) or Sunday (4 / 7), has been allowed to go home.

"Both patients had been treated since Monday (28 / 6) is a referral from PHC Pontianak," said Tita explains.

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States, influenza symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat, pain in the body, head, chills, lethargic and weak. Some patients experienced bowel movements and vomiting.

Meanwhile, two patients again that the AP (15) and W (9) who entered hospitals Soedarso on Tuesday (29 / 6), until now the results of laboratory tests have not come out.

"We're still waiting for test results of blood samples. If we had the results, we will convey to the media," said Tita.

According to him, the four patients suspect bird flu was treated by a pediatrician, dr. Dedet.

Previously, hospitals also treat De Pontianak (4.8) unexpected bird flu patients. Based on the results of laboratory tests on blood samples De, negative bird flu. (*)

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BIRD FLU CASE STATEMENTS TO JUNE 2010
by Editor 02/07/2010. 21:49

Throughout May s.d. June 2010 there is one additional positive cases of bird flu (H5N1), on behalf of TFA (34 years, P), residents of Jakarta. Positively infected by H5N1 cases were reported according to the examination Laboratory Research Center for Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research and Development Agency dated June 4, 2010.

Patients with onset of illness on May 25, 2010 with symptoms of fever, cough, shortness of nausea, and muscle aches. Patients treated on 27 May to private practice. A day later to go to private hospitals in Tangerang. During the treatment in hospital, the patient's condition continued to deteriorate with symptoms of severe pneumonia. June 1, the patient was referred to Tangerang General Hospital and died on the same day.

Risk factors, before getting sick, caring for ornamental plants TFA is often beside the house. In addition TFA also often visited in-law's house in the city of Tangerang, which is endemic bird flu in poultry.

Based on observations, not found cases of influenza like illness (ILI) on all contacts with both the case of household contact, neighbors and medical personnel.
With the addition of one case, the cumulative number of bird flu in Indonesia since 2005 until June 2010 was 166 cases with 137 deaths.

Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health Prof. dr. Tjandra Yoga Aditama as the focal point of the IHR (International Health Reagulation) has also informed about the case to WHO

This information is published by the Center for Public Communication, Secretariat General of the Ministry of Health officials. For further information please contact via telephone numbers: 021-52907416-9, fax: 52921669, Call Center: 021-6506568, 021-500567, 30413700, or e-mail address: info@infeksi.com, puskom.publik @ yahoo . co.id, info@puskom.depkes.go.id, kontak@puskom.depkes.go.id

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Pigs examined in Pontianak

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A number of pigs destroyed because of flu Sick Children

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PONTIANAK - MI: Department of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Pontianak City who allegedly destroyed a pig infected with hog cholera or swine plague similar owned by a citizen Gang Pak Majid, Pontianak District Municipality.

"The pig was infected with swine plague that destroyed so as not contagious to other animals and humans in the vicinity," said Chief Diswanak Aswin Dja'far Pontianak City, Saturday (3 / 7). Culling infected pigs suspected of swine plague by burning it to death and no infectious virus.

One of the residents Gang Pak Majid, Marsiyah, stated, because one of the residents keresahannya alley raises pigs. "My son, AW, currently still being treated at the Regional General Hospital (Hospital) Soedarso Pontianak, which until now still waiting for lab test results," he said.

He hopes that pet pigs was destroyed because people uneasy. "Enough of my child in the hospital," he said.

Previously, Friday (2 / 7), De, 10, and Da, 8, undergoing treatment in hospitals Soedarso since five days ago. According to laboratory test results, both positive influenza A (H1N1). Both previously reported an unexpected flu H5N1 (bird flu), but negative.

Head of Hospital Services Soedarso Pontiac Tita Selati Sundari states, influenza type A (H1N1) is not dangerous. If the patient's condition improved, Saturday (3 / 7) or Sunday (4 / 7), has been allowed to go home. "Both patients had been treated since Monday (28 / 6) is a referral from PHC Pontianak," said Tita explains.

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States, influenza symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat, pain in the body, head, chills, lethargic and weak. Some patients experienced bowel movements and vomiting.

Two more patients of the AP, 15, and W, 9, who entered hospital on Tuesday Soedarso (29 / 6), until now the results of laboratory tests have not come out. "We're still waiting for test results of blood samples. If we had the results, we will convey to the media," said Tita.

According to him, the four patients suspect bird flu was treated by dr pediatrician Dedet. Previously, hospitals also treat De Pontianak, 4, unexpected bird flu patients. Based on the results of laboratory tests on blood samples of bird flu negative De. (Ant/OL-5)

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Saturday, July 3, 2010, 08:21:00

Negative for Bird Flu, Swine Flu Positive

PONTIANAK-test results of laboratory examination of Research and Development Institute Ministry of Health in Jakarta for two patients, Dany Ardian (10) and Audina (8) susfect suspected H5N1 bird flu has been accepted party Soedarso Hospital. The results conclude that two negative pasein H5N1 (bird flu) but the positive H1N1 (swine flu). Now they are still undergoing intensive care isolation room. This was revealed in a press conference Soedarso Hospital party to a number of journalists, Friday (2 / 7). Description was submitted dr.Abdussalam, S.pp and dr.Dedet H, accompanied by the Head of Service S.ppa dr.Tita Sulandari Hospital and the Hospital of the public relations department, Rudy SH.

"Two patients who were treated in hospital isolation room negative Soedarso susfect bird flu, Influenza A type HINI positive. Type influenzanya than usual and not fatal bird flu, "said Dr. Abdussalam. And low in the cause of death. But it becomes dangerous if not treated quickly. Because the virus attacks the human lung tissue. Which spread through the human rather than from pigs. While for two other patients, Ar and WN, are still awaiting results of laboratory examinations of Research and Development Institute Ministry of Health in Jakarta know the symptoms of a virus that attacks. Simultaneously Dedet, said fourth condition of the patient is now his condition continues to improve.

Go back, go dr Abdussalam, typical clinical presentation of swine flu infection in humans are similar to ordinary inluenza. With symptoms of viral infections that attack humans if the fever more than 37.8 degrees centigrade, sore throat, cough, runny nose, headache and pain. While preventive measures that can be done, said Abdussalam, avoid contact with people who are sick. Then cover the nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing and washing hands with soap and water. "More important whenever possible to avoid contact with others when the flu," he said. "Or the silence in the house when they have flu symptoms. And swine influenza virus died on the temperature of 70 degrees Celsius, "he added. Another explanation about the prevention of H1N1 dr Dedet, maintaining the pattern of healthy eating by putting four of five perfect. To be able to awake the condition of the body. Because adequate protein intake. Because the disease attacks the body when conditions are weak. One reason for low protein content in the body. So that the body becomes weak immune. "That disease can get in," he said. (STM)

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Take Kalbar Diswanak Pig Blood Sample

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BANJARMASINPOST.CO.ID, PONTIANAK - Tim "participatory Diseases and Response Survey" Department of Veterinary and Animal Health, West Kalimantan pig farmer take blood samples in the neighborhood who tested positive for H1N1 suffering.

"Incidentally location sufferers with pig blood samples taken, close together," said Head of Animal Health and Veterinary Kalbar Abdul Manaf Mustafa in Pontianak, Saturday afternoon.

He added, taking blood samples to see if the pig's bird flu or not.

According to him, the pig is one of the media of transmitting avian influenza, other than poultry.

Abdul Manaf said, the concern is if the virus H5N1 and H1N1 viruses to join and form new strains.

Dangerous H5N1 strain but its slow its spread while the H1N1 spread quickly and are not dangerous.

While on the status of bird flu-free certificates for the ordinance, Abdul Manaf said that was still under discussion at the Center.

He continued, did not rule status will be revoked.

"However, there is also the possibility that continued to receive the certificate," he said. If cases of bird flu, West Kalimantan are still given a chance.

However, the case should not be expanded, eggs and poultry transport vehicle given pesticides.

The final step, destroy all poultry in a radius of one kilometer on the recommendation of the Food and Agriculture Organization.

"But we try to do at the neighborhood level," said Abdul Manaf.

In addition, monitoring conducted 14 days after the first case found. Next 30 days, 60 days and 90 days.

Pigs blood samples were taken in the region Sentarum Pontiac Lake Road.

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KEMENKES REPORT ONE VICTIM DIED DUE TO BIRD FLU

Jakarta, 07.01.2010, (Kominfo-Newsroom) - Ministry of Health reported, throughout May and June 2010 there is one additional positive cases of bird flu (H5N1), on behalf of TFA (34 years) women, residents of Jakarta.

"Cases were reported infected with H5N1 positive based on results of laboratory examination of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research Center of Research and Development Agency dated June 4, 2010," said Director General of Disease Control and Environmental sanitation (P2PL), Kemenkes, Tjandra Yoga Aditama, in Jakarta, Thursday (1 / 7).

He explained, that patients with onset of illness on May 25, 2010 with symptoms of fever, cough, shortness of nausea, and muscle aches. Patients treated on 27 May to private practice. A day later to go to private hospitals in Tangerang.

"During the treatment in hospital, the patient's condition continued to deteriorate with symptoms of severe pneumonia. June 1, the patient was referred to Tangerang General Hospital and died on the same day, "he said.

Further to say, the risk factors that cause patients infected with bird flu because, prior to caring for sick TFA often decorative plants beside the house. In addition TFA also often visited in-law's house in the city of Tangerang, which is endemic bird flu in poultry.

Still, he thinks, not found cases of influenza like illness (ILI) on all contacts with both the case of household contact, neighbors and medical personnel, berrdasarkan observations.

With the addition of one case, the cumulative number of bird flu in Indonesia since 2005 until June 2010 was 166 cases with 137 deaths. DG P2PL, as the focal point of the International Health Reagulation (IHR) has also reported new cases to WHO. (T. July / en)

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Take Kalbar Diswanak Pig Blood Sample

Saturday, July 3, 2010 | 23:10 pm

BANJARMASINPOST.CO.ID, PONTIANAK - Tim "participatory Diseases and Response Survey" Department of Veterinary and Animal Health, West Kalimantan pig farmer take blood samples in the neighborhood who tested positive for H1N1 suffering.

"Incidentally location sufferers with pig blood samples taken, close together," said Head of Animal Health and Veterinary Kalbar Abdul Manaf Mustafa in Pontianak, Saturday afternoon.

He added, taking blood samples to see if the pig's bird flu or not.

According to him, the pig is one of the media of transmitting avian influenza, other than poultry.

Abdul Manaf said, the concern is if the virus H5N1 and H1N1 viruses to join and form new strains.

Dangerous H5N1 strain but its slow its spread while the H1N1 spread quickly and are not dangerous.

While on the status of bird flu-free certificates for the ordinance, Abdul Manaf said that was still under discussion at the Center.

He continued, did not rule status will be revoked.

"However, there is also the possibility that continued to receive the certificate," he said. If cases of bird flu, West Kalimantan are still given a chance.

However, the case should not be expanded, eggs and poultry transport vehicle given pesticides.

The final step, destroy all poultry in a radius of one kilometer on the recommendation of the Food and Agriculture Organization.

"But we try to do at the neighborhood level," said Abdul Manaf.

In addition, monitoring conducted 14 days after the first case found. Next 30 days, 60 days and 90 days.

Pigs blood samples were taken in the region Sentarum Pontiac Lake Road.



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WHO, Avian influenza - situation in Indonesia - update
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Hat tip, Ironorehopper:

WHO, Avian influenza - situation in Indonesia - update (July 5 2010, edited)

Avian influenza - situation in Indonesia - update

5 July 2010

The Ministry of Health of Indonesia has announced a new case of human infection of H5N1 avian influenza.

A 34-year-old female from South Jakarta District, DKI Jakarta Province developed symptoms on 25 May, was hospitalized on 27 May and died on 1 June.

Laboratory tests were positive for H5N1 virus infection.

The case was possibly infected from environmental exposure to manure in her plant nursery.

Of the 166 cases confirmed to date in Indonesia, 137 have been fatal.

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Pontianak, West Kalimantan ::: Two of bird flu suspects test negative

Posted by Ida on July 5, 2010

Pontianak - Bird flu suspect patients who are being treated in Dr Soedarso hospital, Dany Ardian (10) and Audina (8) tested negative bird flu H5N1 by Ministry of Health Research and Development laboratory (Litbangkes) in Jakarta. Previously, dr Soedarso hospital was reported to have treated four bird flu suspect patients.

On the other hand, test showed that patients were positively contracting H1N1 infection so they're still under intensive treatment. This result was announced by officials of dr Soedarso hospital, dr Abdussalam and dr Dede.

"Two patients have been tested negative bird flu H5N1 but positive H1N1. It is relatively mild disease, unlike bird flu," said dr Abdussalam.

In meantime, hospital is still waiting for test result of two other bird flu suspect patients, Ar and Wn. So far, all four bird flu suspect patients treated in dr Soedarso hospital are in good condition.

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Jakarta ::: Government announces a H5N1 positive case during May to June 2010

Posted by Ida on July 2, 2010

Jakarta - Ministry of Health reported an additional bird flu (H5N1) positive during May to June 2010. Victim is a 34 years old female with initial TFA, a resident of Jakarta.

"Victim is stated positively contracting H5N1 by Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research Center, Ministry of Health, on June 4th 2010," announced General Director of Disease Control and Environmental Health (Dirjen Pengendalian Penyakit dan Penyehatan Lingkungan/P2PL), Ministry of Health, Tjandra Yoga Aditama in Jakarta, Thursday (1/7).

Victim started to feel sick on 25 May 2010 with signs fever, coughing, breathing difficulty, nausea and muscle pain. She came to a private clinic on 27 May, and then continued to get medical care to a private hospital in Tangerang on the next day.

"During hospitalization, she was worsening with severe pneumonia. On June 1 she was referred to Tangerang regional hospital and died within the same day," said Tjandra.

Before the illness, victim was having hobby of growing ornament plants in her yard, which is said as one of risk factor of infection. She was also reported to have had visited her parents in-law in Tangerang city,  a bird flu endemic area.

There is no influenza like illness symptom reported on victim's contacts within household, neighborhood or health workers.

The case has added total cumulative of bird flu cases in Indonesia since 2005 to June 2010 to 166 cases with 137 deaths.

This case has been reported to WHO by its representative, Dirjen P2PL.

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Chicken traders in Ngabang overdrawn
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Hedgehogs, Tribune - Santernya news about bird flu firus negative effect on quantity sold and cut chicken in the City District Ngabang Hedgehogs, Tuesday (6 / 7).

In some traditional markets Ngabang, chicken sales dropped dramatically. Tribun monitoring in the field, a chicken seller shanties that afternoon it does look lonely.

Sudarman fried chicken seller at Pasar Rakyat Ngabang complained, before there was the issue of bird flu, the income from the sale of chicken piece reaches hundreds of thousands. Now fortunately the good fortune to reach USD 10 thousand. "It's hard to sell the chickens now. If sold to thirty pieces, that was lucky all. But this time we come up short," he said.

Ajo Likewise, fried chicken seller at Jalan Tungkul Ngabang. Since the issue of bird flu broke out customers so lonely. "Usually, at 22:00 pm, has been finished, but now at 23:00 still remaining ahead of a lot," explained Ajo.

Seeing these facts and then reduce the portion jualananya Ajo, from which he had previously sold 150 pieces of chicken meat is now only provide 100 pieces of chicken only. "It has not been reduced even if this rate can be overdrawn," says Ajo.

Ajo ensure the chickens it sells are healthy to eat because she bought a chicken is still alive. "From the first I always buy the chickens alive, than could be secured kehalalannya we can also understand the situation of the chickens are in good health," he said.  

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Pontianak, West Kalimantan ::: Two of bird flu suspects test negative
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Posted by Ida on July 5, 2010

Pontianak - Bird flu suspect patients who are being treated in Dr Soedarso hospital, Dany Ardian (10) and Audina (8) tested negative bird flu H5N1 by Ministry of Health Research and Development laboratory (Litbangkes) in Jakarta. Previously, dr Soedarso hospital was reported to have treated four bird flu suspect patients.

On the other hand, test showed that patients were positively contracting H1N1 infection so they're still under intensive treatment. This result was announced by officials of dr Soedarso hospital, dr Abdussalam and dr Dede.

"Two patients have been tested negative bird flu H5N1 but positive H1N1. It is relatively mild disease, unlike bird flu," said dr Abdussalam.

In meantime, hospital is still waiting for test result of two other bird flu suspect patients, Ar and Wn. So far, all four bird flu suspect patients treated in dr Soedarso hospital are in good condition.

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Influenza A viruses mutate genes
Influenza A viruses mutate genes
Tuesday, July 6, 2010 15:46 AM
Pontianak (ANTARA News) - Influenza viruses type A as A5N1 and A1N1 predicted genes have been mutated so that it can grow in Pontianak, West Kalimantan, the temperature around 30 degrees celcius.

Pontiac City Health Office Head, Multi Juto Bhatarendro, said Tuesday in Pontianak, Pontianak temperature like that any virus should be dead. If one can survive the possibility during the rainy season.

"So the bird flu virus, swine flu, or SARS could emerge during the rainy season in December until April and usually in temperate countries," he said.

Padjadjaran University alumnus was doubted if the city of Pontianak, the regions through which the Equator line with enough sunlight into the influenza A virus was developed.

"It's a bit odd, there is a gene mutation or high mobilization of where the origins of these viruses," said Multi.

Not only that, because growth is also closely associated with viral vectors would have also hooked up with neighborhood problems.

"For example, if you got the flu and did not want to wear masks and not far away from the inhalation of course healthy people in healthy people will be infected," he said.

For that purpose, Multi suggest to people to always cultivate healthy and clean life behavior.

Since the discovery of cases of chickens died suddenly three weeks ago, there were six residents who stated suspect bird flu. However, the results of last inspection states, four were negative and two more bird flu tested positive for swine flu.

Pontianak City Health Office, said the two patients who tested positive for swine flu is now recovered and is back home.

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Pontianak, West Kalimantan ::: Official doubts influenza virus is replicable in Pontianak
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Posted by Ida on July 7, 2010

Pontianak - Influenza A virus like H5N1 and H1N1 subtypes assumed to have mutated to a replicable state in Pontianak, West Kalimantan, which has temperature about 30 centigrade, said Head of Health Service of Pontianak, Multi Juto Bhatarendo. Multi said any virus naturally could not survive at such temperature.

"Bird flu, swine flu or SARS viruses will emerge during rainy season on December to April, and usually occur in cold countries," he said. Furthermore, he doubted if Pontianak, a city that passed by equator with adequate sunshine, could be a place for influenza virus replication. "It means there is gene mutation or high rate mobilization of the virus," he added.

Multi also mentioned the development of virus replication is related to the vector and surrounding environment.

Since the finding of sudden death in chickens three weeks ago,six people were reported as bird flu suspects. Latest examination showed they were tested negative bird flu, and two were tested positive swine flu (pandemic H1N1 2009 flu).

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Pro Med Bird Flu Report
Indonesia Hardest Hit by Deadly Bird Flu
July 8, 2010
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The recent death of a 34-year-old Jakarta woman from H5N1 avian influenza (bird flu) brings Indonesia's death toll from the often-fatal virus to 137 from 166 cases, more than a quarter of tally worldwide. Authorities say the victim had no apparent contact with sick birds and may have been infected by contaminated manure in her plant nursery.

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The Ministry of Health of Indonesia has announced a new case of human infection of H5N1 avian influenza. A 34-year-old female from South Jakarta District, DKI Jakarta Province developed symptoms on 25 May [2010], was hospitalized on 27 May and died on 1 Jun 2010. Laboratory tests were positive for H5N1 virus infection. The case was possibly infected from environmental exposure to manure in her plant nursery. Of the 166 cases confirmed to date in Indonesia, 137 have been fatal. -- Communicated by: ProMED-mail Rapporteur Marianne Hopp [This is the WHO confirmation of the most recent case in Indonesia reported on Fri 2 Jun 2010. Unusually the source of the infection is thought to be poultry manure used in horticulture.

Advice to travellers: Bird flu persists in several parts of the world, notably Indonesia. For most short-stay travellers, the risk of bird flu is very low. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's website, Smartraveller has more information.  

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Mexico is now safe from the flu Pig
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Since late June, Mexico revoke the standby status or H1N1 influenza outbreak of swine flu
Thursday, July 8, 2010, 14:14 AM

VIVAnews - Mexico is now safe from the outbreak of H1N1 influenza, often called the flu Pig. Nevertheless, despite the alert status had been revoked about two weeks ago, the State government was determined not to Sombrero negligent in anticipating the re-emergence of the H1N1 outbreak, which last year killed many residents.

Thus said the Minister of Foreign Affairs (Foreign Minister) of Mexico, Patricia Espinosa. "Enabling alert in Mexico to take specific measures to prevent H1N1 recently revoked by the Health Ministry two weeks ago," Espinosa said in a joint press conference with Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa in Jakarta, Thursday, July 8, 2010.

"However, we continue to make efforts to prepare the health sector because (H1N1) can occur anytime," added Espinosa.

He continued, the mortality rate due to the H1N1 virus was not as high as previously feared. The Mexican government also set up institutions to deal with better people who are infected with the virus.

According to Espinosa, compared with previous years, cases of pneumonia or respiratory problems in Mexico, which is one of the symptoms of swine flu, the numbers have declined. "This means that the awareness of citizens to immediately went to the doctor are rising," said Espinosa.

According to the Associated Press news agency, swine flu could spread in over 200 countries with 17 800 claimed the lives of sufferers. In Mexico, where the first cases of H1N1 outbreaks, the disease infected 72 546 people and killing 1289 people.

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July 8, 2010 | 18:41 PM | National
Cici Tegal Artist Review Commission

Jakarta, CyberNews. Artist Cici Tegal, real name again summoned Sri Wahyuningsih Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK). Cici related inspected portable x-ray equipment procurement in the Ministry of Health (Kemenkes) 2007 budget year.

In both cases, the artist Mediana Hutomo Commission also examined. Both arrived at the KPK building at around 13:00. Cici mengku do not know why he called KPK investigators. "I do not know there was a summons," said Cici in Building Commission, Thursday (8 / 7)

Previously, Cici meet the Commission calls on February 18, 2010. At that time, he was questioned about corruption cases of bird flu vaccine procurement in Kemenkes.

The case has been dragging the Ministry of Health medical supplies leadership era of President Megawati Sukarnoputri, Ahmad Sujudi to the Corruption Court. Sujudi snared in cases of alleged corruption procurement of medical equipment (medical supplies) in the Ministry of Health in 2003.

The suspect allegedly cost the state up to Rp 71 billion in projects worth USD 190 billion. Sujudi acts allegedly carried out jointly with the other two first named as a suspect.

Namely former President Director of PT Kimia Farma Trading, Gunawan Pranoto, and Director of PT Mulia Jaya Rifa, Joseph Rinaldi. In this case, three employees of the Department of Health (MOH) to return the money amounting to Rp 1.2 billion. Returns are also made Director General of Medical Services

Sri Astuti amounted to USD 500 million. Sujudi also return the Rp 700 million to the KPK. The money was allegedly received related to the procurement of medical equipment Sujudi in 2003.

Allegations of corruption also occurs in the procurement of medical supplies in 2007 that ensnare Head of Planning and Budget Ministry Mardiono. He was snared in a procurement for PHC services in disadvantaged areas, remote, border, and small islands.

Mardiono alleged to have committed unlawful acts and misuse authority in the procurement, the 2007 budget. As a result of alleged actions caused the alleged loss to the state reached more than USD 8 billion.

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START AUGUST 2010 CAN NOT USE A NAME RS INTERNATIONAL
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From dbg:

I have no clue what this is all about:

Depkes

START AUGUST 2010 CAN NOT USE A NAME RS INTERNATIONAL

Starting in August 2010 the Government banned international hospitals to use the name. This provision is contained in the Decree of the Minister of Health No.659/MENKES/PER/VIII/2009 of Indonesian Hospitals World Class (RSI-KD). For hospitals that already use the international name given deadline to change the name at the latest until August 14, 2010. It was announced by dr. Supriyantoro, Sp.P, MARS Kemenkes DG of Medical Care in a media gathering with the topic description of the RS Indonesia in Building World Class Kemenkes, Jakarta, Friday (7/9/2010).

If until the deadline had not yet changed its name, the Health Ministry will impose sanctions in the form of a written reprimand to license revocation. In this case only the policy of the minister who has the authority to revoke a hospital license.

Accreditation of hospitals can get the World if they meet the criteria, standards and criteria for World Class Hospital Indonesia and has been certified by the Hospital Accreditation Board International level designated by the Minister. However, despite the RS has received international accreditation, hospitals are prohibited from using the word remains internationally as a hospital, said Director General of Bina Yanmed.
Requirements that must be met to become RSI-KD is:
1. Has been operating at least two years
2. Have a valid operating permit
3. Determining the class of valid hospital
4. Registered as an associate member perumahsakitan
5. Not being in a state of bankruptcy
6. Accredited by KARS (Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals) on the 16 service
7. Accredited and certified by international accreditation bodies

Meanwhile there are some standards that must be owned by the RSI-KD, namely:
Standard 1: legality of hospital
Standard 2: vision, mission, goals and values of hospital
Standard 3: administration and management of hospital
Standard 4: hospital programs
Standard 5: assessment of hospital performance
Standard 6: human resources hospital
Standard 7: hospital facilities
Standard 8: Program monitoring and evaluation of hospital
Standard 9: quality improvement programs (quality improvement)
DG Yanmed added, efforts to improve the quality of hospital services through accreditation conducted since 1995 by KARS (Commission on Accreditation of Hospital) established Menkes.
In accordance with Law No.44 of 2009 on hospitals, all hospitals are required to conduct accreditation every three years. Meanwhile, to answer the challenges of globalization, done perfecting the accreditation, which KARS inline with the International Hospital Accreditation Board (ISQua).

Answering questions from reporters, dr. Andi Wahyuningsih Spesialitis Yanmed Director explained, until now there are five international hospital was renamed:
1. Surabaya International Hospital was renamed the Premier Hospital Surabaya
2. RS International Bintaro renamed RS Premier Bintaro
3. RS International Partners Jatinegara renamed RS Premier Jatinegara
4. Omni International Hospital was renamed the Omni Hospital
5. RS Intrenasional renamed Jogja Jogja RS

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"I am opposed to any form of tyranny over the mind of man."  Thomas Jefferson

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Cici Tegal Reviewed by Commission
http://www.klik-galamedia.com/...

Saturday, July 10, 2010
Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) returned check Cici Tegal actress for the second time for the purposes of investigating cases of alleged corruption in the Ministry of Health.

When asked to comment, saying only a short Cici. "I called as a witness," said Cici told reporters at the Building Commission, Jakarta, Thursday (8 / 7).

However, Cici is not willing to explain further about the matter to himself scheduled examination. Actress whose real name is Sri Wahyuningsih also said he had never become a partner in the procurement of any cases related to corruption.

Previously, Cici never checked Commission on February 8, 2010. But when he is not willing to provide detailed information to journalists.

At that time, KPK spokesman Johan Budi said the actress was invited to the Commission related to the use of inquiry in the Ministry of Health budget. The inquiry related to the use of state finance in the ministry since the period from 2006 until 2008.

So far, the Commission handled several cases relating to the Ministry of Health, among other cases of alleged corruption in the procurement of medical equipment in 2007 and cases of bird flu vaccine procurement officials ensnare the Coordinating Ministry for People's Welfare. (MLA / "GM"  

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Government Should Not Be Unmindful of the AI Virus

http://www.sinarharapan.co.id/...

Friday, July 9, 2010 13:39

From dbg:

Jakarta - The government requested is not unmindful of the danger of the spread of Avian Influenza (AI) or bird flu is known to have caused huge losses for local farmers and the impact on the poultry industry in the country.

Despite the current spread of the deadly virus had little control in the field, but mutation of the virus is still running.

Said Vice President of PT Vaksindo Satwa Nusantara, Maureen Kalona Kandou to the SH, on the sidelines of the exhibition Indolivestock Expo 2010 at Jakarta Convention Centre (JCC), Thursday (8 / 7).

"We must not miss on the mutation of the virus, although the current strain of the virus in Indonesia is still within reasonable limits," he said.

For that, go Maureen, the AI virus vaccine protection should continue to be monitored. He cited Vaksindo target the vaccine that produces protective as possible of achieving 90%, although the actual performance of the vaccine at the plant has reached 100%. But, he explained, in the field, there are other things that influence such as management, to the condition of poultry chickens in this case.

He assess government efforts to curb the spread of AI virus has been very good so far. Government in this case the Ministry of Agriculture (Kementan) has established cooperation with Offlu namely the world food agency (FAO) in collaboration with the world animal health organization (OIE). "The first project in Indonesia after it Offlu Egypt, it shows the world's attention to Indonesia," he said.

However, Maureen stressed there are three factors that can secure the ranch (farm) of any disease is biosecurity, management, and vaccination. Related to that, they need a strong cooperation between various stakeholders in the poultry industry, such as breeders, feed manufacturers, and companies in poultry. It is so good performance, farmers in Indonesia, such as in Brazil and Mexico, where his government that unites all these businesses. "If the stakeholders together, the poultry industry to be efficient and competitive finally, that produce good products at affordable prices," explained Maureen.

Meanwhile, PT Vaksindo Satwa Nusantara as one important chain in the poultry division Indonesia Tbk PT Japfa Comfeed target expansion and increased exports. Additions to the export market to be aimed in which all of Asia, Egypt, Middle East, Lebanon, Africa, Nigeria. So far, the highest export destination countries of Thailand, Malaysia, and Syria, while in Vietnam, the marketing is done through the group itself, which is Japfa Vietnam.

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Indramayu So Referral Hospital
http://www.suarakarya-online.c...

Sewilayah III Cirebon

Monday, July 12, 2010
INDRAMAYU (Suara Karya): District General Hospital (Hospital) Indramayu better provide services for people who need medical help.

   This year the hospital has become a reference in another hospital sewilayah III Cirebon such as referral for services obserty, Neonatology, emergency, and comprehensive (ponek) to reduce infant mortality and maternal sewilayah III Cirebon.

   Then, also a reference to cases of bird flu disease. Indramayu General Hospital is expected next year could also be a reference for handling a variety of other diseases.

   This is expressed Indramayu Hospital Director Dr H Dedi Rohendi Mars when interviewed by AFP in his office, Friday (9 / 7).

   He explained that to improve services, the hospital made several innovations, both hospital management and the addition of facilities and infrastructure.

   For example, recently Indramayu Hospital has medical equipment for dialysis (haemodialisa), medical equipment to detect breast cancer (mammography), and equipment to detect digestive tract (Endar copy).

   Along with the improvement of health services for patients, hospitals Indramayu managed to obtain revenue for the inclusion of earnings (PAD) Indramayu regency.

   Last year Indramayu Hospital revenue amounting to Rp 900 million. While total revenue from 2001 to 2010 amounting to Rp 21 billion. "This is a proof that the District Hospital Indramayu could help to increase local government PAD Indramayu," said Dr H Dedi.

   In addition to improving medical services, hospitals must also be able to reach Indramayu income. Therefore, these hospital services requires huge funds to complete the medical infrastructure with the evolving technology and operational finance employees.

   To be able to realize that, hospitals Indramayu cooperation with various parties, both governmental and private circles.

   "For example, to test the prospective pilgrim health, medical tests prospective legislators, candidates and representatives, as well as other again," said Dr H Dedi.

   Cooperation with Pertamina Balongan Indramayu also performed, so that the national petroleum company is to provide assistance to hospitals Indramayu amounting to Rp 2 billion.

   "All this can not be separated from the support Indramayu Regent Irianto Mahfudz H Sidik Dr. Syafiuddin that have a high commitment to advancing health care for residents of Indramayu and surrounding areas," he said. (Kusyana)

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Three District Special Mention Can Prevent Flu Pig
West Sumatra Province | Sunday, 12/07/2009 8:10 pm

Three District Special Mention Can Prevent Flu Pig

Padang, (AFP) - The government of West Sumatra Province (Sumatra) to give special attention to the three districts in an effort to prevent the outbreak of swine flu virus, because the number of victims continues to grow.

Animal Husbandry Department Head West Sumatra, Padang Edwardi in, say, in this region there are a variety of diseases caused by animals (zoonoses), including rabies, anthrax, bird flu.

According to him, in order to prevent menyebaran swine flu or H1N1, the three districts should be of special concern to local governments, including the Padang Pariaman, Mentawai Islands and West Pasaman.

Related, in Padang Pariaman, according to the local district governments, there are approximately 50 pertenakan pig tails, but not in surrounding communities.

Furthermore, in the Mentawai Islands were given referrals to community good way of raising pigs.

Meanwhile, in the Valley there are still people who consume pork, of course the seller will be directed so that no one contracted the deadly virus.

So, he said, concerns about funding participatory disease surveillance and response (PDSR) previously derived from the FAO, certainly in the future need to be budgeted by the Parliament.

That, is aimed at preventing the transmission of swine influenza virus continued to spread in various countries, even Indonesia.

The result of West Sumatra provincial government coordination meetings, with a range of relevant agencies on (10 / 7) there are five steps in an effort to anticipate the entry of swine flu into the area.

Anticipatory steps agreed that, first asked the district / city appealed to the people that want checked his temperature and Allert fill a Health Card (HAC).

Into two, at seaports and airports should have an announcement about checking the body temperature of passengers who came, especially those from overseas.

Third, West Sumatra Health Office will cooperate with travel agents to distribute and fill the HAC. Fourthly, the Health Department wrote to the Office of Transportation to berkoordinasikan with all participating airlines success of HAC.

Furthermore, the number five, should be meeting with the Minangkabau International Airport (BIM) to agree on their respective roles. (* / Wij)  

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Prevent Avian Influenza and Swine Flu
http://www.equator-news.com/in...

Tuesday, July 13, 2010, 04:21:00
Prevent Avian Influenza and Swine Flu
Citizens Asked to Conduct Ne
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Sintang. The spread of bird flu virus (H5N1) and swine influenza A (H1N1) in West Kalimantan, are worth to watch. Addressing the issue, Chief Medical Officer of West Kalimantan Province, HM Dawn reminded, that people always behave in a clean and healthy.

"We must always be vigilant. But most important to maintain the behavior for clean and healthy life, "he said at the Equator during a visit to the campus STKIP Persada Equatorial Sintang accompany the Governor of West Kalimantan, Drs Cornelis MH, yesterday ago.

Dawn asked, people are not troubled with the rampant spread of the disease. Because both diseases can be prevented through hygiene and healthy.

Such as washing hands before eating.

"If there is indication that rapid reporting of disease. Consult the nearest health service. In order not to spread then try using a mask, "the message.

Touched spread of the virus in Sintang? Dawn said, the most likely disease into Sintang through the border. It could be due to mobilization of communities border with neighboring Malaysia.

For Sintang not yet have an official border gate. Many of the entrances are often used by illegal residents to get out into the Indonesia-Malaysia. "This is what makes us difficult to supervise. Many of the doors of the border that is illegal, "he said.

Nevertheless, Dawn explained, his side continued to work hard to supervise the distribution of these two viruses. To Sintang conducted surveillance on the borders of their own services. "We've been coordinating with a number of village officials and health workers there. If indeed we have done handling detected immediately, "he explained.

Dawn hoped, the spread of both viruses were not made public panic. Society does not have to worry about eating foods such as chicken or pig. Because the food is not dangerous and are free of viruses, if properly cooked.

"Do not for fear of contagion, then do not eat foods that contain protein. I'll even create new diseases, lack of protein in the body. The most important now is how before being eaten, it is thoroughly cooked meat, "he concluded. (Din)

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http://www.pontianakpost.com/i...

Tuesday, July 13, 2010, 10:09:00
H5N1)Dies with Detergents
Dawn

CHIEF Health Office of West Kalimantan Dawn, some time ago said that, the virus has the properties of living longer, especially if it is in poultry faeces. In addition, the bird flu virus also lives in water at a temperature of 22 degrees can last for four days, and the temperature of zero degrees to over 30 days. "This bird flu virus, has a long survival, so must be careful. If ditinja poultry, it will be very fast and resistant. But this virus will die if it is in the hot temperatures 80 ° C for a minute, "he said. For society, other than to prevent it by way of cooking with high temperatures in order to spread the virus can be overcome. If chickens or other poultry is cooked properly and cleanliness can be maintained, its prevention could be sought from the community itself.

Communities also have to get used to wash hands before and after the activity. We recommend using ditergent to help spread the virus that cause bird flu and swine flu. Because the virus will die with a detergent, disinfectant. Eg chlorine, iodine and liquid containing 70% alcohol. "Washing hands should also familiarized as one of prevention efforts such as bird flu virus and swine influenza. By knowing this, the public can more easily control the spread of the virus, "he said.  

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Science is Important in Government Policy
July 13, 2010
http://sains.kompas.com/read/2...
JAKARTA:  A consideration of science that is based on science is considered important in decision making and government policy. Thus affirmed the Head of the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Prof. Lukman Hakim in Jakarta, Tuesday (13/07/2010).

"Now these scientific developments directly affect the life of the country," he said. According to him, this demands more advanced political policies with measurable scientific considerations.  However, Lukman acknowledged, so far there is not much understanding of science to understand most people.  Research results were only known to stop in the laboratory without the benefit of society, including policy makers.

"We're trying to mainstream the consideration that was only in college into government policy," said Lukman.  Any government policy should be as much as possible in line with the consideration of science into a reciprocal relationship.

This is one mission for LIPI and the scientific community at the international conference, the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation (ATBC) in 2010 to be held in Bali, 19 to 23 July 2010.  According to him, Indonesia has to fight to maintain biological state weapons so that a wealth of interests that are not desired.

"Interests that are science-based (science based) need to be guarded," he said.  "The ATBC 2010 meeting that will be attended by scientific experts from around the world," said Lukman, "will produce the seeds of a resolution which is usually the primary consideration in various international conventions."

These considerations need to be fought in the future of Indonesia to be used in international conventions.  If then the government ratifies and signs into binding law, binding, it should be confirmed that the policy is not detrimental to Indonesia. According to him, it's time to make government scientists the agent who help fight for national interests.



"I am opposed to any form of tyranny over the mind of man."  Thomas Jefferson


Articles on the Health Ministry Corruption Case

http://www.republika.co.id/berita/breaking-news/hukum/10/07/14/124705-kpk-cari-bukti-baru-kasus-alkes-flu-burung

KPK Find New Evidence of medical supplies Bird Flu Case

Wednesday, July 14, 2010, 16:30 AM

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REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA - Indonesia's Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) find some evidence in cases related to corruption in the procurement of medical equipment (medical supplies), the handling of bird flu outbreaks in 2006. Anticorruption commission was also raided two suspected associates place the Department of Health. "Commission to do a search in connection with cases of bird flu in MOH medical supplies," said KPK spokesman Johan Budi said Wednesday (14 / 7).

Johan said, it also deployed teams to two places namely, DIPT PM and PT ATU since yesterday until today. However, he said, the outcome is not certain.

Commission previously has determined Former Secretary General of the Coordinating Ministry for People's Welfare (Menkokesra) Sutedjo Yuwono as suspects since september 2009. Alleged act of officials who now serves as an expert Welfare, has been detrimental to the state reached USD 32 billion of the total contract value of Rp 98 billion in medical supplies. Mode is done by inflate (mark up) from the actual price of medical supplies.

The case was uncovered medical supplies from the findings of the Audit Board that some of the procurement of vaccines through the Ministry of Welfare. The audit result is then followed up by the KPK. Actually known to the project was budgeted for the purchase of bird flu vaccine, but somehow turned into the procurement of medical supplies.

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http://suaramerdeka.com/v1/index.php/read/news/2010/07/14/59679/KPK-Geledah-Kantor-Kementerin-Kesehatan

July 14, 2010 | 18:23 PM | National

Allegations of Corruption-Related Bird Flu Vaccine

KPK searched the Office of Health Kementerin

 

Jakarta, CyberNews. Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) return to the search effort. This time, the Commission raided the Health Ministry's office in Jalan Rasuna Said, Kuningan, South Jakarta.

According to the Head of Public Relations Bureau KPK Johan Budi SP, searching investigation of cases of alleged corruption related to procurement of medical equipment (medical supplies) at the referral hospital handling of bird flu in 2006 .. The search was conducted in three places simultaneously.

In addition to the health ministry, the KPK also searched the office of a partner in the procurement of the vaccine. "PT Prime, PT ADU, and kemeterian health," said Johan told reporters, on the Building Commission, Wednesday (14 / 7).

Johan does not explain the results of the search. He just explained, the search has been carried out since Tuesday (13 / 7).

In this case, the KPK has named former Secretary of the Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare (Welfare Sesmenko) Sutedjo Joewono as suspects since 3 September last year. KPK suspect there has been state losses of Rp 32 billion of the total procurement value of USD 98 billion. Sutedjo charged with article presumption of Article 2 paragraph (1 or Article 3 Eradication of Corruption Act.

Mode is performed by inflating the price of the suspect purchasing health equipment. No half-hearted, the inflated price reaches 200%.

The information obtained, health equipment that allegedly inflated include bronchoscopy Olympus brand made in Japan, a unit of the contract price of about USD 538 million and USD 529.9 million subkontraknya price was the price of only USD 168 million, his agent. The difference reached USD 370 million. While for the tool, the Health Department when it needs about 11 units.

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http://www.tempointeraktif.com/hg/hukum/2010/07/14/brk,20100714-263424,id.html

KPK searched the Office of the Ministry of Health

Wednesday, July 14, 2010 | 16:03 pm

 

REUTERS / Crack Palinggi

TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta - The team from the Corruption Eradication Commission again raided the Health Ministry's office and two partner companies of corruption cases related to procurement of medical equipment for the handling of bird flu in 2006. "The search in order to gather evidence," KPK spokesman Johan Budi SP in his office, Wednesday (14 / 7).

Two partner companies that were searched are PT ATU and PT Prime. According to Johan, a search carried out since yesterday and not finished until this afternoon.

Procurement of medical equipment cases of bird flu ensnare former Secretary of the Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare Minister Juwono Soetedjo. Soetedjo Commission has set as a suspect.

This case also dragged the former Minister of Health Siti Fadilah Supari. Commission has examined the Fadilah. But, until now his status is still a witness.

Starting from a bird flu vaccine procurement plan, the project has turned into the procurement of equipment and there allegedly inflate the price. As a result, projects worth USD 98.6 billion, it caused state losses of Rp 32.6 billion.

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http://id.news.yahoo.com/antr/20100714/tpl-kpk-geledah-kementerian-kesehatan-da-cc08abe.html

KPK searched the Ministry of Health and Corporate Partners

Between - Thursday, July 15

 

[KPK searched the Ministry of Health and Corporate Partners] KPK searched the Ministry of Health and Corporate Partners

Jakarta (ANTARA) - Indonesia's Corruption Eradication Commission conduct a search in the office of the Ministry of Health and ministry partner companies associated with the case of procurement of medical equipment to handle bird flu outbreak.

"The search carried out since yesterday (Tuesday, 13 / 7)," said spokesman Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), Johan Budi said here on Wednesday.

In addition Kemenkes office, said Johan, a search was conducted in two partner companies, namely PT initials PM and PT initials ATU.

He also said the search in case it is also the development of medical equipment in case of deviations from 2006 to 2008 period.

In that case, the KPK has named former Secretary of the Coordinating Ministry for People's Welfare Minister Juwono Soetedjo as suspects since September 2009.

The case originated from a bird flu vaccine procurement plans. However, in practice project turned into the procurement of equipment and there allegedly inflate the price.

As a result of the act, a project worth Rp98, 6 billion was allegedly harmed the country amounted to Rp32, 6 billion.

Corruption Eradication Commission ensnare Soetedjo to Article 2 Paragraph (1) or Section 3 of Act No. 31 of 1999 as amended Act No. 20/2001 on the Eradication of Corruption.

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http://www.balipost.co.id/mediadetail.php?module=detailberita&kid=33&id=38767

July 15, 2010 | BP

KPK searched Kemenkes Office

Jakarta (Bali Post) -

Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) to do a search in the office of the Ministry of Health (Kemenkes) and ministry partner companies, associated with the case of procurement of medical equipment to handle bird flu outbreak. ''The search carried out since Tuesday (13 / 7),''said KPK spokesman Johan Budi said Wednesday (14 / 7) yesterday.

In addition Kemenkes office, said Johan, a search was conducted in two partner companies, namely PT AM and PT ATU. The search was also represents the development of medical equipment in case of deviations from 2006 to 2008 period.

In that case, the KPK has named former Secretary of the Coordinating Ministry for People's Welfare Minister Juwono Soetedjo as suspects since September 2009.

The case originated from a bird flu vaccine procurement plans. However, in practice project turned into a procurement tool that is presumably the price markup. As a result of the act, a project worth USD 98.6 billion allegedly harmed the country USD 32.6 billion.

KPK ensnare Soetedjo with Article 2 paragraph (1) or Article 3 of Law No. 31 of 1999 as amended Act No. 20/2001 on the Eradication of Corruption. (Ant)

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http://korupsi.vivanews.com/news/read/164534-kpk-geledah-kemenkes-dan-rekanan

KPK searched Kemenkes and Partners

KPK has named former Secretary of the Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare, Sutedjo Juwono, as suspects.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010, 16:15 AM

Arry Anggadha, Aries Setiawan

(VIVAnews / Nurcholis Anhari Lubis)

 

VIVAnews - Corruption Eradication Commission raided the Ministry of Health. The search of an investigation related to alleged cases of corruption procurement of medical equipment for the handling of bird flu.

"Since yesterday conducted a search in Kemenkes, PT Prime, and PT ATU," KPK spokesman Johan Budi SP, KPK building in Jakarta, Wednesday, July 14, 2010.

In this case, the KPK has named former Secretary of the Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare Sutedjo Juwono as suspects. Sujewo allegedly involved in the procurement of medical equipment for the handling of bird flu.

KPK suspect, due to acts Sujewo, countries have been harmed by Rp32 billion. Project itself spent Rp98 billion budget.

Sutedjo charged with article presumption of Article 2 paragraph (1) or Article 3 of the law Eradication of Corruption. (Umi)

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http://www.suarakarya-online.com/news.html?id=257513

PROCUREMENT medical supplies

KPK searched the Ministry of Health and Partners

Thursday, July 15, 2010

JAKARTA (Suara Karya): The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) to do a search in the office of the Ministry of Health and ministry partner companies associated with the case of procurement of medical equipment (medical supplies) to handle bird flu outbreak.

"The search was carried out since Tuesday (13 / 7)," said spokesman Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), Johan Budi said here on Wednesday (14 / 7).

In addition Kemenkes office, said Johan, a search was also conducted at two partner companies, namely PT initials PM and PT initials ATU.

He also said the search in case it is the development of medical supplies from the deviations in the period 2006-2008.

In that case, the KPK has named former Secretary of the Coordinating Ministry for People's Welfare Minister Juwono Soetedjo as suspects since September 2009.

The case originated from a bird flu vaccine procurement plans. However, in practice, the project has turned into the procurement of medical supplies and is presumably the price markup.

As a result of the act, a project worth Rp 98.6 billion was allegedly harmed the country amounted to USD 32.6 billion. KPK ensnare Soetedjo with Article 2 paragraph (1) or Section 3 of Act No. 31 of 1999, as amended Law No. 20/2001 on the Eradication of Corruption.

Meanwhile, the Commission has received a letter of remonstrance against the alleged gratuities received by 10 legislators DKI investigation of events related to the unrest in the tomb Mbah Priok, Koja, North Jakarta.

"They (the 10th member of the DPRD DKI) has answered Commission requested clarification in writing by mail," said KPK spokesman Johan Budi said Wednesday (14 / 7).

According to Johan, the members of the DPRD DKI it denied that there had been graft-related investigations.

He also said that rebuttal letter was received the anti-corruption commission last week. However, the KPK spokesman did not reveal more details about the content of the rebuttal letter.

Commission itself is still trying to trace the truth of allegations of graft clarification received by DKI's 10 legislators.

Previously, the Commission on June 29 has sent letters to 10 members of parliament calling DKI Jakarta about the results of an investigation related to allegations of graft riots Koja, North Jakarta.

DPRD DKI on June 3 and took out a six-point recommendation, ie, demand accountability from Jakarta Governor Fauzi Bowo, accountability PT Pelindo as publisher plaintiffs, requesting the governor to give strict punishment to the officers executing the operation, performance evaluation

PP Satpol DKI, to guide the public about the rights and obligations and compliance with the law, and to finish the Metro Jaya Police investigation against those responsible for it. (Lerman S / Ant)

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http://batampos.co.id/categoryblog/flu-burung-tewaskan-wanita-mengandung.html

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Containing Bird Flu Kills Woman

Written by Editor

Tuesday, June 8, 2010 10:43

BEIJING (BP) - Bird flu back grabbed the victim. A pregnant woman died of the H5N1 virus. The case represents the first death since early last year spread to subside.

Ministry of Health confirmed the case. Mother 22 years old who was four months pregnant has started contracting bird flu in late May. Residents of Hubei Province died last Thursday (3 / 6). The obituary published by the Health Ministry's official website yesterday (7 / 6).

As reported by Agence France-Presse, a new victim of bird flu was diagnosed the day before she died. Examination conducted by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention of China found that women are making contact with sick poultry prior. However, authorities did not find birds infected with bird flu around the victim's residence.

It is unknown how the young mother was infected with the deadly virus. The reason is, since last year have not found birds infected with H5N1 was detected.

Latest deaths add to the long list of victims of bird flu virus. Namely, to 26 people since the virus outbreak in 2003. According to world health authorities, WHO, there were 39 cases of bird flu that infect humans.

China is known as one of the countries most at risk for flu epidemic. Therefore, there is the world's largest poultry population. In addition, the chickens in rural areas live very close to humans.



In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Tropical Biology Conference in Bali, July 19 - 24
http://www1.kompas.com/read/xm...

Science Important Considerations
"We're trying to mainstream the consideration that was only in college behenti into government policy," said Lukman. Any government policy as much as possible in line with the consideration of science into a reciprocal relationship.

This is one mission LIPI and the scientific community at international conferences the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation (ATBC) in 2010 to be held in Bali, 19 to 23 July 2010. According to him, Indonesia had to fight to maintain biological variety wealth of interests that are not desired.

"Interests are science-based (science based) need to be guarded, "he said. ATBC 2010 meeting will be attended by scientific experts from around the world, "said Lukman, will produce the seeds of a resolution which is usually the primary consideration in various international conventions.

These considerations need to be fought in the future of Indonesia to be used in international conventions. If then the government ratified and signed into law binding, confirmed the policy is not detrimental to Indonesia. According to him, it's time to make government scientists as the agent who helped fight for national interests.

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Argentina-China Work On $ 10 M Railway Project
http://economy.okezone.com/ind...

From dbg:

Argentina-China Work On $ 10 M Railway Project
Wednesday, July 14, 2010 - 6:42 pm

BEIJING - China and Argentina yesterday agreed on a cooperation contract railway network development (KA) worth USD10 billion. The agreement will be reached when the President of Argentina Cristina Kirchner made a state visit to China and met with President of China Hu Jintao.

Perkerataapian cooperation in Argentina which yesterday agreed total of 10 projects with a construction period of two to five years. "Among the approved agreement is the purchase of railway technology from China and investments in electric rail trains," said Minister of Transport of Argentina Juan Pablo Schiavi, as quoted from the AFP on Wednesday (07/14/2010).

He added that the cooperation agreement in the field of transportation between Argentina and China made by Kirchner and China's Vice Premier Hui Liangyu, after Kirchner held talks with Hu. Both sides bihak also agreed to the development of the laboratory in South American countries to develop the vaccine of pig flu.

Relations between Beijing to Buenos Aires before experiencing turmoil in recent months. Last April, China imposed a ban imports of soybean oil from Argentina.

Some observers say these measures as a response to Kirchner government imposed the import ban last year when the global economic crisis. At that purchase equipment from China and textiles by far Argentina's decline.

"We did not issue any recommendations directly from the tension of this relationship, but we're calling this deal as the re-inauguration of Argentina-China cooperation," said Kirchner.

Just to note, trade between Argentina and China in 2008 and reached $ 14 billion, up from 2004 which is only $ 4 billion. According to Kirchner, a trade relationship with China is the second largest after Brazil.

Kirchner asked China to make use of Argentina not only as the trade partner but also become the platform to carry out the work was the same as the other country in the world.

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


KPK searched Kemenkes
http://suaramerdeka.com/v1/ind...

July 15, 2010
KPK searched Kemenkes

   Corruption Avian Flu Vaccine

JAKARTA-Indonesia's Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) continued to investigate cases of alleged corruption procurement of medical equipment (medical supplies) in Kemenkes.

The commission has searched Kemenkes in Jalan Rasuna Said, Kuningan, South Jakarta and several partners.

According to the Head of Public Relations Bureau KPK Johan Budi SP, searching investigation of cases of alleged corruption related to procurement of medical supplies at a referral hospital in the handling of bird flu in 2006. Search in three places simultaneously.

In addition to the health ministry, the KPK also searched the office of a partner in the procurement of the vaccine. "PT Prime, PT ADU, and health ministries," he told reporters, the Building Commission, Wednesday (14 sevenths).

He did not explain about the search results. He just explained, a search carried out since Tuesday (13 / 7).

In this case, the Commission has named former Secretary of the Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare (Welfare Sesmenko) Sutedjo Joewono as suspects since 3 September 2009.

KPK suspect there has been state losses of Rp 32 billion of the total procurement value of USD 98 billion. He bears the suspicion of Article 2 paragraph 1, or Article 3 Eradication of Corruption Act.
Mode is performed by inflating the price of the suspect purchasing health equipment. No half-hearted, the inflated price reaches 200%.

The information obtained, health equipment that allegedly inflated include bronchoscopy Olympus brand made in Japan, a unit of the contract price of about USD 538 million and USD 529.9 million subkontraknya price was the price of only USD 168 million, his agent.

The difference reached USD 370 million. While for the tool, the Health Department needs about 11 units.
Another example is, the appliance brand defibrillators artificial Criticare, USA, an estimated price of USD 103 million contract and subcontract price of USD 101 million, the price was only USD 30.6 million agents. Cheat Happens 237% or USD 72 million. For these devices requires 25 units of MOH.

Goods were distributed to 100 local general hospitals (Hospital) in some provinces in the eastern part of Indonesia such as Sulawesi, Kalimantan, Papua and Maluku. In addition to a mark-up, the mode of corruption is also done through the efforts of sending back the same equipment to hospitals that had already been received, so perhaps barag was not necessary because the existing one.
The commission also has examined the United Indonesia Cabinet Health Minister Siti Fadilah Supari first volume. Also, committee leaders and members of the Sri Henni Setiawati Wahyuni project committee. (J13-41)

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Malaria Drugs Made In China That Kills

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Malaria Drugs Made In China That Kills
Thursday, July 15, 2010 - 13:58 PM
Rani Hardjanti - Okezone

BEIJING - It's not healthy, but the life of a young boy in fact floated. So also with the residents in a village in Sichuan Province, China, which was poisoned.

Victims fell, after swallowing the anti-malaria pills. Thus, the official Xinhua news agency reported, as reported by AFP on Thursday (07/15/2010).

They flocked to the anti-malaria pills, after the village outbreak of falciparum malaria, the most dangerous type of the disease.

They complain of fatigue, nausea, and a severe headache after taking the drug.

China's Health Ministry is currently investigating the drug that caused such a reaction.

China regularly hit by fears of dangerous food and drug products. In May, authorities were taking action against two drug companies, including one of the swine flu vaccine manufacturers.

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KPK Set New Suspect Case of Bird Flu

"MAH declared as suspects last week."

Friday, July 16, 2010, 17:37 AM

Elin Yunita Kristanti, Aries Setiawan, Ita F. Lismawati Malau

(VIVAnews / Tri Saputro)

VIVAnews - Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) named former Secretary of the Directorate General of Medical Services Department of Health initials MAH.

"MAH declared as suspects last week in the case of procurement of medical equipment for bird flu outbreak in 2006," KPK spokesman Johan Budi SP, KPK Office, Jalan HR Rasuna Said, Jakarta, Friday, July 16, 2010.

MAH - according to information gathered is Mulya A Hasjim -

snared with Article 2 paragraph (1) and Article 3 Eradication of Corruption Act. "The loss is estimated to USD 52 billion the country," said Johan.

Previously, the Commission has conducted a search for three days, from Monday until Wednesday yesterday at PT Kimia Farma, Budi Utomo, and PT Indofarma Global Medika.

Corruption cases and medical equipment in the Department of Health is believed to occur in the procurement of equipment in the year 2003, procurement of X-rays in 2007, and the last procurement of medical equipment in the handling of bird flu breaks out in 2006.

In the procurement of year 2003, the KPK has named former Health Minister Ahmad Sujudi as suspects. In addition the Commission also has named two associate department of health to be suspect. They have disuga inflate the price of these tools. KPK obtain evidence of up to 5,000 percent markup. Losses to the state in this case reaches Rp91.5 billion.

While the procurement of year 2007, the KPK has set Mardiono MOH Head of Planning. He is alleged to have caused state losses of up to Rp17, 5 billion.

Finally, the KPK has named former Secretary of the Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare, Soetedjo Yuwono as a suspect in the case of procurement of medical equipment dugaankorupsi handling of bird flu.

Finally, the KPK has named former Secretary of the Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare, Soetedjo Yuwono as a suspect in the case of procurement of medical equipment dugaankorupsi handling of bird flu.

When this case happened, Soetedjo a procurement coordinator. The Commission suspected case caused state losses of up to Rp32 billion. While the value of her own project to reach Rp98 billion. (Umi)

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KPK-call KEMKES PARTY

Jakarta, 16/7/2010 (Kominfo-Newsroom) The Ministry of Health expressed readiness to meet the calls Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), which will serve as a witness if the institutions related to the alleged losses to the state on the procurement of medical equipment to deal with bird flu in 2006.

The announcement was made Inspector General of Kemkes Naydial Roesdal in his office, Friday (16 / 7) afternoon, after a search conducted at the Building Commission Kemkes on Tuesday (13 / 7). "Kemkes ready if it came to be called Commission, either as witnesses or suspects. Anyone who is called to be ready," he asserted.

Last Tuesday, the KPK checked several rooms in the Kemkes, including spaces Secretary-General (Secretary General) Medical Service, room Secretary Director General (DG) and space the Director of Medical Services Medical Care Association. KPK to find some documents in the room and is currently being checked.

However, Naydial said, the KPK has not meyampaikan how big the alleged losses related state case. "I have not seen further, I also know the magnitude of the media, so I can not argue," he said.

Nevertheless, it remains to collect a number of people involved, also a partner, who allegedly knew about the allegations of this case. But, Naydial reluctant to provide further information about what things are discussed in their meeting. "The KPK has not been done until now is also calling on a number of officials Kemkes related cases," he argued. (Jul / Dry)

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Post closed Dinkes AI

By Tutut Indrawati on July 16, 2010

Solo-Sukoharjo Health Department finally closed the post prevention of bird flu or avian influenza (AI) in Hamlet Menjing, Village Kayuapak, Polokarto. The closure was done because the incubation period has expired and no additional discovery cases.

Kasi Sukoharjo Health Communicable Disease Control, Tutik Karyaningsih says, despite the bird flu control posts have been closed, but until now it still monitors the area Menjing. "Formally, we have closed the post already, but the village midwife and healthy working group still remain alert when found in new cases," he told reporters on Friday (16 / 7) in Sukoharjo.

Furthermore, he says, to anticipate the emergence of new cases or cases of other communicable diseases, Health Sukoharjo going to do counseling to community leaders, village cadres of the PKK and healthy working group on infectious diseases like bird flu, dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF), and how pecegahannya in chikungu Kayuapak village.

Meanwhile, the Head of Health Sukoharjo Prihatmo Agus said, until now it still has not got certainty about the cause of death of one resident Menjing. However, the current status of the victim was otherwise susfect bird flu. "The result has not come out so we're not sure, but

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Computers seized four Kemenkes

JAKARTA-Indonesia's Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) seized four computers and some documents from a search in the office of the Ministry of Health (Kemenkes).

Foreclosure''for purposes of investigation,''said Chief Public Relation Bureau KPK Johan Budi SP, overnight.

What documents were confiscated, he declined to elaborate.

According to him, a search conducted in the office of the Directorate General of Medical Services Kemenkes. The search is the development of medical equipment procurement corruption allegations (medical supplies) at the referral hospital handling of bird flu in 2006. ''The search carried out until Thursday morning,''he added.

As reported, the Commission to do a search since the Health Ministry office Tuesday (13 / 7). In addition to the health ministry, the KPK also searched the office of a partner in the procurement of the vaccine. Namely PT AM and PT ADU.

The KPK has named former Secretary of the Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare (Welfare Sesmenko) Sutedjo Joewono as suspects since 3 September last year.

KPK suspect there has been state losses of Rp 32 billion of the total procurement value of USD 98 billion. (J13-41)



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KPK Announces Ex-Health Officials As Suspects
July 16, 2010
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Delhi:  Two days after performing a search office of the Ministry of Health, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) recently announced that former agency officials are named suspects.  One of those concerned is a former Secretary of the Directorate-General (Sesditjen) Medical Care (Yanmedik) The Ministry of Health.

"The KPK has announced as a suspect to the MAH, which concerned a former Directorate-General Bina Yanmedik.  Determination of the suspects was carried out since last week," said Head of Public Relations Bureau KPK Johan Budi SP, KPK House, Friday (16 / 7) evening.  According to him, they deliberately made the announcement a week after determining a suspect, because the KPK still need to do some investigation efforts. Johan pointed out, the KPK thoroughly searched the office of the Health Minister.  

"If it had been announced in advance, we would worry about interrupting the search process," added Johan.

The search, said Johan, was conducted at three locations, namely at the Health Office and the Office of PT Kimia Farma and PT Indofarma Global Medika.  The search was conducted on Monday and Wednesday of this week.

"In the search we have confiscated four computers and several documents relating to the procurement," said Johan.

MAH named a suspect known as Mulya A Hasymi in the case of alleged corruption in the procurement of medical equipment for handling the bird flu epidemic in 2006.  Johan added that the suspect while serving as Directorate-General was responsible for the procurement budget that had been inflated.

"We suspect there have been losses to the state reaching 52 billion rupiah," said Johan. "Concerning these actions, your Majesty violated a number of laws, article 2(1)
and/or Article 3 of Act 31 of 1999 on the eradication of corruption, as amended in the law 20 years in 2001."

Johan explained, this case is the development of investigation of suspected cases to ensnare former Secretary of the Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare (Welfare Sesmenko) Sutedjo Joewono.  KPK suspects there has been state losses of Rp 32 billion of the total procurement value of USD 98 billion.  Sutedjo who was named as a suspect since 3 September last year entangled with article presumption of Article 2 paragraph 1 or Article 3, the Eradication of Corruption Act.



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Set KPK medical supplies Suspect Bird Flu Case
Friday, July 16, 2010 19:11 AM | Events | Legal / Crime |

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) set a new suspect in the case of procurement of medical equipment (medical supplies) for handling the bird flu epidemic in 2006.

"The suspect had the initials MAH," KPK spokesman Johan Budi said the KPK Building, Jakarta, Friday.

Based on the search, it is known that the MAH is a former Secretary of Directorate General of Medical Services Ministry of Health.

The suspect allegedly inflate the prices in the procurement and purchase of these medical supplies.

Articles that ensnare MAH as a suspect is Article 2 paragraph (1) and / or Article 3 of Law 31/1999 as amended Law 21/2001.

Johan explained, the determination of the suspect has actually been done since a week ago but only published in order not to disrupt the investigation process.

Previously, the Commission has conducted a search on Monday (12 / 7) until Wednesday (14 / 7) in some place that is in the Ministry of Health and two partner companies such ministries.

Results of the search, the KPK has confiscated a number of files of documents and four computers.

Losses to the state in such cases is estimated to reach at Rp52 billion. (*)

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Hundreds Of Chickens In Pangkalpinang Dead
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[This is the last paragraph from an article about the possibility of hearing damage from the vuvuzela.]

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Friday, July 16, 2010 | 5:35 pm

Public health experts are also worried about the dangers that accompany the use of this trumpet. It is feared, the wind blowing hard around vuvuzela can spread the flu virus and bacteria around the audience.

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Friday, July 16, 2010 13:48
Hundreds Of Chickens In Pangkalpinang Dead [Capitol city of island group off the east coast of South Sumatra]

Pangkalpinang - As many as 240 head of cattle chickens in Pangkalpinang City, Province of Bangka Belitung (Babel), during the year 2010 died of bird flu virus. Head of Animal Husbandry Pangkalpinang City Ghozali Efendi, in Pangkalpinang, Thursday (15 / 7), said the chickens died of bird flu virus diagnosed positive during the year 2010 as many as 240 head, or an increase when compared with the year 2009, a total of 140 individuals. "Cases of bird flu occurred in the City Pangkalpinang increased, because the awareness of citizens in maintaining sanitation cage, less," he said.

He said the bird flu virus with pandemic usually in January, February and December, at the turn of the rainy season to dry season, and vice versa. To prevent the spread of bird flu virus, he said, is expected to report if the breeder poultry in a sudden death and did not sell to the markets which resulted in transmission of the human will.

He also urged the public to be careful to buy meat and cook chicken for chicken meat be consumed at a temperature of 80 degrees Celsius in order to avoid infection and the deadly bird flu virus.

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Health Ministry Officers Ready to Testify
Health Ministry Officers Ready to Testify
July 17, 2010
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Jakarta:  Ministry of Health (Kemenkes) is ready to explain all the confiscated documents by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK).  All ministry officials were also ready to review or testify.  Ministry of Health Inspector General Naydial Roesdal revealed that it gives an opportunity to the Commission to examine allegations of corruption and medical equipment (medical supplies) worth USD 98 billion in 2006 in the ministry.

"Suspicion (corruption) is not necessarily true.  But whoever (Kemenkes officials) is called as a witness, please give more details,'' he said in Jakarta yesterday (16 / 7).

After a second search of the Commission last Wednesday (14 / 7), Naydial said it had provided all documents requested by KPK.  That document, among others, included the procurement of medical supplies for the treatment of bird flu in 2006.

"This including evidence (documents) supports the other,'' he said without elaborating.

According to Naydial, afterwards the Space General Secretary, Director General of Medical Care, and Director of Primary Medical Care Commission directly coordinated an inspection of Kemenkes, the institute.

"Surely (with) those who in 2006 served in that position.  Although already there has been reshuffling, the persons are still here (Kemenkes),'' he said.

He explained that in 2006, the State Audit Board (BPK) did not examine the financial management reports related to use of Health Ministry medical supplies. In addition, tests carried out are not investigated by CPC.

"CPC is only an annual routine financial check,'' he said.

One of anticipation and to repair procedures related to procurement of goods carried by Kemenkes is the exposure of information online.  Hopefully, it was able to provide transparency regarding the tender process in Kemenkes.   In a separate search, KPK spokesman Johan Budi disclosed that in this case, it has twice been searched.  The first took place on Monday (12 / 7) at the offices of PT AM and PT ATU as a Kemenkes partner.  Then, a second search took place Wednesday (14 / 7) in the office Kemenkes, PT Kimia Farma and PT Indofarma Global Medika.

''We have seized all relevant documents for the procurement of medical supplies for bird flu on four hard disks,'' said Johan to Java Pos when contacted yesterday.  From the results of the second search, the KPK plans to call the Manager of PT Indofarma Global Medika Hery Purwoto as a witness.

He explained that in that case, the Commission found indications of markup concerning the purchase price amounting to 40 percent of medical supplies.  State losses are estimated to reach USD 32 billion of the total project value of USD 98 billion.



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DKK: Residents positive Menjing AI (Central Java)

By Beautiful Septiyaning on July 17, 2010

Sukoharjo (Espos), District Health Office (DKK) Sukoharjo ensure one resident Menjing Hamlet, Kayuapak, Polokarto who died recently of positive bird flu or avian influenza (AI).

Previously, residents who died in Dr Solo Moewardi Hospital recently with the initials of the PA is only expressed as a suspect. However, after the lab results came out, the relevant fact bird flu positive.

DKK Sukoharjo head, Dr. Agus Prihatmo said, had just received the lab results. "It turned out positive results. So it's not a suspect anymore unless 12 other people suspected of having ilness like influenza (ILI), but after a check lab, it turns out they were suffering from dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF), "he said when met reporters, Saturday (17 / 7).

With the release of the results of these laboratory checks, Agus added, it would further tighten control of border regions.

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MOH Corruption Commission Set New Suspect

Jakarta (Bali Post) -

KPK has named former Secretary of Director General (Sekditjen) Medical Care (Binyanmedik) MOH Mulya A Hasjmi (MAH) as a suspect in the alleged corruption procurement of medical equipment for the handling of bird flu outbreaks. Determination of this status is the result of a search conducted at that institution and office partner, PT Kimia Farma Trading (KFT) and. Indo Farma Global Medika (IFGM).

Mode is done by inflate prices (mark up) the procurement of goods to the container. As a result of the act, the state impaired USD 52 billion. ''What is determined as a suspect. But for the temporary detention has not been done,''said Karo PR KPK Johan Budi said Friday (16 / 7) yesterday

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Johan revealed, in search of the KPK on Monday (12 / 7) and Wednesday (14 / 7) and then to third place, a lot of getting documents and data that strongly supports the investigation of the case. From the review, the goods were confiscated, the investigation team was able to obtain a very significant development for these cases of alleged corruption.

''We were able to quickly set of MAH as a suspect case of alleged corruption procurement of health equipment for the handling of bird flu outbreaks. Snared suspects violated article 2, paragraph (1) jo Article 3 of Law No. 31/1999 jo UU No. 20/2001 on Eradication of Corruption Act,''explained Johan.

Former Ambassador

Johan Budi added that the commission also examined the former ambassador of Indonesia to Singapore Mochamad Slamet Hidayat. Examination as a witness against him was still associated allegations of corruption in Singapore Embassy building renovation. Concerned examined as a witness for former colleagues, he said.

Slamet Hidayat checked for suspected former Secretary General of the Department Sudjanan Parnohadiningrat. He made a suspect, because it allegedly involved in corruption cases renovation Embassy, Ambassador homestead, Wisma DCM and houses the staff offices Embassy in Singapore that lasted from 2003 to 2004. (Ant)

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Former Sesditjen Kemenkes Be Suspect

Saturday, July 17, 2010

JAKARTA (Suara Karya): The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) re-establish the suspect for alleged corruption in the procurement of medical equipment (medical supplies) bird flu prevention.

This time, former Secretary of Director General of Medical Services (Sesditjen Bina Yanmedik) Mulya A Hasjmi is named as a suspect.

Head of Public Relations Bureau said the KPK Johan Budi SP, Mulya allegedly inflate the price of these health tools.

To that end, KPK investigators snare Mulya with Article 2 paragraph 1, or Article 3 of Law No. 31 of 1999 as amended by Act No. 20 of 2001.

Suspicion of state losses due Mulya action, according to Johan, an estimated USD 52 billion.

Previously, KPK investigators have conducted unprecedented raids at three places on Monday and Wednesday and then to look for evidence that the case concerned.

Third place was referred to PT Kimia Farma Way Boedi Oetomo, Central Jakarta, and PT Indofarma Global Medika in Central Jakarta.

So did the DG's office in the Ministry of Health Yanmedik not spared from the search.

In addition, according to Johan, KPK investigators also continue investigation into alleged price-inflationary environment in the renovation of buildings in the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia (Embassy) Singapore.

Yesterday, investigators examined the former Ambassador in Singapore, Mochamad Slamet Hidayat. He was examined to investigate the renovation project in 2003-2004 Singapore Embassy.

Slamet examined as a witness for the defendant Sudjadnan Parnohadiningrat. At the time the case was going on, Sudjadnan served as Secretary General Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Sudjadnan snared with Article 12 letter b and / or Article 5 paragraph 2 and / or Article 11 of Law Number 31 Year 1999 regarding Criminal Acts of Corruption, as amended to Act No. 20 of 2001.

According to investigators, the mode used by the former ambassador of Indonesia to Ameriksa States (U.S.) is to approve an additional budget (ABT) office building renovation, the ambassador homestead, homestead DCM, and the homes of embassy official in Singapore in 2003-2004. Concerned alleged to have received something related to fund the renovation of approximately 175 thousand U.S. dollars.

Meanwhile, Mochamad Slamet previously been sentenced for three years imprisonment in the same case. Court Corruption (Corruption) states, then bribing Sudjadnan Slamet, who is still serving Secretary of Foreign Affairs, to approve the renovation project it. (Nefan Kristiono)

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The search Kemenkes Office

JAKARTA - Two days after the Health Ministry's office raided (Kemenkes), the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) recently announced a former local official becomes a suspect.

Suspect that former Secretary of the Directorate-General (Sesditjen) Medical Care (Yanmedik) The Ministry of Health, Mulya A Hasymi. Commission''has been set as a suspect of MAH, which concerned a former Sesditjen Yanmedik Bina. Determination of the suspects carried out since last week,''said Chief Public Relation Bureau KPK Johan Budi SP, KPK House, Friday (16 / 7) evening.

According to him, deliberately made the announcement a week after the determination of the suspect. The reason for the KPK still need to do some investigation efforts. Johan pointed out, the KPK searched the office Kemenkes. ''If you had been announced in advance, it is feared disrupt the search process,''added Johan.

The search, said Johan, conducted at three locations, namely in Kemenkes office, the office of PT Kimia Farma and PT Indofarma Global Medika. The search was conducted on Monday and Wednesday. ''In the search we have confiscated four computers and several documents relating to the procurement,''said Johan.

MAH known as Mulya A Hasymi. He was named as a suspect in the case of alleged corruption procurement of health equipment handling the bird flu epidemic in 2006. When serving as sesditjen suspects responsible for the procurement budget has been inflated.

''We think there have been losses to the state to reach USD 52 billion,''said Johan.

On these actions, Mulya alleged violation of Article 2 (1) and / or Article 3 of Act 31 of 1999 on Eradication of Corruption, as amended in Act 20 of 2001.

Investigation Development Johan explained, this case is the development of investigation of suspected cases ensnare former Secretary of the Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare (Welfare Sesmenko) Sutedjo Joewono. KPK recorded losses of Rp 32 billion of the total procurement value of USD 98 billion.

Sutedjo which has named as a suspect since 3 September last year snared violation of Article 2 paragraph (1) or Section 3 Eradication of Corruption Act.

Mode is performed by inflating the price of the suspect purchasing health equipment. No half-hearted, the inflated price reaches 200%. (J13-20)

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Bird Flu, Not Affect BIMP-EAGA

Head of Department of Animal Husbandry and Animal Health (Disnakkeswan) West Kalimantan province, Abdul Manaf, said the phenomenon of bird flu (H5N1) that had stopped in the province of West Kalimantan, especially in Pontianak, a few weeks ago, did not impact on the program of cooperation of Asian countries, Brunei Darussalam , Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines (BIMP-EAGA).

"They are not affected, the condition is now back Kalbar conducive. This means that this condition can be used by all companies nationally and internationally to be able to invest in poultry in West Kalimantan, for export purposes, "said Abdul Manaf, Friday (16 / 7).

He also explained the phenomenon of bird flu is a common symptom and not alien to each country. That means, he continued, the H5N1 virus could be endemic to any country, not just in West Kalimantan.

"So, yesterday was also delivered by Mohammad Roslan, he as a representative of Chicken Mart manager who manages KFC in Malaysia, Singapore, India and Cambodia. He said that, in Malaysia there is also the issue of bird flu, but it did not affect the level of sales to the public, from fast food issued by KFC Chicken Mart through his community kaarena know kalau process in Chicken Mart is very good at all, and have noticed kaedah-kaedah animal health and food safety, so assured, "he said.

Told him, BIMP-EAGA is ready to assist the things that presumably could be an obstacle in the process of fulfilling the provision of meat in Asian markets.

"BIMP-EAGA it's umbrella. If there are deficiencies in terms of processing technology, they are ready to help, whether it is for the aspect of labeling or other halalness they are ready to assist in the BIMP-EAGA cooperation, "explained Manaf.2003-2004. (Ant)

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There Is Victim Bird Flu Killed Agai
[There's no word from Depkes on this girl yet.]

From dbg:

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There Is Victim Bird Flu Killed Again [PN, 14 F, first reported 6/25/10]
Report: Kompas.com
Saturday, July 17, 2010 | 23:18 pm

SUKOHARJO, TRIBUN-TIMUR.COM - For a long time was not heard the news, apparently the bird flu or H5N1 virus continues to threaten. This time a 14-year-old girl died from Sukoharjo district.

District Health Office Sukoharjo, Central Java, said the victim was the student State Junior High School 1 Polokarto had the initials PN. She died because bird flu positive.

"True PN who died a few weeks ago [June 23 or 24] because tested positive for bird flu," said Chief District Health Office Sukoharjo, Agus Prihatmo, in Sukoharjo, Saturday (17/07/2010).

Agus said, on Friday (16 / 7) last night, he got the news directly from the Laboratory of Health Ministry of Health in Jakarta about the results of research on blood samples from victim and her family.

Officially, he said, his side not yet know the origin of the bird flu virus attacks whether from Menjing Polokarto, Sukoharjo, or from other regions. "We do not know officially," he said.

However, he said, the victim is also citizen of the Village Menjing had direct physical contact with a dead chicken. "When the victim throw a dead chicken in her backyard," he said.

It immediately conduct a variety of preventive measures, particularly in environments where the victim lived, after learning the results of laboratory tests on the case. He urged the community to improve the pattern of clean living and wary of a possible attack of bird flu.

"As soon as the health check to the nearest medical officer to know the signs of the attack," he said.

In June 2010, the victim suffered from Influenza Like Illness (ILI), which is one of the indicators that lead to the bird flu attack. The Ministry of Health has been conducting research on Menjing Village, District Polokarto, Sukoharjo, is associated with bird flu attack which resulted in her death.

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Teenage Girl in Sukoharjo Dies of Bird Flu
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Hat tip, Dutchy:

Minggu, 18 Juli 2010 | 02:27 WIB

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Workers catch flamingoes in a cordoned area to prepare for vaccination against avian flu at the Jurong Bird Park in Singapore on June 21, 2010. The park remains vigilant in their approach towards avian flu H5N1, by conducting annual variation H5N2 vaccinations for the 600 species of birds in their collection to increase the birds immune system.

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SUKOHARJO, KOMPAS.com - A Sukuharjo district health offical said the death of  14-year old girl a few weeks ago proved to have been caused by  bird flu.  

"We can confirm that  PN died of bird flu a few weeks ago," the health official, Agus Prihatmo, said here on Saturday.

He said samples of PN's body fluids had been sent to the Health Ministry's laboratory in Jakarta for tests and the test results received in Sukaharjo only on Friday (July 16) had shown the junior high-school student was positively infected with the bird flu virus.

He said it was so far not known where the virus came from. "We still don't know whether  the virus originated in Menjing Polokarto, Sukoharjo or another region," he said.

The victim who was a resident of Menjing village had had contact with a dead chicken before. "At the time she dumped a dead chicken in the backyard of her house," he said.

He said his office had taken preventive measures, especially at and around the victim's residence, after knowing the cause of her death. Agus also appealed to the people to be alert to the possible spread of the virus by improving cleanliness.

"Have your health condition checked at the nearest health service center as soon as you have the symptoms," he told people.

In June PN suffered from an influenza-like illness. The health ministry has conducted a study in the village with regard to the death of the girl.

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Otherwise pn Death by Bird Flu

Sunday, July 18, 2010 12:45 pm 0 Comments 0 0

Authors: Widjajadi

SOLO - MI: Pn deaths, teen junior Polokarto Menjing villagers, positive for bird flu virus attack. Certainty of death in the care of Dr Pn Solo Moewardi Hospital on June 23 last because most malignant virus of type A ie H5NI.

"Results of laboratory examination of the health Ministry of Health states, Pn died of bird flu virus," said Chief District Health Office (DKK) Sukoharjo, Agus Prihatmo, Saturday evening (17 / 7), in Sukoharjo.

DKK forced to wait a long time, before the health laboratoarium show a valid assessment, dated July 16 about the causes of death Pn. When the cause of death is still a mysterious thing, DKK Sukoharjo has formed in the AI post terjangkitinya (infected; contaminated) Menjing followed by eight local residents Influenza Like Illness disease (ILI).

AI Post completed the medical staff, doctors, and drugs tamiflu. Even the investigation team from the Ministry of Health bird flu could also help jump Command Post in handling cases of ILI in order to localize Menjing initial virus that leads to the bird flu. (WJ/OL-5)

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One student in Sukoharjo Die

SUKOHARJO - MI: District Health Office Sukoharjo, Central Java, stating that the 14-year-old girl student status as a State Junior High School had the initials PN Polokarto died of bird flu positive.

"True PN who died a few weeks ago because it tested positive for bird flu," said Chief District Health Office Sukoharjo, Agus Prihatmo, in Sukoharjo, Saturday (17 / 7).

He admitted on Friday (16 / 7) evening received word directly from the Laboratory of Health Ministry of Health in Jakarta about the results of research on blood samples from victims and their families.

Officially, he said, his side not yet know the origin of the bird flu virus attacks whether from Menjing Polokarto, Sukoharjo, or from other regions. "We do not know officially," he said.

However, he said, victims who are also citizens of the Village Menjing had direct physical contact with a dead chicken. "When the victim throw a dead chicken in her backyard," he said.

It immediately conduct a variety of preventive measures, particularly in environments where the victim lived, after learning the results of laboratory tests on the case.

He urged the community to improve the pattern of clean living and wary of a possible attack of bird flu. "As soon as the health check to the nearest health worker if

know the signs of the attack, "he said.

In June 2010, the victim suffered from Influenza Like Illness (ILI), which is one of the indicators that lead to the bird flu attack. The Ministry of Health has been conducting research on Menjing Village, District Polokarto, Sukoharjo, is associated with an attack of bird flu that caused her death. (Ant/X-11)

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News Nusantara

South Lampung Beware of Attack From H5N1 Virus [South Sumatra]

Sunday, July 18, 2010 17:56 AM

South Lampung, (TVOne).

Animal Husbandry Department (Disnak) South Lampung regency wary of bird flu virus (H5N1) following heavy rainfall today.

"It's the last three months there was no report of bird flu, but we will increase their vigilance," said Head of South Lampung district Animal Husbandry Department, Ahmad Khandri, in Kalianda, Sunday, (18 / 7).

Khandri say, the territory of its main monitoring the district Jatiagung, Sidomulyo, Merbaumataram, Tanjungbintang and Katibung as the center of the poultry farms in South Lampung regency. "Another Sub too will not escape from our monitoring for the entire district is endemic bird flu," he said.

That vigilance effort, conducted by monitoring and providing sufficient disinfectant to farmers on a regular basis to suppress any new attacks, he said.

Khandri also expected, to the breeders to continue to clean the corral so that manure does not trigger the emergence of the virus because this time the potential transmission through very high water flow. Then, farmers themselves must remain stable pet to break the chains of attacks, particularly locations that have very high traffic, such as livestock markets.

Khandri said it has also been coordinating with the Institute for Agriculture Quarantine and the Institute for Agricultural Quarantine Bakauheni Cilegon, Banten to tighten the flow of traffic coming from outside the poultry area.

"The opportunity to spread the virus was brought in from outside the area so large that they need to be anticipated during this time because the virus attacks in South Lampung likely come from outside the region," he said.

Khandri also hope, to all citizens to immediately report to the officer if it finds the poultry farm died with symptoms similar to the virus were to be done quick test "rapid test" before they escalate.

Based on data from South Lampung District Livestock Office during the years 2009 cases of bird flu as much as 23 to 500 birds died suddenly, that number decreased from the previous year by 3000 as many as 35 cases of H5N1 positive birds.

While in the year 2010 has seen a number of attacks in some areas from January to March with hundreds of infected poultry. (Ant)

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Share 2010, a victim suffering from Influenza Like Illness (ILI), which is one of the indicators that lead to the bird flu attack. The Ministry of Health has been conducting research on Menjing Village, District Polokarto, Sukoharjo, is associated with an attack of bird flu that caused her death. (Ant/X-11)

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Sukoharjo girl Bird Flu Death

Saturday, July 17, 2010 22:44:28 GMT | By: -

AFP - Sukoharjo District Health Office, Central Java, stating that the 14-year-old girl student status as a State Junior High School had the initials PN Polokarto died of bird flu positive.

"True PN who died a few weeks ago because it tested positive for bird flu," said Chief District Health Office Sukoharjo, Agus Prihatmo, in Sukoharjo, Saturday.

He admitted on Friday (16 / 7) evening received word directly from the Laboratory of Health Ministry of Health in Jakarta about the results of research on blood samples from victims and their families.

Officially, he said, his side not yet know the origin of the bird flu virus attacks whether from Menjing Polokarto, Sukoharjo, or from other regions. "We do not know officially," he said.

However, he said, victims who are also citizens of the Village Menjing had direct physical contact with a dead chicken.

"When the victim throw a dead chicken in her backyard," he said.

It immediately conduct a variety of preventive measures, particularly in environments where the victim lived, after learning the results of laboratory tests on the case.

He urged the community to improve the pattern of clean living and wary of a possible attack of bird flu.

"As soon as the health check to the nearest medical officer to know the signs of the attack," he said.

In June 2010, the victim suffered from Influenza Like Illness (ILI), which is one of the indicators that lead to the bird flu attack.

The Ministry of Health has been conducting research on Menjing Village, District Polokarto, Sukoharjo, is associated with an attack of bird flu that caused her death. 



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Sukoharjo, Central Java ::: A 14-year-old girl dies of bird flu H5N1

Posted by Ida on July 18, 2010

An English report from KOMPAS newspaper. Another patient tested positive bird flu H5N1. Victim was reported to have close contact with dead birds. -adm-

A Sukoharjo district health official said the death of 14-year old girl a few weeks ago proved to have been caused by bird flu.

"We can confirm that PN died of bird flu a few weeks ago," the health official, Agus Prihatmo, said here on Saturday.

 

He said samples of PN’s body fluids had been sent to the Health Ministry’s laboratory in Jakarta for tests and the test results received in Sukaharjo only on Friday (July 16) had shown the junior high-school student was positively infected with the bird flu virus.

 

He said it was so far not known where the virus came from. "We still don’t know whether the virus originated in Menjing Polokarto, Sukoharjo or another region," he said.

 

The victim who was a resident of Menjing village had had contact with a dead chicken before. "At the time she dumped a dead chicken in the backyard of her house," he said.

 

In June PN suffered from an influenza-like illness. The health ministry has conducted a study in the village with regard to the death of the girl.

Source: Indonesia national newspaper, KOMPAS. http://english.kompas.com/read/2010/07/18/02274495/Teenage.Girl.in.Sukoharjo.Dies.of.Bird.Flu

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AI Positive PA Citizens Asked to Beware

Sunday, 18/07/2010 22:34 pm - mal

SUKOHARJO-One of the original SMP Kayuapak, Village Menjing, Suokoharjo who died several months ago [I believe it should be weeks] after being treated at Dr Moewardi Hospital, eventually tested positive for AI or bird flu.

"The results of laboratory studies conducted by the hospital to patients already out, and the results are positive PA AI or bird flu," explains Head of District Health Office (DKK) Sukoharjo Prihatmo Agus, Saturday (17 / 7).

The conclusion is reinforced by the fact, that from before the PA died, he had direct contact with chickens that had died while playing on a chicken farm owned by his grandfather.

Death of the PA since the bird flu virus, according to Agus adding the death toll from bird flu in Sukoharjo into two people. Years ago in 2006, the victim died because of AI has also been happening in the region Sapen, Mojolaban.

Associated with the laboratory results of the PA, Agus said his company actually has to make efforts in prevention and inventory in the field. Even some residents who allegedly suffered similar symptoms directly addressed. But after being treated and checked for bird flu were negative, but dengue fever.

"Further DKK has also made a bird flu alert posts there as a preventive measure so that the AI does not eat the victim again," he said.

Therefore, DKK really hope the whole community in Sukoharjo to stay alert and always keep the surrounding environment, especially the location that has a chicken farm.

"If there are people who experience symptoms of bird flu and found the chicken died suddenly expected to immediately report to DKK," he added. (Mal

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http://edisicetak.solopos.co.id/zindex_menu.asp?kodehalaman=h06&id=77280

Edition: Monday, July 19, 2010, Hal.I

Residents positive Polokarto AI

Sukoharjo (Espos) District Health Office (DKK) Sukoharjo ensure a teenage resident Menjing Hamlet, Village Kayuapak, Polokarto who died after being treated in hospital (RS) recent positive bird flu or avian influenza (AI)

Earlier, the teenager who died in the initials PA Moewardi Hospital dr Solo only declared as suspect bird flu. However, after the lab results came out, the relevant fact bird flu positive.

Head DKK Sukoharjo, Agus Prihatmo says, has received the lab results over the PA. "It was a positive outcome of AI. So it's not a suspect anymore. While 12 other people suspected of having ilness like influenza (ILI) after they are checked in the laboratory apparently suffering from dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF), "he said when met reporters, Saturday (17 / 7).

With the release of the results of these laboratory tests, Agus added, will tighten supervision DKK border regions. "Besides Menjing, we'll watch the border area more closely, such as the border with Wonogiri. We try not to get another victim of bird flu this year or in future years, "he explained.

The second victim

Agus explained, in 2010 was only one person. PA, he added, was the second victim who died in 2006 after then there also died from bird flu in the village of Sampen, Mojolaban.

"Bird flu is still a mystery. Suddenly, this year there are events like the 2006. To anticipate, in addition to tightening border controls d also by encouraging the socialization in the community. "

For socialization in the community, Agus added, besides giving the notion of the importance of poultry stall also about clean living and healthy behaviors (PHBS). According to him, if PHBS actually implemented correctly and optimized by society, infectious diseases can be avoided.

Touched on post closure prevention of bird flu in Menjing positive when PA was suffering from AI, Agus explained, because it's been through the incubation period and the absence of additional findings. Although the post was closed, DKK Menjing continue to do monitoring in particular. - By: Ayu Prawitasariflu birds and found the chicken died suddenly expected to immediately report to DKK, "he added. (Mal

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One More Patient suspect Avian Pigs in RSU Kandou

Tuesday, July 21, 2009 11:36 pm 0 Comments 0 0

MANADO - MI: Patients suspected H1N1 swine influenza or increases to seven people after entering a new patient to the General Hospital (RSU) Kandou Manado and treated in isolation space Irina F.

"This new patient just entered Monday night at around 22:30 pm in the RSU Kandou with the same symptoms ie fever and cough with the same initials of the WT but 12-year-old and also citizens of Galway," said Londa Dietje Kandou RSU Public Relations, in Manado, Tuesday (21 / 7).

Londa explained, the most recent patients were treated following a brother who just returned from Thailand on holiday and experience the same symptoms and should be treated following the procedures and equipment.

According to Londa, to this day are still hot conditions of both high and cough but remains in serious and intensive supervision of an expert team of doctors led Agung Nugroho. While the two previous patients who are also sisters of the RSU macro reference Kendage Sangihe, conditions are getting better and also continues to receive supervision from the medical team.

Regarding the fourth family of this patient, Londa said they still have not indicated a normal transmission. "Problem quarantined or not depends on the condition, but until yesterday was still good and not show symptoms of fever or something," he said.

The patients who were treated RSU Kandou now there are seven people ie ET, 38, RR, 40, MT, 15, a Japanese citizen brothers SB, 7, HB, 6, WT, 13, and WT, 12. Three people have been declared healthy and sent home. While four of the brothers and sisters from the Japanese origin of Manado from Thailand is still in intensive care. (Ant/OL-04)

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Welah .. There Victim Killed After Bird Flu

* Saturday, July 17, 2010 | 22:44 pm

SUKOHARJO l-Old Online SURYA inaudible news, it turns out the bird flu or H5N1 virus continues to threaten. This time a 14-year-old girl died from Sukoharjo district.

District Health Office Sukoharjo, Central Java, said the victim was the State Junior High School students a Polokarto initials PN. He died of bird flu positive.

"True PN who died a few weeks ago because it tested positive for bird flu," said Chief District Health Office Sukoharjo, Agus Prihatmo, in Sukoharjo, Saturday (17/07/2010).

Agus said, on Friday (16 / 7) last night, he got the news directly from the Laboratory of Health Ministry of Health in Jakarta about the results of research on blood samples from victims and their families.

Officially, he said, his side not yet know the origin of the bird flu virus attacks whether from Menjing Polokarto, Sukoharjo, or from other regions. "We do not know officially," he said.

However, he said, victims who are also citizens of the Village Menjing had direct physical contact with a dead chicken. "When the victim throw a dead chicken in her backyard," he said.

It immediately conduct a variety of preventive measures, particularly in environments where the victim lived, after learning the results of laboratory tests on the case. He urged the community to improve the pattern of clean living and wary of a possible attack of bird flu.

"As soon as the health check to the nearest medical officer to know the signs of the attack," he said.

In June 2010, the victim suffered from Influenza Like Illness (ILI), which is one of the indicators that lead to the bird flu attack. The Ministry of Health has been conducting research on Menjing Village, District Polokarto, Sukoharjo, is associated with an attack of bird flu that caused her death. KCM

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DKK cap posts of bird flu in Menjing

Sukoharjo (Espos) District Health Office (DKK) Sukoharjo cover posts prevention / treatment of bird flu or avian influenza (AI) in Hamlet Menjing, Village Kayuapak, Polokarto.

The closure was done because the incubation period has expired and no discovery of additional cases. Kasi DKK Control of Communicable Diseases, Tutik Karyaningsih says, although posts have been closed but until now still monitoring the area Menjing DKK.

"Formally, our post has been closed, but the midwife and the Working Group, Healthy Villages remain idle if found new cases," he told reporters on Friday (16 / 7), at Sukoharjo.

Furthermore, he says, to anticipate the emergence of new cases or cases of other communicable diseases, will conduct counseling to DKK community leaders, cadres of the PKK and the Working Group, Healthy Village Happenings infectious diseases like bird flu, dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF), and the way pecegahannya chikungu.

"Guidance will we do tomorrow (today-ed) by presenting speakers from DKK and authority of the ranch. So far, we admit, the Village is a village endemic Kayuapak some infectious diseases, earlier this year it could happen outbreaks (unusual) chikungu disease in this village, "he said.

According to him, until now, the level of health in the Village less Kayuapak still considered primarily in the areas of health and the environment clean and healthy lifestyle (PHBS).

"In areas Menjing for example, to date we see still less clean environment especially where many cattle pen. Our hope with this extension can improve the public health and the environment clean and healthy lifestyle, "he said.

Head DKK Sukoharjo, Agus Prihatmo, say, up to now have not received any certainty about the cause of death of one resident Menjing suspected bird flu. The status of the victim is still stated susfect bird flu. - By: UFI



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[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


UNAIR will become a center for infectious tropical disease research
http://www.surabayapost.co.id/...

Got Unair Tropic RS
Tuesday, July 20, 2010 | 10:54 pm
Tropic Hospital on the campus of the C Unair.

SURABAYA - Tropical Infections Hospital located at Airlangga University Kampus C Jl. Mulyosari will not only serve to treat patients. This particular hospital will also serve as an infectious tropical disease research center in Indonesia.

Chairman of the Academic Senate Airlangga University, Prof. Dr. Sam Suharto SpMK, said since the beginning of the Tropic Hospital Infection was projected to research and patient care. Especially the rare cases associated with infectious tropical diseases. Later, the Hospital Infection Tropic also collaborates with the Institute of Tropical Disease (ITD) and BSL-3 laboratory which is located behind the building of this hospital.

"The Ministry of Health appointed as a place Unair Tropical Infectious Hospital because we have a BSL-3 lab," said Sam.

Sam said the research conducted at the Hospital Infection with ITD and the Tropic of BSL-3 Lab will produce a national nature policy. This means that whatever the outcome of research on this place submitted to the Ministry of Health to later become the basis of setting national policy.

The research is also not limited to what a rare cause of a disease or there is no medicine in Indonesia. Research is also conducted to find the vaccine or medicine that can cure the disease. Starting from the usual infectious diseases such as dengue fever each year to HIV-AIDS.

"The results here will be a basic consideration in the Health Department established a policy to cope with a disease," said Sam.

Airlangga University professor in microbiology is added, it was likely the hospital a referral center of Tropical Infectious tropical diseases in Indonesia. Only patients who are treated is limited to cases of heavy or scarce.

"If the case can be handled lightly and ordinary public hospitals, patients do not need to be sent to the Tropical Hospital Infection," said Sam.

For the purposes of making vaccines, research will be conducted at BSL-3 Lab. Currently, the laboratory that was built using funds the Department of Health has been successfully make seeds available for bird flu vaccine and swine flu. Second seed vaccine has been submitted to the Department of Health to be mass produced.

Currently, the development of Tropical Infectious Hospital has reached the final stage. Physical building was completed eight floors tall. The plan, all health and other support equipment will be installed this year. While the operation of the hospital had done no later than the end of the year.

Using a grant from the Ministry of Health, the development of Tropical Infectious Hospital spent about Rp 410 billion. Last year, the Health Ministry had disbursed Rp 190 billion fund for physical development.

While this year, funds amounting to Rp 150 billion was signed on Budget Execution Entry List (DIPA) of the Ministry of Health. While the remaining funds of Rp 70 billion taken from the State Budget Changes (APBNP) 2010.

"Because of its grants, the management of Hospital Infection Tropical Health Department will be managed together Airlangga University," said Airlangga Resources Director, Prof. Dr. MT Fendy Suhariadi drs. rey

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Tuesday, July 20, 2010, 08:44:00
Not to Receive Test Results
Abdul Manaf

HEAD Department of Animal Husbandry and Animal Health, West Kalimantan, Abdul Manaf Mustafa, Monday (19 / 7) states that until now it still has not obtained the assurance of laboratory test results associated with the influenza virus which carried afian team from Singapore, some time ago. "Laboratory results from Surabaya has not been received. The results can not directly get to the team but should be through the Directorate General of Livestock Services in Jakarta, "he said. The tests, conducted in the framework molukuler DNA examination to determine if the bird flu virus in West Kalimantan are derived from outside the region or mutation of existing viruses.

Kalbar which were free from bird flu, some time ago had commotion with the spread of bird flu. Therefore, the results of these tests is expected to give clarity to the public and the government does indeed spread of the virus originated from a virus that settled a long time or a new virus which originated from outside the area. The spread of the virus itself felt very quickly due to weather factors also supported by a highly irregular. Plus the lack of healthy lifestyles from the public. "Wait just her test results, hopefully with adasnya testing conducted by a team from Surabaya can provide results as soon as possible and the public can be informed," he said. (Sgg)

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[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Laboratory Results for PN Are Bird Flu Positive
July 20, 2010
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Sukoharjo:  The Sukoharjo District Health Department, Central Java, stated that the 14-year-old girl with the student status of a State Junior High School and the initials PN Polokarto positively died of bird flu.

"it is true that PN who died a few weeks ago tested positive for bird flu," said Chief of the Sukoharjo District Health Office, Agus Prihatmo, in Sukoharjo, Saturday (17 / 7).

He admitted on Friday (16 / 7) evening that he received word directly from the Laboratory of Health Ministry of Health in Jakarta about the results of research on blood samples from victims and their families.  Officially, he said, his office not yet know the origin of the bird flu virus attacks whether they were from Menjing Polokarto, Sukoharjo, or from other regions.

"We do not know officially," he said.  However, he said, the victim who is also a citizen of the Village Menjing had direct physical contact with chickens that are dead.  "Then the victim threw dead chickens in her backyard," said he.

Immediately various preventive measures were performed, particularly in environments where the victim lived, after learning the results of laboratory tests on the case.

He urged the community to improve the pattern of clean living and be wary of a possible attack of bird flu.  "Immediately have your health checked by the nearest health worker if you see signs of the attack," he said.

In June 2010, the victim suffered from Influenza Like Illness (ILI), which is one of the indicators that lead to the bird flu attack.  The Ministry of Health has been conducting research on Menjing Village, District Polokarto, Sukoharjo, that is associated with an attack of bird flu that caused her death.



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AI in poultry articles

http://suaramerdeka.com/v1/index.php/read/cetak/2010/07/21/117514/759-Unggas-Mati-Terserang-Flu-Burung

Cross-Banyumas Kedu

July 21, 2010

759 Poultry Bird Flu Death attacked

TEMANGGUNG - Until the end of the first semester of this year as many as 759 birds in County Waterford known to die from virus-infected avian influenza (AI) or popularly called bird flu.

Based on data in the Department of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries (Disnakkan) County Waterford, the first incident was reported last January by residents in the Village Tanjungsari, District Tlogomulyo. At that time, as many as 402 chickens owned Mustanir race and some other people reportedly died suddenly. When checked by the officers, hundreds of chickens was declared dead due to the AI virus.

Kasi Prevention and Eradication of Animal Diseases, Suparjo in his office, yesterday, said that compared to the total poultry population as a whole, the death rate from bird flu is relatively low, ie only about 0.9%. Nevertheless, people are suggested to be always vigilant because the rapid spread of this virus. "It's better than the handling of prevention efforts," he said.

Some forms of prevention efforts that can be performed among others with giving routine vaccinations 3-4 times a year to the poultry, pengandangan [driving a vehicle] animals, disinfection, and the application of biosecurity.

Spraying Disinfectants

To act otherwise handling of infected poultry, in addition to the destruction there were also some other steps. Among the more routine spraying of disinfectants. In addition, farmers are also advised to immediately isolate and impound birds that are still healthy with a view that is not contagious.

"Actually the most effective is by way of destruction, because if left alive will remain at risk even spread to other livestock can infect humans," explained Suparjo. But so far, he said, in the Waterford area have never found cases of bird flu infections in humans.

Of all the infected poultry, mostly chickens that are free and uncontrolled that maintenance is done (not cooped up). Another factor influencing the handling of poultry carcasses that are wrong.

Disclosed by it, as long as this is still quite often found in society, carcasses of dead poultry from bird flu just dumped in the environment or river. Though these carcasses should be burned first, and then buried tightly in the soil so that there is no possibility of virus spread to other places. (J1-69)

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Requested Data Disnak Prone Point Bird Flu

LOMPOE - Animal Husbandry Department claims that mention the death of a number of poultry in the village Timurama Lompoe Housing Complex, as the outbreak (Unusual Conditions) in the case of a bird flu outbreak again deemed too early.

Many circles., Especially farmers who have requested that before deciding the status of outbreaks, Disnak prior to data collection in all the points that are considered vulnerable to bird flu. Although the Department had destroyed PKPK birds are judged positively infected by avian influenza, continued efforts related to the spread of the virus (HINI) remains to be done.

P2PL Field Health Office, through the Staff Wasor, Hj Nating admits she still plans to enter into a visit to the site of several avian bird flu outbreaks in the region Timurama. "We will visit residential complexes Timurama and coordinated with the health center for socializing Lompoe environmental health and sanitation," Hj Nating said. He recommended, so that housing residents who keep poultry in the region, immediately place the bird cage rather far apart from the housing area. The goal, the virus does not easily spread to surrounding residents. In the near future, the institute will conduct health education related to the deadly virus outbreak back easily transmitted to humans. (Fen)

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Bird Flu Spreads in 3rd District

Thursday, July 22 2010 09:40:22 Print version Send-send

Even its spread not only in one spot only, but already there in three different districts, namely New Bandung District Kabawetan Village, Taba Village Karai sating dam, and the latest in District Kepahiang Kuto Rejo village.

This case must be the concern of society to remain vigilant on the spread of the virus so quickly. This morning I want to fit into the office, at home five male chickens died suddenly.

It turns out that my neighbor is also experienced sudden dead chicken three tails, I at once grave,''until Marwan, the council secretariat staff who live in the Village Kuto Kepahiang Rejo.

No different with Marwan, Yopa Taba sating even telling residents that the last of his chickens yesterday morning by 7 tails also experienced the same event. Even before 15 of his chickens were dead tail.

However Yopa more fortunate, because yesterday afternoon veterinary medical team from the Animal Husbandry Department has been spraying around the animal cages, despite all those dead chickens was confirmed bird flu virus.

Meanwhile the head of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Kepahiang, Ir Ramlan A Gani appealed to the community continues to play an active role to tell it where to find chicken or other poultry died suddenly.

Especially with the special features on the comb and wattle blue look at death. In addition, steps can be done by the community if the birds died suddenly go Ramlan is to bury or burn these birds, not in a way to let or dispose of or away the dead birds into a river.

If there is any livestock or poultry that died suddenly, let us know immediately so that treatment can be carried out step, mininal anti-virus by spraying.

Other steps in anticipation of the widespread avian influenza virus, residents can bury or burn the dead livestock suddenly, do not be left lying or discarded carelessly. Moreover, until discharged into the river, because the virus can survive in cold temperatures,''until Ramlan.

Caution Board

Widespread outbreaks of bird flu spreading in Kepahiang today, got the spotlight and attention of legislators, especially from the Commission Kepahiang II.

One of its member states Neti Herawati yesterday, today the Commission II will be called the Department of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries in order to ask the extent to which the handling of cases of bird flu that can also be transmitted to humans are.

Even today also planned for the Second Commission will hold a joint field visit of Animal Husbandry Department. Of course we are concerned with current conditions, what hope do we know about this bird flu virus does not only attack the birds, but also to humans, so we want to know how far the Animal Husbandry Department related to the handling of bird flu rampant in this Kepahiang.

Tomorrow we call the head of his service, and we will take directly to the field,''until Neti Herawati, these women politicians PDIP, yesterday. (948)



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REPORT CASE OF AVIAN INFLUENZA
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From dbg:

REPORT CASE OF AVIAN INFLUENZA

Throughout June 2010 there is one additional positive cases of bird flu (H5N1), on behalf of PA (F, 13 years), Central Java resident based on the results of Laboratory Research and Development Agency.

PA (F, 13 years) is a junior high student from Sukoharjo, onset of illness on June 16, 2010 with symptoms of fever, cough, and headache. Two days later, the patient went to the doctor private practice. It is not yet healed, dated June 21, 2010 patients examined at the Health Center and then referred to hospital in Sukoharjo.

During two days in hospital, PA continue to experience high fever, nausea and vomiting. Dated June 23, 2010, PA referred to Muwardi hospital in Solo. In this Muwardi Hospital, patients diagnosed with suspected bird flu. PA was treated in the isolation room, and take nose and throat swab specimens. However, the patient's condition continued to deteriorate with symptoms of severe pneumonia. A day later, PA died.

Based on the results of surveillance, it is known a week before the illness (June 2010), there is a PA family owned chickens dead and dumped in the back of the house by the father of the patient.

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CONSOLIDATED CASE OF AVIAN INFLUENZA
CONSOLIDATED CASE OF AVIAN INFLUENZA

by Editor 7/22/2010. 02:10

Throughout June 2010 there is one additional positive cases of bird flu (H5N1), on behalf of the PA (P, 13 years), Central Java residents based on the results of Laboratory Research and Development Agency.

PA (P, 13 years) is a junior high student from Sukoharjo, onset of illness on June 16, 2010 with symptoms of fever, cough, and headache. Two days later, the patient went to the doctor private practice. It is not yet healed, dated June 21, 2010 patients examined at the Health Center and then referred to hospitals in Sukoharjo.

During two days in hospital, the PA continue to experience high fever, nausea and vomiting. Dated June 23, 2010, PA Muwardi referred to hospitals in Solo. In this Muwardi Hospital, patients diagnosed with suspected bird flu. PA was treated in isolation rooms, and taken the nose and throat swab specimens. However, the patient's condition continued to deteriorate with severe pneumonia symptoms. A day later, the PA died.

Based on the results of surveillance, it is known a week before the illness (June 2010), there is a family owned PA chickens dead and dumped in the back of the house by the father of the patient

This information is published by the Center for Public Communication, Secretariat General of the Ministry of Health officials. For further information please contact via telephone numbers: 021-52907416-9, fax: 52921669, Call Center: 021-6506568, 021-500567, 30413700, or e-mail address: info@infeksi.com, puskom.publik @ yahoo . co.id, info@puskom.depkes.go.id, kontak@puskom.depkes.go.id

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Sukoharjo, Central Java ::: A 14-year-old girl dies of bird flu H5N1
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« Sukoharjo, Central Java ::: A 14-year-old girl dies of bird flu H5N1
Sukoharjo, Central Java ::: A girl dies of bird flu (MOH report)

Posted by Ida on July 23, 2010

An official announcement from Ministry of Health about Sukoharjo girl H5N1 victim. This report mentioned patient, named PA, a 13 years old girl, not as 14 years old girl. Onset of illnes was on June 2010. (adm).

Throughout June 2010, an additional positive cases of bird flu (H5N1) confirmed by National Institute of Health Research and Development (NIHRD) Laboratory (formerly known as Health Research and Development Laboratory or Litbangkes-adm).

Patient with initial PA - a 13 year-old junior high school girl from Sukoharjo, Central Java - started to develop illness on June 16 with symptoms of fever, cough, and headache. Two days later, the patient sought medical help to the private clinic. Since the illness was continuing, patient was admitted to a health center on June 21, and from there referred to a hospital in Sukoharjo.
During two days hospitalization, PA continued to have high fever, nausea and vomiting. She was then referred to Muwardi hospital in Solo on June 23, where she was suspected to contract bird flu H5N1 infection.  Patient was then isolated. Hospital had collected nose and throat swab samples for further examination.

However, patient's condition worsened with symptom of severe pneumonia. She died on the next day.

According to family, PA had contact with dead chickens in her house.

This information is published by the Center for Public Communication, Secretariat General of the Ministry of Health RI. For further information, contact via phone: 021-52907416-9, fax: 52921669, Call Center: 021-500567, 30413700, or e-mail address:
puskom.publik@yahoo.co.id, info@depkes.go.id, kontak@depkes.go.

Source: Center for Public Communication, Secretariat General of the Ministry of Health RI.  http://www.depkes.go.id/index....

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Indonesia reports bird flu fatality
17:05, July 23, 2010  

A 13-year-old Indonesian girl has died of bird flu in Central Java province of Indonesia, bringing the death toll to 138, spokesperson of Health Ministry said here Friday, as the outbreak has declined recently.

The girl died on June 24, after being treated at a hospital in the province, the spokesperson said.

"Laboratory tests showed that the girl was positively infected by avian flu," Tri Tarayati told Xinhua by phone.

The confirmation brought the total case of avian influenza to 167 in Indonesia, she said.

It is not clear whether the girl has had contact with poultry, which had been the common cause of the H5N1 death in the archipelago country. But one week before the girl suffered from the illness her family's chickens died and the bodies were thrown away at the back yard of her house, said Tarayati.

The girl first showed the symptoms of the disease on June 14 as she had fever, cough and headache, she said.

On June 21 she was treated at a hospital and suffered high fever for two days and then she was shifted to another hospital two days later, the spokesperson said.

Source: Xinhua

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13-Year-Old Patient
Another Story on 13-Year-Old
July 24, 2010
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The Ministry of Health of Indonesia has announced a new case of human infection of H5N1 avian influenza. A 13-year-old female from Sukoharjo District, Central Java Province developed symptoms on 16 Jun 2010, was hospitalized on 21 Jun 2010 and died on 24 Jun 2010. Laboratory tests were positive for influenza (H5N1) virus infection. Investigations into the source of her infection indicate poultry deaths, in the neighbourhood, one week before onset of the patient's symptoms. Of the 167 cases confirmed to date in Indonesia, 138 have been fatal.  

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New fatality suspected of bird flu

One of these articles says the suspect patient is a daughter and the other says the suspect is a son. Tragically, the child has died.

http://www.tribunpontianak.co.id/read/artikel/14598/wingki-suspect-flu-burung

July 26, 2010

Wingki Suspect Bird Flu

PONTIANAK, Tribune - Wingki (5.7) lying weak in isolation ward of bird flu dr Soedarso, Saturday (24 / 7). The first daughter of Ignatius (26) and Rachael (24), this should get intensive treatment because of cough, high fever and shortness of breath.

 

Previously, had been treated at health centers Wingki Takong. Pontianak regency on Friday (23 / 7). By local medical officers, were referred to hospitals Rubini Wingki Mempawah on the same day.

 

I do not know why, Wingki was referred back to St. Anthony Hospital. A day care at St. Anthony Hospital, Saturday (24 / 7) Wingki Soedarso again referred to the District Hospital and treated in the isolation room.

 

In a letter of referral from health centers indicated Takong parents, carrying Wingki suffering from fever, cough, breathlessness and pesedou membra (No translation). Ratna stated her daughter complained of sore throat, cough with fever during the past week.

 

This was also justified by Ignatius. Asked if he maintains there are poultry or poultry that died suddenly in large quantities in their homes, Ignatius does not fully justify.

 

"At home there is no pet chicken. There are neighbors who care for. In the village is common if the chicken died. But not too often and the demise of what I know from eating poison given ketanaman (no translation) to repel pests in rice," said Ignatius.

 

According medical officials claimed his daughter had blood samples taken for examination. Tuesday next week, a new blood sample examination results can be known.

 

Source: Tribun Pontianak Print | HDI

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Patient Suspect Bird Flu Deaths in Pontianak

Sunday, July 25

Pontianak (ANTARA) - Wingky (5) Toho Pontianak District residents, the patient suspect bird flu had finally died after several hours being treated at the General Hospital of Soedarso Pontianak, West Kalimantan Province.

"My son breathed his last, Saturday afternoon (24 / 7) at around 17:00 pm," said Rachael (27), mother of the victim in Pontianak, Sunday.

He said his son had a fever a week over high heat. "At first we thought my child have a fever so common that only brought to the nearest health center in the Toho, because nothing changes, eventually taken to the Regional General Hospital in Mempawah Rubini, Pontianak Regency.

Then the hospital, again referring to the treatment of their children to St. Anthony Hospital, Pontiac.

"After a day of treatment at St. Anthony Hospital, then my child was referred back to Soedarso for treatment of bird flu isolation room," he said.

According to the victim's mother, her child has a fever, cough, shortness of breath and high fever, complained of sore throat and cough accompanied by fever.

Rachael added, the hospital has also Soedarso son took blood samples, for laboratory testing, to determine if the bird flu disease or negative, that the result can be known, one week ahead.

In the last two months, a total of six patients with unexpected children's bird flu that has been in care by hospitals Soedarso from the results of laboratory tests on blood samples declared negative.

One month ago, tens of fighting cocks (cock fighting) belonging to residents of Kampung In the Eastern District of Pontiac died suddenly. Saw it happen and Animal Health Animal Husbandry Department to take action to eradicate Kalbar (acronym for West Kalimatan Province) chickens in the area.

Previously, Head of Department of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Health Abdul Manaf Mustafa Kalbar, from 40 blood samples tested were 32 blood samples that the results are ND (newcastle diseaseganas) and the remaining eight positive samples of bird flu.

"Results of laboratory tests that I received Monday (21 / 6). Until now, prevention is still done by destroying infected birds suspected of avian influenza virus and spraying disinfectant," he said.

Until this story down, none of the hospitals Soedarso want to give information related to the death of one bird flu patient is unpredictable.

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Sunday, July 25, 2010

Sign in patients suspect bird flu Soedarso Sign in Patients suspect bird flu Soedarso

Again, the patient suspect bird flu dirusuk to dr. Again, the patient suspect bird flu dirusuk to dr. Soedarso, Saturday (24 / 7). Soedarso, Saturday (24 / 7). Is Silvania Winky, the boy six years Toho Village residents Takong Pontianak regency. Is Silvania Winky, the boy six years Toho Village residents Takong Pontianak regency.

He connects a list of unexpected patients (suspected) virus at the level of A in a state hospital designated as a place rusukan bird flu and swine flu



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Commission Fate Unclear
July 26, 2010, Dina Indrasafitri
http://www.thejakartapost.com/...
Jakarta:  The formation of a national-level commission to tackle animal-borne diseases that pose deadly threats to humans is still under discussion while across the country, multiple cases of bird flu continue to be reported.

"There are several views: Some believe a national commission is needed, while others feel a working group is enough," Rita Kusriastuti, the director general of zoonotic diseases at the Health Ministry, said Sunday.

March marked the end of the working term for the National Commission for Bird Flu Control and Pandemic Influenza Preparedness (Komnas FBPI), after four years of avian flu prevention and awareness campaigns.  The year the commission was formed, more than 40 people died from the disease.  While the number of those infected in 2010 is significantly smaller, several new cases have popped up in various parts of Indonesia.
The latest victim was a 13-year-old resident of Central Java.

The Health Ministry said the victim started experiencing flu-like synptoms on June 16 and was admitted to a hospital in Sukoharjo on June 21 before being referred to another hospital in Surakarta, also in Central Java, two days later.  The patient died a day after moving to the second hospital.  Just weeks earlier, the ministry recorded another death from avian flu. The H5N1 virus, known to cause the disease, struck in the country's capital, Jakarta, and killed a 34-year-old resident.

On Sunday, Antara news agency reported that more than 70 chickens in six villages in Bengkulu province had died in the last two months from avian flu. The coordinator for Bengkulu's avian flu monitoring center, Emran Kuswadi, blamed the chickens' sudden death on the virus. The carcasses were buried and the cages burned.  Deputy Agriculture Minister Bayu Krisna Murthi said the sporadic cases were still miniscule compared to the outbreaks five to six years ago, when the number of cases reached 300,000.

"The [H5N1] virus is still around. The key is that we are controlling its spread," he said.
However, he warned that the avian flu monitoring and management bodies in the regions might be powerless to handle outbreaks on the scale of the ones a few years ago.  "We are prepared for the current situation, but should a major outbreak occur, we must be better prepared. Therefore, a national commission is needed," Bayu, who chaired the Komnas FBPI, said.

The Agriculture Ministry said that in 2008, there were at least 1 billion domesticated chickens in the country. This does not include other poultry such as quail and ducks, which are also capable of spreading the virus.  Bayu declined to comment on the stalled formation of the Zoonosis Commission.  Indroyono Susilo, the secretary to the Coordinating Public Welfare Ministry, which is in charge of the formation of the commission, also declined to comment on the delay.  The Health Ministry said 167 cases of avian flu were recorded in the country, 138 of them fatal.



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Five-Year-Old Bird Flu Suspect
July 26, 2010, http://www.tribunpontianak.co....
Pontianak:  Wingki (5.7) is lying weak in the bird flu isolation ward of dr Soedarso, Saturday (24 / 7).  The first daughter of Ignatius (26) and Rachael (24), she is receiving intensive treatment because of cough, high fever and shortness of breath.   Previously Wingki had been treated at Takong health center, Pontianak regency on Friday (23 / 7). Local medical officers referred Wingki to hospitals Rubini Mempawah on the same day.

"I do not know why, Wingki was referred back to St. Anthony Hospital.  A day care at St. Anthony Hospital, Saturday (24 / 7) Soedarso again referred Wingki to the District Hospital and she was treated in the isolation room."

A letter of referral from Takong health center indicated that Wingki, carried by her  parents, was suffering from fever, cough, breathlessness and organ pain.  Ratna stated that her daughter complained of sore throat, cough with fever during the past week.
This was also confirmed by Ignatius.  Asked if he maintains poultry or if poultry had died suddenly in large quantities in their homes, Ignatius does not fully confirm.

"At home there are no pet chickens.  There are neighbors who care for some.  In the village, it is common if chickens die.  But it is not too often and I know some die the from eating poison given to repel pests in rice," said Ignatius.

According to medical officers, he claimed his daughter had blood samples taken for examination.  By Tuesday next week, a new blood sample examination results can be known.


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Pontianak, West Kalimantan ::: A girl possibly dies of bird flu
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Pontianak, West Kalimantan ::: A girl possibly dies of bird flu

Posted by Ida on July 26, 2010

Pontianak - A 5-year-old girl from Toho, Kabupaten Pontianak, died after being treated for few hours in Soedarso regional hospital, Pontianak, West Kalimantan. The girl is suspected of having bird flu H5N1 infection.

Wingky's mother, Ratna, said her daughter died on Saturday evening (24/7) in Soedarso hospital. Wingky had been having high fever for a week before and then admitted to a public health center in Toho. Because illness continued, Wingky was then transferred to Rubini regional hospital in Mempawah, Kabupaten Pontianak. Later the hospital referred the girl to Santo Antonius hospital in Pontianak.

"After a day treated in Santo Antonius hospital, my daughter was then referred to Soedarso hospital and isolated as bird flu suspect patient," Ratna added.

Ratna mentioned her daughter showed symptoms such as fever, coughing, breathing difficulty, and sore throat. Soedarso hospital had collected patient's blood sample to be tested for H5N1.

Within last two months, six children have been treated as bird flu suspect patient in Soedarso hospital. All of them were tested negative.

It is unclear whether Wingky had any contact with birds, because the family doesn't rear any birds. However, patient's parents said many chicken deaths were found in their neighborhood.

Source:

Indonesia local newspaper, Tribun Pontianak,

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Bird Flu Outbreak Alert Singkawang
Tribunnews.com - Tuesday, June 22, 2010 14:25 AM
Tribune correspondent reports Pontianak, Jamadin

TRIBUNNEWS.COM, Singkawang - Death of a sudden hundreds of chickens in the city of Pontianak, some time ago to make neighboring areas, Singkawang waspada.Kepala Department of Agriculture and Forestry Singkawang, Agus Priyatno active request to report it, if you find a similar occurrence.

"Overcoming the bird flu outbreak can not just rely on the service. The role of active community is essential," said Agus to the Tribune, in building Sun Moon, Tuesday (22/6/10).

Emphasized, in large numbers in and out of poultry in large numbers to the city, must be pocketed veterinarian recommendation, which states that birds healthy.

"But if the number of small, troublesome. We're not haphazardly put the chicken from the outside," said Agus.

Editor: anita_k_wardhani
Source: Tribun Pontianak

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A blog post
From dbg:

[This is from a blog; a lot of the words were text-message-like abbreviations, and didn't translate. I don't know where the blogger lives.]

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Monday, July 26, 2010
H1N1 Is Here Again!

this monday morning i went to KPJ shah alam to visit kila. she's admitted due to super duper high fever (45 degrees celsius!) omg! [Since 45C = 113F, this could be a typo, or a mistake, or an exageration, or something I don't even want to think about.]

after few hours we received a very bad news. kila is now positive H1N1. ya Allah. can u just imagine that i had just visiting her! den all my classmates very fast go the health centre uitm in the hope that could injection. but unfortunately die tell amik mask je.. damn betol. den we proceed to the health clinic that free 2 punn dh xde vaksin. go to the clinic medivron then xde. at last all returns the house and tomorrow go to PK again.

That is fibrous him now y PK the time nk kasi the vaccine in fact kitorg sume Ade the potential nk could H1N1 jgk?! Be ready the bass partnership goes zoo sume omg. very restless!

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Bird flu in Pontianak and Bengkulu
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Distanak - Health Open AI post

Mempawah, Tribune - Department of Agriculture and Livestock (Distanak) and Public Health (Health) Pontianak District, establishing a public complaints when the posts to find suspected cases of bird flu.

Head Distanak, drh Buntaran say, post it in anticipation of the discovery of bird flu suspected in Pontianak. No posts that could be reached was 691 016.

While head of Pontianak District Health Office, Dr Hj Armini said the posts in the Health Office to receive complaints, especially if there are residents who have found signs of bird flu patients.

"If you are experiencing symptoms of coughs colds with fever and shortness of breath, please mortar to us, he said Thursday (1 / 7). Dinkes posts contact numbers that can be reached 08,125,618,225.

Report: M Arief Purnomo | Editor: Dian Lestari

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Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 at 11:54:00
Bird Flu Attack Pontianak and Bengkulu

PONTIANAK - A suspect bird flu, Wingky (5 years), died in hospital Soedarso Pontianak, West Kalimantan, on Saturday afternoon (24 / 7). "My son breathed his last at around 17:00 pm," said Rachael (27), mother Wingky, in Pontianak, on Sunday (25 / 7).

Rachael said her son had a week of high heat with shortness of breath, cough, and sore throat. Initially, she thought her child ordinary fever, so that only brought to the clinic in the area of Soho, Pontianak Regency. Then, to hospitals Rubini, St. Antonius Hospital, and Hospital Soedarso. In the last RS, Wingky treated in the isolation room.

Last two months, six patients with unexpected child bird flu Soedarso treated in hospitals. But, from the results of laboratory tests on blood samples, the results were negative. Wingky blood sample test will be known next week's new.

Suspicion of bird flu sticking when dozens of chickens in Kampung Dalam, Kec Pontiac, died suddenly, last month. Animal Husbandry Department Kalbar examination results, 32 blood samples containing  newcastle disease and eight positive samples of bird flu.

Avian influenza also infects dozens of pet chickens in six villages in Kepahyang district, Lampung Province. At least 75 chickens had died. between, ed: run

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Prevent Bird Flu Chicken vaccinated Hundreds

Monday, 26 July 2010
Prabumulih (SI) - Agriculture, Plantation, Forestry, Fisheries and Animal Husbandry (PPKPP) Prabumulih yesterday to give the vaccine to hundreds of chickens owned by residents Pangkul V, Village Cambai.

These measures were taken to anticipate the transmission of avian influenza virus (H5N1) to other chickens. "We gave the vaccine to chickens owned by residents, there is a small portion who rejected his chicken vaccinated, because they think the activities of this vaccine free of charge. Luckily, the head of the hamlet can provide understanding to the citizens to memvaksin chicken, "said Chief Animal Husbandry Department PPKPP subfield drh Gustina Nora. From the information obtained, so far no bird flu virus that infects humans.

Chickens owned by residents who died from bird flu a few days ago some of the existing buried and killed by war dibakar.Terkait-ga number of chickens that died, there were no citizens who asked for compensation. Meanwhile, the head of V Suyatma Hamlet says, are now around 250 of chickens vaccinated. However, that number will continue to grow because not ditotal all. "Right now in V Pangkul Village chickens affected by bird flu which is owned by 18 farmers with a total of 125 chickens dead chickens," he said. Chief Medical Officer Dr H Iwan Hasibuan said the case of bird flu is not transmitted to the citizens.

"Until today (yesterday) there was no indication of people who are affected, either based on the report or the findings of health workers," he said. (Sidratul muntaha)

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Bird Flu Suspect Wingky Dies
July 27, 2010
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Pontianak:  A bird flu suspect, Wingky (5 years), died in Soedarso Hospital,  Pontianak, West Kalimantan, on Saturday afternoon (24 / 7).

"My son breathed his last at around 17:00 pm," said Rachael (27), the mother of Wingky, in Pontianak, on Sunday (25/7).

Rachael said her son had a week of high fever with shortness of breath, coughing, and sore throat.  Initially, she thought her child had an ordinary fever, so that he was only brought to the clinic in the area of Soho, Pontianak Regency, then to hospitals Rubini, St. Antonius Hospital, and Hospital Soedarso.  In the last RS, Wingky was treated in the isolation room.  In the last two months, six child patients with suspected bird flu were treated in Soedarso hospitals.  But from the results of laboratory tests on blood samples, the results were negative.  Wingky's blood sample test will be known next week.
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2r-Year-Old Female Dies of Bird Flu
July 28, 2010
http://www.berita2.com/daerah/...
Padang:  A female river sand-carrier worker, Yenpa Yanti (24 years), in Kampung Sawah Taratak Mudiak, Muaro Kalaban, Sawalunto City, West Sumatra, has died. Based on the analysis of the media department of M Djamil Padang, the victim died from suspected bird flu.   It is believed the victim's parent, Rosmaniar (60 years), who said his daughter before falling ill, had contact with a fowl species of native chickens.   Because at home, her daughter was treating these birds.

"However, our chicken was treated before, and after contact with the deceased, no one died suddenly or has fallen ill," explained Rosmaniar, with tears, when asked at the M Djamil hospital in Padang, on Wednesday (28 / 7/2010).

It is said that Ros, who was not convinced that his daughter died from the H5N1 virus, said that the victim before being taken to Dr M Djamil Padang, was attacked July 22 with a high fever.

"I'm not sure that my child died of bird flu, because the facts do not have the field characteristics of bird flu.  Before being treated, she had a high fever and her right leg was cold as ice," he said.

Seeing her condition, Yenpa was rushed to hospital Sawahlunto, but the local hospital, requested the family bring the victim into the field.

"Because they were unable to overcome Yenpa who was experiencing fever, so we were referred to the M Djamil hospital in Padang," he said.

Even the Sawahlunto Hospital also suspected that the victim suffered from suspect bird flu.  In (24 / 7), Rosmaniar said he brought his daughter into the field.  And Yenpa, the same day, went straight into the isolation room Dr M Djamil Padang.

"However, her life could not be helped, she had her last breath on Wednesday morning. The death of the deceased, said the doctors who handled our child, is due to suspect bird flu," he said.

Meanwhile, the official Dr M Djamil Padang, admitted that the victim was suffering from bird flu suspect.

"Based on the results of medical examinations which we did, the victim was indeed suffering from suspect bird flu," said Director of Medical Services Dr M Djamil Padang, Irayanti.

Ira explained that patients who are suspect bird flu victims, had characteristics such as fever (heat) up to 38 degrees Celsius, shortness of breath, added that data revealed the presence of infection in the lungs of victims.

"The parents of the victim also admitted that their daughter had no contact with poultry species pet chickens," he explained.

Based on data from Dr M Jdamil Padang, Ira said that during the year 2010, in the city of Padang, Yenpa was the bird flu patient who died.



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New suspect AI fatality in Padang

http://www.padangmedia.com/?mod=berita&id=62803

4 DAYS IN TREATED M. Djamil Hospital

Patient Suspect Bird Flu Deaths

Wednesday, 07/28/2010 17:02 pm

padangmedia.com - PADANG - suspect bird flu patient who was treated at the hospital named Yenpayanti M Djamil Padang (24) died and was immediately taken to his hometown in Muara Kalaban, Sawahlunto.

This was conveyed by Head of Public Relations Gustafianov RS M Djamil Padang told reporters this afternoon.

Gustafianov said the patient had died at around 6:00 pm after being treated since Saturday, July 24th ago. The patient was treated after it was treated in RSDU Sawahlunto.

Since being treated in hospital M Djamil Padang, the condition of the patient in a state of fever, cough and shortness of breath. He was in intensive care at the third floor installation inpatient hospitals in accordance with fixed procedures susfect bird flu.

"The patient was brought from the hospital and treated Sawahlunto here four days. Her body temperature, cough and shortness of nafaas. The patient was treated in accordance with the procedures for inpatient hospitalization Suspect bird flu patients," he explained.

According Gustafianov, in this year, bird flu susfect patients had been hospitalized M Djamil Padang three people. Of these, two of whom came from Agam regency, and one person comes from Muara Kalaban, Sawahlunto. (Musfah)

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Again, the Patient Suspect Bird Flu Deaths

Headline News / Archipelago / Wednesday, July 28, 2010 22:31 AM

Metrotvnews.com, Kildare: A patient suspect bird flu died at General Hospital Center for Muhammad Djamil, Padang, West Sumatra, Wednesday (28 / 7) morning. His remains were removed from the room Bodies Pemulasaraan hospital this afternoon.

Yanti is Yenpa. According to the Human Resources Director Dr Muhammad Djamil, Ira Yanti, patients treated in the isolation room third floor of the hospital five days later. He admitted that the victims suffered from symptoms similar to patients affected by avian influenza viruses (H5N1, bird flu). Yanti Yenpa experienced cough, shortness of breath, and fever. Yenpa also had suffered from lung infections.

Yenpa is a patient referral Sawahlunto District General Hospital. However, families claimed their children Yenpa not have a history of contact with poultry. Dr Muhammad Djamil parties now await results of blood tests from the Ministry of Health in Jakarta. They were not sure whether or not Yenpa died of bird flu.

Yenpa corpse buried in his hometown plans in Taratak Wetland, Estuary Kalaban, Sawahlunto, about a hundred meters from the city of Padang. During 2010, there were three patients suspect bird flu that had hospitalized at Dr Muhammad Djamil. Two of the Agam regency, another was from Sawahlunto. (*****)

 

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In Padang, the Bird Flu Patient Dies

* Wednesday, July 28, 2010 | 20:30 pm

 

PADANG | Online SURYA - Yenpa Yenti (24), river sand transport workers, residents of Kampung Sawah Taratak Mudiak, Muaro Kalaban, Sawahlunto, West Sumatera (Sumatra), died at the Hospital M Djamil Padang, Wednesday (28/07/2010) At 6:00 pm, allegedly due to bird flu.

Description Yenti collected from parents named Rosmaniar (60), before the victim had no contact with chickens in his house. However, from dozens of pet chickens, no one else gets sick, especially sudden death.

Rosmaniar said, the victim initially had a high fever on July 22, 2010, with features, among others, the body heat but his right foot was cold as ice.

Knowing her child was sick, he took her to the local village health (Mantari, red), but after review it was asked immediately taken to the Regional General Hospital (Hospital) Sawahlunto.

Arriving at the hospital, the victim's family returned confused, because the hospital says not able to overcome the victims experienced fever.

"The hospital Sawahlunto ask us immediately bring the victim to the M Djamil Hospital in Padang, for allegedly suffering from bird flu, we also made the referral," he said.

As a result, was rushed to General Hospital Yenti M Djamil Padang on July 24 last, and immediately put into a special room. "But, life Yenti seemed beyond help, he was our last breath this morning, the doctor said Yenti suspect bird flu," sobbed Rosmaniar, the RSU M Djamil Padang, Wednesday afternoon.

Meanwhile, the Hospital M Djamil Padang admitted if the victim is suspected of bird flu. "The results of medical examination, the victim was suspect (suspected) bird flu," said General Director RSU M Djamil Padang, Irayanti, in Padang, Wednesday.

Data RSU M Djamil Padang, in the year 2010, Yenpa Yenti represents the first diagnosed patient suspect bird flu has died in Padang.

 

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Padang, West Sumatera ::: Bird flu suspect dies

Posted by Ida on July 28, 2010

Padang – A sand miner named Yenpa Yenti (24), resident of Kampung Sawah Taratak Mudiak Muaro Kalaban, Sawah Lunto, West Sumatera, allegedly died of H5N1 infection in M Djamil hospital, Padang, Wednesday (28/7).

Victim’s parent, Rosmaniar (60) described her son started to experience high fever and chill of hand and feet on 22 July.

Next, Rosmaniar brought Yenti to a local health worker, of where she was recommended to bring her son to Sawah Lunto hospital. Because medical team of Sawah Lunto hospital suspected bird flu infection on Yenti, victim was transferred to M Djamil hospital in Padang.

Yenti was admitted to M Djamil hospital on 24 July and placed in special unit until the death on 28 July.

Director of M Djamil hospital, Irayanti said Yenti was suspected of having bird flu infection with symptoms such as fever up to 38 degrees and breathing difficulty. Chest x-ray also showed evidence of lung infection. "According to patient’s parents, he had contact with chickens", added Irayanti.

Yenpa Yenti is first fatal bird flu suspect patient in M Djamil hospital during 2010.

Source: Indonesia local newspaper, Era Baru. http://erabaru.net/nasional/50-jakarta/15899-buruh-pasir-tewas-diduga-flu-

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Citizens attacked: Bird Flu Deaths Sumbar

Wednesday, July 28, 2010 17:49

berita2.com (Padang): A woman worker of river sand-carrying workers, Yenpa Yanti (24 years) in Kampung Sawah Taratak Mudiak, Muaro Kalaban, Sawalunto City, West Sumatra, died. Based on the analysis of the media department of M Djamil Padang, the victim died from bird flu suspect.

It is believed the victim parent, Rosmaniar (60 years), who said her son before falling ill, had been in contact with avian species native chicken. Because at home, his son was treating these birds.

"However, our chicken was treated before and after contact with the deceased, no one died suddenly or had fallen ill," explained Rosmaniar, with beruraikan [berurai: to undo; disperse; come loose; fall apart; confess; explain] tears, when asked at the M Djamil hospital in Padang, on Wednesday (28 / 7 / 2010).

It is said Ros, who was not convinced that her son died from the H5N1 virus, said that the victim before being taken to Dr M Djamil Padang, was attacked July 22 and a high fever.

"I'm not sure my child had died of bird flu, because the facts do not demonstrate field characteristics of bird flu. Before being treated, his high fever and right leg was cold as ice," he said.

Seeing such conditions, Yenpa, was rushed to hospital Sawahlunto, but by the local hospital, the family requested to bring the victim into the field.

"Because they were unable to overcome Yenpa experienced fever, so we referred to the M Djamil hospital in Padang," he said.

Even the hospitals Sawahlunto also suspect if the victim suffers suspect bird flu. In (24 / 7), Rosmaniar said he brought his son into the field. And Yenpa same day, straight into the isolation room Dr M Djamil Padang.

"However, his life could not be helped, he was our last breath on Wednesday morning. Penyembab death of the deceased, said the doctors who handle our child is, say due to suspect bird flu," he said.

Meanwhile, the party Dr M Djamil Padang, admitted that the victim was suffering from bird flu suspect. "Based on the results of medical examinations which we do, the victim was indeed suffering from suspect bird flu," said Director of Medical Services Dr M Djamil Padang, Irayanti.

Ira explained, the characteristics of patients suspect bird flu victim owned, such as fever (heat) up to 38 degrees Celsius, shortness of breath, added rontgent data revealed the presence of infection in the lungs of victims.

"Parents are the victim also admitted that his son had no contact with poultry species pet chicken," he explained.

Based on data from Dr M Jdamil Padang, Ira said, during the year 2010, in the city of Padang, Yenpa, was the first victim of bird flu patient who died. (Aprianto)



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Patient Suspect Bird Flu Deaths in Padang
Thursday, July 29, 2010 00:01 AM

Padang (ANTARA News) - Yenpa Yenti (24), a river of sand transport workers, residents of Kampung Sawah Taratak Mudiak, Muaro Kalaban, Sawahlunto, West Sumatera (Sumatra), died at the Hospital M Djamil, Kildare, Wednesday at 6:00 pm, because of suspected bird flu virus.

According to information collected from parents sacrifice called Rosmaniar (60), previous Yenpa had indeed been in contact with chicken poultry species (chicken, red) at his home.

However, from dozens of pet chickens, not a single one who suffers illness, especially sudden death.

Rosmaniar said, the victim initially had a high fever on July 22, 2010, with traits such as body heat but his right foot was cold as ice.

Knowing her child was sick, she took him to the village health Mantari, but after the health workers asked to be examined Yenpa Sawahlunto rushed to hospitals, Sawahlunto.

Arriving at the hospital, the victim's family returned confused, because the hospital says not able to overcome the fever suffered by the victim.

"The hospital Sawahlunto ask us immediately bring the victim to the M Djamil Hospital in Padang, a strong suspicion of suffering from bird flu suspect, but we have made the referral," he said.

As a result, was rushed to General Hospital Yenpa Yenti M Djamil Padang on July 24 last, and immediately put into a special room.

"But, Yenti lives seem beyond help, he was our last breath of this morning. The doctor said Yenti suspect bird flu," said Rosmania crying in RSU M Djamil Padang, Wednesday afternoon.

Meanwhile, the Hospital M Djamil Padang admitted if the victim was suffering from bird flu virus.

"The results of medical examination, the victim was suspect bird flu," said General Director RSU M Djamil Padang, Irayanti, in Padang, Wednesday.

Victims suffer from fever (heat) up to 38 degrees Celsius, shortness of breath, X-rays revealed the presence of added data on the infection of the lungs victims.

"Parents also recognize that child victims of no contact with poultry pet chicken," he said.

Based on data from M Djamil Hospital in Padang, in the year 2010, Yenpa Yenti represents the first diagnosed patient suspect bird flu has died in Padang. (ANT032/K004)

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The Patient Suspect Bird Flu Died In RS M. Djamil
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The Patient Suspect Bird Flu Died In RS M. Djamil
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A patient suspect bird flu, this afternoon, Wednesday (28/7/2010) died in RS M. Djamil Padang. The patient was named Yenfa Yanti (24 years). He was the resident Muaro Kalaban, Sijunjung Regency [West Sumatra].

According to public relations information RS M. Djamil Gustavianos, the patient began to be treated since last July 24 2010. "Casualties were at once bathed and shrouded. The hospital side reminded the family in order to be not directly touching with casualties," he said.

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Padang Dr Rawat Four Probable AI

Thursday, July 29, 2010 00:52 AM 464 Reads | 2 Comments
PADANG - MI: General Hospital Center M Djamil Padang unexpected treat four patients with avian influenza during the January to late July 2010.

According to the Director General Dr M Djamil Irayanti Padang in Padang, Wednesday (28 / 7) of the patients were suspected of having bird flu symptoms of fever over 38 degrees Celsius, cold cough, shortness of breath, there is direct contact with flu patients who are positive birds.

"Diagnosing while showing acute respiratory infections (ARI), to make sure that we send a blood sample to the center, we give patients antibiotics, ceftriaxone, and antiviral drugs osaltamiver or tamiflu," said Irayanti

He added that the spread of the H5N1 virus can occur in various ways, including mucus poultry, poultry droppings and chicken feed the sick place. "Through the air with a distance of one meter can also be taxable. Karenaitu, I appealed the public to always wash up after contact with poultry," he said.

He said the four suspects bird flu patient hospitalized in Dr M. Djamil Padang, one patient died, namely Yenpa Yenti (24), river sand transport workers, residents of Kampung Sawah Taratak Mudiak, Muaro Kalaban, Sawahlunto, West Sumatra. "The blood samples of patients have been sent to the Agency for Health Research and Development (Balitbangkes) The Ministry of Health and the results can be known a week anymore," he said.

Areas in West Sumatra who otherwise vulnerable bird flu spread among District 50 City, Payakumbuh, Agam regency, Sijunjung, County and City Sawahlunto Dhamasraya. "The county was declared a bird flu endemic because in these areas found many dead birds for avian flu," he said.

In connection with the financing, said Irayanti, patients who fall into special control programs such as bird flu and swine flu, are not charged a penny from the hospital. "For patients who are in special handling, such as avian flu and swine flu, the financing we leave it to the Ministry of Health. So we do not burden the patient nothing," said Irayanti. (Ant/OL-04)

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28/07/2010 20:11 AM
One More Suspect Bird Flu Patient Dies

Musthofa - Padang, Patients who are suspected of being infected AI named Yenpayanti (24) finally died after undergoing treatment at the Hospital M. Djamil, Padang, West Sumatra Province.

Said Head of Public Relations M. RS Djamil, Padang Gustavianof.

Gustavianof said Yenpayanti patients taken straight to his hometown in Kalaban Estuary, Wetland Lunto.

Yenpayanti hospitalized since Saturday (24 / 7) after previously being treated at the City Hospital Lunto Rice. Since being treated in RS M. Djamil, patients in a state of fever, cough and shortness of breath.

Yenpayanti treated incentives in the hospital inpatient wards in accordance with the procedure remains suspect bird flu.

Gustavianof explains, in one of this year, the institute has treated the patient suspect bird flu as many as three people. Of these two patients came from Agam regency, and one patient is from Muara Kalabang, Rice Lunto. (Sik) 2010 12:34:

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Thursday, July 29, 2010, 08:47:00
Anticipation of H5N1, Pemkab Harden Poultry entry

Sintang. Exceptional treatment will be given Pemkab Melawi on poultry that will go into Sintang. This step had to be taken, to anticipate the spread of H5N1 avian influenza on Earth aka Dara Juanti.

Not only that, disseminating this information to monitor the circulation of avian orders. In addition, measures of socialization at the breeders, traders and the public will continue to be done.

This was revealed in a working meeting, all levels of local government environmental agencies in Sintang vertical. Wednesday (28 / 7) yesterday, in a meeting room Sintang Secretary. Meeting chaired Sintang Secretary, Drs A Abdussamad Ismail M. Si was carried out, as one of the follow-up letter dated Governor Kalabar Number 524/3391/Ekbang July 16, 2010, regarding the control of bird flu in West Kalimantan.

"We must take concrete steps in order to anticipate the transmission and spread of this virus. Both transmission in poultry and humans, "said Samad.

Samad explained, are indeed visible at this time to spread from human to human has not yet occurred in West Kalimantan. But this must remain alert, because of transmission from poultry to ungas been very rife. If this lack of attention or handling premature, it is feared the virus is more widespread. Neither form of the spread of fellow poultry, poultry to humans and the most severe transmission from human to human. "We must together sikapi this issue," he asserted.

Samad further explained that these measures will soon be realized in the field and reported to the Governor of West Kalimantan. It also will create a circular letter to all district, sub-agencies and other institutions to participate jointly conducted monitoring.

"We hope the entire community if anyone saw this case can be immediately reported. We are open. Reports can be posted to the Department of Agriculture and Health Department, "he said.

Samad said that good cooperation from the entire community, including traders and chicken farmers, helped the success of this program. Cooperation is needed because, most of the chicken pieces in Sintang, to come from outside. "Society must be vigilant. Moreover, most real Pontiac broiler This virus was detected, "his advice.

However, further Samad, the public does not need to panic. Has instructed the Governor of West Kalimantan Pontianak chicken pieces in order not sent to areas outside of Pontianak, including the Sintang. "We need to be alert, but no need to panic. The important thing is cautious and careful when purchasing and cooking of poultry when will we consume, "he said.

Separately, Chief Medical Officer Sintang, Dr. M. Marcus Gatot Budi P Kes explains, that the H5N1 virus found in chicken meat, the base of the feather meal, chicken manure and egg shells. Chicken or the H5N1 avian virus does not always die. There are also still fresh, but kotoranya contain the bird flu virus.

"That's what the public must be aware. For the egg came from Pontiac, is very susceptible of contracting. But if we have not come from Singkawang Singkawang get information whether or not the bird flu-free, "he explained.

Dealing with problems, Marcus asks, chicken breeders and traders to always clean up trucks and boxes of chicken soap. Because by washing with soap, the H5N1 virus have died. "Most important is cleanliness. This virus can we handle when we shared each other by keeping clean, "he concluded. (Din)
 

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Bird Flu Suspect Patient Dies
July 29, 2010
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Padang:  After four days of treatment in isolation rooms in the disease center Dr M Djamil Padang, the bird flu suspect patient died.  A resident of Sawahtaratak Muarokalaban, Sawahlunto with the initials YY, 24, he became the first suspect bird flu patient who died while undergoing treatment at Dr M Djamil Padang during 2010. Previously two other patients were allowed to go home.  The patient died at around 6:00 pm, Wednesday (28 / 7).   Before getting treatment in isolation rooms in the department of disease at M Djamil Padang, YY had undergone treatment in hospitals Sawahlunto.

But because his condition was not being recovered, the medical team referred him to Dr M Djamil Padang, with suspected bird flu.  So when he got to Dr M Djamil Padang, YY directly received care in isolation rooms.   This room is specifically intended for patients who come with suspected bird flu.  The first day of treatment, Saturday (24 / 7) directly the medical team did some checking, such as blood tests, swab throats and lungs.  For the blood and throat examination conducted at the Ministry of Health Research and Development Department, until recently the medical team at Dr M Djamil Padang is still awaiting the results of these inspections.  While the lung examination was conducted in Dr M Djamil Padang, the results showed the presence of symptoms of bird flu direction.

"The lung X-ray showed the presence of pneumonia in the lungs of YY. Although this leads to the symptoms of bird flu, this should not be used as a guide.  Guides know the positive results, whether it is based on PCR results from the Ministry of Health Research and Development Department," said Director of Medical and Nursing Dr M Djamil Padang, Irayanti, during a press conference yesterday.

So that the organization remains that YY, enforced by default, is not a positive patient bird flu.  As is known, if a patient tested positive, then the corpse was wrapped using plastic.  Meanwhile, when asked, why YY was designated as suspect bird flu although there were no dead birds in the surrounding area, "According Irayanti, it can not be a benchmark.  It could be, around the house there were no birds that died suddenly.  But in the work environment, who knows no birds died suddenly.  Moreover, symptoms which were indicated by YY were similar to the bird flu suspect patient.

Meanwhile Rosmaniar, 53, mother of YY, states that she did not suspect her child would have bird flu.  YY, the fourth child of five brothers, initially only complained about joint pain in his left leg, then he had fever and she brought him to the nearest health center. Directly the health center referred him to hospitals Sawahlunto Dr M Djamil ending at Padang.

"I can give information, if it was caused by bird flu chickens died suddenly. But in our house there are no chickens that died suddenly.  Four chickens are still alive," she said.

However, Ros was a daily river laborer with sand diggers YY, resigned to this calamity. She just hopes her son's funeral process takes place smoothly; it was planned to inter him yesterday afternoon in Silungkang Sawahlunto.  



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Bird Flu Victim Dies
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Bird Flu Victim Dies
Padang | Thu July 29, 2010

YENPA (24 years) river sand transport workers, in Sawah Taratak Mudiak Village [Kampung], Muaro Kalaban, Sawahlunto, West Sumatra, died. From the analysis of the medical department of M Djamil Padang, the victim died due to suspected bird flu. It strengthened the victims parents, Rosmaniar who said her son before had contact with sick chicken. "But our chickens before and after contact with the deceased, there is no sudden death or illness," said Ros still not convinced his child died of the H5N1 virus, Wednesday (28 / 7).

Yenpa before being taken to hospital, was attacked July 22 and a high fever. "Body, heat and other characteristics of the right leg was cold as ice." Seeing such conditions, Yenpa, was rushed to hospital Sawahlunto. By the local hospital, the family requested to bring the victim into the field. Hospital Sawahlunto suspect if the victim suffered from bird flu. In (24 / 7), he brings Yenpa to Padang. On that same day Yenpa entered isolation space RSUP M Djamil, Padang.

"His life can not be helped, he breathed his last Wednesday morning, said the treating doctor, the child we suspect bird flu," said Rosmaniar.

Dr M Djamil Padang admitted if the victim did suffer suspect bird flu. "From the medical examination, the victim's suspect bird flu," said Director of Medical Services Dr M Djamil Padang, Irayanti, Wednesday afternoon.

Patient characteristics, such as fever (heat) up to 38 degrees Celsius, shortness of breath, added rontgent data revealed there was infection in the lungs of victims. "Parents also recognize that child victims of any contact with fowl." Dr M Djamil data from Padang, during 2010, Yenpa, becoming the first suspect bird flu patient dies in Padang.

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I had one article with no new info, but I also posted this, which you may or may not want to post at FW:

The "cold as ice" leg has been bothering me, so I looked around to see if there's a critter bite/sting that could cause pneumonia (without being on a vent).  A scorpion sting may be close enough for jazz.  I doubt we'll ever know the truth, but if the test comes back negative, I won't assume it's a con like I normally do.

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Human poisoning with scorpion venom is frequent and sometimes lethal in tropical and subtropical countries, with pulmonary edema present in a large proportion of the fatal cases. (1)

From: Scorpion venom decreases lung liquid clearance in rats.

Comellas AP, Pesce LM, Azzam Z, Saldías FJ, Sznajder JI.

Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois 60611, USA.

Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2003 Apr 15;167(8):1064-7. Epub 2003 Jan 24.

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From their cite (1) above:

Conclusions-Mild envenomation causes severe vasoconstriction and hypertension. Severe envenomation produces predominant left ventricular dysfunction with normal systemic vascular resistance manifesting as pulmonary oedema or severe hypotension depending on the fluid balance. Shock due to biventricular dysfunction and vasodilatation occurs terminally.

Heart. 1998 May; 79(5): 485-489.            PMCID: PMC1728680

Haemodynamic patterns in patients with scorpion envenomation

D Karnad

Department of Medicine, King Edward VII Memorial Hospital, Parel, Bombay, India.

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M. Jamil Hospital Handle Three patients suspect bird flu
Province | Wednesday, 07/28/2010 21:42 AM

M. Jamil Hospital Handle Three patients suspect bird flu
Padang, (AFP) - During the year 2010, January to July, RS. M. Jamil Padang has handled as many as three patients who otherwise suspect bird flu, and one of them died in hospital. M. Jamil.

Third suspect bird flu patients were from different regions. Ie one person from the District Sawahlunto who died, and two others from the Agam regency, which has been declared free of the deadly virus.

"Until now, M. Jamil Padang Hospital has cared for as many as three people suffering from suspected bird flu, and all of them are from areas that are considered endemic bird flu in Sumatra," said Director of Medical Services and Nursing Hospital, M. Jamil Padang, Ira Yanti on wartwan, Thursday (28 / 7).

Areas in West Sumatra which until now has been stated as a suspected bird flu is trsebut regency, Payakumbuh, Agam regency, Sijunjung, Dhamasraya District, Sawahlunto.

"Blood is expressed as an endemic bird flu because in these areas ditemuai many dead birds serve targeted due to bird flu," he said.

Current information dissemination and has been widely applied in these areas, but there are still people affected by bird flu. Maybe because there are not monitored by the Department of Health. (Eco / Wij)

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Patient's Bird Flu Status is Questioned
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Kildare: After a long silence, the H5N1 virus or bird flu, is heard again. Even a bird flu suspect patient in the Valley, Thursday (29,07,10) yesterday finally dies, after a time to get treatment for five days in hospital Muhammad Jamil Padang. The patient is a patient referral from the Regional Hospital Sawahlunto. Having had time to undergo treatment for five days, finally Eva Yanti, 26 years, has died in hospital Muhammad Jamil Padang. This patient went into Muhammad Jamil Hospital, Padang, with the condition of high fever and shortness of breath. Previously, the patient was treated at the Regional General Hospital Sawahlunto, West Sumatra.

Allegedly, Eva Yanti is a bird flu patient. This conjecture is based on reports from Sawahlunto Regional Hospital, received by the General Hospital of Muhammad Jamil Padang.  However, this allegation is recognized by officials Muhammad Jamil Hospital that still need to be retested.  But allegedly this is doubted by Rosmaniar, the patient's mother. According to Rosmaniar, her child developed symptoms of fever since Thursday last week.  Rosmaniar also acknowledges that they maintain four chickens at home, but the pet chickens are in healthy condition.  Until now, officials at Hospital Muhammad Jamil Padang are still awaiting results of laboratory tests of blood samples of the deceased, that have been sent to Jakarta.  Yet from the physical symptoms that are visible, the patient died because of strong suspicion of bird flu virus.

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Weak Government Coordination Request Soedarso Hospital Case Communicate Findings
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* Weak Government Coordination Request Soedarso Hospital Case Communicate Findings

"Well yes, public concern can, quite appropriate referrals, doctors at the hospital also is working properly, the diagnosis of the tendency of all kinds also have the right, but that is not appropriate administrative channels of communication. We are weaknesses in the communication from the hospital administration, there is bird flu or any flu, there is no communication with the Health, well this should be strengthened, "said Chief Medical Officer (Health) Pontianak, Multi Juto Batarendro.

Communications Multi administration is intended, is associated with correspondence or early notification by hospitals to the Health Soedarso. "It is very important. Because the initial notification is enabled Dinkes to memfollow-ups of symptoms in early disease, "she said.

"For what? this for the benefit of Public Health as a mouthpiece connected to the head area if there is a problem and its handling. If Health is also not informed of the hospital, we could not track down, even though the case is very important findings if known earlier by us, because we had to go to court, "said Multi.

It also, said Multi, closely associated with data collection conducted by a team edimologis survier Pontianak City Health Office, for symptoms of disease, prevention and socialization programs are executed.

"It could be in areas where there is a fever, there are (eg, red) where community affected by this disease and so forth. We will do survier edimologis to obtain research edimologis edimologis and get the data, "he explained.

In response, the Chief of Directorate of Control of Medical Records, Legal, Public Relations and Marketing, Soedarso Hospital, dr. Bariah, Thursday (29 / 7) said the hospital was unable to give statements as soon as possible. According to him, there are processes and procedures.

"All administrative correspondence and can not that fast, there is the process, it must be reported to the ministry went into administration and so forth. There are procedures, not as fast as lightning, "excuse Bariah, when it was confirmed in his office.

And reporting, according Bariah, a procedure that runs in Soedarso Hospital. The hospital will provide a report on the findings of a case per three months.

"There's no way we report one case, we report a single case, not so. We have the recap program once every tri quarter (eg, red) how many cases of bird flu that comes in, "elaknya.

She added such specific findings, such as bird flu cases, Bariah also expect the Health also conducts active and intensive coordination of parties Soedarso Hospital. For example in coordination with the using the phone.

"Actually there is no problem if they want to know as soon as possible, be quick telephone. This was allowed, we also will not shut down, if you want to know Dinkes perkasus case (any) Yes via phone only. If not calling, we want to cook laporin, we're busy with their work, "she said.

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Friday, July 30, 2010, 09:35:00
Inflammation But Not Bird Flu

Mempawah-Pontianak District Health Office Head, Dr Hj MPH Armini said the illnesses suffered by district residents Toho just sore throat. That's not the kind of bird flu virus as it is feared the public. "We're not sure what kind of virus. Definitive diagnosis is still in the lab, "she called together Drh Buntaran, Plt Kadis Tannak after attending the plenary meeting of the Regent's speech about the symptoms I LKPj.Dengan Armini, said his company is prevention by providing immunization and antibiotics to prevent inflammation of the throat to the resident Takong and surrounding areas for free.

"It's not bird flu. But the sore throat, "tegasnya.Drh Bntaran added, if there is no bird flu and the typical affected area of the throat. To anticipate his side has lowered Takong team and its surroundings, in order to check on residents who holds a farm, if anyone has died or others. "In character we are on guard. Karenanaya, urged residents who have cattle, take prompt steps and actions, if they see no abnormalities in cattle immediately reported to the nearest officer, "he advised. Buntaran explicitly mentioned, during this time symptoms of bird flu and swine flu does not exist. Every time there are indications of new developments or, provincial Animal Health Department constantly monitor and falls. Case with Distannak Pontianak regency.

Pontianak regency still empty and lab results are still empty of bird flu or flu symptoms babi.Dia added, before the coming of Ramadan 1431 H, Agriculture and Livestock, also check the stock market and the needs of meat, chicken and eggs in the near future will soon be recorded and expanded supply of rice, vegetables with expectations ahead of the major fast food until Lebaran needs can always be fulfilled.
Buntaran definite mention, the stock of food until late next Lebaran is still sufficient. Rice inventories are still quite adequate. (Ham)  

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Patient Suspect Bird Flu Deaths in Padang
Thursday, July 29th, 2010 00:01 AM | Events | Health | Read 497 times
Padang (ANTARA News) - Yenpa Yenti (24), a river of sand transport workers, residents of Kampung Sawah Taratak Mudiak, Muaro Kalaban, Sawahlunto, West Sumatera (Sumatra), died at the Hospital M Djamil, Kildare, Wednesday at 6:00 pm, because of suspected bird flu virus.

According to information collected from parents sacrifice called Rosmaniar (60), previous Yenpa indeed had contact with poultry types of poultry (chicken, red) at his home.

However, from dozens of pet chickens, not a single one who suffers illness, especially sudden death.

Rosmaniar said, the victim initially had a high fever on July 22, 2010, with traits such as body heat but his right foot was cold as ice.

Knowing her child was sick, she took him to the village health Mantari, but after health officials asked to be checked immediately brought to hospitals Yenpa Sawahlunto, Sawahlunto.

Arriving at the hospital, the victim's family returned confused, since the hospital said was unable to overcome the victims experienced fever.

"The hospital Sawahlunto ask us immediately bring the victim to the M Djamil Hospital in Padang, a strong suspicion of suffering from bird flu suspect, but we have made the referral," he said.

As a result, was rushed to General Hospital Yenpa Yenti M Djamil Padang on July 24 last, and immediately put into a special room.

"But, life Yenti seemed beyond help, he was our last breath this morning. The doctor said Yenti suspect bird flu," said Rosmania crying in RSU M Djamil Padang, Wednesday afternoon.

Meanwhile, the Hospital M Djamil Padang admitted if the victim was suffering from bird flu virus.

"The results of medical examination, the victim was suspect bird flu," said General Director RSU M Djamil Padang, Irayanti, in Padang, Wednesday.

Victims suffer from fever (heat) up to 38 degrees Celsius, shortness of breath, X-rays revealed the presence of added data on the infection of the lungs victims.

"Parents also recognize that child victims of no contact with poultry pet chicken," he said.

Based on data from M Djamil Hospital in Padang, in the year 2010, Yenpa Yenti represents the first diagnosed patient suspect bird flu has died in Padang. (ANT032/K004)

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Prone Extreme Weather Bird Flu
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[Saturday, July 31, 2010]

MADIUN - Weather extremes that occur later in Madiun effect on the spread of the H5N1 virus or bird flu. Humid air makes it easy to spread the disease. The proof, the case of sudden death of chickens back there. This time, occurred at the home of Mrs craftsman Saroso, RT 29 RW 03 Jalan Bali, Madiun Lor, Manguharjo, Madiun.

Craftsman said that his chicken died suddenly in a row for two consecutive days since July 25 last. Previously''not sick, wong chicken cage and still came out healthy,''he said, yesterday (30 / 7).

Still, he's not thinking of his chickens affected by bird flu. She chose to bury the dead chickens. On July 26 last, return the chicken died suddenly. ''I immediately contact the Department of Agriculture, the officer came here to do the test,''he explained.

Rapid test officer was still negative. But, back in the afternoon one chicken died suddenly and after removed for testing, leading to bird flu. ''Wreck of the chicken was burnt and buried. Cage also sprayed disinfectant. I lived a chicken tail,''he said.

Madiun City Health Office Head, Dr. Wardani confirmed U.S. says, the officers immediately went to the home health centers Patihan these residents. In addition to socialization, health centers also enter into epidemiological monitoring for the environment and the owner of the chicken. Monitoring''conducted during 30 days. We continue to monitor developments of this bird flu virus,''he said.

Wardani explains, extreme weather affects the spread of bird flu virus. Supposedly, he said, had entered the dry season in July and the sun's heat can kill the H5N1 virus. Wardani asked residents to be careful against the virus. Citizens must be vigilant'', clean environment and residents must be maintained. Do not get complacent, living healthy behaviors such as hand washing with soap should be done,''he said.

Related availability tamiflu, Wardani said now there is still insufficient. East Java province is ready to add tamiflu if any unusual conditions caused by bird flu. Inventories''tamiflu capsules reached 2570 and that was sufficient. We ask that citizens remain vigilant,''he explained. (Aan / irw)

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Malang Health Express "Avian Singapore" Not Harmful
Malang Health Express "Avian Singapore" Not Harmful

Monday, 2002 Aug 2010 16:14:49
Malang - Chief Medical Officer (Health) Malang, East Java, Dr Enny Sekar Rengganingati, Monday said that the illness "flu-Singapore" is not too dangerous and could be overcome with a healthy lifestyle.

This is stated Enny, related to the Housing Hill Pines residents report that one of her children Tidar disease of this type. "People do not need to worry and fret over this kind of disease because it attacks this pemyakit generally attacks children," said Enny.

He explained that until now have not heard of Malang Dinkes definitely the flu-affected residents of Singapore. "If there, we still need to confirm with a check in the hospital," he said.

He said that, to detect this disease, it is not easy, because the symptoms of 'flu in Singapore "is similar to swine flu or bird flu. Nevertheless, the impact of disease "Avian Singapore" This is attacking the children and not harmful.

Meanwhile, the Health Service of Malang until now not yet have specific measures in the prevention of this disease. Because, Dinkes definitely still have not found evidence of this disease.

Although demikan, he states that citizens can prevent this disease by maintaining their health, ranging from maintaining healthy lifestyles, eating regularly and increase endurance. "Citizens can be overcome by itself, namely by maintaining a healthy lifestyle," he said.

Singapore is a type of flu disease in the world of medicine known as "Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease" (HFMD) or disease Foot, Hand and Mouth (KTM). This disease, contagious and often occur during the summer. "Flu is a disease in Singapore General / ordinary and attacked the children ages two weeks to five years," he said.

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Siti Fadilah Supari: Students Must Armed Nationalism
Students Must Armed Nationalism
Monday, 2002 Aug 2010 20:37:22 GMT | By: Zuhdiar Laeis

AFP - Presidential Advisory Council Member, Siti Fadilah Supari, suggested, students should be given the spirit of nationalism to uphold the four pillars to reach Indonesia's sovereign.

"To achieve sovereignty, necessary to build a mental attitude of patriotism, especially among college students," he said after Leadership Training Student Executive Body (BEM) Diponegoro University, Semarang, in the camp Karanggeneng Gunungpati Semarang in Semarang on Monday.

According to him, the spirit of nationalism contains a persistent attitude and willing to sacrifice.

Both these attitudes, he said, needs to be built in the community, especially the younger generation of students as the successor of the nation.

"There are four pillars that must be upheld, namely, the Unitary Republic of Indonesia (Homeland), Pancasila as the basic state, the Constitution of 1945, and Unity in Diversity," the former Minister of Health that.

He said the fourth pillar is so far not been able to stand upright, because of the ideological crisis that endangers and cause the loss of Indonesian national identity.

"If these four pillars can be enforced, Indonesia will be a great nation," said the author of "Indonesian Time for Change: God's Hand Behind Bird Flu Virus" is.

However, the word woman born in Surakarta, 6 November 1946, to uphold the four pillars that requires cooperation from all levels of society, government, and various other elements.

"The government must issue policies in accordance with the four pillars of the corridor, including the opening of the 1945 Constitution," he said.

If the four pillars that can be upright and government policies in line with the Preamble of the Constitution in 1945, he continued, the vision of Healthy Indonesia 2015 and Indonesia 2010 Free Illiteracy must be achieved.

Associated with planting the spirit of nationalism in the students, he emphasized, students play an important role in the changes that must be inculcated that spirit particularly adamant attitude and willing to sacrifice.

"The attitude has not been widely held by young people, including students. In fact, they are the backbone of the nation and hopes to reach Indonesia's sovereign," said Fadilah Supari. s

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The Report On The Case Of Bird Flu Up Until July 2010
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From dbg:

[Another case we've heard nothing about before this.]

The Report On The Case Of Bird Flu Up Until July 2010

In July 2010 was gotten by the addition of one positive case of bird flu (H5N1) on behalf of YE (F, 34 years) the resident of the Tangerang regency, Banten. The case was reported positive was infected H5N1 was based on results of the Litbangkes Body inspection on July 12 2010.

YE (F, 34 years) a teacher the Senior Secondary School (SMA) private enterprise in the Tangerang Regency on July 2 2010 went to the doctor the practice of private enterprise with the sign of the fever, the cough, and was sick the throat. Because of not yet recovering, 2 days afterwards, the sufferer again went back to private enterprise's doctor and direct referred to the private hospital in the Tangerang city.

While being treated, the sufferer experienced the high fever, had a headache, was sick the throat, the cough, crowded and diarrhoea. While 3 days were treated, the YE condition continued to worsen. Moreover on July 7 2010 crowded him was increasingly heavy. Results x-rayed showed the existence of difficult pneumonia. YE was afterwards treated in ICU space (intensive care unit) as well as was taken the specimen wiped off the throat and the nose. The sufferer died on that day also around struck 13,34 WIB.

The risk factor still could not be ascertained. But was received by information, ten days before was sick (in June 2010) the sufferer carried out the trip to Banda Lampung.

The director general of the Control of the Illness and Sanitation of Lingkungan Prof. Dr. Tjandra Yoga Aditama as focal point IHR (International Health Regulation) informed also about this case to WHO.

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The Control Of Bird Flu With The Infectious Diseases Fund [South Sumatra]
Sriwijaya Post - on Monday, August 2 2010 16:52 WIB

Prabumulih. - The alert status of bird flu in the Prabumulih City was not accompanied by the special budget for his control. Results, the official's action in the field in eradicating Bird Flu not all that and only relied on the extermination.

That was acknowledged by Section Head Agriculture Livestock Forestry Plantation and Fishery (PPKPP) Prabumulih, Ir Soegiyono, on Tuesday (2/8 ). According to Soegiyono, his side experienced the hindrance to minimise the spread of the virus H5N1 to humankind since last June. FAO help took the form of equipment as well as the medicine for the extermination endemi bird flu was finished.

As a result, in the last bird flu attack in the Pangkul V Village [desa], his side had difficulty destroying the spread of the virus from the poultry to the poultry and from the poultry to humankind. All the facility has from FAO that remained been finished. His side was forced to ask for help of facilities from the South Sumatra Provincial Government and the government of the centre.

"We put forward to be budgeted for in the Budget of the Addition (ABT) but was refused because of being finished," he said.

For covered that, his side was forced to use the budget for the purchase of infectious diseases medicine that was available. This fund possibly still not all that because for the purchase of the implement as well as the medicine in the case of bird flu at the very least need the budget Rp 150 million.

The other trick that was used that is routinely socialize the control of bird flu to the community. In this way, his side no longer need to dismiss the budget because of the community personally that will destroy the poultries.

"Because only with the extermination of the poultry virus not spread to humankind," he said added.

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CHILD Cimahi educated SUPPLY AND HEALTHY LIVING
This article mentions an Indonesian cultural practice that I was not aware of. I'm surprised that this hasn't been mentioned in more articles on prevention of infectious diseases.

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Cimahi, 3 / 8 (AFP) - A total of 1333 children in the city of Cimahi, West Java, following the movements of washing hands and brushing teeth in the garden city level Cimahi people Cimahi municipal government complex.

Head of Public Services Public Health Service Cimahi dr Pratiwi, say, activities that many of these children attended in order to improve hygiene and sanitary (PHBS) for children in schools so that they are accustomed menjani Cimahi activity is based on clean and healthy lifestyle .

"In addition to hand-washing movements and brush my teeth in even this event is given vitamin A capsules and receiving assistance from Chitose chair one of the company's leading toothpaste and soap," said Pratiwi moment met reporters on Tuesday.

He also explained that washing hands with water alone, was not enough to protect someone from germs that stick in hand.

Especially if hand washing is not under running water. Good habits that in contrast to the culture of Indonesian people who use a bowl of water or a finger bowl for washing hands before eating. There is even a single finger bowl is used for 3-4 people.

Sharing the same finger bowl to share germs. This habit should be abandoned because it is unhealthy. Benefits of a clean and healthy lifestyle alone could prevent someone from diarrheal disease, bird flu and other diseases.

In addition, to increase knowledge, awareness, willingness and ability of communities to clean and healthy life, as well as improving the active participation of society including the private sector and business world in an effort to achieve optimal health status, he said.

According to him, clean and healthy lifestyle indicators include indicators of household order, educational institutions, health facilities, public places and workplaces.

Movement of hand washing with soap is done as part of government policies to control risks associated with environmental illnesses such as diarrhea, intestinal worms and typhoid disease can actually be prevented by the habit of defecating in latrines, water supply and the habit of washing hands with soap after exhaust defecation and before touching food.

Meanwhile, the mayor of Cimahi Itoc Tochija reveal if the movement of washing hands and brushing teeth is an annual event which was initiated by the City Government Cimahi in collaboration with Unilever. The target is to have children before eating clean and healthy lifestyle, out of the toilet and before bed.

"With this event we have already observed an increase in the community clean and healthy lifestyle. What had been less attention to healthy and clean lifestyle is now becoming more aware again," explained Itoc.

While the reasons for the many children who are involved in the event, according Itoc it solely because the child's interpretation of the two effects will be used to perform clean and healthy lifestyle and can affect both parents at home .*** 3 ***  

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Signs of Singapore Flu in Malang
August 3, 2010
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Blimbing:  Avian Singapore flu or hand foot and mouth decease (HFMD) is probably already widespread in the city of Malang.  This can be seen from the number of residents who had tantrums because their children suffered from illness with flu-like characteristics of Singapore.  In RW 02 Kelurahan Gadingkasri example. Fani Rahmasari, a child resident of RW 02 Kelurahan Gadingkasri, was suffering from flu-like illnesses in Singapore.  Such as high fever accompanied by red spots in the palm of the hand (symptoms similar to dengue fever), canker sores, decreased appetite, vomiting or diarrhea with dehydration, pain in the neck, arms and legs, as well as seizures.

"After returning home from school, my child had a sudden illness. Taken to the doctor, he said he has the Singapore flu," said Neny Fitrin, Parents Anonymous, yesterday.

Previously, a similar disease has also struck residents in the area of Bukit Pines Housing Tidar, Dau, Malang. Tutuk is one of the residents of Perum Bukit Pines Tidar whose child suffered from illness with flu-like symptoms in Singapore.

"Probably he was attacked at the school," said Tutuk.

Chief Medical Officer (Kadinkes) Malang Enny Sekarengganingati still could not say whether the symptoms are flu that attacked residents of Singapore. Until now Dinkes still not received a report from the health centers and health centers spread across 57 villages.
"Is it true that this is Singapore flu?  Because to detect Singapore influenza, one can not only see the symptoms.  One should be taken to the doctor and be tested," said Enny, yesterday.

According to the Enny, all types of flu symptoms were almost identical. Including Singapore flu, swine flu, and bird flu. Diseases affecting these children can be contagious through direct contact, coughing, urinalysis.

"It is just faster through the air," said Enny.

Although Enny is not yet convinced the Singapore flu attacked citizens in Malang, he still asks that the community remains cautious.  
(more)

Saiful Anwar Hospital (RSSA) Malang also notes that there are still patients suffering from symptoms that resemble that of swine flu.

"In hospitals there is no data of patients who develop Singapore flu disease. Taylor knew that if the health center, health center," said Yudi Novianto RSSA public relations staff, yesterday.


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WHO Confirms Death of 34-Year-Old Female
August 3, 2010
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Avian influenza - situation in Indonesia - update 3
The Ministry of Health of Indonesia has announced a new case of human infection of H5N1 avian influenza. A 34-year-old female from Tangerang District, Banten Province developed symptoms on 2 July, was hospitalized on 4 July and died on 7 July. Laboratory tests were positive for H5N1 virus infection. Investigations into the source of her infection are ongoing.

Of the 168 cases confirmed to date in Indonesia, 139 have been fatal.  

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Tangerang, Banten ::: Confirmed H5N1 case

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Tangerang, Banten ::: Confirmed H5N1 case

Posted by Ida on August 4, 2010

During July 2010, an additional bird flu H5N1 case has been confirmed by National Institute of Health Research and Development (NIHRD), Ministry of Health. Victim is a 34-year old female with initial YE, a resident of Tangerang municipal (Kabupaten Tangerang), Banten province.

YE is a teacher of private high school in Tangerang municipal. She sought for medical care to a private clinic on 2 July 2010 with symptoms of fever, coughing and sore throat. Two days later , victim returned to private clinic because symptoms had not recovered. Thereafter she was referred to a private hospital in Tangerang.

During hospitalization, victim developed high fever, headache, sore throat, coughing, breathing difficulty and diarrhea. Her condition was deteriorating during three days hospitalization. On 7 July, she was reported of having severe breathing difficulty. Chest x-ray showed severe pneumonia. Hospital was then moved YE to an ICU and collected her throat and nasal swabs. YE died on the same day at 13.34 (western Indonesia time).

Risk factor has not been revealed yet. Victim was reported travelling to Bandar Lampung before illness (20 June 2010).

This case have been reported to WHO by Prof. dr. Tjandra Yoga Aditama, the Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health, as a focal point of International Health Regulation.

This is broadcasted by Public Comunication Center, General Secretary Ministry of Health, Republic of Indonesia. Further information is available at phone: 021-52907416-9, fax: 52921669, call center: 021-500567, 30413700, or e-mail: puskom.publik@yahoo.co.id, info@depkes.go.id, kontak@depkes.go.id.

Source: Ministry of Health Republic Indonesia. http://www.depkes.go.id/index.php/component/content/article/43-newsslider/1159-laporan-kasus-flu-burung-sampai-juli-2010.html

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Bird flu "Attack" 3rd District in the City

Wednesday, August 4, 2010 09:47:20

Disclosure of the spread of bird flu into the Cage Lemonade and Nusa Indah after officers Participatory Deasease Surveylens and Response (PDSR) or Bird Flu Response Team found a case of the positive poultry bird flu deaths in these two villages each of five chickens belonging Samanudi, RT.18 Village residents Lemonade and six cages of chickens owned by Ilyas Lubis, the resident Street RT.8 Nusa Indah Village. The officer was doing the spraying disinfektasn in these two villages.

Outbreak of bird flu virus in Bengkulu City recently caused unrest in society. It should spread of bird flu was given special attention to both the government and society does not spread to humans.

The Coordinator PDSR Animal Husbandry and Animal Health (Disnakkeswan) Bengkulu Province, drh. Emran Kuswady, current prevention should be focused so as not infectious to humans. To that end, governments and communities jointly support this preventive action. Starting from a small thing we can do to prevent the spread of bird flu virus. As always keep the environment clean and sanitize the body especially the hands so that the virus does not exist if it will eat.

The spread of bird flu virus can be through direct contact with both other poultry or humans. Currently its distribution is more susceptible to other poultry, domestic birds, especially if residents are not kept locked up or not cleaning his cage. "The virus can spread from the neighborhood where chickens roam. There is a chicken that has been contaminated, the other chickens will usually contract from contact immediately or eat food that has been touched or from contaminated manure of the chickens, "said Emran.

Explained Emran, disinfectants or cold sterilizing solution can damage many microorganisms like bacteria and viruses but can not kill bacterial spores. Actually killing the virus can be done by using detergents, because it contains the same detergent with disinfectant but the levels are different. In addition, for areas that are open, the virus will die from the sun. Therefore, the spread very easily if the area moist and clean less.

"The locations found in this case, had done the spraying disinfectant. We provide free disinfectant in the area who have tested positive for bird flu. It is estimated that the disinfectant can be given to citizens to do the spraying for two consecutive weeks. We continuously monitor the location of the findings to two weeks, "said Emran.

Emran added, people should participate if the officer must conduct a focal culling (culling). "People should follow the advice worker if forced to do focal culling. In order to avoid infection in humans. If not destroyed will be dangerous, the officers also did not want to take risks, "he added.

Lower City Distanak Team

Meanwhile, the Head of Department of Agriculture and Livestock (Kadistanak) City, Ir, Hotman Sinurad said the bird flu virus spreading in the city of Bengkulu is still projected to continue. Until now, the team joined in the City Distanak Disease Control Unit of Avian Influenza (bird flu), or the Local Disease Control Centre (LDCC) was still falling into the field to ensure this. To date it receives the report listed 67 birds and chickens that have been off is destroyed in five areas namely the East Rim, Padang Harapan, Sawah Lebar, Wet New Width, and Lempuing. It was also quite surprised, because last year the city of Bengkulu was never attacked by bird flu.

"That's due to weather conditions in the city of Bengkulu's changing. High rainfall, but sometimes the heat. These conditions facilitate the spread of bird flu because the body condition of birds is weak. But so far we continue to anticipate in the field so that the spread does not extend, either to other birds or to humans, "Hotman said.

According to Hotman, from some of the cases, until now a new type of poultry chicken bird flu found positive. Most of the affected chicken is a chicken virus that does not cooped. Until now it has not found cases of bird flu positive chickens are bred and cooped permanently.

"It is estimated that no cooped chickens are more susceptible to bird flu. Poultry chickens that roam freely would likely easily affected by bird flu, let alone most of the chickens are never checked and given the anti-bird flu drug. Unlike chickens who had lived and bred cooped permanently. Chicken condition is always monitored and given a disinfectant on a regular basis, "he added.

To prevent the spread of bird flu, Distanak Bengkulu City has established a bird flu prevention team consisting of two staff veterinarian with the team assisted paramedics. This team routinely checked by trying to isolate the area that was found positive of bird flu. Not only that, Distanak City has also provided thousands of anti-bird flu vaccine to poultry farmers following the residents who have other poultry. Spraying and cleaning the cage using disinfectant were also conducted to sanitize the cages of the spread of the virus.

"We also conducted the socialization of bird flu to reduce the number of bird flu virus is spreading," he said.

Hotman appealed to citizens to report quickly if it finds that chickens suddenly died suddenly while only one tail. Because, she said, when chicken is positive of bird flu would endanger other chickens within a radius of 500 meters.

"We will also coordinate with transportation agencies to check the distribution of the chicken that came out and signed the city of Bengkulu. As well as checking the market that sells chicken in pieces and other poultry. We hope this can be resolved, because the condition can still be controlled to not be unusual, "says Hotman.

Chicken Cut Down Buyer

On the other hand, after the outbreak of bird flu case in the end - the end is in some urban communities Bengkulu stirred fears consume chicken meat. This also resulted in a chicken meat sellers, where buyers tend to be quiet the last few days. Turnover also fell.

Chicken seller in the PTM region, Darman, reveals the findings since the circulation of news about bird flu case in chicken meat sales fell sharply to 50 percent more. Usually, the day he was able to sell 50 chickens with a turnover of USD 1 to 2 million per day. But, now he is only able to sell less than 20 birds with turnover of USD 600 thousand per day.

Since the existence of''bird flu, buyers who come lonely goldfish. opportunity to welcome the month of ramadan buyer usually increased, but the existence of bird flu in fact make our merchandise quiet,''he said.

Added, for the price of chicken meat sales no change ie USD 30 thousand perkilonya (per kilo???). Prices are still stable''no decline, just kind of turnover has decreased,''he said, smiling.

Decrease the number of buyers also complained Susi, other poultry traders. If earlier he can sell 200 pieces of chicken, now can only sell 50 tail alone is good. Since the existence of''bird flu chicken pieces are rarely sold out,''he said. (Cw1/adn/cw7)

Here Tips Prevent Bird Flu Transmission

Environment

1. Maintaining Environmental Cleanliness.

2. Avoid contact with poultry or poultry droppings illness / death.

3. Immediately report dead birds when there are sudden

Consumption

1. Before cooking, rinse the chicken thoroughly, then wash your hands using soap to clean.

2. Cook meat until boiling chicken or the minimum 80 degrees Centigrade.

3. Before you put into the refrigerator (Fresher), chicken egg wash up properly - really clean because chicken manure is a source of virus transmission.

4. Avoid eating cooked poultry that way roasted / baked half-baked.

 

Personal Health

1. When you have a fever, runny nose, flu, cough and shortness of breath, immediately report to the health worker to receive treatment as soon as possible.

2. Increase intake of nutrition, especially foods containing vitamins and minerals.

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PKK Armed with Knowledge About Bird Flu

Payakumbuh (www.korandigital.com) - The mothers of the PKK in Payakumbuh, equipped with the knowledge of how to anticipate the bird flu. Mothers who are often struggling with poultry, such as buying groceries at a traditional market, not to be bought with a chicken which is indication of bird flu.

"Therefore, mothers should have the ability with the PKK issue," said H. Wawako Payakumbuh Syamsul Bahri, in the presence of hundreds of mothers TP-PKK districts and villages.

The appeal was submitted Wawako, when opening the socialization of Avian Influenza held Payakumbuh TP-PKK, in an event in the auditorium of the Ministry of Religious Affairs Office at Jalan Pahlawan Payakumbuh, Tuesday (03/08/2010).

According to the Vice Chairman of the TP-PKK Payakumbuh Mrs. Hj. Yusnani Syamsul, the show was done to improve human resources PKK subdistricts and villages, to be able to socialize the problem of avian influenza to the public. Narasumbernya, comes from the Department of Agriculture Animal Health and Payakumbuh.

In Payakumbuh Yusnani said, had never been an outbreak of bird flu disease. But, because in this city is the center of the biggest poultry farm with neighboring regions, regency, vigilance should be improved.

"Hopefully, armed with the existing science, in Payakumbuh womanhood, able to anticipate the disease," he said.

According Wawako Syamsul, dissemination of this bird flu, the positive performance that must be developed by TP-PKK. But, not just about bird flu, should on other issues, many involving public urination. TP-PKK Payakumbuh, assessed Wawako, government partners who cared enough to the situation that developed. "The spirit of such, shall be maintained and improvements continue," he said. (JEKA)

Thu, 4 Sep 2010 @ 10:27

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Unicef Worsksop about Avian Influenza

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Tuesday, August 3, 2010 | 21:24 pm

Report:

Pekanbaru, Tribune - UNICEF held a training on avian influenza for 100 junior high students as Riau, began Tuesday (3 / 8) in Mutiara Merdeka Hotel Pekanbaru. Activity was a workshop entitled to control avian influenza pandemic influenza preparedness.

In this event, described on the prevention of transmission of avian influenza virus

through the actions that can be done by students in everyday life. For example do not play with dead birds, or wash hands with soap before eating.

According to the National Facilitator Training Putu Widhiantara Avian Influenza Pandemic, the training was carried out departing from the data that 40 percent of patients afflicted by the virus in Indonesia is among the children. That's because he thinks the kids are still in the play. Not infrequently, kids like to play dead birds or infected with AI virus.

This time by Putu training carried out with a fun method. In addition, many conducted in the form of games. Participants were also divided into small classes, and in the end the participants were assigned to create an action plan will be implemented after the training.

"We expect these students who have been trained to spread information and knowledge owned to students and other children. In addition they will also be synergized with local government in tackling the spread of avian influenza," said Putu. (Hnk) 



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The Council Asked DP3 Immediately Give Counselling
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The Council Asked DP3 Immediately Give Counselling (East Java)
Wednesday, August 4 2010 | 11:53 WIB

Sidoarjo - the commission Member of D DPRD Sidoarjo, Hadi Supriyanto asked for the Agriculture Plantation and Livestock Service (DP3) the Sidoarjo Regional Government immediately carried out counselling in the Durung Bedug village (desa), Candi Subdistrict. His hope, the community to knew the method preventive measure the plague of the bird flu virus (H5N1).

If DP3 late gave counselling to the resident, be worried the virus H5N1 too late to spread. "Lest this will later spread and eventually the resident who became casualties," said Hadi, on Tuesday (3/8 ).

Hadi stressed, the resident's concern would the plague of the virus H5N1 that was justified enough. Because, with the existence of the spreading of the virus in their village, in a manner indirectly has caused the psychological impact for the resident. "DP3 immediately must act so that the psychological impact that was experienced by the resident is not too big," he explained.

Beforehand DP3 Regional Government Sidoarjo promised to involve the team of the fast movement of bird flu in the Durung Bedug village, Kecamatan Candi, Sidoarjo. However up to now the official DP3 never descended to the field to give counselling to the resident about the method of overcoming the virus attack H5N1.

The counselling really was needed by the resident because several chickens belonging to the resident died suddenly for the last month. "Which kind of his proof, counsellor that we were waiting until this how come not was available," said Sukoco, the resident RT 28/RW 1 Durung Bedug Village, the Candi Subdistrict.

Sukoco said, the worried resident of the plague of bird flu will infect them. Therefore, they ask for so that DP3 as soon as possible gave the briefing and the control of the virus of the prevention method H5N1. Uptil now many residents that did not know. They generally throw this chicken carcass in the river away. "This that made us worried, because this river was often used for the activity of the resident," he said.

Moreover, the resident also questioned compensation that had been promised DP3 against the chicken that was slaughtered and was burnt. "Compensation also was not given, if indeed not wanted the substitute yes not needed to speak like that," said Sukoco again.

The plague of bird flu that spread in RT 4.5 and 28/RW 1 Durung Bedug Village, the Candi subdistrict was the first case in Sidoarjo. Since this case stuck up in the last month, already 50 chickens belonging to the resident in three RT this died suddenly.

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Decrease, The Case Of Bird Flu In Cilegon (Banten)
Wednesday, August 4 2010 - 21:48 WIB

Cilegon (Pos Kota) the Agriculture and Livestock Breeding Service Cilegon City recorded, till August 2010, was gotten by 15 cases of bird flu in his territory.

The number it was estimated descended to the end of this year compared with 2009 that achieved 172 cases.

The Head of Sector Livestock Service Agriculture and Livestock Breeding Cilegon City, S Yulfa said, although the case of bird flu descended, but his side made a plea to the community continued to guard against him by maintaining the cleanliness of the place environment house him. Especially the resident that had kept the livestock animal.

"To prevent the plague of bird flu, the community was asked for in order to maintain the cleanliness of the environment," said Yulfa after giving counselling in the Cikerai Village (kelurahan), Cibeber Subdistrict, on Wednesday (4/8 ).

The case of bird flu, said Yulfa, also had claimed 1 fatality. However, he stressed, the incident happened during 2007. "We hoped did not have again the case of bird flu in Cilegon, moreover until claimed fatalities," he stressed.

Yulfa said, the most number of cases of bird flu in 2009 was in the Ciwandan Subdistrict, whereas this 2010 was in the Purwakarta Subdistrict. The number of cases, said Yulfa, was results of the community's findings that were reported. Did not close the possibility of there are those that was not reported because of the community's ignorance.

"We carried out the action if indeed had the report from the community. With the counselling, we hoped the community could do personally with always maintained the cleanliness of his environment," he added.

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KPK Check Siti Fadilah Home Week
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TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta - Indonesia's Corruption Eradication Commission will check to make sure the former Minister of Health Siti Fadilah Supari next week.

"Through the notification letter, he promised a new examination of the investigator could come next week," said KPK spokesman Johan Budi SP told reporters on Thursday (5 / 8).

Letter of the notification, said Johan, once told investigators that he could not be examined today. "He made no assignment," said Johan.

Siti Fadillah should undergo examination by KPK investigators today related to the case of procurement of medical equipment in the year 2006 in the Department of Health. According to Johan, investigators still have not scheduled exactly when Siti will be reviewed.

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Teacher Dies From Bird Flu
August 6, 2010
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A 34 year-old Indonesian woman died of bird flu in Tanggerang city in an outskirt of Jakarta, bringing the total fatality to 139 in the country, the Health Ministry said here Friday.  The archipelago country had been hit the hardest by the H5N1 virus, and the attacks of the virus have been weakened recently.  The woman died on July 7 after she was treated intensively at a hospital in the city, the spokesperson of the ministry Tri Tarayati said.

"Two of laboratory tests showed that she was positively infected by H5N1," she said at the health ministry.

The woman, who was a teacher of a senior high school in the city, first felt the symptoms of cough, fever, and the problem on her throat on July 2, she went to a doctor, the spokesperson said.  Two days later she returned to the doctor as she had not been cured yet, she was then shifted to a hospital in the city, Tarayati said

During the treatment the woman had got a high fever and respiratory problem, her condition deteriorated as she contracted pneumonia before she died, said the spokesperson.  It was not clear yet whether the woman had historical contact with poultry, as it was the common cause of the death of bird flu in Indonesia, she said.  The ministry has reported the case to the World Health Organization, said Tarayati.


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Supari To Be Questioned About Corruption Scandal
August 6, 2010
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VIVA News:  The Corruption Eradication Commission agenda is to examine a member of the Presidential Advisory Board, Siti Fadilah Supari.  The former Minister of Health will be reviewed about cases of alleged corruption related to procurement of medical equipment in 2007.

"She will be examined as a witness," KPK spokesman Johan Budi SP, in Jakarta, Thursday, August 5, 2010.

In this case, the Commission has set out four suspects.  They are the Director of Community Health Community Health Ministry Edi Suranto, former Secretary General of MOH Sjafii Ahmad, former Head of Planning at the Secretariat General MOH, Mardiono, and former Commissioner of PT Kimia Farma Trading and Distributors, Budiarto Maliang.  Mardiono was found guilty and sentenced to two years imprisonment while prosecutors sentenced Budiarto to eight years in prison.

The suspects were allegedly detrimental to the financial state of Rp9, 4 billion in project procurement of portable x-ray equipment for health services in disadvantaged areas, remote, border, and small islands in the Bureau of Planning and Budget Secretary General of the MOH.  

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BIRD FLU CASE STATEMENTS TO JULY 2010
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In July 2010 there are additional one positive case of bird flu (H5N1) on behalf of YE (P, 34 years) who district of Tangerang, Banten. Positively infected by H5N1 cases were reported according to the examination Litbangkes dated July 12, 2010.
YE (P, 34 years) a teacher of high school (SMA) is a private in the Tangerang District dated July 2, 2010 went to the doctor private practice with symptoms of fever, cough and sore throat. Because it has not healed, two days later, the patient re-treatment return to private physicians and directly refer to a hospital in the town of Tangerang swatsa.

During the treatment, patients experienced high fever, headache, sore throat, cough, breathlessness and diarrhea. During the three days hospitalized, YE conditions continue to deteriorate. Even on July 7, 2010 crowded heavier. X-ray results show the existence of severe pneumonia. YE then treated in the ICU (intensive care unit) and taken the throat and nasal swab specimens. The patient died on the same day at around 13:34 pm.
Risk factors could not be ascertained. But the information was obtained, ten days before the illness (June 2010), the patient traveled to Bandar Lampung.
Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health Prof. dr. Tjandra Yoga Aditama as the focal point of the IHR (International Health Reagulation) has also informed about the cases to the WHO.

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Siti Fadilah Denies Corruption Involved
Monday, August 9, 2010 | 11:33 pm

Former Minister of Health, Siti F. Supari examined as a witness after the case of procurement of medical equipment handling the bird flu outbreak in 2006 in the Building Commission, Jakarta, Thursday (19/11). He is a former suspect witness sekmenkokesra (No Translation), Soetedjo Juwono. TEMPO / Dinul Mubarok

TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta - Former Health Minister Siti Fadilah Supari denied involvement roentgen equipment procurement corruption at the ministry he leads on that last period. "The project did not need my autograph," said Siti inspected the building after the Corruption Eradication Commission on Monday (8 / 8) afternoon.

This project, said Siti, is in the budget of the Secretariat General, not on his side. "This project is too small," he said. Siti checked 2.5 hours by the investigator as a witness against the suspect Syafii Ahmad, former Secretary General of the Ministry of Health, which served as health minister Siti.

Syafii already bears the status of prisoners since Thursday (5 / 8) yesterday suddan currently deposited at the Central Jakarta district police custody. "I checked whether he was familiar with, and never became his boss," said Siti.

Syafii allegedly accepting money cases related to procurement of x-ray equipment for the Indonesian territory of East Public Health Center for the year 2007. In this case, the state impaired USD 9.4 billion. He allegedly received commissions from the vendors money amounting to Rp 750 million.

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The Resident Consume The Chicken Was Expected Bird Flu<

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The Resident Consume The Chicken Was Expected Bird Flu
Aug 8th, 2010

Bengkulu, (Antara) the Bengkulu inhabitants determined to prove their chicken not infected the bird flu virus or H5N1 by consuming him.

Debi the resident of Village Jembatan Kecil Kota Bengkulu, on Saturday, slaughter his livestock that was accused infected bird flu and later consumed together with the family.

This incident took place in the Village Jembatan Kecil Kota Bengkulu after the extermination of the poultry in the area that was believed in positive infected the deadly virus the chicken. He said was disappointed with the Government of the Bengkulu City that he thought was not responsible for the burning of the chicken that infected the virus H5N1 this.

"My kept chicken was only used to eat personally because we were convinced not infected bird flu his proof not infected this illness," he said.

He considered his livestock the healthy condition and felt disappointed with the extermination action in a mass fashion.

While the other resident felt reluctant to hand over their property poultry to be burnt because of feeling disappointed with the government of the Bengkulu city, that he thought took the opportunity to look for the popularity with the gathering of the officials of the city at that place.

"We deliberate consumed chickens that were stated positive the bird flu, evidently we were still healthy and did not have an impact on the health," he said.

This action was the expression of disappointment in the regional government that only the temporary popularity of the resident felt the compensation.

They considered with the official's gathering of the city necessarily had the shape of attention to the community's loss resulting from rumours of this dangerous illness.

The control co-ordinator of the illness of bird flu territory Bengkulu Emran Kuswadi said the poultry in several Bengkulu City territories positive infected the bird flu virus H5N1 and was carried out by the extermination in several points endemi this virus.

The Bengkulu city was known totalling 19 districts that were attacked by this illness in a deadly manner the poultry of the chicken kind totalling 222 tails.

The case that infected the chicken in the Bengkulu City territory happened since the last one months after infecting several areas of the other regency in this area.

He said the action that was carried out to anticipate so that the bird flu virus does not infect humankind.

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KKP Forefront Prevent Disease

Port Health Office (KKP) is the vanguard of the Ministry of Health at the entrance to the state to prevent infectious diseases which enter and leave the territory of the Republic of Indonesia. For that KKP officers must have a soul and the spirit of defending the country and patriotism. KKP very heavy task, because they have to perform risky activities that endanger the safety of his soul. Examples should be boarded the ship which is under quarantine. Similarly, in the event of a pandemic in other countries KKP officer must perform the task 24 hours to watch every person who comes from a country infected. In addition KKP officer also required to provide complete health services in their respective areas.

This was conveyed by Minister of Health Dr. Endang Rahayu Sedyaningsih, MPH, Dr.PH on the program "Covering Education and Training (Diklat) Quarantine For Officer Port Health Office" in Jakarta, Saturday, August 7, 2010.

Minister of Health stated, the development of the global health situation demanded the officer has a duty at the entrance to the country more observant and able to anticipate the cross-sectoral coordination is accompanied by the empowerment of communities around the port.

Minister of Health added that Indonesia as a WHO member countries follow the International Health Regulations (IHR) 2005. In these Regulations 2005 all countries should be able to prevent a deterrent against all diseases that potentially cause community health danger that disturb the world or the Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC). Besides the demands of the international health services in framework quarantine already appropriately can be followed along with the rhythm changes.

"The changes, significant as an effort to improve themselves, is the answer, especially related to the working procedures of the organization's Port Health Office (KKP) and the mandate to implement the International Health Regulations (IHR) in 2005", said Minister of Health.

Menkes convey, one effort that can be done by the Ministry of Health to improve the competence of KKP staff is through the planting of inner intention to perform its tasks has the responsibility and discipline high, for which participants Diklat are given materials that adequate and is suited with growth of globalization of health adult.

Menkes says, so that officers continue to improve the knowledge, expertise, skills in performing tasks, instilling discipline, teamwork, responsibility in the conduct of activities, the pros of the people, inclusive, responsive, effective and clean.

Minister of Health stressed that the coaching staff not only grouped and charged to the organization of training, but far more important is the continuing development by the home institution after completion of training employees. 'Agency for Health Human Resource Development and Empowerment for programming and training for all officers who are across Indonesia KKP. Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health (DG PP and PL) in order to improve education and training is better in terms of technical and management" added Minister of Health.

Meanwhile, Prof. Tjandra said the purpose of the Quarantine and Port Health Training is to strengthen air and sea Quarantine system that already exists, and is expected to develop insights and employees detect KKP primarily on understanding National and International Regulations, particularly the International Health Regulations 2005. In addition to the realization of human resources in Indonesia KKP as competent in running tupoksinya, as well as having a high sense of responsibility towards their duties.

Participants to as many as 30 people coming from 20 KKP elected consisting of 11 persons with educational competence of doctors and 19 people graduate of Public Health, based on predetermined criteria. Training took place from May 25 until August 7, 2010, during the 77 days with 66 days including 54 days of learning theory and the assignment and the 12th day of field practice. Training was opened by the Director General of the PP and PL on June 9, 2010.

Training begins military basic training from the National Military Command Exercise Armabar Indonesian Navy (TNI-AL) for 2 weeks and at the level of competence get quarantine materials and various developments in science, especially in the field of health and diseases that can cause outbreaks of communicable diseases and control technologies and eradication of communicable diseases of resource persons competent in their fields, including from international health organizations / World Health Organization (WHO), traffic-related sectors, experts and academics from University of Indonesia, also attended Armabar Commander of the Navy exercises, Director General of the PP and PL, Head of the Ministry PPSDM Health.

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Nineteen-Year-Old Bird Flu Suspect
August 10, 2010
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A bird flu suspect patient, P (19), a resident of Lempuing, went to Hospital M Yunus on Friday (6 / 8) at around 17:00 pm.  The victim was experiencing the heat and fever, sore throat and is known also to have contaminated or previously associated with poultry after burying his chickens that died a few days earlier.  After a review by the medical team at M Yunus Hospital, it was decided that the H5N1 virus suspect should be treated intensively.

Hospital director Dr M Yunus Bengkulu. RB Zulman Zuri yesterday justified his personnel in caring for residents who suffer from suspect bird flu.

"We are currently performing maintenance on the bird flu suspect patient. But for now we are not sure whether the victim has tested positive for bird flu or not.  Because they still find in the medical team care hospitals M Yunus," said Zulman.

He also revealed that he is currently treating the bird flu suspect casualty in a yellow isolation room.   But for now after getting the medical care, the condition of the victim is starting to improve.

"For a while we thought it was not bird flu. Because based on our inspection, after a few days, the casualty's fever decreased and his condition was getting better.  After we did a swab, which means making a sample throat secretion, we have checked with R & D Laboratories in Jakarta every day for three days.  And we also have done x-rays, but we cannot confirm and are still waiting for first lab results," explained Zulman.

In addition, Hospital M Yunus Bengkulu has now also been anticipating the arrival of bird flu patients, by preparing two special rooms for patients infected with bird flu. Special rooms have been placed in a very tight yellow room with the intention of using equipment and medical care that is safe for patients.

"Because of the rampant spread of bird flu that we see now in Bengkulu, we've anticipated this by forming a team for handling bird flu disease chaired by Dr. Rasjmijon. Sp.PD," explained Director of the Hospital M Yunus.

Meanwhile, officers with the Participatory Deasease Surveillance and Response (PDSR) or Bird Flu Response Team discovered new cases in Sub Betungan, yesterday (9 / 8).   On the same day the bird flu spread to the Middle Bengkulu (Fortress) exactly Village Pasma, 24 male officers ensured that (word omitted, most possibly poultry) died suddenly of positive bird flu.  The spread of bird flu in the last two weeks is increasingly worrisome. Previously, the spread has occurred in the District Kepahiang.  Because of the more widespread dissemination of these cases, the status of Bengkulu City has been designated as Extraordinary Events (KLB) by the Disease Control Unit of Avian Influenza (bird flu), or the Local Disease Control Centre (LDCC).

LDCC Coordinator, drh. Emran Kuswady, said that Bengkulu City deserved the outbreak status given the increasingly wide spread and will spread to susceptible humans.

"People were asked to participate to this bird flu awareness. During this time, it was difficult to combat the spread of this virus because of the very low awareness of citizens. With this status is expected that awareness will be further enhanced. Besides support from the government and citizens should also be more, if it's not considered normal," he asserted.

Related to the status and distribution of bird flu, this will have a negative impact, particularly on chicken meat traders. But Emran described that so far it has not been found in cases of livestock in the region.

"We will constantly monitor and supervise the broiler farms. In addition, there will be checks on each farm, especially in the fasting month and the day before Lebaran," said Emran.

Meanwhile, the spread of bird flu is not perceived as more serious by broiler breeders, disclosed Putra, CV broiler farm manager.  Anggas Jaya at Jalan Lintas Kemiling Padang, Padang Village Kemiling, said the outbreak of bird flu cases has not been so influential in their efforts. Currently their sales are higher, because of the fasting and Idul Fitri.  Anggas assured, they always follow the procedures and procedures for poultry properly. For example they are always doing biosecurity, sanitation, at least twice a day.  So they are not worried that the livestock is diseased with bird flu virus.

"We are very concerned the health of the livestock. Before the seed or feed is put into the cage area, it must also be checked and sprayed.  Every morning we do the spraying in the barn and in the afternoon in the stable environment," he explained.

Affirmed Anggas, the circulation of the chicken pieces in Bengkulu stay safe, because of the process of maintaining standards.

"We guarantee a healthy and marketing as much as possible will prevent entry of disease into the stable area," he asserted.

Similar to Anggas, Viktor, a poultry livestock owner in Sumber Jaya Village, said they were not convinced their poultry was affected by bird flu.  According to him, poultry that are well kept will be spared from avian influenza.  However, to anticipate the entry of this virus in cattle, Viktor tries harder to clean and spray cages.

"I am ready to do anything to spread the disease from spreading.  For now I'm trying to keep this disease from infecting my cattle," he said.  



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New Bird Flu Suspects in Two Cities
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Bengkulu - Bird flu or avian influenza H5N1 outbreak in Bengkulu which had caused hundreds of chicken death may have spread among human.

A resident of Lempuing, Bengkulu city with initial P (19) had been admitted to M Yunus regional hospital due to bird flu infection suspicion, Friday (6/8). Patient developed fever and sore throat after burying dead chickens few days before.

"We're treating a bird flu suspect patient in an isolation unit, but we're still not sure whether the patient has bird flu or not," director of M Yunus hospital, dr Zulman Zuri confirmed. "For now we don't suspect bird flu infection because patient is getting better after being treated here. We're collecting throat swab every day for three days and send it to NHIRD, Ministry of Health laboratory. We have done chest x-ray too, but still waiting for the laboratory result," added Zulman.

In the other hand, M Yunus hospital has prepared two special rooms for bird flu patient. Those room to be guarded and equipped for the safety of patients and health workers.

Meanwhile, Bengkulu city has been stated as bird flu exceptional area by Local Disease Control Center (LDCC). The disease has spread to three municipals (kabupaten), Betungan, Bengkulu Tengah and Kepahiang. However, Emran Kuswady, coordinator of LDCC said so far the disease had not spread to farm area.

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Padang RSUP suspect Bird Flu Patients Hospitalized
Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

Patient Care Dr Padang suspect bird flu latest news.

Padang: General Hospital Center (Dr) M Djamil Padang care of a four-year-old child Lubuk cone, Agam regency, West Sumatra, which is suspected of having bird flu (avian influenza / AI).

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Ahead of Ramadan, Prices Down Chicken in Bengkulu
Tuesday, August 10, 2010 | 10:03 pm

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TEMPO Interactive, Bengkulu - A day before the fasting month, the price of chickens in the town of Bengkulu in fact decreased. The decline was fairly large, usually the price of chickens sold USD 35 thousand, but now down to $ 25 thousand. This unusual one due to death of hundreds of chickens infected with bird flu virus last week.

By Nila, 29, chicken traders in traditional markets of East Rim pedagan Bengkulu City was forced to lower its prices due to declining levels of public purchase of nearly a week last. "We've been slammed just the price, the buyer is not much as usual," he said when met on Tuesday (10 / 8).

Every day Nila could sell up to 20 kg of chicken, but since large numbers of chickens found dead, he was only able to sell no more than 5 Kg. "That is, we have to woo first-persuasion, to convince the buyer if we sell a chicken safe to eat," said Nila who is also experienced by other traders.

Nila and other traders also expect the government to immediately resolve the issue of bird flu. Therefore, no longer fears the people to consume chicken.

One buyer, Minar, 34, met at Market East Circle feared admitted consuming chicken, he would worry if it consumes a chicken infected with H5N1 virus. "We prefer to eat fish, but usually if the first meal of our families is always a special cook one chicken," he said.

According to the Bird Flu Prevention Team Leader Animal Health Center Emran Kuswadi today in areas of suspected bird flu in the city of Bengkulu indeed growing. After the 18 villages which are suspect, at this time has increased a total of 32 wards.

Accelerating the spread of bird flu, according Emran response due to fear and lack of citizens to report if the sudden sick and dead poultry. "Not to mention there are still breeders who feel a loss, so if there is a direct sick chickens were slaughtered to be sold," he said.

As happened in the Village of Wells Melting, residents refused to destroy poultry if no compensation from the government. This is according Emran show that public awareness is still lacking, to combat outbreaks of disease.

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Probable AI patients increased by one person
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 20:47 AM | Events | Health | Read 293 times
Bengkulu (ANTARA News) - Patients unexpected bird flu (avian influenza) who were treated at the General Hospital of M. Yunus Bengkulu increased by one person since Tuesday (10 / 8).

"The patient referrals from Bengkulu Central," said Kasi Outpatient Medical Services and Special District General Hospital Syafriadi M. Yunus Bengkulu, Wednesday.

Patients with the initials of Vi (27) showed symptoms similar to bird flu that is shortness of breath, high fever, malaise, sore throat and have his direct contact with poultry that died suddenly.

"Doctors clinic where patients are treated refer him here because he could make contact with the chickens that died suddenly," he said.

Patients who were treated for one night his fever had been declining but to prove the alleged illness of M. General Hospital Jonah's plan to send the sample liquid into the throat and blood serum in Jakarta on Wednesday (11 / 8).

"To ensure the bird flu or not, throat mucus and blood serum is sent to the Health Research and Development laboratory (Research and Development) here in Jakarta because the equipment is still limited," he said.

Meanwhile, the previous patient Pu (17) who were treated since Friday (6 / 8) with suspected bird flu, after the liquid sample is checked her throat and blood serum, but the result is negative.

"The patient suffered only pneumonemia (usually pneumonia) after the mucus of the throat and checked his blood serum in Jakarta," he said.

Previously, patients from Lempuing Village, the city of Bengkulu, was suspected bird flu.

"He was in contact with poultry and high fever, shortness of breath, fatigue and sore throat," he said.

To anticipate the increase in the same patients with suspected M. Yunus hospital room to prepare special.

"There are two special rooms with four beds for unexpected treat bird flu patients," he said.

In addition the hospital also set up a special outfit for the care of doctors and nurses.

He said there was no special doctors to treat these patients because there is only the lungs and doctors in internal medicine. (ANT213/K004)

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The Reaction To The WHO Announcement

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August 11 2010 - 10:17 GMT.
The Reaction To The WHO Announcement

Caption with picture of Tamiflu: Many countries took the anticipatory step, including buying up medicine and vaccine

The UN health body, WHO already properly stated the pandemic of pig flu passed by, said an expert to National Commission Bird Flu and Pandemic Influenza Indonesia.

The statement was explained by Chairman Panel Expert National Commission Bird Flu and Pandemic Influenza, Amin Subandrio, to the reporter BBC Sigit Purnomo after WHO on Tuesday (10/8 ) official stated the status of the pandemic of pig flu ended, on the basis of the kind virus H1N1 this not mutated like that was frightened beforehand.

According to Amin, this withdrawal quite naturally was announced, moreover just a few cases of pig flu that happened in Indonesia.

In the note Amin, the last case happened in Indonesia last year when the world was stirred up with the spreading of the virus of pig flu.

In the meantime, a flu researcher from the University of Air Langga Surabaya, CA Nidom believed the problem of influenza considered the plague threat of influenza was still threatening Indonesia that at this time was still fighting against the bird flu virus.

The spreading threat of the Virus of pig flu the first time emerged in Mexico and the United States during 2009 and spread quickly in the calculation of the week.

The WHO data mentioned till last week the number of fatalities of pig flu 18,449.

In Indonesia up to the end of last year at least was found by 500 cases and three including dying it was suspected resulting from infected the virus of pig flu.

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Wednesday, August 11 2010 10:59
Bird Flu Became An Epidemic In Sarolangun [Jambi, just east of the northern half of Bengkulu Province]
Hundreds Of Chickens Died Suddenly

Picture caption: Chickens: in the rain season at this time the susceptible chicken livestock terjangkit the illness.

Sarolangun - Hundreds of tails of the chicken livestock belonging to the resident in Sarolangun Regency in a last week died suddenly. The worried resident of this incident as a result of the plague of bird flu.

The number of chicken livestock that died made the owner of the livestock and the other resident of panic. Why not, the chicken that was raised from small suddenly has died instantly without leaving the trace of injury or being sick.

Including being experienced by Ucok (4.8 ) [?!] the resident Simpang Raya, Sarolangun. To this Daily he said, his kept chicken has died a pen in stages without being preceeded was sick. Not that only, his neighbouring chicken then also died in cage.

"My chicken livestock approximately 50 tails in three pens that were surrounded by the fence. All of them have died in stages. In a day and night could die reached 4 tails," obviously Ucok.

Not only that, he said again, his next neighbouring chicken that only across the road, also died a pen without remaining one tail then. "I was surprised, what was his illness. How come the chicken died suddenly in the calculation of the hour without being preceded was sick for days," he complained.

In the meantime, Department Head Fishing and Livestock Breeding Sarolangun, Sakwan, to this Daily admitted to receiving information that in Bengkulu and Curup [capitol of Rejang Lebong Regency, Bengkulu Province] also experienced the same thing, that is thousands of the resident's chickens died suddenly in the count of the hour.

"In Bengkulu and Curup also the resident's chicken died suddenly as far as thousands of tails. In Sarolangun, I will drop the team off to check definitely the cause of the death of the resident's chicken," obviously him, yesterday.

However, according to his estimate, the death of the resident's chicken was strong the assumption was resulted in infected by the Bird Flu virus that previously could be busy.

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Bengkulu ::: Bird flu suspect tests negative. Another patient under treatment
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Bengkulu ::: Bird flu suspect tests negative. Another patient under treatment

Posted by Ida on August 12, 2010

Bengkulu - Another bird flu suspect patient is admitted to M Yunus regional hospital in Bengkulu, Tuesday (10/8). Patient was referred from Kabupaten Bengkulu Tengah, said the official of M Yunus hospital, Syafriadi.

Patient with initial Vi (27) showed bird flu like symptoms such as breathing difficulty, fever, weakness and sore throat. Patient had contact with dead birds before.

Blood and throat samples have been sent to Jakarta for confirmation.

In meantime, Pu (17), another bird flu suspect patient who is being treated in M Yunus hospital since Friday (6/8), has been tested negative bird flu H5N1 negative. "Patient had common pneumonia," said Syafriadi.

Source: Indonesia news office, ANTARA. http://www.antaranews.com/beri...

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Three districts in Bengkulu Bird Flu Transmission

Thursday, August 12, 2010 11:39 pm

Bengkulu - MI: Three districts in Bengkulu province of bird flu over the last two months with the highest point of the spread of this disease outbreak occurred in the city of Bengkulu.

Coordinator of eradication of bird flu in the province of Bengkulu Bengkulu Kuswadi Emran, Thursday (12 / 8), say, three districts were butung flu Kepahiang Regency, Bengkulu, Central (Fortress) and the city of Bengkulu.

Until recently, according to him, thousands of chickens and ducks belong to residents in the three districts had been destroyed to prevent spread of the H5N1 virus.

In addition, around the location of an outbreak of bird flu disinfectant spraying done by the local Animal Husbandry Department on a regular basis within a specified time for the deadly virus in the area so as not to spread to other places in the vicinity.

Of the three districts that have been infected with bird flu in two months, the spread of bird flu outbreaks and the widest ever happening in the city of Bengkulu, because up until now has 30 villages affected by this disease.

The last case was found in the village of Tanjung Jaya, Kecamatan Serut River, the city of Bengkulu. In this village found 85 chickens died suddenly. However, samples of dead chickens in this village could not be loaded because the owners have planted a few days later the case was reported to the local headman.

"From the statements of citizens to the local headman confirmed that chickens died suddenly in Sub Tanjunng Jaya was infected with bird flu. With bird flu case found in Tanjung Jaya, the disease has infected the 30th district in the city of Bengkulu," he said.

To anticipate the expansion of this disease in the city of Bengkulu, his side carried out spraying disinfectant in the affected area twice a week, and urged people routinely clean the chicken coop.

With this effort is not expected to spread bird flu disease again in the city of Bengkulu. "We are thankful though bird flu has hit 30 villages in Bengkulu city, but only one resident who became an unexpected bird flu and after undergoing treatment at the Hospital M Jonah's health is improving," he said.

Meanwhile, the Head of Department of Animal Husbandry and Animal Health Fees Bengkulu Irianto Abdullah urged the people of this area to report immediately if they find chickens or ducks that died suddenly that chicken carcasses can be examined.

"I ask if any poultry that died suddenly reported to us immediately so that the chicken carcasses can be examined to ensure that the bird flu or not, if positive we immediately take the next steps," he said.

Thus, the spread of this disease can be stopped quickly.

He also asked the residents to not in direct contact with infected chickens can be infected with bird flu since the disease, he said. (Ant/OL-3)

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Outbreak of Bird Flu in Poultry Reported in Indonesia
Outbreak of Bird Flu in Poultry Reported in Indonesia
August 12, 2010
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Authorities say three provincial regions have been affected by bird flu and thousands of chickens and ducks have been culled to prevent its spread.  Local officials have also carried out disinfectant spraying in three areas of Bengkulu Province after a 14-year-old junior high school girl's death was confirmed as being caused by the H5N1 avian influenza virus, Indonesia's Antara news service reported Thursday. The disease has killed thousands of chickens in Kaphaing, Central Bengkulu and Bengkulu city, Emran Kuswadi, a coordinator of the bird flu eradication program, said.

Bird flu virus has spread to at least 30 urban neighborhoods in Bengkulu city, he said.
The death of the school girl in Central Java was confirmed by district health officials, who said tests on body fluids showed she had been infected with the virus.  

"I am opposed to any form of tyranny over the mind of man."  Thomas Jefferson


Swine Flu Pandemic Has Ended
August 12, 2010
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Jakarta:  The Ministry of Health (Kemenkes) remains vigilant despite the fact that the World Health Organization or WHO has declared that the pandemic virus H1N1 (swine flu) has expired. Readiness of the virus was also applied at the level of hospitals and health centers in districts and municipalities.

Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health (P2PL) Kemenkes Tjandra Yoga Aditama explained that the end of the pandemic does not mean an end to attacks swine flu virus in Indonesia. According to him, the entire medical community must stay alert.

"There is no unequal treatment. All will be equal (to stay alert, Red)," he said when contacted Tjandra Postal Java yesterday (11 / 8).

According to him, now the only difference is in handling the illness.  If earlier H1N1 suspect patients were given special treatment, patients will now be handled like ordinary flu.

"No priority treatment.  Now patients can be handled in the centers.  RS is only as a reference," he said.

Post-pandemic, said Tjandra, each hospital that provides isolation care rooms for H1N1 patients would still have a schedule of training and simulation, handling of swine flu.

"That's just in anticipation because the isolation room is also used for the treatment of bird flu," said the lung specialist.  WHO has stopped the swine flu patient data since September 2009.  In Indonesian, there were listed 1097 swine flu sufferers. Ten of them died.

Within this announcement, the WHO Director General Margaret Chan explained that the current global level and different patterns of transmission of H1N1 were observed during a pandemic. Outbreaks no longer occur.  Even so, she said, based on reports, the possibility remains that the virus could still infect the young age group.

"Including, people young and healthy," she said.



"I am opposed to any form of tyranny over the mind of man."  Thomas Jefferson


Swine flu will now be handled as regular flu in Indonesia.
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Suspect Pig Flu Currently It Was Considered Like The Normal Patient
Thursday, August 12 2010, 09:53 WIB

Jakarta - The special handling against the patient suspect pig flu or H1N1 currently still was not needed. This matter was done after the WHO decision emergence to end the pandemic of pig flu.

"If beforehand suspect H1N1 is given by the special maintenance now will be handled was proper for the common flu illness," said the Director General of the Control of the Illness and Environmental Sanitation (P2PL) the Ministry of the Health, Tjandra Yoga Aditama, on Wednesday night (11/8 ). He explained, the community health centre side then currently could handle the patient suspect pig flu. The service in the hospital then only was needed as the place of reconciliation.

However Tjandra admitted, the vigilance action towards this virus continued to be carried out. The vigilance was carried out throughout the centre of the health service. "There was no different treatment. All of them will be the same," he exclaimed.

Tjandra explained, only handlings of the illness that distinguished him. During post the pandemic every time RS that provided space of the patient of the maintenance isolation H1N1 continued to be scheduled by the training and the simulation of the handling of pig flu. "That for anticipation then. Because the isolation space will also be used for the maintenance of bird flu," obviously the lung specialist doctor.

WHO stopped the patient's data collection that was attacked by pig flu since September 2009. In Indonesia personally, was recorded by 1,097 people of the sufferer of pig flu. And ten people including dying.

The Director General of WHO, Margaret Chan, explained, globally the level and the pattern of the spread H1N1 now was seen was different after being observed for the pandemic. The plague of the virus no longer happens.

Was based on results of the report that was recorded, said Margaret, the possibility that this virus could be still spreading the young age group. "Including young and healthy people," he stated.

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Thursday, August 12 2010
The Trader Protest The Reporting Of The Media Kepahiang Regency, Bengkulu Province)
It was related, the news of the chicken was sick circulated in the market

Kepahiang - Yesterday, a group of trader of the Kepahiang Chicken Market put forward the protest on the reporting in various medias, was related to the reporting about the chicken that it was suspected was infected by bird flu that came from the Tangsi Duren Village and the Mekar Sari Village, Kabawetan Subdistrict circulated in the Kepahiang Market.

Disappointment that was shown by the traders the Kepahiang Chicken Market in this case was represented by Buyung (35) said that the news that was published by several newspapers the last few days caused a loss to the chicken trader and automatic made their income decrease or not the behaviour was sold. Actually, was caused by the resident was increasingly frightened of buying the chicken.

"Yesterday was read by us in the news, if the chicken that ought to be destroyed in the Tangsi Duren Village was lost and was it was suspected sold in the market, this that made consume the chicken especially the nonpedigreed chicken kind became frightened of buying the chicken, so was lost by us just because the news," protested Buyung that was supported by a group of friend of his professional colleague.

It was further that the colleague of Buyung namely Ujang also explained about the chicken that was sold by them in the healthy situation and was not any the chicken that was sick, "Much less being affected by Bird Flu, the just tired chicken not there are those that was sold, all of them healthy. Yesterday will have had the inspection from the Livestock Service in this market. Results not even one the chicken that was found in the condition was sick, why was yesterday the reporting like that, the chicken that was sold by us this was the chicken produced by our livestock personally, if also bought from our resident also checked the chicken that will be bought by us before, if having the sign of was sick then will not be bought by us," said Ujang.

In the meantime, the Kepahiang Livestock Service side continued to make an effort to carry out the eradication of the bird flu illness along with the prevention of his spreading, although the extermination he admitted most were refused by the resident because not the existence of compensation.

"It was true, there was no dispensation compensation for the poultry that will be eradicated, but preferably the resident was participating in severing the spreading link of this dangerous virus, this also was useful to all the communities, lest this virus spread the area but also infected humankind," appeal Head of Sector Health Service of Livestock Breeding.

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The Time 15 Days, 304 Poultries Died Suddenly (Central Bengkulu)
Thursday, August 12 2010 20:42:06

This poultry was spread in five subdistricts respectively the Taba Penanjung Subdistrict precisely the Taba Penanjung Village. The Merigi Kelindang subdistrict to be precise in the Pagar Agung Village, Talang Four Subdistrict to be precise in the Lagan Village, Kembang Seri and Taba Pasma. Then, Pagar Jati subdistrict to be precise in the Layang Lekat Village, as well as Pondok Kelapa Subdistrict was in the Pasar Pedati Village and Kembang Ayun.

The Livestock, Fishery and Marine Service head, Durani, S.Pi, said in data collection that was carried out by the Participation Deases Surveylance Response team (PDSR) named 5 villages positive suspect bird flu namely Taba Penanjung Village, Taba Penanjung Subdistrict, Lagan Village, Taba Pasma Village, Kembang Seri Village, Talang Four Subdistrict and Pasar Pedati Village, Pondok Kelapa Subdistrict. "Results rapid test bird flu clear 4 villages in Benting, suspect bird flu," said Durani.

Was said, the plague of this bird flu was expected has plagued to the resident of Kembang Seri, Ha (37) and Taba Pasma NR (25). Luckily was at once handled by the Community Health Center side, so as this sign did not endanger the health of the community and spread to the other resident. "Information that we received had two residents who were affected by the sign of bird flu, but could be handled the local Community Health Centre," said Durani.

However the resident was asked to continue to be on the alert, to not become the spreading target of this dangerous flu. If having the chicken at surrounding village died suddenly, it was hoped could report to the village side and the subdistrict to be carried out by the further monitoring.

"I hoped to the resident, if having the chicken that died suddenly should not be just quiet. Immediately reported to Kades and the Subdistrict Side. Several the previous day sent the circular to the subdistrict side and the Village, concerning was ready preceptive fast bird flu," stressed Durani.

Said by Durani, the Distanakkan side proaktif handled this dangerous plague. Apart from carrying out counselling to the community, immediately carried out spraying of disinfectant. Further carried out the extermination if finding the positive poultry bird flu. "With help of the PDSR team, was carried out by us the extermination of the poultry suspeck bird flu, spraying of disinfectant and counselling," was like this Durani.

Just to note, 304 tails of the poultry that died suddenly happened in 8 locations. Taba village penanjung 21 tails, Pagar Jati Village 72 tails, Kembang Seri Village 31 tails, Kembang Ayun Village 50 tails, Lagan Village 20 tails, Layang Lekat 70 tails, Pasar Pedati 30 tails and Taba Pasma 245 tails.

One Negative Patient
In the meantime, the condition 2 patients suspect bird flu till Wednesday (11/8 ) were still being treated in Isolation Space Kemuning RSUD M. Yunus continued to improve. Results of the test in the Laboratory of Litbangkes Jakarta against blood and swab the throat liquid of one of the patients, P (19) the resident of the Lempuing Village has gone out. Results? The patient was stated by the negative (was not affected) bird flu.

"Results of the test against blood and swab the P throat liquid already we received, although still took the form of the SMS (the short message through the telephone cellular,red) and results of the negative. Our decision, the patient contracted the sign of the infection of the lungs (Pneumunia). So not bird flu," said Director RSUD M Yunus Bengkulu Dr. Zulman Zuri Amran through Kasi the Medic's Service Treat Street and Especially Dr.H.Syafriadi, MM to RB in his office yesterday.

Revealed by Syafriadi, the patient P previously was stated as suspect bird flu because when being reconciled from the Lempuing Community Health Centre the patient experienced the high fever, breathless and had the story of contact with the poultry that suddenly died.

RB observation in the room of his maintenance, P has appeared fresher and has begun to be able to sit in room. Unlike several days previous that only was rolled over limp in room.

In the meantime, one other patient Vi (27) the resident of Kembang Seri Talang Empat, Central Bengkulu (Benteng), till yesterday still was in the room of his maintenance that was neighbouring with the first patient.

According to Syafriadi, after for a night got the maintenance of the condition for the Vi fever has descended, the throat already was not again sick and the breath be fluent in. "To confirm, today (yesterday, red) also was sent by us sample blood and swab the liquid of the patient's throat. In two days usually would we could results," said Syafriadi.

2 Rooms Of Space Kemuning
On the other hand, since spreading the case of the spreading of bird flu extraordinary that caused the chicken to die suddenly in the Bengkulu City and Bengkulu Tengah (Benteng), the side RSUD M. Yunus make preparations towards the possibility infect him the virus H5N1 this to humankind.

These preparations covered the medicine, the medical staff, but also the special room was allocated for the affected patient the virus spread this. In this Kemuning Room was provided 2 rooms, respectively 2 beds.

"For medicine supplies indeed has been since the case of bird flu spread almost all the cities in Indonesia some time ago. Whereas the nurse's power will be empowered by the nurse that was in the Kemuning space personally, so as to not have the special nurse only to treat the patient suspect bird flu. For his doctor also was adapted to the requirement for the patient, the example of the child's patient yes had his paediatrician. All that handled the patient will be given special protective clothes," explained Syafriadi.

Syafriadi suggested if having the resident who experienced the high fever continually minimal in 2 days, the cough, breathless, pain to the throat, the body was felt limp but also had the story of contact with the chicken died suddenly so that immediately visited the closest community health centre.

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Due Diligence the Best Weapon Against a Silent Killer
August 13, 2010
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Despite only very few cases of avian influenza being identified in the city this year, the administration is warning residents of the possibility of a future outbreak.  The head the city's Agriculture, Maritime and Animal Husbandry Agency, Jawilhija, said recent screenings of poultry samples in the city showed that 70 percent tested positive to bird flu.

"Seventy percent of samples taken from the faeces of thousands of birds were avian flu positive, even though the birds appeared healthy," she told The Jakarta Post.

Jawilhija said it did not pose a danger to humans as long as the meat was cooked well.
Jakarta was one flash point of the country's avian flu outbreaks in the last five years, hosting 44 cases of the nationwide total of 162 last year, according to the WHO.
This year, there have been two cases in the city, with the latest involving a 34-year-old woman from South Jakarta, who died early July.

"We have to be aware that avian flu is still in the city. Bird owners should not let their pets roam about in the neighborhood and should have them certificated," Jawilhija said.

The administration has issued a poultry restriction bylaw that regulates poultry distribution in the city.  The bylaw includes the requirement of certificates for pet bird owners and the localization of poultry slaughterhouses to six areas on Jakarta's periphery.
The bylaw, however, has yet to be implemented due to widespread public criticism of the plan earlier this year.  One pet bird owner, Rudi Pelung, 42, a resident of Pondok Bambu in East Jakarta, said all his birds, mostly chickens, had been certificated as avian flu-free.

"It is a part of my responsibility as a bird enthusiast. I have to worry about my pets," said Rudi, who owns 25 birds.

He said to get a certificate, officers from the agency would come and check the facilities provided for the birds, the birds themselves and whether they had been vaccinated.  As part of avian flu prevention, Rudi said kept as few birds as possible so they are easy to monitor.

"I make sure their cages are clean and they have proper ventilation and enough sunshine. The chickens should be treated regularly also," he said.

For birds smaller than 1 kilogram, however, vaccination is not recommended because it is ineffective.  Hasan Helmi, who owns 60 pigeons, said he tried to prevent his pets from avian flu by regularly feeding them vitamins and medication.  Every six months their faeces are checked to receive the free avian flu certificates.

"The pigeons are an asset, I have to make sure they are in the best condition,"

According to Jawilhija, her agency has awarded certificates to 30,000 birds across the city.


"I am opposed to any form of tyranny over the mind of man."  Thomas Jefferson


Three regencies in Bengkulu Affected by bird flu
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Three regencies in Bengkulu Affected by bird flu

Bengkulu - Three regencies in Bengkulu province have been Affected by bird flu (avian influenza or H5N1) virus, according to a local official.

Were Kepahiang The three regencies, Central Bengkulu (Fortress) and Bengkulu city, Emran Kuswadi, a coordinator of the bird flu eradication program, said here Thursday (Aug.12).

Thousands of chickens and ducks have been culled so far in order to Prevent the spread of the bird flu virus, he said.

Also local authorities have carried out the disinfectant spray in areas Nowhere Were bird flu cases found.

Bird flu virus has spread at 30 Urban Villages in Bengkulu city. The latest case was found in Tanjung Jaya, Sungai Serut sub-district, Bengkulu city, Nowhere 85 chickens found dead Were Suddenly.

Meanwhile, Some 4.559 Died of chickens have bird flu virus suspectedly over the past two months in Bengkulu.

Some of the chickens Had Died Suddenly due to bird flu virus (H5N1), Emran Kuswadi, bird flu coordinator, disease control, confirmed recently.

Over the past one month in Kepahiang District (Central Bengkulu) and Bengkulu City, 559 chickens Had been confirmed of being infected with bird flu virus and Had Died, he said.

However, 4.000 Others Had Died Suddenly two months ago in Seluma District, Bengkulu Province, but no bird flu virus was confirmed in the poultry's deaths, he said.

Last July 17, 2010, a health official Sukuharjo district in Central Java, has confirmed That the death of 14-year old girl A Few weeks ago Had been caused by bird flu.

The official said samples of the PN's body fluids were Had been sent to the Health Ministry's laboratory in Jakarta for tests and the test results shown Had the junior high-school student Had been positively infected with the bird flu virus.

The victim was a resident of WHO Menjing Village, Had Had contact with a dead chicken before.

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Friday, August 13th, 2010 at 13:29:00
Swine Flu Suspect Considered Normal

JAKARTA --- Patients suspect swine influenza A (H1N1) is now no longer handled specially. Ordinary handling it after the emergence of a decision World Health Organization (WHO) to end the swine flu pandemic.

"Suspect H1N1 patients are now treated like a common cold," said Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health (DG P2PL) The Ministry of Health, Tjandra Yoga Aditama, Wednesday (11 / 8) night.

Swine flu suspect patient care, even already be done by the health center. Hospital (RS) only used as a reference if the health center could not handle it.

Nevertheless, Tjandra said that the virus has still to be carefully watched. Therefore, each hospital that provides patient care isolation room H1N1, it will get training and simulation, handling of swine flu. "That's just in anticipation. Because the isolation room that was also used for the treatment of bird flu, "said Tjandra.

WHO has stopped the patient data that swine flu since September 2009. In Indonesia, there were 1097 people suffering from swine flu, 10 of whom died.

Director General of WHO Margaret Chan, said today the global level and patterns of transmission of H1N1 looks different than when a pandemic. This virus no longer epidemic. But, there is the possibility of infecting people is still young and healthy. C13, ed: harun Husein

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Three Regions Report Bird Flu in Poultry
August 14, 2010
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Jakarta:  Indonesian authorities say three provincial regions have been affected by bird flu and thousands of chickens and ducks have been culled to prevent its spread.  Local officials have also carried out disinfectant spraying in three areas of Bengkulu Province after a 14-year-old junior high school girl's death was confirmed as being caused by the H5N1 avian influenza virus, Indonesia's Antara news service reported Thursday.  The disease has killed thousands of chickens in Kaphaing, Central Bengkulu and Bengkulu city, Emran Kuswadi, a coordinator of the bird flu eradication program, said.  Bird flu virus has spread to at least 30 urban neighborhoods in Bengkulu city, he said.  The death of the school girl in Central Java was confirmed by district health officials, who said tests on body fluids showed she had been infected with the virus.

"I am opposed to any form of tyranny over the mind of man."  Thomas Jefferson

Pigs in Indonesia have Asymptomatic H5N1 Infections
August 14, 2010
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An international team of researchers reports finding asymptomatic H5N1 avian influenza infections in pigs in Indonesia in 2005, 2006, and 2007, suggesting that the animals offer the virus an opportunity to adapt to mammals. The team sampled pigs in several areas of Indonesia during three rainy seasons: January and February 2005, October 2006 to February 2007, and November 2008 to April 2009, according to their early-release report in Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID). They found H5N1 viruses in 52 of 702 samples (7.4%). All the positive samples were collected in the first two seasons and came from areas where poultry outbreaks of H5N1 had occurred. None of the pigs showed signs of flu-like illness at the time of sample collection. A phylogenetic analysis showed that the viruses had been introduced into pigs in Indonesia on at least three occasions. The researchers also found one isolate that had the ability to recognize human-type virus receptors.

"Our data suggest that pigs are at risk for infection during outbreaks of influenza virus A(H5N1) and can serve as intermediate hosts in which the virus can adapt to mammals," they conclude.

"I am opposed to any form of tyranny over the mind of man."  Thomas Jefferson


How to Prevent grip That?
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How to Prevent grip That?
Sunday, August 15, 2010 | 7:10 pm
KOMPAS / Agus Susanto
Starting from the test at the Great Hall of Quality Testing and Certification of Veterinary Drugs (BPMSOH), Serpong, Tangerang, the end of January 2004, certain subtypes of bird flu virus in Indonesia. A number of researchers conducted the last test to determine the virus subtype. The presence of the bird flu virus continues to mutate to be found in pigs and presumably in humans.

By Simon Saragih

KOMPAS.com - "Time for the U.S. and its allies to stop doing the abuse of Indonesia and recognizing the need to reform the delivery system of virus so that developing countries receive real benefits for their participation."

Thus an article written Edward Hammod, U.S. policy researchers, 12 August at Immunocompetent site. He was not willing to accept papers Richard Holbrooke and Laurie Garrett titled''Sovereignty 'That Risks Global Health "in the U.S. daily, the Washington Post, August 10, 2008 edition.

Holbrooke is now the President of the Global Business Coalition on HIV / AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. Previously he was U.S. ambassador to the UN. Garrett is a Pulitzer-winning journalist and senior researcher at the Council on Foreign Relations, U.S..

Holbrooke and Garrett Hammond criticized because of an article criticizing the harsh attitude of sturdy former Health Minister Siti Fadilah Supari. Former Minister of Health refused to surrender the bird flu virus samples, which targeted a number of global pharmaceutical corporation, by reason of it is the right of the sovereign state of Indonesia which is protected in accordance with international law.

Holbrooke and Garrett attacking attitude Siti citing "sovereignty" to give a global health risk. The reason, the bird flu virus in Indonesia that could be transmitted across national borders, spreading the disease globally. The sample finally submitted to the World Health Organization (WHO) by RI.

In essence, Hammond would like to remind the virus through his article that the ownership of any immunity based on state sovereignty. "Clearly, the two authors was mistaken because it ignores just like that, especially, 20 years of time discussing the Convention on Biological Diversity, which along with the various international instruments recognize the sovereignty of a country over genetic resources, including microbes. Viruses, was no exception, is the ownership of genetic resources oeh strengthened the country's sovereignty, whether Holbrooke and Garrett want to admit it or not. "

Hammond reminded, in a discussion about the convention of biological diversity that he was present, and Holbrooke was never involved in discussions. Holbrooke and Garrett was also writes that the WHO has asked the global pharmaceutical companies not to exploit it for commercial purposes genetics.

Why the bird flu virus this issue became prominent in certain circles, observers of genetic resources? "These viruses for vaccine-producing companies are important resources," said Managing Director Biofarma Iskandar, who recently hosted an international conference about the vaccine.

Hammond admits, though there are issues of sovereignty, transfer of viruses can be carried out sampling scheme based on the material transfer agreement (MTA). Based on the MTA, submission of samples of viruses just for the sake of research, not development to commercialization.

Writing WHO website, a new vaccine for the H5N1 strain combinations have been developed by the WHO Collaborating Center for the Surveillance, Epidemiology and Control of Influenza at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (WHO CC), Atlanta, USA, with ingredients from A/Egypt/2321 -NAMRU3/2007.

Obtained patents

Namru is an abbreviation of the U.S. Naval Research Unit Medica, who is also doing business in Indonesia. WHO expressed gratitude to the Egyptian Health Ministry who are willing to hand over virus samples. The New England Journal of Medicine published Baxter International Inc., which is listed on stock exchanges in New York, USA, produces the vaccine candidate from the body neutralize the H5N1 virus, related to bird flu.

Hammond wrote in his article, which rejected the Washington Post, that the evidence appears contradictory. Although the WHO confirms the results do not happen commercialization virus research, in fact, some companies have patents registered in the U.S. and international patent agencies on hundreds of genetic sequence of H5N1, which has been freely submitted by Indonesia and other countries.

One vaccine by using strains in Vietnam has obtained a patent license. "These companies intend to make a profit from the sale of vaccines and Indonesia and other countries do not receive anything," says Hammond.

There are five large corporate pharmaceutical world, the Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, GSK, Novartis and Sanofi-Aventis, in addition to Wyatt. Not mentioned whether this company is profitable also included.

In addition to the delivery problem pergelutan virus samples, pharmaceutical corporations, and global non-pharmaceutical presence also realize the great benefits of the forests in developing countries, including Amazon.

Raintree Nutrition, a U.S. company on its Web site detailing about the positive benefits of forest products for pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical industry.

Corporate responsibility

Observers of the wealth of biological experts like Jim Chamberlain, Robert Bush and AL Hammett in his article entitled "Non-Timber Forest Products" poured benefits of forest products and U.S. corporate profits earned from the exploitation of biological richness of tropical forests.

All this reminds us of the Economics Nobel Prize-winning article in 2001, Joseph E Stiglitz, titled "Scrooge and Intellectual Property Rights" in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), December 23, 2006.

He wrote that the Uruguay round in 1995 moved to establish a World Trade Organisation (WTO), which applies to U.S. style intellectual property rights in all countries. This aims to reduce access to generic drugs and succeeded. As a result, billions of people could not afford medicines they need because they have to pay patent .... This is also supported by WHO.

Sad increasingly more by reading an article dated June 1, 2006 "Neoliberalism and the Environmental in Latin America", which essentially impose liberalization in Latin America, where free enterprise penetrated the forests of Latin America which then displaces the Amazon forests. Diana M Liverman and Silvina Vilas from Oxfor University, England, on December 31, 2008 presents the worst examples of liberalization for the biological richness of Latin America.

This makes the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, has sued the global corporate responsibility through the analysis in the paper entitled "The Struggle for Corporate Accountability." Assessed global corporations only think about profit without the payoff for developing countries.

The problem is no longer whether we should believe it or not, about the hidden hands of corporate globalization in which berbalutkan mendompleng market mechanism and globalization.

The problem now is how we must protect our biological riches from the advancing globalization of the pendompleng found not only after the mineral wealth, but also to the viruses and microbes. According to Hammond, who monitors China's strict manipulation cases like that now strengthen self-defense.

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Projects for handling bird flu in Indonesia
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Kranji Clothing Hygiene Market Predicate
Monday, August 16, 2010 18:18 pm
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BEKASI - MI: Kranji Market which is a traditional market in Bekasi city designated as a pilot hygiene market by the local municipal government in implementing the cuts, sale and processing of livestock waste properly and healthy.

Head of Animal Husbandry, Department of the People's Economy Bekasi, Edy Kadarusman in Bekasi, Monday (16 / 8), said officials in that market now and sellers have adopted the concept of hygiene at each of their cattle and livestock are marketed.

"The market is expected to be able to increase the consumption of meat because of fears of residents against the sale of unfit meat consumption is reduced," he said.

The existence of hygiene market is a request from the UN world food agency (FAO), which followed up by the National Commission for Avian Influenza by establishing that market. In the current market, sellers and cutting animals wear special form of aprons and hats, using sterile equipment and no place to quarantine animals.

In the hygiene market, the cattle being sold must be declared completely healthy and cutting is also done correctly. Edi compare when the bloom issue snoring cow disease meat sales to shrink, so does the proliferation of bird flu issues associated with chicken meat.

He said, beef and chicken is needed by the human body in certain quantities to be consumed regularly. With a variety of proteins that are possessed, consumed meat in the right dosage can make the body healthy and fit.

Edi said that in a healthy and hygienic poultry markets, the slaughterhouses, removal of feathers, and waste water will no longer be found scattered about and everything is arranged properly. He said cases of bird flu infections in housing and housing that have cattle from time to time continue to decline, but there are indications of disease transmission occurred in the traditional market which is less hygienic.

"In a few cases of bird flu, after the capture of livestock around the house turned out to all the victims and the alleged negative cattle transmission occurs when the victim shopping at the market," he said.

A resident town of Bekasi, Rodiah confessed love to build hygienic livestock market.

He states often worry about buying beef or chicken because the condition that looks less fresh and pemotongannya way that is not necessarily in accordance with Shari'a religious.

When you buy meat at the supermarket, he is also worried about eating meat that had been cut in a long time and the great variety of diseases in cattle, such as nails and mouth disease, mad cow, and anthrax. (Ant/OL-2)

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Edition: Monday, August 16, 2010, Hal.IX
Karanganyar be a pilot project AI

Karanganyar (Espos) A total of 25 experts included in the training program, or bird flu avian influenza (AI) in Semarang, Saturday (14 / 8).

It was related to the appointment of district as a pilot project Karanganyar AI national level.

All officers who are sent from the Department of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries (Disnakkan), ranging from agency heads to district officials. Head Disnakkan Karanganyar District, Muh Hatta, said officer training of whom is the Head of Division (Head) Health, four veterinarians, and two officers in the data collection.

"While the other participants drawn from 17 districts. They would later become officers or enumerators spearheading efforts to prevent bird flu in their respective areas, "said Muh Hatta met reporters in his office at the local Disnakkan Office, last week.

Hatta explained that overall there were eight districts / cities in four provinces are appointed by the central government to become a pilot project AI. In Central Java province, in addition Karanganyar District, the area which has also received a similar mandate from the Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) that Klaten and Boyolali.

He added that three different provinces are given the same task from the central province of Lampung, West Java province (West Java), and the Province of East Java (East Java). In Lampung Province, is designated the District of North Lampung and South Lampung Regency.

"Then to Jabar, there are two local governments, ie District and City of Tasikmalaya Tasikmalaya. And lastly in East Java, there is only one area, namely the Kediri regency, "he said.

Hatta added that the training of all participants are given special training about the efforts and strategies for prevention and response to AI. According to him, with the latest policies, goals AI are currently more focused on the livestock sector, the third with a total cattle population ranges between 5,000 to 25,000 ind. - By: try

In memory of pogge: Peace, order and good government, eh?
[If we want it, we'll have to work at it.]


Articles from dbg:
from dbg:

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Written by Antara -- Saturday, August 14 2010
Sintang Lack Supplies Of The Day Old Chicken [West Kalimantan]

"Chick supplies took the form of DOC (Day Old Chicken) in Sintang that usually from Singkawang is restricted while our breeder was not allowed to take directly the chick from the supplier in the Javanese Island," explained the Head of the Livestock Field Service Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries Sintang, Wiryono in Sintang, on Thursday.

Uptil now said he, DOC supplies Sintang still depended on Singkawang and Pontianak moreover there was circulation from the government if the area might not at once take the chick from the Javanese island.

"Therefore we yesterday has delivered to the province if could Sintang get exemption to bring in direct from Java," he explained.

That was undertaken he said because of readiness from the breeders personally and as the centre from the territory of Timir West Kalimantan, not rare the chicken meat the Sintang production in Distribute for the other regency like Melawi and even Kapuas Hulu. "Therefore we asked that the requirement for the Sintang chick could be satisfied," he explained.

He explained, the requirement for the piece chicken in Sintang reached 1.4-1.5 million tails each year. "The requirement will be increasingly high when public holidays of piety," he revealed.

Now said he, to satisfy the requirement for the breeder, Sintang in fact needed chick supplies around 500 boxes per the week and at this time just could be filled 300 boxes each week. "This means that had the lack 200 boxes and if we were agreed took direct from Java then I think in the future the price of the piece chicken would again normal," he explained.

He said in Sintang, there was the poultry farm businessman along with his plasma breeder who weekly needed 100 boxes of DOC. "There is that usually 50 boxes weekly now only could 10 boxes, clear this was very influential towards the shortage of chicken supplies," said he.

Could not be ignored said he, there were the perpetrators of the initiating market satisfied the local requirement by bringing the piece chicken from several areas including Pontianak that some time before was said in positive bird flu. "Therefore Pontianak should selective guarded in order to not have the chicken that went out, if arrive in Sintang we will have difficulty tracing him. Our efforts most only carried out the checking and if having the matter that aroused suspicion against the chicken then we will at once take the action," he added.

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Bengkulu: The Community Was Appealed To To Guard Against Bird Flu
Sunday, August 15 2010 02:07

Jakarta, 15/8 (SIGAP) the Co-ordinator Bird Flu of Provinsi Bengkulu, Emran Kuswadi appealed to the Bengkulu City community to continue to guard against the threat of the bird flu virus.

According to Emran, the spreading of the deadly illness continued to spread in this area.

"We asked the Bengkulu City community to continue to guard against the bird flu threat although in two days not yet was found another case," said Emran Kuswadi, in Bengkulu, on Saturday (14/8 ).

According to him, until this, already 33 districts in the Bengkulu City infected bird flu. The spreading of this illness resulted in at least 4,500 chickens and the duck belonging to the resident in 33 districts being forced to be destroyed in order to not develop to the other area.

Moreover, one resident it was suspected was affected by bird flu, and a person was still undergoing the maintenance intensively in the Public Hospital (RSU) M. Yunus Bengkulu. The resident that indicated was suspected the bird flu came from the Lempuing Village, Ratu Samban Subdistrict, Bengkulu City.

"So, although the plague of bird flu in the Bengkulu City began to subside, but the resident continued to guard against this illness. If found had the resident's chicken died suddenly immediately it was reported to his side and the Livestock Service local, so as in the area of the place was found by the chicken died was carried out by spraying," he said.

In the meantime, Section Head Livestock and the Health of the Animal of Province Bengkulu, Irianto Abdullah said, since the plague emergence of bird flu in the Bengkulu City his side stopped chicken supplies from Padang, West Sumatra.

Official Livestock and the Health of the Animal of Province Bengkulu also asked for the owner of poultry farm efforts so that always cleaned his pen, so as the chicken not infected bird flu.

"I hoped all the effort and the community of the piece poultry farm that had the kept poultry in order to continue to maintain the cleanliness of the pen, so as the chicken not infected this deadly illness," he said.

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