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H5N1 Cases (Sep 1, 2013 ...)

by: AlohaOR

Sat Oct 19, 2013 at 18:09:10 PM EDT

Last updated April 7, 2014

Previous case tables:
H5N1 cases from Sept. 1, 2012 - Aug. 31, 2013

H5N1 cases from Sept. 1, 2011 - Aug. 31, 2012

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H5N1 Case Table (2011-2012 season)

by: AlohaOR

Tue Dec 18, 2012 at 23:23:10 PM EST

This is the table of WHO-confirmed H5N1 cases with symptom onset from Sept. 1, 2011 through Aug. 31, 2012.

The new case table beginning Sept. 2, 2012 is here.

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H5N1 Cases (Sep 1, 2012 - Aug. 31, 2013)

by: AlohaOR

Wed Jun 06, 2012 at 23:46:28 PM EDT

Last updated October 7, 2013

The previous H5N1 International diary is here

The table of WHO-confirmed H5N1 cases from Sept. 1, 2011 - Aug. 31, 2012 is here.

Diary for cases from Sept. 1, 2013 on is here.

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H5N1 International Diary 2

by: Bronco Bill

Tue Feb 21, 2012 at 15:36:40 PM EST

With recent cases of H5N1 occurring in people in several countries, including China, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Zimbabwe, and Egypt, it has been hard to keep track of all the case developments.  This diary will be devoted exclusively to people with H5N1.

The previous H5N1 International diary is here

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H5N1 International

by: History Lover

Fri Jan 20, 2012 at 08:06:47 AM EST

With recent cases of H5N1 occurring in people in several countries, including China, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Zimbabwe, and Egypt, it has been hard to keep track of all the case developments.  This diary will be devoted exclusively to people with H5N1.

New H5N1 International diary is here

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PT. 3-New Case in Indon.; Case Info. Sum.: Air Batu Susp. Cluster; Aug 10-?

by: bgw in MT

Wed Aug 13, 2008 at 15:10:15 PM EDT

I am  giving the Air Batu suspected cluster case it's own diaries, because the articles and information available are so extensive. I have decided that the most useful way I can do this is to post all the Air Batu stories here in the order that they were posted on the wiki, and use bold and/or significant passages as they occur. This should enable a quick scan read, and yet the text of the stories will be preserved so it will be possible to read the whole article if necessary.

I use the WYSIWG editor on my posts, since they take so much formatting. This editor is pretty cranky. It will not truncate (shorten) links, so many links I am splitting into two lines. You can use the links by copying and pasting and taking out the blank space between.

 

AIR BATU CLUSTER: Part3

Note: long links may be broken into two lines.


NAMES:

The following died:

 Misnan (54) died (July 20), Gunawan fortune (5) died (Aug 2), and Yosi Tigo Sijati (6) died (Aug 4), Armansyah still could not confirm whether or not they were attacked by bird flu.

Most of the patients that were suspected A1 and were undergoing treatment in the hospital were in RSU Kisaran, each one had a name, Beautiful Purnama Sari (4), Ujang Suprianto (38), Supriati (23), Retno Ayu Pertiwi (5), Rama Agus Setiawan (2), Sudirah (36), Misniah (35), Rindi Meilani (8), Darsiyem (32), and Dewiyanti (5) .

Two other suspect casualties were treated in RSUP H Adam Malik Medan, M. Sani Mufli (8 months) and Fadhilah Hanum (7).

RESIDENCE:  Village IV the Air Batu Village 39,Kecamatan Water of Batu,Kabupaten Asahan,Sumatera North (North Sumatra)

HOSPITALS:
  The majority of the suspects were in Asahan district's Kisaran hospital and the remaining two were sent to Adam Malik.

RELATIONSHIPS:  Slamet Riyadi (31) is the mother of MS. [Note: other sources say that Slamet or Selamet is only the mother of MS, the baby. Other articles say the two children are of the same family (could be cousins) or are neighbors.]

The three people that died were members of one family.

DATES OF ONSET:  not reported

OUTCOMES:  Three died without testing: three family members, Misman (7), Igo (4) and Riski (6) died within a week.

"The three casualties experienced the signs similar to bird flu, such as a high fever, accompanied by breathlessness and coughing.  Ms Riski, who it was suspected also was infected with bird flu, was still being treated in the Kisaran Public Hospital. While the Igo family and several other residents fled to other villages, because they were frightened of becoming casualties.  The casualty's family (the one who) died as a result of the assumption of bird flu in Shavings, North Sumatra, submitted (reported) the incident that struck their family.  Officially the Asahan Regional Health Government denied that the three casualties died as a result of bird flu. However, the Shavings Health Service opened a Prevention Command Post."

All the other patients recovered and returned home.

Three new suspects have entered the hospital.
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