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Titre: Egypte/Minufiyah/Femme 18a DCD 04/2006 - CAS 12 OMS
Posté par: alain le 11 avril 2006 à 10:59:35
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060411/wl_nm/birdflu_egypt_dc

 Egypt finds 12th human bird flu case 1 hour, 13 minutes ago
 


CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt has found its 12th case of human bird flu, Health and Population Minister Hatem el-Gabali said in comments published late on Monday.
l'egypte a trouvé son douxieme cas de GA lundi dernier
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The latest case was an 18-year-old woman from a province north of Cairo who caught the virus after handling infected birds, the state MENA news agency quoted Gabali and ministry officials saying.
le dernier cas etait une jeune femme de 18 ans d'une province au nord du caire qui a attrapé le virus appres avoir pris des poulets infectés

The ministry said the woman was in a stable condition and members of her family were being tested for infection.

"She is being given Tamiflu, the necessary treatment for battling bird flu," a ministry official said, referring to the anti-viral medication thought to be the best method of fighting bird flu in humans.
elle est sous traitement de tamiflu le medicament necessaire pour battre la GA
The deadly H5N1 strain has so far killed three people in Egypt, according to the government. A further five have made full recoveries and four remain in hospital.

The     World Health Organization (WHO), which carries out additional tests after initial government testing, has confirmed four of Egypt's total cases including two of the deaths.

The disease, which has killed at least 109 people worldwide, has spread rapidly since 2003 from Asia to Europe, the Middle East and Africa. While mainly affecting animals, scientists fear the disease could mutate into a form that can pass between humans, sparking a pandemic.

    Bird flu was detected in birds in Egypt in February and the first human infection was reported in mid-March. The WHO has said it is concerned about the disease's human toll in a relatively short period of time.

Women, who make up all three of Egypt's fatalities, are often responsible for slaughtering and cooking domestic poultry, and the government has called for more awareness about bird flu among women to protect themselves and their families.
Titre: confirmation quatrieme cas par WHO
Posté par: alain le 13 avril 2006 à 22:12:36
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1143498852442&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

Apr. 13, 2006 23:36
Report: Fourth person dies of bird flu in Egypt
By JPOST.COM STAFF
           

The Egyptian Health Ministry has reported a fourth death from bird flu, CNN reported Thursday night.

The victim was reported to be an 18-year-old woman from a province north of Cairo.

Final confirmation that her death was the result of bird flu will have to come from the World Health Organization
confirmation finale de sa mort dans le resultat venant de WHO
Titre: femme de 18 ans 12ème cas
Posté par: anne le 14 avril 2006 à 05:36:33
Avian influenza – situation in Egypt - update 4

13 April 2006

The Ministry of Health in Egypt has informed WHO of the country’s 12th case of human infection with the H5N1 avian influenza virus. The patient is an 18-year-old girl from the northern governorate of Minufiyah. She developed symptoms on 5 April and was hospitalized on 11 April. She remains hospitalized in stable condition. As with all other cases in Egypt, her infection has been linked to direct contact with diseased birds.

Samples from the patient tested positive for H5N1 infection in the country's Central Public Health Laboratory and the Cairo-based US Naval Medical Research Unit 3 (NAMRU-3).

Of the 12 cases in Egypt, three have died and four remain hospitalized. Five patients have fully recovered and been discharged from hospital.

f 18 ans
symptomes le 5/04..hopital le 11
condition stable
contact direct oiseaux ( oms ce jour ) ils ne disent pas quelle est morte ( retard dans la mise en ligne ?)

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