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Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 13 août 2006 à 19:16:00
Surveillance avienne de grippe dans l'humain
Comme chez 12 août 2006.
Bureau de l'épidémiologie, département de controle des maladies, ministère de santé publique




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I. Grippe avienne dans la situation humaine 2006

 

Depuis 1 janvier 2006 août à 12, 2006, le bureau de l'épidémiologie a reçu des rapports des cas de grippe ou de pneumonie dans le réseau avien de surveillance de grippe des bureaux régionaux provinciaux de bureaux de santé et de controle et de commande de la maladie. La recherche et l'analyse ont été récapitulées comme suit :

Le nombre cumulatif des patients sous surveillance sont 3.549 affaires 70 provinces.
 Aujourd'hui les rapports sont 46 cas ; Neuf cas de Phichit, 8 de Phitsanulok, 5 forment Nonthaburi, 4 d'Uthai Thani, 3 de Loei, 2 d'Uttradit, Samut Prakan, Saraburi, métropole de Bangkok, Kampaengphet et Nong Khai, et 1 de Kanchanaburi, de Suphanburi, de Nan, de Tak et de ROI et.
Cas humain confirmé de cas aviens de la grippe 2006 = 2, avec 2 cas de la mort.
·   Le premier cas de  mort, rapporté de la province de Phichit, zone de Tabklo est un homme de 17 ans . Il a eu le début 15 juillet 2006 et mort 24 juillet 2006.
·  Le deuxième cas de mort, rapporté de la province d'Uthai Thani, zone de Sawang Arom homme de 27 ans . Il a eu le début 24 juillet 2006 et mort 3 août 2006.
Il y a 311 cas suspects rapportés, dont résultat d'attente de laboratoire.
Conclusion :

·   En 2005, il y a 5 cas humains confirmés de grippe avienne, avec 2 cas de la mort.

·   En 2006, il y a 2 cas morts humains confirmés de grippe avienne.

 

II. Situation internationale de grippe avienne, www.who.int

L'OMS rapportent en bref : Depuis 2004, à 9 août 2006, il y avait eu 236 cas rapportés confirmés par H5N1, avec les 138 décès dans 10 pays ; Le Vietnam 93 cas avec les 42 décès ; 24 cas avec les 16 décès en Thaïlande ; 56 cas avec les 44 décès en Indonésie ; Six cas morts confirmés au Cambodge ; 20 cas avec les 13 décès en Chine ; 13 cas avec les 4 décès en Turquie ; Deux cas morts confirmés en Irak ; 8 cas avec les 5 décès en Azerbaïdjan ; 14 cas avec les 6 décès en Egypte ; et un cas confirmé à Djibouti. (tableau 1)

 http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_060812.html
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 15 août 2006 à 10:56:48
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 14, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 14, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 3,671 cases 71 provinces. Today reports are 42 cases; Thirteen cases from Sukho Thai, 7 from Nakhonsawan, 6 each from Uthai Thani and Phichit, 4 from Phitsanulok, 2 from Kampaengphet, and 1 each from Chainat, Lampun, Phayao, and Uttradit.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 178 suspect cases reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.

 

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_060814.html
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Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 16 août 2006 à 20:31:43
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 15, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 15, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 3,769 cases(3671) 71 provinces(71). Today reports are 98 cases(42); Twenty-two cases(33) from Sukho Thai, 10 from Phitsanulok,(4) 9 from Nongkhai(2), 8 from Phichit,(6) 7 from Nakhonsawan(7), 6 from Suphanburi(1), 5 from Nonthaburi(5), 4 each from Prachinburi and Lampun(1), 3 each from Bangkok metropolis(2), Lopburi and Amnatchareon, 2 each from Lampang and Ubonratchathani, and 1 each from Pathum Thani, Angthong, Kanchanaburi(1), Samutprakarn(2), Chanthaburi, Chiangmai, Nan(1), Phetchaburi and Kampaengphet(2).
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 210 suspect cases reported,(178) of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_060815.html
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Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 17 août 2006 à 13:01:02
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 16, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health

Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 16, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 3,856 cases (3769au 15/08/06,3671 au 14/08/06,3549 au12/08/06)71 provinces(70 au 12/08/06). Today reports are 88 cases(98 au 15/08/06,42 au 18/08/06,46 au 12/08/06); Seventeen cases from Sukho Thai (22 au 15/08/06,30 au 14/08/06, 8 from Nakhonsawan (7au 15 et 14/08/06, 7 each from Phitsanulok (10 au15/08/06,4 au14/08/06 ), 7 Phichit (8 au 15/08/06,6 au 14/08/06 )and 7 Suphanburi (6 au 15/08/06,1 au 12/08/06 ), 6 from Uttharadit (1 au 14/08/06, 2 au 12/08/06 ), 5 from Loei( 3 au 12/08/06 ) , 4 each from Nongkhai (9 au15/08/06,2 au 12/08/06 and  4 Kampaengphet (1 au 15/08/06,2 au 14/08/06 ), 3 from Nonthaburi, (5 au 15 et 12/08/06 2 each for Bangkok metropolis (3 au 15/08/06, 2 au 12/08/06 ),  2 Pathumthani (1 au 15/08/06 ), 2  Lopburi (3 au 15/08/06 ),  2 Uthathani (6 au 14/08/06 ), 2 Khonkaen and 2 Amnatcharoen (3 au 15/08/06 ), and 1 each from Ayutthaya, 1 Chainat (1 au 14/08/06 ), Samutsakorn, 1 Phetchaburi (1 au 15/08/06 ), Phetchabun, Prachaub Kirikhan, Sakonnakhon and Chumporn.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 182 suspect cases reported (210 au 15/08/06,178 au 14/08/06,311 au 12/08/06 ), of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.

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Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 17 août 2006 à 17:17:33
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triangle: mort humain
carré: foyer animaux
etoile  :humains suspects au 16/08/06
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: anne le 17 août 2006 à 17:22:40
WAOUH,  tu fais comment pour faire ca ?? :hello:
c'est pas croyable..
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 17 août 2006 à 19:58:09
quand on n'est pas doué en informatique( comme moi... :ptcab: )
il ne te reste plus que le système D (shl 78 on ne se moque pas de moi. :hello: ):

-tu cherche  d'abord sur le web une carte ¨.
-une fois que tu la trouvée tu fait" fichier" "imprimé".
-tu refait une photocopie de ta carte à la dimension voulu pas trop grde pour le forum(appuyes sur 13x18 de ton imprimante)
-tu écrits se que tu veux sur ta carte .
-tu scan  ta nouvelle carte avec tes modifs écrites
-quand elle apparait dans ton ordi tu fait "fichier ""enregistrer sous..."
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: niceam le 17 août 2006 à 21:44:30
je me disais bien qu'une petite femme verte ça devait avoir des ressources ! bjrtt
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: anne le 18 août 2006 à 06:40:04
on devrait le mettre dans la section " les trucs pour s'en sortir..."
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 18 août 2006 à 09:36:59
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 17, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 17, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 3,922 cases 71 provinces. Today reports are 66 cases(88 cas au16/08/06 ); Fifteen cases from Phichit (7 cas au 16/08/06) :ambulance: , 11 from Sukho Thai (14 cas au 16/08/06 ), 7 from Nonthaburi (3 cas au 16/08/06 ), 5 from Phetchabun (1 cas au16/08/06 ), 4 each from Phitsanulok (7cas au 16/08/06 ) and 4 Nongkhai, 3 each from Chainat (1 cas au 16/08/06 ) and 3 Nakhonsawan (8 cas 16/08/06 ), 2 each from Nongbua Lambhu, 1 each for Bangkok metropolis (2 cas au 16/08/06 ), 1 Ayutthaya, 1  kanchanaburi, 1 Srakaew,  1 Lambun ( 4 cas au 15/08/06 ), 1 Lampang (2 cas au 15/08/06 ),  1 Khonkaen (2 cas au 16/08/06 ), and 1 Phuket.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 182 suspect cases reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.
http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_060817.html
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Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 21 août 2006 à 09:35:07
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 18, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 18, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 4,023 cases 71 provinces. Today reports are 103 cases; Twenty cases from Sukho Thai, 15 from Buri Ram, 12 from Nakhon Sawan, 9 from Suphanburi, 8 from Chai Nat, 4 from Nonthaburi, 3 each from Kanchanaburi, Uttaradit, Tak, Phichit and Phetchabun, 2 each from Pathum Thani, Bangkok metropolis, Lopburi, Phitsanulok, Surin and Loei, 1 each from Prachup Khi Ri Khan, Samut Prakan, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Kamphaeng Phet, Sakon Nakhon, Khon Kaen and Roi Et.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 182 suspect cases reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 21 août 2006 à 10:01:21
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 19, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 19, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 4,061 cases 71 provinces. Today reports are 40 cases; Seven cases from Suphanburi and Pathum Thani, 5 from Uthai Thani, 4 from Sukho Thai,3 from Phichit, 2 each from Bangkok metropolis, Nonthaburi, Udon Thani, Nong Khai and Khon Kaen, 1 each from Angthong, Lopburi, Singburi and Uttaradit.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 182 suspect cases reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 21 août 2006 à 10:14:50
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 20, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 20, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 4,077 cases 71 provinces. Today reports are 16 cases; Nine cases from Sukho Thai (4 cas au 19/08/06 ), 3 each from Uttaradit (1 cas au 19/08/06 ) and 3 Uthai Thani (5 cas au 19/08/06 ), and 1 from Phichit (3 cas au 19/08/06 ).
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 89 suspect cases reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.

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http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_060820.html
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 22 août 2006 à 10:58:03
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 21, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 21, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 4,156 cases 71 provinces. Today reports are 79 cases; Eighteen cases from Phitsa Nulok, 10 from Lamphun, 6 from Suphanburi, 5 each from Kanchanaburi and Sukho Thai :ambulance:  :ambulance:  :ambulance: , 4 each from Bangkok metropolis, Phichit  :ambulance:  :ambulance:  :ambulance: and Phetchabun, 3 each from Nonthaburi, Saraburi, Chachengsao and Chiang Mai, 2 from Uthai Thani :ambulance:  :ambulance: , and 1 from Prathum thani, Chai Nat, Samut Sakhon, Uttaradit, :ambulance: :ambulance:  :ambulance:   Kampaeng Phet, Loei, Buri Ram, Mukdahan and Annatcharoen.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 100 suspect cases reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.
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Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 23 août 2006 à 17:48:18
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 22, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 22, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 4,231 cases 71 provinces. Today reports are 74 cases; Eight cases from Kanchanaburi, 7 from Sukho Thai  :ambulance:  :ambulance:  :ambulance: , 6 each from Loei and Sakon Nakhon, 5 each from Nakhonsawan and Phichit  :ambulance:  :ambulance:  :ambulance: , 4 each from Angthong and Samut Sakhon, 3 each from Lamphun and Suphanburi, 2 each from Bangkok metropolis, Nonthaburi, Lop Buri, Chai Nat, Saraburi, Prachinburi, Uttaradit   :ambulance:  :ambulance:  :ambulance: and Uthai Thani  :ambulance:  :ambulance:  :ambulance: , and 1 each from Prathum thani, Prachup Khiri Khan, Prae, Chiang Rai, Phitsa Nulok, Phetchabun and Kampaeng Phet.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 115 suspect cases reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.
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orange = sans changement
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Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 24 août 2006 à 10:13:43
en deux jours ,le 22 aout: 74 cas suspectés et le 21 aout: 79 cas suspectés
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 24 août 2006 à 13:37:42
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* 74 cas humains suspectés le 22 aout 2006
 * 79 cas humains suspectés le 21 aout 2006
*  16 cas humains suspectés le 20 aout 2006
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Posté par: mum le 24 août 2006 à 13:47:28
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mainly rice traduction:principalement riz (zone humide)
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Posté par: mum le 24 août 2006 à 13:54:50
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voies ferrées et routes
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Posté par: anne le 24 août 2006 à 14:47:46


Parallèlement, le Cabinet exécutif a été informé que la grippe progresse rapidement chez l’humain. Les ministres sont d’avis que la population devrait se faire vacciner contre la grippe.


phrase tirée du dernier post thailandais de NICEAM , merci MUM de nous tenir au courant de la progression de la grippe en thailande, chose qui est essentielle
http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2006/08/18/national/national_30011374.php
 20% des gens testés pour la GA en 2006 sont des faux negatifs aux tests viraux H5n1 . cela veut dire que 20% des gens qui ont la maladie ne sont pas detectés par les tests usuels et peuvent etre etiquetés grippe normale , ou autre maladie
l'article en dit peu, ce n'est pas un article medical : en particulier : 20 % de combien de gens..on ne sait pas ( mais on sait que 4000 , personnes ont été testées dans les années anterieures, ce qui est un bon chiffre )

il est supposé que cela pourrait etre dû au tamifflu qui empeche donc la multiplication du virus, ce qui obligerait à faire' des prelevements plus profonds pour etablir un diagnostic plus sur ( le prelevement de gorge de toute facon n'est positif que les premiers jours de la maladie , et un prelevement par lavage alveolaire est la methode la plus sure, mais elle suppose d'avoir un pneumonologue sous la main ainsi que l'equipement....lors d'une fibroscopie pulmonaire, examen pd lequel on peut regarder les bronches avec une camera, on met " un peu d'eau " dans les bronches, on recupere le liquide par aspiration , liquide s'est chargé de cellules, bacteries , virus ..et on l'etudie ..)

il est supposé : mais on ne sait pas exactement à quoi attribuer ces faux neagtifs et des etudes sont en cours.
donc l'article est vraiment flou...

le gouvernement demande aux gens de se faire vacciner contre la grippe "normale" peut etre pour aider à mieux discerner les cas de grippe normale des cas de GA.

nouvelle plutot bonne :
le thailande a mis en place 2 labos mobiles ( dans des camions ) dont un ira a pichitt, pouvant faire des tests en 4 H au lieu de 8 auparavant. Il s'agit de la real time PCR ( RT PCR pour PCR En temps réel  ) qui va plus vite que la PCR traditionelle
http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2006/08/24/national/national_30011865.php
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 24 août 2006 à 21:20:47
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 23, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 23, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 4,276 cases 71 provinces. Today reports are 51 cases; Twelve cases from Sukho Thai  :ambulance:   :ambulance:  :ambulance:  , 6 from Phitsa Nulok, 5 from Suphanburi, 4 from Lamphun, 3 each from Amnatcharoen and Phichit  :ambulance: , 2 each from Prathum thani, Kanchanaburi, Chiang Mai, Phetchabun, Chai Nat, Nakhonsawan and Kampaeng Phet, and 1 each from Chaiyaphum, Ranong, Bangkok metropolis and Samut Prakan.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 74 suspect cases reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.
http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_060823.html
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 24 août 2006 à 21:28:23
*Case definitions for Avian Influenza in Humans in Thailand (15 May 2006)

 


1.    Suspect: An individual

·   whose body temperature is more than 38°C and who has at least one of the following symptoms: muscle pain, cough, breathing difficulty, or shortness of breath, or physician suspects pneumonia or influenza, and

·   who has a history of direct contact with sick or dead poultry in the last 7 days or there were reports of unusual poultry deaths in the village in the last 14 days or had been looking after another pneumonia patient in the last 10 days before illness onset, but

·   who does not have a specimen which complies with the recommendation for laboratory testing for Influenza A/H5.


http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_060823.html

Définitions de cas pour la grippe avienne chez l'homme en Thaïlande (15 mai 2006) 1. Suspect : Un individu · dont la température de corps est plus qu'38°C et qui a au moins un des symptômes suivants : douleur de muscle, toux, difficulté de respiration, ou brièveté de souffle, ou de suspects pneumonie ou grippe de médecin, et · qui a une histoire de contact direct avec malade ou la volaille morte en 7 derniers jours ou là étaient des rapports des décès peu communes de volaille dans le village en 14 derniers jours ou s'étaient occupé d'un autre patient de pneumonie en 10 derniers jours avant début de maladie, mais · qui n'a pas un spécimen qui se conforme à la recommandation pour l'essai en laboratoire pour la grippe A/H5.
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 25 août 2006 à 11:15:32
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 24, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 24, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 4,354 cases 71 provinces. Today reports are 75 cases; Thirty-two cases from Ubonratchathani :shock: , 8 from Sukho Thai,  5 each from Phitsanulok and Phichit, 4 from Nonthaburi, 3 each from Nakhonsawan and Uthai Thani, 2 each from Lampun, Phetchabun, and Sakonnakhon,  and 1 each from Bangkok metropolis, Ayutthaya, Angthong, Chainat, Suphanburi, Nakhonpathom, Nakhonnayok, Uttharadit, and Nongkhai.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 74 suspect cases reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.
 
http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_060824.html
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: anne le 25 août 2006 à 16:04:15
ca monte insensiblement..
MUM, specialiste thai, as tu vu passer des chiffres de l'année derniere sur ton site ?
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 25 août 2006 à 16:34:56
voici un exemple Anne le 26 aout 2005
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 26, 2005.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2005

Since January 1, 2005 to August 26, 2005, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received 865 cumulative reports, 65 provinces of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The resul601ts of preliminary investigation were summarized as follows:
No new confirm case.
New cases = 7; 1 province; from Suphanburi.
Case under investigation, either additional clinical information or past history of risk factors are needed = 7, 1 province; from Suphanburi. (Table 1)
Excluded cases, either the findings did not comply with the definitions or laboratory result revealed other causes : 858 cases.
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: anne le 26 août 2006 à 07:18:22
oups...les cas sont comptabilisés pareil : de janvier a aout :
on en a bcq plus cette année..

il nous faut maintenant comparer mois par mois...pour voir quand ca a demarré cette histoire
cela peut etre du :

a plus d'attention face au phenomeme ( biais de recrutement, on cherche mieux donc on trouve mieux )
a une mauvaise grippe normale
a autre chose
il est legitime que le gouvernement veuille faire vacciner les gens

mais je rappelle qu'il y a juste un mois ; : Il ne se PASSAIT RIEN DE RIEN en thailande ..pas d'oiseaux malades , pas de cas humains, rien...tout allait bien.
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: anne le 26 août 2006 à 22:04:52
MUM tu as fais comment sur le site thai, ecrit en grande partie en thailandais, chapeau.. pour trouver l'année anterieure ? j'ai pas trouvé..
j'etais en train de penser que nous induisions nous meme un biais de selection, en etant tres polarisés sur l'indonesie, et qu'heureusement tu avais l'oeil sur la thailande... ;)
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 27 août 2006 à 07:48:54
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 25, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 25, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 4,401 cases 71 provinces. Today reports are 47 cases; Six cases from Sukhothai, 4 from Phichit, 3 each from Nonthaburi, Suphanburi, Kampaengphet, Loei, Sakonnakhon, and Khonkaen, 2 each from Kanchanaburi, Nakhonnayok, Lampun, Phitsanulok, and Nakhonsawan, and 1 each from Bangkok metropolis, Pathumthani, Sraburi, Nakhonpathom, Prachinburi, Chiangmai, Uttharadit, Mahasarakham, and Chumpon.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 74 suspect cases reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_060825.html

Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 26, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 26, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 4,434 cases 71 provinces. Today reports are 33 cases; Ten cases from Loei,  3 each from Sukhothai,  Phitsanulok, and Uthaithani, 2 each from Nonthaburi, Angthong, Nakhonpathom, Prachaubkirikhan, Nakhonsawan, and Phichit, and 1 each from Bangkok metropolis, and Uttharadit.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 74 suspect cases reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_060826.html

  :? les comparaisons ,plus tard, aujourd'hui foot... cool  :elephant:
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 28 août 2006 à 09:39:56
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at August 27, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to August 27, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 4,447 cases 71 provinces. Today reports are 13 cases; Six cases from Suphanburi, 4 from Amnatcharoen, and 1 each from Kampaengphet and Phichit.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 74 suspect cases reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.
 
http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_060827.html
rouge= cas en augmentation
orange = sans changement
vert = cas en en baisse
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: anne le 05 septembre 2006 à 11:56:10
http://www.ecdc.eu.int/influenza/update_influenza.php#Avian_Influenza_New_CasesAuthorities in Thailand investigate all people with severe respiratory symptoms and as of 30 August WHO-Thailand reported that about 75 people with respiratory symptoms were currently being investigated in Thailand, a steadily declining reduction in the weekly totals. Recent experience suggests that almost all of these will not be infected with H5N1.  Since the beginning of 2006, authorities in Thailand have investigated over 4500 clinical influenza or pneumonia patients as part of their surveillance activities.  Prior to these two cases, none have been found to be H5N1 infected in 2006.

75 cas cas sous investigation avec Sd respi severe
mais resultats recent suggerent que la plupart ne seront pas infectés
depuis le debut de 2006, les autorités thai ont investigués 4 500 patients souffrant de pneumonie ou de grippe clinique,
a part ces 2 cas, ( les nouveaux cas ) pas un seul des ces patients a eu le H5n1

These cases bring to 24 the number of confirmed cases of human infection with the H5N1 avian influenza virus in the country and the first human cases in 2006 (the last case was reported in December 2005). In 2005 and 2004 there were 5 and 7 cases respectively.

ce qui monte a 24 le nombre total de cas confirmés humains au total
Rq : pour l'instant, c'est le seul pays a faire des etudes de masse, avec autant de patients
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 19 septembre 2006 à 20:31:07
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at September 18, 2006.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to September 18, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 4,881 cases 71 provinces. Today reports are 16 cases; Three cases from Suphanburi, 2 each from Lopburi, Nakhonsawan, Phitsanulok and Chiangmai, and 1 each from Bangkok metropolis, Nonthaburi, Nakhonpathom, Nakhonnayok and Uttradit.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 2 cases, with 2 death cases.
·   The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male. He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
There are 25 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 2 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.
http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_060918.html
bientôt 5000 cas suspectés depuis le début de l'année...
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: val2A le 19 septembre 2006 à 20:48:31
Bonjour Mum,

J'aime beaucoup vous lire, BRAVO!

Citer
bientôt 5000 cas suspectés depuis le début de l'année...

Je trouve qu'on ne nous donne pas trop de nouvelles d'eux!

  Quand les gens se rétablissent, vous le dites, c'est plutôt une bonne nouvelle, NON?
Et là ? Pas de nouvelles!

Sur ce: on n'en a pas plus de nos 70 canards! oops!
Titre: DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 19 septembre 2006 à 21:11:18
bonjour val2A,
j'ose espérer que ces 5000 cas suspects vont bien.ils se sont tous avérés, pour l'instant  négatifs mais vu ce qui se passe en Thaïlande en ce moment je ne pense pas que l'info va mieux circuler.  :chut:
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 18 janvier 2007 à 23:27:35
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 14, 2007.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 14, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 22 cases 11 provinces; January 12-14, reports are 4 cases. Three cases from Suphanburi and 1 from Kanchanaburi.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 2 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070114.html
4 cas suspectés ,2 en attente de resultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 18 janvier 2007 à 23:31:13
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 15, 2007.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 15, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 30 cases 13 provinces; Today reports are 8 cases. Fives cases from Suphanburi and 1 each from Prachinburi, Kampaengphet and Phichit.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 7 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070115.html

8 cas suspectés ,7 en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 18 janvier 2007 à 23:34:53
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 16, 2007.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 16, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 50 cases 19 provinces; Today reports are 7 cases. One case each from Bangkok metropolis, Suphanburi, Nakhonnayok, Uttaradit, Phitsanulok, Loei and Ubonratchathani.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 5 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070116.html

7 cas suspectés ,5 en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 18 janvier 2007 à 23:40:01
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 17, 2007.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 17, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 61 cases 21 provinces; Today reports are 11 cases. Three cases from Suphanburi, and 1 each from Chainat, Saraburi, Prachinburi, Nakhonnayok, Phitsanulok, Nakhonsawan, Loei and Srisakate.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 11 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070117.html

11 cas suspectés le 17 /01/07, reste 11 en attente des résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 19 janvier 2007 à 09:14:52
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 18, 2007.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 18, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 72 cases 22 provinces; Today reports are 11 cases. Three cases from Suphanburi, 2 each from Nongbualamphu and Kanchanaburi, and 1 each from Nakhonnayok, Phitsanulok, Kampaengphet, and Loei.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 10 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 3 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.
http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070118.html
11 cas suspectés le 18/01/07,reste 10 cas des jours antérieurs en attente de résultats  
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 19 janvier 2007 à 12:39:25
attention rappel :en Thaïlande tous les cas un peu graves de grippe sont suspectés d'être des cas de GA
il faut relativiser leurs résultats de cas suspects. ;)

Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: niceam le 19 janvier 2007 à 20:36:27
mum, rappelle toi au début 2006, la tendance en thailande était plutot à la dissimulation
avec le coup d'état, il y a eu un voile sur les informations
j'ai tendance à les soupçonner plus d'une sous déclaration, que de l'inverse
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 19 janvier 2007 à 21:27:30
non ,non je me rappelle très bien et tu as raison .mais ils vont aussi noyer les vrais suspects sous une flopée de "faux "suspects ...
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 20 janvier 2007 à 13:26:49
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 19, 2007.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 19, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 92 cases 28 provinces; Today reports are 20 cases. Six cases from Phitsanulok, 3 from Sukhothai, 2 each from Buriram and Loei, and 1 each from Chachoengsao, Nakhonpathom, Tak, Lamphun, Prachinburi, Ubonratchathani and Samutprakan.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 26 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070119.html

le nombre de patients cumulés (depuis le 01/01/07)sous surveillance est de 92 cas
le nombre de cas le 19/01/07 est de 20
il y a 26 cas en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 21 janvier 2007 à 11:02:46
 
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 20, 2007.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 20, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 111 cases 31 provinc Today reports are 19 cases.es; Six cases from Lopburi, 4 from Suphanburi, 3 from Prachubkirikhun, and 1 each from Kanchanaburi, Prachinburi, Phichit, Nonthaburi, Ayutthaya and Satun.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 36 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070120.html
le nombre de patients le 20/01/07 est de 19
il y a 36 patients en attente de résultats



 
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 22 janvier 2007 à 08:00:53
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 21, 2007.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 21, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 115 cases 32 provinces; Today reports are 4 cases. Two cases from Angthong, and 1 each from Prachaupkirikhan and Sukhothai.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 31 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070121.html

le nombre de patients le 21/01/07 est de 4
il y a 31 patients en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 23 janvier 2007 à 07:35:58
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 22, 2007.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 22, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 126 cases 33 provinces; Today reports are 11 cases. Three cases from Loei and Phitsanulok, 2 from Suphanburi, and 1 each from Lopburi, Suratthani and Uttaradit.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 13 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070122.html

le nombre de patients le 22/01/07 est de 11
il y a 13 patients en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 25 janvier 2007 à 07:43:53
 
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 23, 2007.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 23, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 145 cases 38 provinces; Today reports are 19 cases. Three cases from Angthong, 2 from Suphanburi and Phichit, and 1 each from Lopburi, Ratchaburi, Pathumthani, Ayutthaya, Chainat, Prachinburi, Sukhothai, Nongkhai, Khonkaen, Srisakate, Chumphon and Uttaradit.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 23 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070123.html

le nombre de patients le 23/01/07 est de 19
il y a 23 patients en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 26 janvier 2007 à 08:15:42
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 24, 2007.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 24, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 199 cases 39 provinces; Today reports are 54 cases. Twenty-six cases from Angthong, 8 from Suphanburi, 3 from Kanchanaburi, 2 each from Ubonratchathani, Uthaithani, Lopburi, Ratchaburi and Sumutprakan, and 1 each from Ayutthaya, Saraburi, Chiangmai, Sukhothai, Phitsanulok, Nakhonsawan and Prachinburi.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 51 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070124.html

le nombre de patients le 24/01/07 est de 54
il y a 51 patients en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 26 janvier 2007 à 08:19:26
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 25, 2007.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 25, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 216 cases 40 provinces; Today reports are 16 cases. Five cases from Suphanburi, 3 from Kanchanaburi, 2 from Saraburi, and 1 each from Bangkok metropolis, Pathumthani, Prachinburi, Nan, Kampaengphet and Phichit.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 61 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 3 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070125.html

le nombre de patients le 25/01/07 est de 16
il y a 61 patients en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 28 janvier 2007 à 00:43:26
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 26, 2007.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 26, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 251 cases 42 provinces; Today reports are 35 cases. Thirteen cases from Suphanburi, 5 from Surin, 4 from Bangkok metropolis, 3 from Phitsanulok, 2 each from Chainat and Saraburi, and 1 each from Nonthaburi, Kanchanaburi, Prachubkirikhan, Samutprakan, Sakaeo and Loei.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 51 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070126.html

le nombre de patients le 26/01/07 est de 35
il y a 51 patients en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 29 janvier 2007 à 09:44:23
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 27, 2007.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 27, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 268 cases 42 provinces; Today reports are 17 cases. Seven cases from Suphanburi, 5 from Kanchanaburi, 2 from Phitsanulok, and 1 each from Prachinburi, Kampaengphet and Srisakate.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 46 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070127.html

le nombre de patients le 27/01/07 est de 17
il y a 46 patients en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 29 janvier 2007 à 09:47:46
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 28, 2007.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 28, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 276 cases 42 provinces; Today reports are 8 cases. One case each from Bangkok metropolis, Ayutthaya, Saraburi, Prachinburi, Uttaradit, Sukhothai, Phichit and Buriram.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 28 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070128.html

le nombre de patients le 28/01/07 est de 8
il y a 28 patients en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 31 janvier 2007 à 18:24:19
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 29, 2007.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 29, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 307 cases 43 provinces; Today reports are 31 cases. Fourteen cases from Suphanburi, 5 from Phitsanulok, 2 each from Nonthaburi, Kanchanaburi, Sukhothai and Loei, and 1 each from Chiangmai, Nan, Uttaradit and Nakhonsithammarat.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 30 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 3 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.
http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070129.html

le nombre de nouveaux patients le 29/01/07 est de 31
il y a 30 patients en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 31 janvier 2007 à 18:32:18
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 30, 2007.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 30, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 327 cases 43 provinces; Today reports are 20 cases. Eight cases from Suphanburi, 3 from Phitsanulok, 2 each from Prachubkirikhan and Buriram, and 1 each from Bangkok metropolis, Saraburi, Prachinburi, Nakhonnayok and Nan.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 24 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 3 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.
http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070130.html

le nombre de nouveaux patients le 30/01/07 est de 20
il y a 24 patients en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 31 janvier 2007 à 18:54:41
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 30, 2006.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to January 30, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 329 cases; 50 provinces. Today reports are 7 cases; 6 provinces; Two cases from Kampaengphet, and 1 each from Chachoengsao, Phuket, Ubonratchathani, Samutprakan and Nonthaburi.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2005 = 5, 2 death cases;
·   2 cases from Kanchanaburi with one death case,
·   1 from Nonthaburi/Bangkok Metropolis,
·   1 from Bangkok Metropolis,
·   and 1 death case from Nakhonnayok.
There is no comfirmed cases in 2006.
In 2006, there is no suspect case reported.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   No patient from man-to-man transmission reported.

nombre cas cumulés en 2007 =nombre de cas en 2006
mais en 2007  les cas sont apparus plus nombreux sur les derniers jours

le 15/01/07 il y avait 30 cas cumulés.
le 15/01/06 il y avait 155 cas cumulés
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 15, 2007.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 15, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 30 cases 13 provinces; Today reports are 8 cases. Fives cases from Suphanburi and 1 each from Prachinburi, Kampaengphet and Phichit.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 7 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   In 2006, there are 3 confirmed human dead cases of avian influenza.
http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070115.html

le 15/01/06:
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 15, 2006.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2006

 

Since January 1, 2006 to January 15, 2006, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 155 cases; 37 provinces. Today reports are 6 cases; 4 provinces; Two cases each from Kampaengphet and Srisaket, and 1 each from Pathumthani and Nakhonsawan.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2005 = 5, 2 death cases;
·   2 cases from Kanchanaburi with one death case,
·   1 from Nonthaburi/Bangkok Metropolis,
·   1 from Bangkok Metropolis,
·   and 1 death case from Nakhonnayok.
There is no comfirmed cases in 2006.
In 2006, there is no suspect case reported.
Conclusion:

·   In 2005, there are 5 confirmed human cases of avian influenza, with 2 death cases.

·   No patient from man-to-man transmission reported.
http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_060115.html
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 01 février 2007 à 10:16:25
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at January 31, 2007.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to January 31, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 352 cases 43 provinces; Today reports are 25 cases. Fourteen cases from Suphanburi, 2 each from Bangkok metropolis, Nonthaburi and Nakhonsawan, and 1 each from Pathumthani, Angthong, Ratchaburi, Kanchanaburi and Buriram.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 38 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070131.html

le nombre de nouveaux patients le 31/01/07 est de 25
il y a 38 patients en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 02 février 2007 à 13:46:02
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at Febuary 1, 2007.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to Febuary 1, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 384 cases 44 provinces; Today reports are 32 cases. Thirteen cases from Suphanburi, 4 from Chiangrai, 3 from Lopburi, 2 from Nakhonnayok, and 1 each from Bangkok metropolis, Angthong, Kanchanaburi, Prachinburi, Phitsanulok, Nakhonsawan, Phichit, Nakhonphanom, Khonkaen and Ubonratchathani.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 53 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070201.html

le nombre de nouveaux patients le 01/02/07 est de 32
il y a 53 patients en attente de résultats

le 15/01/07 il y avait 30 cas cumulés.
le 15/01/06 il y avait 155 cas cumulés
le 01/02/07 il y a 384 cas cumulés.44 provinces
le 01/02/06 il y avait 371 cas cumulés; 51 provinces
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: niceam le 02 février 2007 à 20:31:31
Prendre les bulletins officiels avec.... des pincettes
certainement trrrès sous évalués
quand ils disent que c'est non, c'est oui (proverbe thai 2006)
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 04 février 2007 à 14:17:57
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at Febuary 2, 2007.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to Febuary 2, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 410 cases 45 provinces; Today reports are 26 cases. Six cases from Kanchanaburi, 4 from Udonthani, 3 from Buriram, 2 from Uttaradit, Sukhothai and Phichit, and 1 each from Nonthaburi, Chachoengsao, Prachinburi, Nakhonnayok, Nan, Phitsanulok and Ubonratchathani.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 46 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070202.html

le nombre de nouveaux patients le 02/02/07 est de 26
il y a 46 patients en attente de résultats

le 15/01/07 il y avait 30 cas cumulés.
le 15/01/06 il y avait 155 cas cumulés
le 02/02/07 il y a 410 cas cumulés.45 provinces
le 02/02/06 il y avait 375 cas cumulés; 52 provinces
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: niceam le 04 février 2007 à 17:32:29
Tous ces cas me laissent rèveuse...
Toutes ces surveillances et examens, et rien, pas le plus petit cas de malade ?
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 05 février 2007 à 07:49:44
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at Febuary 3, 2007.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to Febuary 3, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 428 cases 46 provinces; Today reports are 18 cases. Seven cases from Suphanburi, 5 from Angthong, 2 each from Prachubkirikhan and Samutprakan, and 1 each from Payao and Nonthaburi.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 41 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070203.html

le nombre de nouveaux patients le 03/02/07 est de 18
il y a 41 patients en attente de résultats
rappel foyer à:- PHITSANULOK
            -NONG KHAI
            -ANGTHONG
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 05 février 2007 à 10:35:59
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at Febuary 4, 2007.
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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to Febuary 4, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 440 cases 47 provinces; Today reports are 18 cases. Ten cases from Suphanburi, 5 from Phitsanulok, and 1 each from Ratchaburi, Sukhothai and Chaiyaphum.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 27 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070204.html

le nombre de nouveaux patients le 04/02/07 est de 18
il y a 27 patients en attente de résultats
le 04/02/07 il y a 440 cas cumulés.47 provinces
le 03/02/06 il y avait 389 cas cumulés; 51 provinces
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 07 février 2007 à 11:33:37
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at Febuary 5, 2007.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to Febuary 5, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 464 cases 48 provinces; Today reports are 18 cases. Four cases from Kanchanaburi, 3 from Loei, 2 each from Nonthaburi and Kampaengphet, and 1 each from Angthong, Suphanburi, Nakhohpathom, Chachoengsao, Prachinburi, Phichit and Mahasarakham.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 36 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070205.html
rappel foyer à:  - PHITSANULOK
                     - NONG KHAI
                     - ANGTHONG
le nombre de nouveaux patients le 05/02/07 est de 18
il y a 36 patients en attente de résultats
Titre: Re : DDC Thaï.Bureau de l'épidémiologie
Posté par: mum le 07 février 2007 à 11:41:08
Avian Influenza surveillance in human
As at Febuary 5, 2007.
Bureau of Epidemiology, Department of Diseases Control, Ministry of Public Health




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I. Avian Influenza in human situation 2007

 

Since January 1, to Febuary 5, 2007, the Bureau of Epidemiology has received reports of influenza or pneumonia cases in Avian Influenza Surveillance Network from the Provincial Health Offices and Disease Prevention and Control Regional Offices. The investigation and analysis were summarized as follows:

Cumulative number of patients under surveillance are 499 cases 49 provinces; Today reports are 35 cases. Thirteen cases from Suphanburi, 5 from Phitsanulok, 3 from Nakhonnayok, 2 each from Kanchanaburi, Chiangmai and Chiangrai, and 1 each from Pathumthani, Chainat, Saraburi, Ratchaburi, Prachubkirikhan, Chonburi, Kampaengphet and Phichit.
Confirmed human case of avian influenza 2006 = 3 cases, with 3 death cases.
·  The first death case, reported from Phichit province, Tabklo district is 17 years old male,  He had onset on July 15, 2006 and died on July 24, 2006.
·  The second death case, reported from Uthai Thani province, Sawang Arom district is 27 years old male. He had onset on July 24, 2006 and died on August 3, 2006.
·  The third death case, reported from Nong Bua Lampoo province, Non Sung district is 59 years old male. He had onset on July 14, 2006 and died on August 10, 2006.
There are 49 cases under investigate reported, of which waiting for laboratory result.

http://thaigcd.ddc.moph.go.th/AI_case_report_070206.html
le nombre de nouveaux patients le 06 ?/02/07 est de 35
il y a 49 patients en attente de résultats