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Doctors also confirmed another 27-year-old man had been infected by the H5N1 virus and was now in critical condition, state-run Vietnam Television said in its evening news bulletin.

un autre homme de 27 ans, a été infecté par le H5n1 et est en condition critique,

The Health Ministry said the man from the northern province of Ninh Binh slaughtered two sick chickens on Jan. 31 and fell ill two days later with pneumonia symptoms. He was taken to Bach Mai hospital in Hanoi on Tuesday.

homme de la province nord de Ninh Binh a tué 2 poulets malades le 31 janvier
est tombé malade 2 jours apres, avec des symptomes de pneumonie
emmené a l'hopital bach mai de hanoi
The patient, Vietnam's third human bird flu case this year, was now on a respirator, the television footage showed. Last month, bird flu killed a 32-year-old man in the northern province of Tuyen Quang.

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Re : vietnam/ province de Ninh binh/ H 27 ans positif
« Réponse #1 le: 15 février 2008 à 07:59:40 »
Bird flu kills second Vietnamese in two days

Hanoi - A man suffering from bird flu died Friday morning, the second death in two days and the third since the beginning of the year, a Vietnamese official said. The 27-year-old man had been admitted to a hospital in Ninh Binh province, 120 kilometers south of Hanoi, on Monday, and transferred to Hanoi the following day, according to Dinh Quoc Su, head of Ninh Binh's Animal Health Department.

Deuxième décès en deux jours et le troisième depuis le début de l'année.
L' homme de 27 ans admis lundi à l'hôpital et transféré à Hanoï mardi est décédé vendredi matin.

The Ministry of Health announced late Thursday that the man had tested positive for the H5N1 avian flu virus.

Testé positif

Su said Doan and his family had eaten chicken bought at a local market during Tet, the Vietnamese lunar New Year's festival, which began on February 7.

Doan  et sa famille avaient mangé le poulet acheté à un marché local pendant le Tet, le festival lunaire vietnamien de nouvelle année, qui a commencé février 7.

He said local authorities had disinfected Doan's neighborhood and were trying to find out exactly where he had bought the chicken.

"Neither Doan's wife nor his 4-year-old son have shown any bird flu-like symptoms, but doctors are monitoring them," Su said.

"ni l'épouse de Doan ni son fils 4-year-old n'ont montré n'importe quel oiseau grippe-comme des symptômes, mais les médecins les surveillent," Su dit.

Bird flu killed a 41-year-old man from northern Hai Duong province on Wednesday and a 32-year-old man from northern Tuyen Quang province in January. The latest death has raised the overall toll from H5N1 in Vietnam to 50 since bird flu first appeared in the country in 2003.

50ème décès au Vietnam

"The risk that bird flu will spread among poultry, and also to humans, is very high now," Nguyen Huy Nga, head of Vietnam's Preventive Medicine Department, said Thursday. "The weather is cold and a large number of poultry have been transported and slaughtered since Tet."

Nga said authorities have warned the population not to eat sick or dead poultry, and to see a doctor immediately in case of cough or fever.

H5N1 mainly affects poultry and wild birds, but can infect humans who have close contact with sick fowl. Scientists fear that if it spreads unchecked, the disease could mutate into a form which could be transmitted between humans, leading to a worldwide pandemic that could kill millions.,bird-flu-kills-second-vietnamese-in-two-days.html

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Re : vietnam/ province de Ninh binh/ H 27 ans décédé / CAS 104 OMS
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Avian influenza – situation in Viet Nam - update 3

21 February 2008

The Ministry of Health in Viet Nam has confirmed a new case of human infection of H5N1 avian influenza. The case has been confirmed by the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology (NIHE).

The case is a 27 -year old male from Ninh Nhat district, Ninh Binh province . He developed symptoms on 3 February was hospitalized on12 February and died on 14 February. The case had contact with sick and dead poultry prior to his illness.

Of the 104 cases confirmed to date in Vietnam, 50 have been fatal.