Influenza A Because I was dead and pigs
Measures against influenza A is extreme, but not nearly good enough.
A pregnant woman died in Buenos Aires but doctors managed to save the baby. In Tucumán was a new case and brought to 12 the number of infected. Public Health Minister, Paul Yeldin, participated yesterday in a meeting of the Federal Health Council to discuss the measures taken to mitigate the effects of a pandemic.
Despite attempts by the authorities to slow the progression of influenza A (H1N1) in the country, the disease continues to spread steadily in Argentina. A new fatal case occurred yesterday in the town of Luján bonaerense. This is a young pregnant 24-year-old native of General Rodriguez, who died in the clinic Güemes victim of influenza. Despite the situation, the doctors managed to save the baby, who at this time remains stable.
Meanwhile, Tucumán were confirmed in 12 patients, all with good results and that acquired the virus after being in contact with people who arrived from Buenos Aires, or traveling to areas where the virus is circulating in a aggressive. Public Health Minister, Paul Yedlin traveled to Buenos Aires yesterday to attend a meeting of the Federal Health Council (COFESA), which discussed measures to take to the increase in deaths.
On the other hand, hopes the results of swabs done to another pregnant girl, 19, who died on Wednesday at the Hospital Doctor Lacarde, San Miguel (Buenos Aires province), because of pneumonia complications at a table that could be compatible with influenza A H1N1. From the Secretary of Health of the local council said the newspaper Crítica that the results of samples sent to the Institute Malbrán be ready at noon today.
Meanwhile, the National Animal Health Service (SENASA) reported that it detected the H1N1 influenza virus in a pig production in the province of Buenos Aires. Sources of the advisory body to avoid the exact location of detection, but is confident that in an area of Western Province, about 100 kilometers from the capital. "
Thus the total 22 deaths from influenza A in the country. The other four deaths occurred Wednesday. One of them was a man of 36 years of missions would be the first fatality to be recorded outside the metropolitan area.
The director of the Epidemiology Department of Public Health missionary, Jorge Gutierrez, said that it is a remisero native of the town of San Vicente, who had entered with a picture of acute pneumonia at a hospital in El Dorado, 200 miles north Posadas. This is the first death in the province where there were a total of eight affected by influenza A. Meanwhile, expect the results of six other suspected cases of the disease.