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Old November 11th, 2012, 01:46 PM
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Invs http://www.invs.sante.fr/Dossiers-th...-novembre-2012
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The key to 11.06.2012 |
In metropolitan France
► Sporadic cases of influenza
► First severe cases of influenza admitted to ICU
reported to InVS

HOSPITAL

> Passages to emergencies and hospitalizations for influenza
The number of hospitals in the network Oscour ® participating in influenza surveillance for the season
2012-13 is of 380 establishments in France on 1st October 2012.
these hospitals represent 64% of all passages in France.
In week 44/2012, they reported 249 flu emergency crossings, including 12 hospitalizations,
comparable with those of week 42/2012. These numbers correspond to the level usually observed before the beginning of the epidemic influenza.

> Monitoring of severe cases of influenza admitted to the ICU
Since the resumption of monitoring, 1 November 2012, three severe cases have been reported: 1 in Northern region and 2 in Ile-de-France.
a 6 year old child infected with a virus type A
a diabetic man of 55 years infected with influenza A (H1N1)pdm 09 and
a 26 year old woman without risk factors infected with influenza A (H1N1)pdm09 abroad.
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Old November 14th, 2012, 02:17 PM
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HOSPITAL

> Passages to emergencies and hospitalizations for flu
The number of hospitals in the network Oscour ® participating in influenza surveillance for the season
2012-13 is 380 establishments in France on 1st October 2012. These hospitals
represent 64% of all ED visits in France.
In week 45/2012, they reported 225 flu emergency crossings, including 14 hospitalizations.
These numbers correspond to the basic level usually seen at this time
year.
Surveillance of severe cases of influenza admitted to the ICU
Since 1 November 2012, date of resumption of monitoring, five severe cases have been reported
: 1 Northern Region 1 in Pays de la Loire and 3 in Ile-de-France.
They concerned all infections associated with influenza A 2 A (H1N1) pdm09, one A (H3N2)
A 2 virus unsubtyped.
Their ages ranged from 6 to 83 years and with the exception of one case, all had risk factors for complicated influenza .
In addition, 4 patients returning from Mecca were hospitalized. They were reported to InVS
with suspected coronavirus infection. Virological specimens confirmed a diagnosis
flu for 3 of the 4 patients (2 influenza A (H1N1) and 1 pdm09 A (H3N2)) and reversed the presence
coronavirus.
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Old November 16th, 2012, 07:47 AM
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Influenza becomes discreet in metropolitan France

Only some cases of influenza were noticed in France in the course of the week from 5 till 11 November, points out the network of the regional Groups of observation of influenza (GROG), on Wednesday, November 14th. GROG signal the circulation of the three types and subcategories of influenza, to know (H1N1) A, A (H3N2) and B. Nevertheless, network cannot again determine if one of them will be predominant this winter.

Nowadays, the clinical activity of seasonal influenza advances in no French region. On the other hand, the epidemic of bronchiolite clamps down in metropolitan France, notably in the north.


http://www.leparisien.fr/laparisienn...12-2323469.php
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ED visits and hospitalizations for influenza

The number of hospitals in the network Oscour ® participating in influenza surveillance for the season 2012-13 is 380 establishments in France on 1st October 2012. these hospitals represent 64% of all ED visits in France.
In week 46/2012, they reported 201 flu emergency crossings, including 16 hospitalizations.
These numbers correspond to the basic level usually seen at this time
year.
> Monitoring of severe cases of influenza admitted to the ICU
Since 1 November 2012, date of resumption of monitoring, six severe cases have been reported
: 1 Northern Region, 2 Burgundy and Franche-Comté , 3 Ile-de-France.
They concerned all infections associated with influenza A 2 A (H1N1) pdm09, one A (H3N2), 3 A viruses not subtyped .
Their ages ranged from 0-83 years. Risk factors of complicated influenza were present
in 3 of 6 patients, vaccination status was known for only one of them who was not
vaccinated.
No death is unfortunate but one of these serious cases without risk factor and infected
influenza A (H1N1) pdm09
must undergo a total pneumonectomy following superinfection by necrotizing
golden staph.
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> Passages to emergencies and hospitalizations for influenza
The number of hospitals in the network Oscour ® participating in influenza surveillance for the season
2012-13 is 380 establishments in France on 1st October 2012. These hospitals
represent 64% of all ED visits in France.
In week 47/2012, they reported 230 flu emergency crossings, including 17 hospitalizations.
These numbers correspond to the basic level usually seen at this time
year.
> Monitoring of severe cases of influenza admitted to the ICU
Since November 1, 2012 (date of resumption of monitoring), 7 severe cases have been reported.
They concerned all infections associated with influenza type A: 3 A (H1N1) pdm09,
1 A (H3N2) influenza A and 3 A unsubtyped.
Their ages ranged from 15 days to 83 years. Risk factors were present in complicated influenza
in 4 of 7 patients. No deaths were reported.
► For more information on severe cases of flu, visit the folder on internet InVS
surveillance of influenza in France
In addition, since November 4, 2012, hospital clinicians reported 5 cases of suspected
for new coronavirus infection returning from Mecca. None has been confirmed for
new virus. Four patients were infected with influenza virus type A ( 2 virus
A (H1N1)pdm09 and 2 virus A (H3N2) ). The last case was negative for different etiologies
sought.
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Passages to emergencies and hospitalizations for influenza
The number of hospitals in the network Oscour ® participating in influenza surveillance for the season
2012-13 is 380 establishments in France on 1st October 2012. these hospitals
represent 64% of all ED visits in France.
In week 51/2012, they reported 596 flu emergency crossings, including 24 hospitalizations.
These indicators are up from last week.

> Monitoring of severe cases of influenza admitted to the ICU
Since the resumption of monitoring on 1 November 2012, 24 severe cases, mainly in
adults (15/24), no risk factors (13/24)
were reported to InVS (Table 2).


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' Last week, influenza was responsible about 545.000 appeals to the general practitioners and paediatricians, that is 45 % of appeals for high-pitched respiratory infection ', notes Hot toddy network (Regional Groups of Observation of Influenza). Since the resumption of surveillance the November 1st, 2012, 66 serious cases, among which 5 deceases (1 owing in the virus HAS / H1N1, 1 in IN / H3N2, 1 in B and 2 in viruses A yet characterized), were signalled to the Institute of health wakefulness (InVS). The majority of these 66 cases accepted in intensive care concern adults, with risk factor, infected by the virus pandémique on 2009, one of three viruses taken into account in vaccine and nowadays in circulation HAS / H1N1. Nevertheless, 35 % introduced no risk factor of aggravated influenza (respiratory, cardiac chronic illness, morbid obesity...). On the total, 67 % were not vaccinated. 3 % were it. In 30 % of these serious cases (20 patients), vaccinal status is not specified (30 %), according to this balance sheet.



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In a newsletter published on Wednesday, InVS adds that since the resumption of surveillance on November 1st of this year, 129 serious cases, among which 15 deceases, were signalled to him.
The majority of these 129 cases accepted in intensive care concern adults, with risk factor, infected by viruses of type A. Alone 8 of them had been vaccinated.
On the 15 persons died, from 3 to 84 years old, 11 introduced a risk factor and 13 had been infected by a virus of type A, specifies InVS which underlines that the epidemic does not introduce " particular seriousness " until now, with a rate of lower decease that noticed « during the previous seasons ».
According to the Groupes network Régionaux of Observation of Influenza, « influenza was responsible about 560 000 appeals to the general practitioners and paediatricians » last week, that is 20000 more than previous week.

Network also raises that the increase of consultations for high-pitched respiratory infection or seizes up concern « especially the children » and that the three viruses A (H1N1) pdm09, In (H3N2) and B continues circulating « without net dominance of one or other one ».
« The level of activity of the influenzal syndromes should continue augmenting this week », estimates from his part the Sentinelles-Inserm network which takes into account only influenza with fever of sudden appearance exceeding 39 degrees, accompanied with respiratory signs and with aches, and seen in general medicine.
He adds that on the basis of these criteria, « 841 6000 persons would have consulted a doctor in five weeks of epidemic ».
The most affected regions by influenza last week, according to network Sentries, were regions Rhône - Alps (666 for 100000 inhabitants), Nord-Pas-de-Calais (660), Limousin (592), Auvergne (450), Provence-French riviera of Azure ((427), Champagne-Ardenne (418), Alsace (413) and Centers (312).

http://www.leprogres.fr/france-monde...epuis-novembre
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The epidemic of influenza continues intensifying in metropolitan France, with consultations in strong increase, but fewer serious cases were hospitalized in the course of last week, according to organisms of loading of the surveillance of this infection.



After six successive weeks of increase, ' infectious activity could continue augmenting this week ', raises the Sentinelles-Inserm network according to its model of prediction.



The Institute of health wakefulness (InVS) notes that last week was marked by a ' important increase of consultations and hospitalizations ', with nevertheless ' a reduction of serious cases accepted in intensive care ', perhaps in touch with a more important circulation of viruses B for three weeks.



The institute raises so a rate of impact of consultations for influenzal syndromes (732 cases for 100.000 inhabitants) ' in strong increase ' for last week, exceeding the peak of the previous two seasons.





' All edges of ages are concerned, and particularly the children ', underlines from his part Hot toddy network (Regional Groups of Observation of Influenza).



Least than 14 years composed 60 % of the 2.365 passages for influenza in emergency and 54 % of hospitalizations last week, according to the hospital network Oscour which represents two - third of all passages to emergency in metropolis.



Influenza was responsible d? about 1.100.000 appeals to the general practitioners and paediatricians last week, to an estimate of the Hot toddy.



These last say that three types of influenzal viruses circulate A (H1N1) pdm09, To (H3N2) and B nowadays.



For his/her part, Sentries network, which takes into account only forms of influenza marked by a fever exceeding 39 degrees and of sudden appearance, accompanied with aches and with respiratory signs, respect according to these criteria, that in six weeks of epidemic 1.270.000 persons would have consulted a doctor.



On the total of the 169 cases of making seize up (among whom 9 vaccinating) accepted in intensive care taken a census since last November, 17 deceases are to deplore at patient's from 3 to 84 years old, points out on Wednesday InVS.



Among these serious cases, 70 % were not vaccinated; for 24 % of them, vaccinal status is not specified.



On the 169 cases, 30 % had no risk factor of complicated influenza (respiratory, cardiac chronic illness, morbid obesity).


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Epidémie of intense influenza, 25 deaths

If the epidemic of ' Gastro ' ends, the epidemic of influenza remains intense in metropolitan France, with 25 deceases in intensive care taken a census since last November 1st, according to the organisms of surveillance. The Institute of health wakefulness (InVS) notes that influenza is 'intense ' with a ' strong increase ' of passages in emergency 'principally ' of children of less than 14 years (60 % of passages in emergency and 45 % of hospitalizations while they count only for 18 % of the French population) .Depuis on the November 1st, 2012, 236 cases of influenza were accepted in intensive care, among which the 25 died persons, according to InVS. The number of these serious cases already exceeds that recorded at the time of the infectious peak of the previous season, but the proportion of deceases remains lower in that of last seasons.


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> Surveillance of serious cases of influenza accepted in intensive care
Since November 1st, 2012, date of resumption of surveillance, 314 accepted cases of influenza there
intensive care was signalled to InVS.
The weekly number of serious cases of influenza accepted in intensive care seems to diminish since
the week 05/2013 (Face 6), with a fall in the North half and a stable number in
south half of France.

Thirty-four deceases happened: the age varied from 3 to 84 years (median in 58 years); 27 cases
had a risk factor, 25 were infected by a virus A and 9 by a virus B. The fatality has
yet attained stocks noticed during the previous seasons.

http://www.invs.sante.fr/Dossiers-th...2-fevrier-2013
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Bulletin of 26-02

Since November 1st, 2012, date of resumption of surveillance, 506 cases of influenza accepted in intensive care were signalled to InVS.
The weekly number of serious cases of influenza accepted in intensive care stayed in tray of the week 04 - 06/2013 and seems to diminish (Face 5) since. Fall will be to confirm with data consolidated next week.

Serious cases were predominantly (69 %) infected by a virus of type A and 74 % of them introduced a risk factor. The age of cases stretched from 15 days to 97 years with a median in 57 years (Picture 1).
Sixty-seven deceases happened: the age varied from 3 to 84 years (median in 59 years), 77 % had a risk factor, 65 % were infected by a virus A. The fatality, good that always lower, gets closer to stocks noticed during the previous seasons.

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