Sindonews.com - One of the residents of South Bugul Petamanan District who allegedly contracted the bird flu virus was brought to the Hospital Purut Pasuruan Saturday (02/18/2012).
victim was rushed to hospital with symptoms of cough, runny nose and shortness of breath worse. Victims P (50) is one of five people suspected of contracting bird flu virus that attacks the Village Petamanan this week.
According to KJ (52) who accompanied the victim's husband at the hospital said that his wife's declining condition last night and this morning was immediately taken to the Hospital R Soedarsono Pasuruan. As is known from the bird flu virus that attacks the Village Petamanan, five residents have symptoms of cough, runny nose, fever and shortness of breath.
These five people had been examined and taken blood samples and nose to make sure the fluid tested positive for the H5N1 virus.
But of the five residents who were treated the way in their homes, the only victim of P which decreased the condition.
Ironically, the handling of the patient suspect bird flu in Makati City Hospital Purut impressed slow, because the victim was treated and admitted to the Emergency room (ER) mixed with other common patients. Though many patients and visitors who are not wearing masks.
. Attending physician in charge was impressed not respond even though he knows that the patient referrals from primary care clinics suspected of contracting bird flu. Even one of the media who want to ask for a mask in the ER was not given up and said, while stock is still there the mask in the IGD. Chief Medical Officer of Makati City, Sugeng Winarto said, then P will be referred to the RSSA unfortunate because R Soedarsono Hospital Pasuruan town has no equipped to handle bird flu patients. while the four other residents condition is still stable and remains hospitalized each added sugeng. http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=en&ie=UTF8&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=id&tl=en&twu=1&u=http://m.sindonews.com/read/2012/02/18/447/578198/terduga-suspect-flu-burung-dirawat-di-rs&usg=ALkJrhh0aJbwaI-_FZ4nbbOpFb6fngQs6A