Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Vietnam: Blocking #H7N9 From Entering in Humans

August 14, 2013

According to Tien, the role of quarantine border road and air is very important. To do this, there needs to interdisciplinary collaboration between the health police, border, trade and agriculture. "The central task now is to prevent H7N9 in Vietnam," she said Tien.
Mr. Nguyen Van Sau, director of the Centre international health quarantine, said daily international airport Tan Son Nhat has about 100 flight to 10,000-15,000 passengers. "The biggest difficulty is the remote temperature scanners only detect fever patients, who have not discovered incubation," he said Friday. In addition, the majority of flights have saved less than an hour in the examination difficult, patients with suspected diagnosis and disinfect the air. 
Clip passenger detector temperature at Tan Son Nhat airport
Hospital for Tropical Diseases in Ho Chi Minh City, Nguyen Thanh Long, Deputy Minister of Health said China now has 24 cases and 7 deaths. Concern is not a disease of poultry found dead but the death sufferers. Mr. Long also confirmed that Vietnam is risk attack by the Chinese border and foreign tourists to visit. The Ministry of Health is in conjunction with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development to prevent pathogens from poultry intrusion smuggled across the border.
Hospital for Tropical Diseases, Ho Chi Minh City will be the first to receive patients suspected of contracting H7N9. "The flu patients must be sampled for testing H7N9 and HCM City Pasteur Institute tested the final conclusion," Mr. Long said.
Mr Luong Ngoc Khue, Director of medical management, in addition to Hospital for Tropical Diseases, in Ho Chi Minh City, 1 Children's Hospital, Children 2 and Pham Ngoc Thach Hospital is also responsible for the establishment of treatment if H7N9 flu patients to Ho Chi Minh City and the region. The Ministry of Health will soon have H7N9 treatment regimens for early deployment to the hospital.
PhD - Doctor Nguyen Van Vinh Chau, director of the Tropical Disease Hospital HCMC confirmed this hospital was ready for the reception and distribution of influenza type, resulting in a 24-hour clock ."When patients are positive for influenza A but negative for H1, H3, H5, we will treat it as H7N9 continues to be tested," says Dr. Chau.
The biggest difficulty of the H7N9 flu virus is entirely new to limited information on the clinical presentation and severity of disease and the strong response to treatment. Tamiflu oral form unknown response is not effective. He also fears the European quarantine hospital from the airport can be overloaded if any are spotted fever isolation. Accordingly, the need to test the initial release patients, if they suspected H7N9 HCMC Pasteur Institute moved further tests.
PhD - Doctor Nguyen Thanh Hung, deputy director of the Children's Hospital 1 said that science and infection in emergency resuscitation poised to treat 120 cases. The hospital also has eight mobile teams to serve when needed. Faculty Representative Hospital Infection 2 Department said there quick response units and have separate emergency department for treatment of serious illness.
Dr. Le Hoang San, Deputy Director of HCM City Pasteur Institute, said the Institute will be established to oversee the many groups in the local risk factors. At least 3 days will result identifier H7N9.

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