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11 Jun 2017

#China, #Guizhou: a #patient recovered from a severe #H7N9 #avian #influenza virus #infection (Jun 11 ‘17)


Title: China, Guizhou: a patient recovered from a severe H7N9 avian influenza virus infection.

Subject: Avian Influenza, H7N9 subtype, human case in Guizhou province of China.

Source: Local Media, full page: (LINK). Article in Chinese, edited.

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China, Guizhou: a patient recovered from a severe H7N9 avian influenza virus infection

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After 82 days of treatment, on June 6 afternoon in Zunyi City, a H7N9 virus infected patient achieved clinical recovery and left the Zunyi Medical College Hospital ICU ward.

On March 15 this year, Zunyi City, confirmed a case of H7N9 virus infection, the patient is male, aged 61 years old, Yuqing County. After the diagnosis, Zunyi City, start the emergency plan, in the epidemic prevention and control at the same time, the patient to the full treatment, will be sent to Zunyi Medical College Hospital ICU ward.

For older patients, more serious characteristics of the disease, Zunyi Medical College Hospital in the city health planning committee under the request, set up from the treatment group, the patient started 24 hours monitoring and treatment.

At the same time City Guard Commission also from the counties (cities, districts) deployed 15 medical staff to participate in treatment.

After 82 days of effective treatment, clinical cure. At present, patients with good mental, appetite and sleep back to normal, accompanied by family members, patients left Zunyi Medical College Hospital, transferred to Yuqing County People's Hospital for rehabilitation. (Source: Zunyi Daily)

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Keywords: China; Guizhou; H7N9; Avian Influenza; Human.

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