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    Default Swine flu travels to Bangladesh

    The first swine flu case was detected in Bangladesh on Thursday, the health ministry said in press statement on Friday.

    On examining the throat swab and nasal wash samples of a Bangladeshi just returned from the United States, IEDCR and ICDDR,B jointly confirmed the presence of H1N1 virus responsible for the deadly flu.

    Appropriate measures have been taken to treat the person, the statement added.

    Senior scientific officer of IEDCR Dr Mustak Hossain told bdnews24.com, "The victim returned home three-four days back. He was put under test as he fell ill."

    The victim is now under treatment and his family members have been also kept under constant observation, he said

    But he declined to give details about the man.

    Out of the seven men screened on suspicion of bearing swine flu until Thursday, he was the first to be detected with the same, Dr Hossain said

    India is examining incoming passengers at the international airports to check the flu pandemic. The Middle Eastern countries, home to the largest numbers of Bangladeshi expatriate workers, have also launched the drive against it.

    In India, more than 10 patients have been detected with swine flu, one of them in Kolkata.

    Gulf Times reported a Bangldeshi child in Dohar was detected with swine flu some days back. The victim was on its way to Bangladesh from the US. The child is undergoing treatment in Dohar.

    Since the WHO declared the swine flu pandemic on June 11, Bangladesh has been free of any infestation until this case.

    The government has taken necessary measures to combat and curb the flu pandemic. Health minister AFM Ruhul Haque is leading the campaign.

    So far the virus is causing mild to moderate disease, but it has killed at least 171 people and been confirmed in nearly 43,312 globally.

    The virus has killed 109 people in Mexico, where it was first detected in April before spreading to the rest of the world, prompting the Mexican government to temporarily shut schools and businesses in an effort to slow its spread.

    Countries from Australia to Chile to the United States, where 44 people have been killed, are reporting that the new swine flu virus is "crowding out" seasonal flu, becoming the predominant influenza strain.

    Patients with specific flu-like symptoms–a fever above 40 degrees C, cough or other respiratory symptoms–are presumed to have the new virus.
    http://www.bdnews24.com/details.php?...d=87684&hb=top

    Time for us to be careful. Avoid crowded places and try and stay indoors till BD gets the vaccine.

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    Default Re: Swine flu travels to Bangladesh

    hmm....truly a bad news...

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    Default Re: Swine flu travels to Bangladesh

    very very bad news

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    Default Re: Swine flu travels to Bangladesh

    Sad news ..
    ~It is better to keep your mouth shut and let people think you are stupid than to open it and remove all doubt.

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    Default Re: Swine flu travels to Bangladesh

    OMG... Worst news of the year..

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    Default Re: Swine flu travels to Bangladesh

    Mask koi pawa jay!?

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    Post Re: Swine flu travels to Bangladesh

    sobai dhaka sere palaaaoooo kisudiner jonno

    it is not a joke man

    koekdin school college na korle somossa nai bacho age Dhaka theke desher bariii jaooo


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    ISH...eki holo....
    ekhon kothae jabo !!

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    Post Re: Swine flu travels to Bangladesh

    grame jan dhaka saren

    i am not kiddin bhagen sobai bachte chaile 4-5 mas por sob thanda hoile back

    Bi chance er LICENSE NAI


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    Don't be afraid guys. Swine flu isn't as dangerous as the media wants you to believe.

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    Post Re: Swine flu travels to Bangladesh

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    Don't be afraid guys. Swine flu isn't as dangerous as the media wants you to believe.
    ya i know that swine flu dara mrittu hobei emon na

    100 jon e 1 jon mara jay bakira even without treatment ei bhalo hoye jay

    treatment
    from wikipedia>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_flu_pandemic


    Home treatment remedies

    The Mayo Clinic suggested a number of measures to help ease symptoms, including adequate hydration and rest, soup to ease congestion, and over-the-counter drugs to relieve pain. The latter would relieve symptoms, but not treat the condition, and runs the risk of overdose or harm to children if used incorrectly In general, most patients were expected to recover without requiring medical attention, with the exception of individuals with pre-existing or acquired complications.

    Antiviral drugs

    According to the CDC, antiviral drugs can be given to treat those who become severely ill. These antiviral drugs are prescription medicines (pills, liquid or an inhaler) and act against influenza viruses, including the 2009 pandemic virus. There are two such medications that are recommended for use against the 2009 H1N1 swine flu virus, oseltamivir (Tamiflu) and zanamivir (Relenza). The 2009 H1N1 swine flu virus is resistant to the adamantane antiviral medications, amantadine and rimantadine. The CDC has noted that as the flu pandemic spreads, antiviral drugs such as oseltamivir (Tamiflu) and zanamivir (Relenza) might become in short supply. Therefore, the drugs would be given first to those people who have been hospitalized or are at high risk of complications. The drugs work best if given within 2 days of becoming ill, but might be given later if illness became severe or to those at a high risk for complications.
    In H3N2 strains, Tamiflu treatment has led to resistance in 0.4% of adult cases and 5.5% of children. Resistant strains usually are less transmissible. Nonetheless resistant human H1N1 viruses became widely established in previous flu seasons. Marie-Paule Kiely, WHO vaccine research director, said that it was "almost a given" that the new strain would undergo reassortment with resistant seasonal flu viruses and acquire resistance, but it was not yet known at what level resistance would appear. Simulations suggest that if physicians chose a second effective antiviral such as zanamivir (Relenza) as first-line treatment in even a few percent of cases, this could greatly delay the spread of resistant strains. If the virus develops oseltamivir resistance, the "world’s Tamiflu stockpiles will be all but worthless," doctors would have to switch to the more expensive and harder to take, Relenza.
    When buying these medications, some agencies warn against buying from online sources, with WHO estimating that half the drugs sold by online pharmacies without a physical address are counterfeit.Medical experts were also concerned that people "racing to grab up antiviral drugs just to feel safe" might eventually lead to the virus developing drug resistance. Partly as a result, experts suggested the medications should be reserved for only the very ill or people with severe immune deficiencies
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    Default Re: Swine flu travels to Bangladesh

    eto voy pawar ki holo..ektu careful thaklei holo..ete dhaka theke chole jabar ki ase??

    dhakay to bird-flu o ashsilo tokhon ki shob dhaka sere palaiila??


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    Default Re: Swine flu travels to Bangladesh

    ei virus er na tika ber hoise?? bd te shobaire taratari tika khaway dite hobe..
    amader aro shabdhan howa uchit chilo.. jeshob deshe ei virus ache sheshob desher theke keu ashar age bhalo moto check kore bd te dhukano uchit chilo.. ki aar korar..
    seeing is believing..

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    amar mama (usa te thaken) bolse normal flu te naki er theke beshi lok mara jay and media te eita joto ta na bhoyonkor tar theke onek beshi dekhano hocche .. he says eigula naki pharmaceutical company der kaj :S

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    Default Re: Swine flu travels to Bangladesh

    Yes that is correct Zeus. Way more people die of seasonal flu than this.

    Just be careful for the next couple of weeks till BD gets the vaccine. Advise your friends to do the same.

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    Post Re: Swine flu travels to Bangladesh

    total 7 people attacked!! including a child


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    More bad news.

    7 more swine flu cases brings total to 16

    Seven more cases of swine flu have been identified by the IEDCR, bringing the number of confirmed infections in Bangladesh to 16, an official said Wednesday.

    Divisional health directorate chiefs have been asked to attend a meeting in Dhaka Thursday to plan measurers to combat the spread of the virus, Prof Mahmudur Rahman, director of the Institute of Epidemiology and Disease Control and Research, told bdnews24.com.

    "Three cases were confirmed Tuesday night, while four others were identified Wednesday. They are aged between two and 46," said Rahman.

    The directorate of health has also asked private TV stations to broadcast public information programmes in a bid to halt the progress of the disease, said Rahman.

    Five of the new cases were contracted within Bangladesh, although the majority of swine flu cases in Bangladesh arrived from the USA and Australia, he said.

    Senior IEDCR official Mushtaq Hossain said now the virus was being transmitted within the country more stringent measures were required to contain the disease.

    "The virus found here appears to have a lower mortality rate than that found in the USA and Mexico," said Hossain.

    According to the latest data, approximately 77,000 cases have been detected in 70 countries worldwide, with 332 fatalities on record.

    WHO declared a swine flu pandemic on June 1, while the health ministry confirmed the first case in Bangladesh on June 19.

    Hossain said influenza can spread very quickly in Bangladesh, particularly in Dhaka where the high population density provides a perfect breeding ground.

    The disease is at level-1 in Bangladesh for now, as the cases are found scattered. Level-2 is declared if more than one infected is found in a family.

    Incoming passengers are being examined at Dhaka, Chittagong and Sylhet airports, Chittagong and Mongla seaports and 11 land ports as a protection measure.

    Around 60,000 travellers have been screened so far with specimen taken from 60 for examination.

    Symptoms of the virus include fever with high temperature and respiratory problems.

    The IEDCR advises schools and offices to grant leave to anyone who displays symptoms of the virus.

    It also advises people to refrain from spitting and regular hand washing to curb spread of the virus.



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    Bangladesh Confirms First Swine Flu Death

    The government has confirmed the first H1N1 death in Bangladesh. Doctors at Lab Aid Hospital in Dhaka said the victim was a 35-year old woman.

    "A swine flu positive patient died last night at a private hospital in the capital," Mahmudur Rahman, director of the Institute of Epidemiology Disease Control and Research (IEDCR), told bdnews24.com on Monday.

    Rahman said the patient had been suffering severe symptoms and complications related to swine flu.

    "This is the first recorded swine flu fatality in Bangladesh," he said.

    A senior doctor at Lab Aid Hospital in Dhanmondi told bdnews24.com that Mitali Chakravarty, 35, a swine flu patient in critical condition, died at around 10.30pm on Sunday night.

    Mitali, of Savar's Uttar Para, was one IEDCR's confirmed H1N1 cases, Dr Samiran Kumar Saha, professor of medicine at Lab Aid and the patient's supervising doctor, told bdnews24.com on the night.

    She was admitted to Savar's Enam Medical College Hospital on Aug 16 with suspected dengue, but when it was clear her symptoms did not match dengue, and might be swine flu, Mita was transferred to Lab Aid Hospital in Dhanmondi, her family said.

    "Mitali was admitted to Lab Aid Hospital on Aug 20, and subsequent tests of IEDCR confirmed she had contracted the H1N1, or swine flu, virus," said Saha.

    "Her condition was serious as she was suffering complications with pneumonia."

    The death came a day after officials in Bangladesh said the country's alert level may be raised from 2 to 3, signalling an epidemic.

    IEDCR, the institute within the health ministry that is responsible for disease surveillance and outbreak response, confirmed 14 new cases on Monday morning, taking the government's tally of recorded swine flu cases to 213.

    Alert level may be raised


    Officials and experts at a swine flu seminar on Saturday said Bangladesh may soon raise its H1N1 alert to level 3, signalling an epidemic, in light of the recent jumps in the number of detected swine flu cases.

    Saturday also saw a record leap in the official swine flu count, with 31 new cases detected in a single day.

    Senior scientific officer of IEDCR Mushtuq Husain said the country was now at alert level 2, but could soon be at level 3, as the rising number of detected cases gave an indication of the actual spread of the virus across the country.

    Officials said the virus was now being transmitted at higher rates within the country but there was no cause for panic.

    They stressed the need for better dissemination of information about swine flu to ensure people in both urban and rural areas get proper treatment and take simple measures to curb the spread of the virus.

    Husein said there was no reason to fear, "We have been alert since the day WHO declared a pandemic."

    The World Health Organization declared a global H1N1 flu pandemic on June 11. Bangladesh's first case was detected on June 18.

    "An action plan has been developed to fight this sort of situation," said Husein.

    "It will require stricter control at airports and other immigration points as well as clinical measures."

    'Prepared'

    Health minister AFM Ruhul Haq had said earlier this month that the regional scenario, including the growing swine flu fatalities reported in India, was "alarming" for Bangladesh, but the country was prepared to deal with the situation.

    The government has sufficient stocks of flu drugs—with almost 30 million doses of oseltamivir, commonly known by brand name Tamiflu, in stock—while doctors are receiving specialised training on a rolling basis throughout the country.

    IEDCR advises schools and offices to grant leave to anyone who displays symptoms of the flu.


    Source: BDNews24.com
    seeing is believing..

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    Man amaro jor hoise ajke.
    Khub chintai asi.
    Bivinno dhoroner Osud khaisi dekha jak ki hoi.Doa koiro sobai.

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    looks like a new resident evil is coming :S

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