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Singapura 'Negara Contoh' Dalam Usaha Menangani Penularan Virus Zika - WHO

3-9-2016 11:45 AM| Diterbitkan: CARI-LTS| Dilihat: 5956| Komen: 25

Description: Pertubuhan Kesihatan Sedunia (WHO) memuji cara Singapura mengendalikan penularan virus Zika di republik itu, menyifatkan ia sebagai 'model contoh'.
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Pertubuhan Kesihatan Sedunia (WHO) memuji cara Singapura mengendalikan penularan virus Zika di republik itu, menyifatkan ia sebagai 'model contoh'. 

Pengerusi jawatankuasa WHO, David Heymann, berkata republik itu dijangka melengkapkan susunan jenis virus berkenaan dalam penularan minggu depan.

"Mereka menyusun jenis dan kemudian mendapatkan perbandingan normal yang ada pada jenis ini dengan jenis lain untuk dipastikan sebelum membuat pengumuman mereka tahu apa yang dihadapi." 

WHO juga berkata, tiada bukti penularan virus Zika berikutan Olimpik di Rio de Janeiro, satu petanda baik bagi 'penilaian risiko rendah' pada Kejohanan Paralimpik bulan ini. 


Sejak pengesahan kes pertama Zika di Singapura, 'dalam masa singkat ada banyak kerja makmal, usaha kesihatan awam termasuk kawalan vektor dilakukan, selain susulan terperinci termasuk analisis kes di negara itu'. 

Menjelang Jumaat, 189 kes pemindahan Zika disahkan di Singapura. 

Republik itu dijangka melengkapkan susunan jenis virus berkenaan dalam penularan minggu depan.- CARI




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Quote finesse 3-9-2016 12:02 PM
X senang duduk geng anti singapork... kemain kutuk singapork dpt zika, tup2 negara pun terkena sama..
Quote wana89 3-9-2016 12:11 PM
finesse replied at 3-9-2016 12:02 PM
X senang duduk geng anti singapork... kemain kutuk singapork dpt zika, tup2 negara pun terkena sama. ...

Negara dapat zika sebab mak cik tu lawat anak dia kat singapore yg kena zika la fin
Gitew la cter yer
Quote wana89 3-9-2016 12:17 PM
Apa2 pun kita puji usaha Singapore kawal zika.. So blh ambil contoh

Quote finesse 3-9-2016 01:05 PM
wana89 replied at 3-9-2016 12:11 PM
Negara dapat zika sebab mak cik tu lawat anak dia kat singapore yg kena zika la fin
Gitew l ...

Nampak tak cashh kat situ??  
Gigih kutuk jiran sendiri.. kan tuhan dh byr cashhh..
Quote lavatonggek 3-9-2016 03:05 PM
wa bukan apa

wa nak tanya who

berapa singapura derma duit kat who

wa gelak guling2
Quote rashiman 3-9-2016 06:44 PM
Sepatutnya war-warkan negara contoh yg berjaya menghalang terus virus zika masuk dalam negara.
atau negara yg paling kurang yg kena penyakit zika.
Quote melinda_kerr 3-9-2016 06:51 PM
kes baru yg ke sabah nyamuk tu
mcmana pulak? ngeri betul.
Quote saladin780 3-9-2016 07:06 PM
melinda_kerr replied at 3-9-2016 06:51 PM
kes baru yg ke sabah nyamuk tu
mcmana pulak? ngeri betul.

Err..zika dah smpi sabah ke ??
Quote dcruins 3-9-2016 07:14 PM
Dah meninggal sebab komplikasi jantung, memang sebelum kena Zika dah macam2 penyakit dialami mangsa ni khabar nya.....




Sabah man with Zika dies of heart complications By OLIVIA MIWIL - 3 September 2016 @ 7:02 PM

By OLIVIA MIWIL - 3 September 2016 @ 7:02 PM

http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/09/170493/sabah-man-zika-dies-heart-complications

KOTA KINABALU: The 61-year-old man, who hours earlier became the second Malaysian tested positive for Zika, has died due to heart complications. Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah confirmed this when contacted this evening. The Sabah man was also reported to be the first-locally transmitted Zika patient.

Two days ago, the health authorities confirmed that a 58-year-old woman from Klang had the virus after visiting Singapore. In a statement issued earlier today Hisham said the Zika male patient from Taman Public Jaya in Likas developed high fever on Aug 27 and his condition deteriorated with muscle pain and diarrhoea. He was admitted to the emergency and trauma unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital 2 on Aug 31 for further treatment. Urine and blood tests conducted on him returned positive for Zika.

The severity of the symptoms might be caused by the man's existing medical condition such as hypertension, chronic artery disease, chronic kidney disease and kidney stones, Hisham said. “The man, however, has not recently traveled to Zika-affected countries and was likely bitten by an infected Aedes mosquito here.”

Early this year, Universiti Malaysia Sabah Entomologist Associate Professor Dr Chua Tock Hing revealed that a woman from Germany had possibly contracted the disease in Keningau, Sabah, two years ago. He was referring to a United States’ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report during a talk organised by Jesselton Medical Centre here in February. The CDC report, “Emerging Infectious Diseases” Volume 21 — Number 5, May 2015 said the 45-year-old woman from Heidelberg, Germany, fell ill six days after her return from a three-week vacation in Malaysia in August 2014. The report also cited a study by Marchette NJ, Garcia R and Rudrick A on isolation of Zika virus from Aedes mosquitoes in Malaysia, which shows that antibodies against Zika virus were detected in 15 out of 79 people in Peninsular Malaysia and nine out of 50 in Sabah in 1969.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/ ... heart-complications

Quote melinda_kerr 3-9-2016 07:23 PM
saladin780 replied at 3-9-2016 07:06 PM
Err..zika dah smpi sabah ke ??

ha ah ada kes terbaru. tu ada org tepek artikel
Quote marumaru 3-9-2016 07:37 PM
Ai denggi pun tak pernah kena..inikan ade zika pula...may god save us all...
Quote arasham 3-9-2016 07:42 PM
melinda_kerr replied at 3-9-2016 07:23 PM
ha ah ada kes terbaru. tu ada org tepek artikel

Dah meninggal pun.. Serangan jantung.
Quote rifhana_ilham 3-9-2016 08:35 PM
dcruins replied at 3-9-2016 07:14 PM
Dah meninggal sebab komplikasi jantung, memang sebelum kena Zika dah macam2 penyakit dialami mangsa  ...

My ex boss. Tapi dia meninggal bcoz of his other illness. RIP
Quote FARRAZOOL 3-9-2016 08:37 PM
Minta dijauhkan drpd penyakit ni
Quote pyropura 3-9-2016 10:14 PM
.. kan, singaporn always the best ...   @sub5zero @kak_sue

Quote sub5zero 3-9-2016 11:00 PM
wana89 replied at 3-9-2016 12:17 PM
Apa2 pun kita puji usaha Singapore kawal zika.. So blh ambil contoh

Alaaaa...kekonon  amik berat sbb takut suma  driver F1  xmo join night race kt spork bln ni...takut kna gigit nyamuk la sis.......akai mudah dibaca.....rkyat dia esp @kak_sue buat onar kt msia saman x byr hada dia kesah??       
Quote Newaterrr 4-9-2016 08:46 AM
sub5zero replied at 3-9-2016 11:00 PM
Alaaaa...kekonon  amik berat sbb takut suma  driver F1  xmo join night race kt spork bln ni...taku ...

Hehehe....Anak buah pak yim wel. pakcik sewel. Anak buah sakit jiwang....
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kesian kan....mereng & jiweng


Quote kak_sue 4-9-2016 08:50 AM
Zika virus strain here may not be from Brazil

The Zika virus behind an outbreak in Singapore likely evolved from a strain which was already circulating in South-east Asia, scientists here have found out.

This means that it was probably not imported from South America, where Zika has been linked with microcephaly - a serious condition which affects unborn children.

The Ministry of Health (MOH) yesterday revealed 26 more people came down with Zika. This was the first dip in new infections since Aug 29, bringing the total to 215 cases. Last Friday, the number of new infections was 38.

While it is too early to say if the outbreak has turned a corner, experts welcomed the news but still stressed the need to continue eliminating the Aedes mosquito, which spreads the Zika virus.

Environment and Water Resources Minister Masagos Zulkifli yesterday highlighted that the World Health Organisation on Friday described Singapore's efforts against Zika as an example for other countries to follow.

He said that this has affirmed Singapore's "promptness and transparency in the Zika episode".

"I think that is important because that is part of being a responsible country," he added.

There have been about 1.5 million reported Zika cases in Brazil. But while the virus there has been linked with microcephaly, nine in 10 of such cases occurred in the north-eastern part of the country.

Experts are exploring whether other environmental, socioeconomic or biological factors could be at play, according to a news article in the research journal Nature.

In its update yesterday, MOH said the National Public Health Laboratory has worked with A*Star's Bioinformatics Institute to complete the sequencing of the Zika virus found in two patients from the first cluster in Aljunied Crescent/Sims Drive. The analysis found that the virus belongs to the Asian lineage and likely evolved from the strain already circulating in this region. The virus from these two patients was not imported from South America. The research team will release more details shortly, the update added.

Experts say that the news is encouraging. Dr Leong Hoe Nam, an infectious diseases specialist from Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, said: "I need to look at the data more closely. But given that it's distanced from the Brazil virus, then certainly the likelihood of microcephaly here will be more distant."

Infectious diseases specialist Paul Tambyah said Zika, which was found in this region as early as in the 1960s, could have been circulating in South-east Asia for decades.

This means that many people in the region could already have developed some sort of immunity.



Quote kak_sue 4-9-2016 09:02 AM
pyropura replied at 3-9-2016 10:14 PM
.. kan, singaporn always the best ...   @sub5zero @kak_sue

OMG...nanti ada yg terbakor jiwa . @ sub5zero

singapore minum air kencing newater, tinggal kat pigeon hole house, kena keje sampai mampus, tak bayar saman, beli cekedis 50sen bayar gunakan note RM50. Bina negara gunakan duit HARAM money laudering! Where got always the best????




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