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Friday, April 16, 2010

Bagaimana anda menangani masalah penyakit H1N1?

Senarai Laporan Kejadian Kluster Influenza-Like Illness (ILI) Yang Diterima Oleh Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia,
Sehingga 8:00 Pagi Pada 15 April 2010
Bil. Institusi Negeri Tarikh
Bil. Kes ILI (Awal) Keputusan Sampel

Klinikal Yang Diambil
1 Rumah Kediaman di Batu 2 ¾, Kg
Ladang , Semabok Melaka 14-Apr-10 2 orang 2 sampel positif H1N1
2 PLKN Putra Putri Taboh Naning, Alor
Gajah Melaka 14-Apr-10 15 orang Belum Diketahui
3 Rumah Kediaman di Bandar Puteri,
Klang Selangor 14-Apr-10 2 orang 2 sampel positif H1N1
4 Rumah Kediaman di Taman Alam
Nyata Kebun Seksyen 36 Shah Alam Selangor 14-Apr-10 2 orang 2 sampel positif H1N1

5 Rumah Kediaman di Jln Rantau
Panjang, Klang Selangor 14-Apr-10 3 orang 3 sampel positif H1N1
6 Rumah Kediaman di Taman Andalas
Jaya, Klang Selangor 14-Apr-10 2 orang 2 sampel positif H1N1
7 Sek Men Keb Kuala Kubu Baru Selangor 14-Apr-10 3 orang 3 sampel positif H1N1
8 SJKC Chong Hwa, Senggarang, Batu
Pahat Johor 14-Apr-10 5 orang Belum Diketahui
9 SM Vokasional , Batu Pahat Johor 14-Apr-10 3 orang Belum Diketahui
10 SBP Integrasi Indera Mahkota,
Kuantan Pahang 14-Apr-10 24 orang Belum Diketahui
11 PLKN White Resort, Balik Pulau Pulau
Pinang 14-Apr-10 11 orang 1 sampel positif H1N1

Dapatkan suntikan vaksin Influenza A (H1N1) PERCUMA.*Bekalan Vaksin adalah terhad.Untuk maklumat lanjut sila layarai h1n1.moh.gov.my/

Senarai Fasiliti Kerajaan Terpilih Untuk Pelaksanaan Pemberian Vaksin H1N1 di Selangor.

Dr Anita bt SulaimanTel: 03-51237366/03-51237368
KK Kajang
KK Pandamaran, Klang
KK Kelana Jaya
KK Seri Kembangan
KK Seksyen 7 Shah Alam
KK Taman Ehsan, Gombak
KK Kuala Selangor (Kuala Selangor)
KK Sungai Besar (Sabak Bernam)
KK Salak (Sepang)
KK Teluk Datok (Kuala Langat)

Hindari keluarga anda dari mengalamai selsema babi ini kerana ianya boleh membawa maut jika kita ambil mudah sahaja. Sekian, terima kasih.



  1. What is currently happen in our politic right now?

    April 15, 2010 20:52 PM

    Kamalanathan Best Candidate For BN In Hulu Selangor

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 15 (Bernama) -- Umno members generally welcome the announcement by Barisan Nasional (BN) deputy chairman and Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin that MIC information chief P. Kamalanathan has been selected as the BN candidate in Hulu Selangor.

    Umno Supreme Council member Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz said the announcement on Kamalanathan's candidacy gave the BN an opportunity to take back the Hulu Selangor Parliamentary seat from the opposition.

    "We are happy that Kamalanathan was announced as the BN candidate in Hulu Selangor. This is good and they (Kamalanathan and Datuk Zaid Ibrahim, from Parti Keadilan Rakyat) are both new faces. So the chances are 50-50.

    "I'm happy and inspired to go campaigning," Mohamed Nazri, who is also the Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, told reporters at the Parliament lobby, here on Thursday.

    Meanwhile, Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah, who is also an Umno Supreme Council member said the selection of the MIC information chief as the BN candidate was most appropriate.

    "For us in Umno, he is our candidate and we accept. We accept anyone picked by the top leadership. I feel he has the right experience and we are confident of winning.

    "I want to point out that although some people say the candidate from Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Zaid Ibrahim is a notable figure and a former Cabinet Minister, we must also remember that in an election, being a notable figure alone does not ensure victory," said Saifuddin, who is the Deputy Minister of Higher Education.

    Domestic Trade, Cooperative and Consumerism Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob, said to ensure victory for the candidate, everyone and the party machinery should no longer dispute the candidate selected.

    "I believe that the people in Hulu Selangor look up to the national leadership, the question of what the Prime Minister does, what the Prime Minister will do in future. That is what we should look at," he said.

    Meanwhile, PKR vice-president Mohamed Azmin Ali said the Opposition Pact, also participated by DAP and PAS, was ready to face the BN candidate in the by-election.

    The by-election for the Hulu Selangor Parliamentary seat is being held following the death of Datuk Dr Zainal Abidin Ahmad from the PKR on March 25 due to brain cancer and nomination day has been set for Saturday. In KUALA LUMPUR, MIC vice-president Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam said Kamalanathan's communication and IT skills would appeal to the people of Hulu Selangor.

    "He is highly educated and active in MIC. I am confident that he can foster good ties with the people," he said at a function in Cheras tonight.

    The Human Resource Minister said BN had to work hard to campaign as Kamalanathan was new and that Hulu Selangor was a big area.

    -- BERNAMA

    Hoping, this politic's environment can release the burdern of some of the social's issues such as the deathly epidemics, moral issues, crimes, etc.

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  2. Attracted from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ regard to Dato' Sri Liow Tiong Lai Health Minister Malaysia

    Dato' Sri Liow Tiong Lai is a Malaysian politician who is currently serving as the Health Minister in the Malaysian cabinet. He is the Deputy President of the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA), a major component party of the Barisan Nasional ruling coalition.
    Born in Jasin, Malacca, ironically the man who is now the Health Minister once wanted to be a doctor but was thwarted by the university quota system under the New Economic Policy and graduated with a Bachelor in Science (Nutrition) from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia instead. He later furthered his studies with a Masters in Business Administration (MBA).
    He is married to Datin Sri Lee Sun Loo and has three children. He is a strong advocate of healthy eating, especially eating organic food.
    Liow officially joined the Malaysian Chinese Association in 1981. Soon after graduating from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia in 1986, he joined MCA as a research assistant with a monthly salary of RM700. After two decades of steady rise in the party, he was elected as MCA Youth chief in 2005 and was elected as Vice-President in 2008.
    Liow is also Bentong Member of Parliament, and has retained the parliamentary seat since the 1999 general elections. He won by a 12,549 majority in the just concluded 12th general election against Parti Keadilan Rakyat's Ponusamy Govindasamy.
    From 1989 to 1999, Liow served as press secretary to the then Human Resources Minister Tan Sri Lim Ah Lek and later as his political secretary. He held the post of Deputy Youth and Sports Minister since 2006 after the Cabinet underwent a revamp.

  3. Salam.
    Semalam saya telah menelefon pusat kawalan penyakit H1N1 di talian 03-51237366. Seorang wanita menjawab panggilan tersebut. Saya bertanya bagaimana hendak mendapatkan suntikan tersebut. Dia menyuruh saya menelefon klinik yang dia syorkan di kawasan Pandamaran Klang 03-3165769/770 tetapi tidak memberi nama klinik tersebut. Dia kata, suntikan adalah percuma tetapi kena bayar RM1/= untuk kos borang pendaftaran. Saya tanya, bolehkan kanak-kanak mendapatkan suntikan itu? Dia kata, tidak boleh. Hanya untuk orang yang berumur 18 ke 60 tahun. Budak-budak masih tiada penawar lagi. Katanya, untuk budak boleh pergi klinik swasta untuk dapatkan Tamilflu yang berharga Rm300/= lebih. Saya tanya lagi, adakah sebarang kesan sampingan selepas mendapat suntikan terbabit? Untuk orang dewasa, demam akan berlaku dan tangan akan sakit untuk beberapa ketika.
    Perkara di atas agak meng"confusekan" saya padahal klinik swasta yang saya pergi baru ini (ALAM MEDIC) menyatakan yang suntikan boleh diberi kepada orang dewasa dan kanak-kanak dengan harga RM80/= tanpa ada sebarang kesan sampingan. Mana yang betul nie?

  4. Apa yang sebenarnya berlaku di dunia ini?

    Europeans rap WHO over excessive flu warnings
    by The Yomiuri Shimbun

    The World Health Organization has been roundly criticized by European countries for creating excessive fears over the H1N1 flu pandemic, which left them with huge stocks of unused flu vaccines.
    The WHO is strongly concerned about the criticism as it could lead to a loss of trust in the agency and seriously affect any measures it wants to take against infectious diseases in the future.
    In an attempt to counter criticism over handling of the pandemic, the WHO earlier this week held its first meeting of experts from outside the agency to review the global response. It plans to hold similar meetings in June and September and then compile a report.
    Marie-Paule Kieny, director of the WHO's Initiative for Vaccine Research, admitted at the meeting that the agency's response to the pandemic was not perfect. She also stressed that the WHO was prepared to review its system so that it could issue adequate warnings depending on the degree of severity or strength of an outbreak of a new virus infection.
    What concerns the WHO most is that its warnings could be played down or ignored if they are considered excessive.
    Soon after the outbreak of the H1N1 flu, WHO Director General Margaret Chan summoned executives of pharmaceutical firms around the world to Geneva and emphasized the urgency of producing sufficient vaccines. European countries then rushed to sign vaccine purchase agreements with drugmakers to ensure they had adequate supplies.
    However, the pandemic virtually ended before winter with the virus causing much less damage around the world than initially feared.
    As a result, many European countries have been left with vast stocks of unused vaccines after spending a huge amount of money stockpiling them. One estimate is that 18 billion dollars has been wasted in taking measures against H1N1 flu in Europe as a whole.
    Meanwhile, it has come to light that a Finnish member of an expert group that provides advice on vaccine policies to the WHO received a large amount of money from a major British vaccine manufacturer. The appearance of a collusive relationship led to suspicions that the WHO might have created an unnecessary panic, causing distrust in the agency to grow.
    However, some participants at the meeting insisted that it would be much worse if the vaccines had run out, so it was better to have too much than too little.
    (Apr. 17, 2010)
    accessed 17/4/2010

  5. Friday April 30, 2010
    Woman is latest H1N1 victim

    PUTRAJAYA: A 61-year-old wo¬¬man in Kuala Terengganu has died from influenza A(H1N1), pushing the country’s death toll to 81.
    Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Ismail Merican said the victim, who was suffering from heart disease, diabetes and hypertension, had been admitted to the Sultanah Nur Zahirah Hospital on April 23 for breathing difficulties and died the following day.
    “Medical experts confirmed that the cause of death was due to A(H1N1) virus.
    “We also received a report of another death in the same hospital in Kuala Terengganu but test results showed that it was not directly related to the A(H1N1) virus,” he said in a statement here yesterday.
    He said although the 46-year-old man, who suffered from dilated cardiomyopathy and hypertension, was confirmed to have A(H1N1), blood test results showed that his cause of death on April 23 was due to pneumonia and sepsis from bacterial infection.
    “We would like to draw the public’s attention that the majority of deaths related to A(H1N1) involved patients in the high-risk category, suffering from asthma, diabetes, kidney and heart diseases, and lung complications as well as pregnant mothers and those with morbid obesity.
    “Therefore, we advise those in this category to get themselves vaccinated at the 104 government health facilities nationwide or at private clinics and hospitals,” he said.
    Dr Ismail said in the past 24 hours, three Influenza-like Illness cluster cases — one in Malacca and two in Kuala Lumpur — were reported involving 13 people, 12 of whom were tested positive for A(H1N1).
    Those confirmed with A(H1N1) included five students each from SJK(C) Jalan Davidson in Kuala Lum¬pur and SK Bandar Baru Seri Petaling 2.
    Another cluster case involved two members of a family residing in Taman Indah, Malacca, who were given anti-viral treatment after being confirmed positive for A(H1N1).

    accessed 30/4/2010

    (Government first time came out with the statement asking us to go to hospital/clinics to get the vacsin. Tq)

  6. Monday May 3, 2010
    Poor response to H1N1 jabs

    PETALING JAYA: The poor res-ponse to the free Influenza A(H1N1) vaccine jabs is likely due to the people’s worry about the possible side effects.
    Deputy Health Minister Datuk Rosnah Abdul Rashid Shirlin said that some people might come down with fever for several days after the vaccinations.
    “This could be a reason why people are not coming for the jabs,” she said.
    A total of 104 health clinics are offering vaccines against H1N1 throughout the country. However, the response has been poor although the jabs are given free.
    Rosnah described the public response as slow, adding that Malaysians should remain cautious as H1N1 was still prevalent.
    “It is better to have protection and get yourself vaccinated,’’ she said in an interview yesterday.
    She encouraged the public to check the ministry’s website to find out which health clinics offered the vaccines.
    It was reported that 175,747 people had been vaccinated although the ministry had ordered 400,000 doses.
    Of those who had received the jabs, about 49,727 or 28.3%. were people in the high-risk category.
    The rest who were vaccinated were the ministry’s frontliners (76,613 or 43.6%), frontline staff of other government agencies such as police and immigration officers (49,407 or 28.1%).
    Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Ismail Merican also called on people in the high-risk category to get vaccinated at the 104 health facilities.
    These would include people with diabetes, hypertension, asthma, heart and lung diseases. Those who are obese, pregnant or intending to travel overseas should also be vaccinated.
    “Although the number of people getting vaccinated has increased over the past one month, we want more to come forward,” he said.
    Infectious diseases expert Dr Christopher Lee said private clinics also offerred seasonal flu vaccines covering three strains of flu including A(H1N1).
    The cost is believed to range from RM60 to RM300.
    As at 8am on Friday, the ministry has not received any new report on new cluster Influenza-like Illness (ILI).
    So far, there are 35 confirmed A(H1N1) cases reported, which meant that total cases stood at 13,744.
    The death toll remains at 81.
    accessed 3/5/2010

    (Poor response due to what? Due to communication given by respective agency not reach the target audience?)...