OL-013 Detection of antibodies against avian influenza in humans and confirmation of avian influenza virus in animals and the environment in the region of positive avian influenza in human and in poultry

A.E.T.H. Wahyuni, W. Asmara, M. Hariyadi, K. Putri, S. Budhi, C. Rangga Tabbu, A. Setyawati
2010 International Journal of Infectious Diseases  
S6 Abstracts, 4th DICID 95%CI, 1.312 to 24.475; P = 0.020) and higher APACHE II score on presentation (relative risk for each point, 1.329; 95%CI, 1.156 to 1.527; P < 0.001). At 3-month follow-up of H1N1 pneumonia survivors, ground-glass opacities (GGO) still existed in most patients (82%) with lesser extent, and lung function tests revealed that decreased diffusing capacity for carbon monoxide of mild degree was the most common (60%) abnormality. Conclusions: GGO and decreased diffusing
more » ... y were the main abnormalities at 3-month follow-up of H1N1 pneumonia survivors.
doi:10.1016/s1201-9712(10)60018-5 fatcat:yur3dynb65c5lh5ahykqpopkci