Suche Bilder Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive Mehr »
Einstellungen | Anmelden

Coronavirus

Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) – Saudi Arabia

World Health Organization - ‎17.05.2016‎
Between 30 April and 5 May 2016, the National IHR Focal Point for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia notified WHO of 4 additional cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV), including one fatal case.

592 died of Coronavirus in 4 years

Gulf Digital News - ‎15.05.2016‎
Riyadh: The Saudi health authorities reported 592 deaths since the outbreak of the The Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in the country since 2012. A total of 787 patients have since recovered, making up of 56.9% of the cases ...

السعودية : طالبة سعودية مبتعثة تبتكر تقنية تتنبّأ بفيروس كورونا “corona virus

العالم اليوم - ‎20.05.2016‎
تمكنت احدى الطالبات السعوديات المبتعثات في الخارج, من ابتكار تقنية جديدة تستطيع الكشف عن فيروس كورونا “corona virus” المسبب لمتلازمة الشرق الأوسط التنفسية. وقالت مبتعثة سعودية في مرحلة الدكتواره بجامعة أوكلاند الأمريكية, انها تمكنت من ابتكار تطبيق ...

Villingen-Schwenningen: Von Vogelgrippe bis zu Legionellen und TB

Schwarzwälder Bote - ‎25.05.2016‎
Schon 2002, so erzählt Ehler, kam die erste Seuche SARS (schweres akutes respiratorisches Syndrom durch Coronavirus), gegen die es in seiner Amtszeit Präventionsmaßnahmen zu ergreifen galt. Dieses Virus war von China und Hongkong nach Kanada ...

Coronavirus del MERS mató a 592 personas en Arabia Saudita desde 2012

Prensa Latina - ‎16.05.2016‎
16 de mayo de 2016, 14:58Riad, 16 may (PL) Arabia Saudita reportó un total de 592 fallecimientos a causa del coronavirus del Síndrome Respiratorio de Medio Oriente (MERS, en inglés) desde que se detectó aquí la enfermedad en septiembre de 2012, ...

Disease Evolution: How New Illnesses Emerge When We Change How We Live

Medical Daily - ‎26.05.2016‎
Caused by a highly infectious coronavirus, it was a global shock which demonstrated how quickly diseases can spread around the world.

News release

World Health Organization - ‎23.05.2016‎
But she warned that the recent outbreaks of Ebola, MERS coronavirus, Zika and urban yellow fever, signalled a “dramatic resurgence of the threat from emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases”, observing that “the world is not prepared to cope.

10 New Horse Owner Resources on TheHorse.com

TheHorse.com - ‎26.05.2016‎
ARTICLE: Equine Infectious Disease Outbreak Response 101 From equine herpesvirus and influenza to strangles and coronavirus, infectious diseases can cause quite a stir in the horse industry—quarantines, canceled competitions, and, in some cases, ...

IDbyDNA Targeting Clinical Applications for University of Utah Pathogen Detection Software

GenomeWeb - ‎26.05.2016‎
When both tools were used to analyze 6.5 million reads that contained the Human coronavirus (HCoV), Taxonomer completed its classification in roughly five minutes compared to 92 minutes for SURPI.
Echtzeit-Berichte

Address to the Sixty-ninth World Health Assembly

World Health Organization - ‎23.05.2016‎
Last year, a business traveller returning home to the Republic of Korea, infected with the MERS coronavirus, disrupted the country's economy as well as its health system.

NHRC Hosts Respiratory Diseases Working Group to Keep Warfighters Healthy

The Flagship - ‎27.05.2016‎
... and Peru, and throughout the U.S. The locations represent places where there is a U.S. military presence, as well as places important for respiratory disease surveillance such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS CoV) and influenza ...
Echtzeit-Berichte

WHO head calls for stronger systems to counter rising infectious diseases

Africanews (press release) - ‎24.05.2016‎
Last year, a business traveller returning home to the Republic of Korea, infected with the MERS coronavirus, disrupted the country's economy as well as its health system.

Alpacas in Qatar infected with MERS-CoV

Healio - ‎25.05.2016‎
Alpacas raised as hobby animals in Qatar tested positive last year for Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, or MERS-CoV - the first livestock outside of dromedary camels found to be infected with the virus that causes deadly MERS in humans, ...

Genomics Aids Diagnosis of Unusual Chronic Meningitis Case

Bioscience Technology - ‎24.05.2016‎
“We might be able to identify it as, say, a coronavirus, even though it might be a new species of coronavirus.” The researchers currently are working to validate the technique in clinical cases.
Echtzeit-Berichte

World health: much to celebrate

Independent Online - ‎25.05.2016‎
Last year, a business traveller returning home to the Republic of Korea, infected with the MERS coronavirus, disrupted the country's economy as well as its health system.
Echtzeit-Berichte

How Zhang Dejiang helped create Hong Kong's fatal SARS epidemic

Quartz - ‎18.05.2016‎
The virus, a coronavirus identified at the end of March by Carlo Umberti, an Italian doctor working for the World Health Organization that caught the disease in Vietnam and died of it in a hospital in Bangkok, originated in Guangdong, in China, but a ...

WHO's Stern Warning: The World 'Is Not Prepared To Cope' With Pandemics

KAWC - ‎23.05.2016‎
Last year, a business traveler infected with MERS coronavirus returned home to the Republic of Korea, disrupting the country's economy as well as its health system.

News Scan for May 19, 2016

CIDRAP - ‎19.05.2016‎
The researchers, from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and institutions in Saudi Arabia, evaluated 79 members of the extended families in a cluster of five MERS-CoV (Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus) case-patients ...

Human Threat: The Increasing Animal-Transmitted Diseases, UN says

Dispatch Tribunal - ‎23.05.2016‎
Animal-transmitted diseases, also known as zoonotic diseases or zoonoses, have been imposing harm to human health since time immemorial.
Echtzeit-Berichte

World 'not prepared' for Zika and Ebola

OnMedica - ‎24.05.2016‎
Speaking at the 69th World Health Assembly, Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of the WHO, said she was giving “a stern warning”, with the recent outbreaks of Ebola, MERS coronavirus, Zika and urban yellow fever, signalling a “dramatic resurgence of ...
 -