Investigation of the First Two Novel Influenza A (H1N1) Cases in Middle Taiwan
Sung-Hsi Wei1, Jen-Hsien Wang2, Min-Tsung Lin1, Shaur-Huei Tsai1,Pei-Fang Lai1, Chu-chien Lin 3,Tsuey Feng Lee1
2010 Vol.26 NO.13
Correspondence Author： Min-Tsung Lin
Since early April of 2009, the novel Influenza A (H1N1) spread from America to the whole world. Epidemic prevention system in Taiwan responded to block against this emerging infectious disease from threatening people’s health. At that time, epidemic prevention actions showed great differences among countries based on medical and public health resources. Following epidemic progression and understanding the disease better, there were various prevention actions at different time. This article described the epidemic prevention and clinical treatment of the 10th and the 11th (the 1st and 2nd in middle Taiwan) of novel influenza A (H1N1) cases in Taiwan. The actual implementation of management, thinking, and medical treatment were recorded under the epidemic prevention system of Taiwan at that time.