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NZ Health Warning: ‘Superbug’ found in people in Hutt Valley

Posted by te2ataria on October 19, 2018

Latest cluster of superbug carriers originated in the community

Hutt Valley DHB has identified a cluster of at least five carriers of the antibiotics resistant superbug Carbapenam Producing Enterobacteriaceae (CPE).

“We had the first confirmed laboratory result on Saturday 25 August and the most recent case was identified this Friday 12 October. Patients and their health professionals have been informed of the results immediately,” Hutt Valley DHB reported.

Only one out of the five people developed the infection and it was treated successfully, claims Hutt Valley District Health Board infectious diseases doctor Matthew Kelly.

At least 50 people nationwide have been discovered to carry CPE this year so far, Kelly said.

“There have been an increasing number of CPE cases identified in NZ and so far this year there have been around 50 cases. Most people found to have CPE in New Zealand became infected overseas, particularly if they had been in an overseas hospital.”

Tourism and antibiotic resistance rates globally, among other factors, contribute to the exponential  rise in the spread of superbugs.

However, the latest cluster of cases “appears to have originated in the community, however Hutt Valley DHB has not, to date, been able to confirm the source of infection.”

Road fatalities:

Police have blocked ALL news of road fatalities since late Monday.
Ministry of Resurrection Road Toll: Only 295 

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The Final Destination: “Dead” Irishman Killed in NZ

Posted by te2ataria on September 24, 2018

“He was dead” before the fatal crash!!

Fatal  – Popes Road, Takanini
Monday, 24 September 2018 – 4:01pm  – Counties Manurkau

The man who was killed while hitchhiking on Popes Road, Takanini on 15 September, 2018 was 49-year-old John McKee originally from Northern Ireland. Mr McKee, police said. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-popes-road-takanini

Police believed McKee, who was wearing a red and black checked shirt and jeans, had been trying to hitchhike and may have already been dead when he was hit by a car.”

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Indian man killed after falling into Ruapehu Crater Lake identified

Ruapehu Crater Lake Death

Ruapehu Crater Lake Fatality –  Name release
Monday, 24 September 2018 – 3:39pm  –  Central

The Indian man who was killed after falling into Crater Lake at Mount Ruapehu on Saturday 22 September was 32-year-old Magesh Jagadeesan.

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Rape, Sexnapping, Attempted Abduction…

“Chiks for free?”

Witness sought following attempted abduction
Monday, 24 September 2018 – 1:39pm – Canterbury
“At around 5.50am on Friday 21 September, a man tried to abduct a woman jogger at the entrance to Ray Blank Park on Maidstone Road, Ilam.”   http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/witness-sought-following-attempted-abduction

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Welcome to NZ: Our Superbugs Await You!

At least 48 New Zealanders test positive to carrying CPE superbug 

“Doctors are warning a powerful superbug could become deadly if it continues to spread in New Zealand at its present rate.

“So far this year, 48 New Zealanders have tested positive to carrying the bacteria known as carbapenemase-producing enterobacteriaceae (CPE), up from 33 people last year. It was found in just 30 people in the six years from 2009 to 2014.

“CPE are bacteria that produce an enzyme that deactivates a powerful group of antibiotics called carbapenems, meaning they are difficult to treat.

“In most cases, the bug sits in the body, usually the bowel or gut, and causes no harm. But if it gets the bloodstream or urine it can be life threatening.”    Read more. . .

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Needles and Pins: Using Magnets in the Kitchen

Needles in strawberries

In NZ you can find just about everything in your food and drink! In fact, many of us use magnets in the kitchen to detect sewing needles and other metal objects in our food.

Police said:

“Anyone who finds anything suspicious in their food is urged to contact local Police immediately.

“Reports of this nature will be taken very seriously and investigated thoroughly. From the Police perspective, that means witnesses will be spoken to and any items of interest will be taken for forensic testing.

“For example, Whanganui Police received a report of a pin found in takeaway food over the weekend, and while this turned out to be an honest mistake, Police conducted interviews and a scene examination before determining there was no malicious intent [this time.]”

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Around NZ in 80 Melancholic Seconds

Murder, Homicide, Roadkill…

More than two-thirds of rape charges not proven in court

[See blog content for for the rape stats and other related information]

Murdered by own car

Body of missing Otago man found

Sudden death at private address

NZ strawberry farmers eye metal detectors after needles found in Australian berries

Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford moved 5000km to reinvent her life
[Dr Ford considered moving to NZ, but her friends told her Kavanaugh would be by far the lesser of the two evil!]

Another plane quarantined again!

One dead in accident on rural Canterbury property

Man killed falling into lift shaft

Car smashes into busy cafe on west coast

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New Zealand MRSA Infections Up 3500 pct

Posted by te2ataria on March 15, 2009

sent by FEWW

Global Health Alert (Health Bulletin # 26): Explosive Rise in MRSA Infections in New Zealand

New Zealand Cases of antibiotic-resistant superbug methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) have exploded since 2004.

Infections have risen from 12 case in 2004 at least 420 reported cases in 2008  (a rise of 3500 percent), according to figures released by NZ Ministry of Health.

Group A streptococcus bacterium, which causes rheumatic fever and can lead arthritis and heart damage, is immune to common antibiotics. In some cases patients infected with the bacterium do not survive.

Unfortunately, New Zealand Government has hidden this information from the professionals and failed to warn the public for nearly 5 years.

In an outbreak at Wellington Hospital in 2004 three babies died and at least 30 others infected. Health workers also revealed an outbreak of group A streptococcus bacterium, which had infected at least 32 children in Kaikohe, New Zealand. However, the government prevented any follow-up information on that case from being released.

Bacterial cells of Staphylococcus aureus, which is one of the causal agents of mastitis in dairy cows. Its large capsule protects the organism from attack by the cow’s immunological defenses. Magnified 50,000X. (Source)

“A new, virulent superbug has established itself in New Zealand ,”  NZ Green Party health spokesperson Sue Kedgley reportedly said today.

Kedgley said New Zealand Government, in response to her written questions, had confirmed that the superbug USA300 had taken hold, with cases rising from 12 to 420 in the last four years, the report said.

“This strain is contagious, easily misdiagnosed and resistant to many antibiotics,” she said.

“It is a cause of huge concern overseas because it is virulent and contagious and is associated with serious skin infection outbreaks, particularly amongst sports teams.”

“This strain of MRSA is contagious, easily misdiagnosed and resistant to many antibiotics,” said Ms Kedgley.

“It is a cause of huge concern overseas, because it is virulent and contagious, and is associated with serious skin infection outbreaks, particularly amongst sports teams.”

“The Government has failed to set up a national surveillance system that the Green Party secured funding for last year. The weekly monitoring programme for the superbug MRSA was stopped in 2005. It appears that DHBs have been left to cope in isolation with this new outbreak,” Ms Kedgley said.

What is Staphylococcus aureus? [Source: CDC]

Staphylococcus aureus, often referred to simply as “staph,” is a bacteria commonly found on the skin and in the nose of healthy people. Occasionally, staphylococci can get into the body and cause an infection. This infection can be minor (such as pimples, boils, and other skin conditions) or serious and sometimes fatal (such as blood infections or pneumonia). Staph. aureus is a common organism and can be found in the nostrils of up to 30% of persons. Person-to-person transmission is the usual form of spread and occurs through contact with secretions from infected skin lesions, nasal discharge or spread via the hands.

What is MRSA?

MRSA are staphylococci that are resistant to the antibiotic, methicillin, and other commonly used antibiotics such as penicillin and cephalosporins. These germs have a unique gene that causes them to be unaffected by all but the highest concentrations of these antibiotics. Therefore, alternate antibiotics must be used to treat persons infected with MRSA. Vancomycin has been the most effective and reliable drug in these cases, but is used intravenously and is not effective for treatment of MRSA when taken by mouth.

More information on MRSA from CDC:  Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus

In 2005, MRSA killed 19,000 people in the United States—more than 1.5 times as many people than died of AIDS that year.

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For Recent New Zealand Health Warning Click Here

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