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RABIES - CHINA: (EX INDIA) HUMAN, EXPOSURE UNKNOWN Update: 9/26/2012 10:19:06 AM (GMT+7)

Date: Fri 21 Sep 2012 Source: Ynetnews.com Israel News [edited] Israeli dies of rabies in China ------------------------------- A 34-year-old Israeli died at a hospital this week, apparently of rabies, Yedioth Ahronoth [The Times of Israel] reported on Friday [21 Sep 2012]. According to this report, the Israeli, who recently arrived in China after travelling [in] India, contacted an Israeli businessman a few days ago and told him he was feeling ill, was suffering from severe back pain, had difficulty drinking and was vomiting constantly.

<http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4284406,00.htm>


Israeli dies of rabies in China
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A 34-year-old Israeli died at a hospital this week, apparently of
rabies, Yedioth Ahronoth [The Times of Israel] reported on Friday [21
Sep 2012]. According to this report, the Israeli, who recently arrived
in China after travelling [in] India, contacted an Israeli businessman
a few days ago and told him he was feeling ill, was suffering from
severe back pain, had difficulty drinking and was vomiting
constantly.

The businessman rushed the Israeli to a local hospital where he
underwent a cardiac catheterization procedure. While at the hospital
the Israeli suffered from hallucinations during which he claimed the
Chinese doctors were trying to harvest his organs.

The physicians initially thought the man was suffering from some sort
of mental illness and tried to determine whether he used drugs. Some
doctors suggested transferring the Israeli to a psychiatric hospital
after he recuperated, but his condition quickly deteriorated. He
slipped in and out of consciousness, and the doctors hooked him up to
a ventilator.

The mystery was solved when an infectious disease specialist was
rushed to the Israeli's room and determined that he had contracted
rabies. It remains unclear whether the Israeli, who died on Wed 19 Sep
2012, [had been] bitten by a dog and if so when [and where].

More than 55 000 people dies of rabies each year, [many] in India.

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