A new report from the Ministry of Health was released on Friday, the 13th, indicating that 29 issues to think about provided Fulminant liver disease with no known history in children. So far, no notification has been confirmed. The disease has been investigated in European countries and the United States, but the cause has not been found. The main uncertainty is that the segment is associated with adenovirus subtype 41.
According to the agency, the Department of Health (Cievs) and the National Hospital Surveillance Network (Renaveh) are monitoring changes in infectious diseases and diagnosing suspected cases. have the disease. The indication of a folder record is that any doubts should be reported immediately by a physician.
In Brazil, the situation is monitored eight states: 13 in São Paulo, five in Rio de Janeiro, three in Minas Gerais and two in Paraná. Other reports were made by Santa Catarina (2), Pernambuco (2), Espírito Santo (1) and Mato Grosso (1).
In Rio de Janeiro, the State Department of Health issued a warning to 92 counties of high blood pressure on Friday, the 6th, when it was reported to have six cases. infection has been investigated and the mortality of the 8-month-old infant. , which is located in the city of Maricá, has been investigated.
The first reports of fulminant hepatitis in children were made in Europe and mostly in the United Kingdom. According to the balance released by the WHO, yes 348 hepatitis data data, 70 clinical data and die in this world. In a survey on April 25, reported 17 patients of children who need a liver transplant.
Location Investigate the relationship of patients with adenovirus, which causes stomach and respiratory infections. Surprisingly, subtype 41, which causes gastrointestinal upset, is a leading cause of the disease, but the WHO is still investigating whether Covid-19, a toxic substance, drug, environment. the agent involved in the problem.
Hepatitis is one o which affects the liver and, in most cases, it is caused by a disease, but it can also be associated with poisoning, including medication, alcohol, bacterial infections and pathogens. autoimmune disease. The main symptoms are jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes), diarrhea, abdominal pain and vomiting. In affected children, the test determined type A, B, C, E, and D (when appropriate).