In the latest update made by the Office of Public Health, 44 patients have been reported nationwide. Here, we have been discarded and others are still in custody. In addition to Minas, events were reported in São Paulo (14), Rio de Janeiro (6), Paraná (2), Pernambuco (3), Santa Catarina (3), Rio Grande do Sul (3), Mato. Grosso do Sul (2) and Espírito Santo (1).
The event room is open on Friday (13), will be open every day of the week and has the participation of experts from the case, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and invited experts lij.
On 10, the department participated in a meeting with a panel of experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) and representatives of eight countries (United Kingdom, Spain, United States, Canada, France, Portugal, Colombia and Argentina) in the region. emergency procedures for public health, disease, pediatrics and infectious diseases, to discuss the evidence so far.
The day before, the folder had published a report with guidance to the state and city health department on the warning, investigation and diagnosis of the incident. experiments on the acute exacerbation of unknown etiology in children and adolescents. As the evidence of infection is still very strong, the clinic needs to update the instructions temporarily.
According to the WHO, more than 200 cases, up to the last 29 days, have been reported worldwide, mostly (163) in the UK. There were also reports in Spain, Israel, the United States, Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, Italy, Norway, France, Romania, Belgium and Argentina. The disease most commonly affects children from one month to 16 years of age. So far, one patient has died.
In a statement issued on April 23, the WHO stated that there was no link between the virus and the vaccine used to prevent Covid-19. “Concerns about the side effects of the Covid-19 vaccine are not supported because the majority of children affected do not receive the COVID-19 vaccine.”
In a report released in April, the National Institutes of Health in the United Kingdom, the country with the highest prevalence of the disease, also reported no evidence of a link. of the virus and coronavirus vaccine. “Most children under 5 years of age, too young, have been vaccinated.”
According to the PAHO, the arm of the WHO in the US and the Caribbean, patients with chronic liver disease have gastrointestinal symptoms, including abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting and paleness (when the skin and skin flesh of yellow eyes). There is no reported fever.
Current treatments seek to reduce symptoms and keep the patient stable if the pain is severe. Treatment recommendations should be optimized once the root cause of the disease has been determined.
Parents should watch for symptoms such as diarrhea or vomiting and see jaundice symptoms. In this case, treatment should be sought immediately.