Culiacan, Sinaloa. – Viridiana Camacho Milan, chairman of the Sinaloa Congressional Health and Social Assistance Commission, recommended that Parents apply preventive measuresSimilar to those used in Pandemic, To prevent childhood hepatitis from reaching the state.
he insisted frequent hand washing, paying special attention to food preparation conditions, not sharing food, drink and dishes, disinfecting toys and objects of minors; Consume clean water and clean food; and complete the basic vaccination schedule.
He explained that a few days back he came to know about a condition that afflicts the children of the world, The presence of hepatitis of unknown origin in minorsAccording to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),
109 cases of this disease are being analyzed in children from 25 states of that country.While five people have lost their lives due to this rare disease, for which it has issued a health alert to the population to be attentive to the health of minors and inform the health authorities, the deputy commissioner told the Congress of Health and Department of Social Assistance, Viridiana Camacho Milan.
It is important to point out that this type of hepatitis of unknown origin is occurring in children, especially one that is not related to common caudal agents with the virus that causes hepatitis, which is why these cases are considered to be of origin. has been indicated as unknown so far; There is a hypothesis of acute hepatitis in children that points to cases related to adenovirus infection and COVID-19 infection.
“Yesterday, the first 4 cases of acute hepatitis in children were detected. In our country in the state of Nuevo León, therefore I call parents so that, if their child shows signs of abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting and jaundice (yellowing of the skin, eyes and mucous), they take them The doctor must diagnose and find out that it is the disease”, specified deputy Viridiana Camacho Milan.
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It is important to note that the first country that reported it was the United Kingdom, then Spain, Israel, Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, Italy, Norway, France, and the United States. Since April, around 450 cases have been reported worldwide, including 11 deaths; in Indonesia (5), Palestine (1), and the United States (5).
Sub alert to prevent childhood hepatitis from reaching Sinaloa