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2345 reported cases, hundreds of new infections per week, about two-thirds of patients requiring hospitalization are infants and toddlers - this is the domestic balance of rotavirus infections in the first month of 2016.
Rotavius: He's home in the townhouse, too!Infection with severe events, primarily outbreaks is especially dangerous for the youngest: 61% of the 2,000 patients hospitalized annually for rotavirus infection are under two years of age. Prevention is especially important when another child, due to other underlying illnesses, such as asthma, is in need of regular hospital care, as he / she has diarrheal symptoms, acquired during hospital stay. nosocomial infections are responsible for about three thirds of the rotavirus. Rotavirus is one of the most common pathogens worldwide in infants, toddlers, and adults with diarrhea and vomiting. By the end of preschool, toddlers are almost invulnerable to infectious, geographically, sexually, socially and hygienically ill people. characteristic symptoms of the disease - recurrent vomiting, diarrhea, and in some cases, the smallest are particularly at risk. In our country every year 2000 infected more than 60% of them are infants under 2 years of age. "It is only because of the high resistance of rotavers that often unhealthy siblings, parents, infants, grandparents - infants. immunocompromised for weeks and exposes small patients to further infections "- summarized practice experience dr. Poet Gyцrgy, chairman of the Home Pediatricians Association. He added that, according to statistics, the number of patients with fever, fever, and diarrhea is reduced to one in three severe dischargewhich is especially dangerous for people younger than 24 months. The higher the fever, the higher the frequency of diarrhea and vomiting, the greater the loss of fluids and substances in the body. If these do not start in time, circulatory failure may occur and the patient may die. According to the WHO, in 2008, more than 450,000 children worldwide died due to infection. It is also noteworthy that 2 million (!) Children had to undergo hospitalization for rotavirus infection each year prior to the prevalence of preventive vaccinations. and 87,000 have been hospitalized. The бltalбban kielйgнtх szнnvonalъ medical ellбtбs ellenйre the Eurуpai Uniуban elхfordul mбig halбlozбs rotavнrus kцvetkeztйben.Magyarorszбgon the elmъlt йvhez hasonlуan 2016 elsх also nйgy hуnapjбban szбmottevх was fertхzцttek szбma: бprilis vйgйig you have already reported about 2350 cases are still йs fertхz tцbb week at the people szбz vнrus. According to information from the National Center for Epidemiology, more than 7,000 rotavirus-gastroenteritis infections are registered in the country every two years.