The CDC issued the nationwide influenza pandemic alert report on July 15, exceeding the epidemic standard, with the proportion of flu doctors in the 45th week of 2019 exceeding 7.0 per 1,000 outpatients. He called for compliance with hygiene rules.
In order to prevent and prevent the spread of influenza infection, unvaccinated persons should be vaccinated against influenza, especially if they have influenza, and pregnant women with high complications and children from 6 months to 12 years old who have not yet been vaccinated. will be vaccinated in November. Encouraged to complete.
The Center also recommended that high-risk patients receive antiviral treatment without influenza testing at the time of the epidemic, so they should seek medical attention immediately from a nearby medical institution if they have a fever above 38 ° C and suspected cough or sore throat influenza. .
Although causal relationships are not recognized worldwide for the controversial side effects of oseltamivir drugs such as hallucinations and delirium, there is sufficient explanation for the need to monitor influenza during influenza treatment to prevent possible accidents and to recognize serious complications early. The patient's caregiver was asked to carefully observe the patient early in the onset.
Common side effects of oseltamivir medicines are nausea and vomiting. In rare cases, abnormal behavior due to delirium or hallucinations has been reported in children and adolescents, but there have been cases of patients with influenza who did not administer this medicine.
Therefore, if you are diagnosed with influenza and take oseltamivir-based medicines for the safety of children and adolescents, the guardian should keep the child alone for at least two days and closely monitor the appearance of abnormal behaviors.
In addition, during the epidemic period, the group called for strengthening influenza prevention management for children, schools and nursing homes.
When babies or students are infected with influenza, do not attend day care centers, kindergartens, schools and gyms for 24 hours after body temperature returns to normal without antipyretics to prevent spread within the group. The institution recommends that immunization be provided to staff and residents to strengthen residents' monitoring of influenza symptoms, to limit visitation of visitors with respiratory symptoms, and to keep symptoms separate.
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