В Черновицкой области зарегистрировано 468 случаев заболевания корью, - Минздрав В Черновицкой области продолжается вспышка кори, количество заболевших достигает полтысячи. Самому старшему больному 52 года, самому младшему - 2 месяца.Как информирует Цензор.НЕТ, об этом сообщает Государственное учреждение "Черновицкий областной лабораторный центр Министерства здравоохранения Украины". "По состоянию на 12 января в Черновицкой области зарегистрировано 468 случаев кори. Среди заболевших 372 ребенка (79%) и 96 взрослых. Самый большой удельный вес среди детей - 40% (144 больных) приходится на возрастную группу 5 - 9 лет. Самому старшему больному 52 года, самому младшему - 2 месяца", - говорится в сообщении. Также читайте: Из-за вспышки кори в Ивано-Франковске на неделю продлили школьные каникулы Среди взрослых чаще болела молодежь 20-29 лет - 31 человек (45%). Из зарегистрированных случаев госпитализированы 173 человека. Остальные получают амбулаторное лечение. Больше всего больных - 172 - среди жителей Путильского района, на втором месте - Черновцы. 310 человек, или 66% заболевших, не имели прививки или получили только одну дозу вакцины. Последняя вспышка кори в Черновицкой области наблюдалась в 2012 году (364 человека). Во время вспышки в 2006 году их количество достигло 640. Специального лечения от кори нет. Единственная защита - вакцинация. В Украине есть комплексная вакцина от кори, паротита и краснухи (КПК). Вакцина безопасная и эффективная. Для лучшей защиты ребенок должен получить две дозы КПК вакцины. Также читайте: Количество желающих вакцинироваться от кори в Киеве выросло в пять раз Источник: https://censor.net.ua/n3044120
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