July 11, 2019 11:27
Because of infection, this baby was the first 2 of 8 weeks of life, a non-stop cough and was afraid of the worst.
First child In just 8 weeks of her life she was hospitalized urgently after the first 2 weeks of life coughed without stopping. At the end of those days, her parents noticed that it was abnormal that something had happened to her and they took her to a doctor in the United States.
When child Doctors at the Boston Children's Hospital were greeted with relief when they noticed that the child had no fever that was a good sign. However, not because he was out of danger. As the girl contacted one of the grandmothers who had a cough, the doctors thought that it was a bronchitis.
While the mother and father of the child had the vaccine that was provided – the child was not through her short life – the history of the vaccine of her grandmother was unknown. Finally, the doctors found that the child had an infection caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis responsible for the pertussis.
In connection with this, Dr. Debra Hiller explained:Polymerase chain reaction performed with nasopharyngeal aspirates confirmed Bordetella pertussis infection"That is why the child experienced periodic coughs, apnea, oxygen desaturation below 50%, and bradycardia.
After they finally got to the diagnosis of the baby, she and her parents and grandmother were treated with an antibiotic called azithromycin. Fortunately, the treatment was favorable and child He was able to recover. The case became known after the doctor presented her to the scientific community.
Source: La Vanguardia.
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