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eros943 (eros943) wrote,
@ 2011-11-08 14:23:00
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    Why h1n1 increased mortality in healthy kids - times during the india

    Most of these co-infected children were rapidly addressed with vancomycin, considered an apt answer to MRSA. However they still died, that has been especially alarming becuase with the rising rates of MRSA among children, the journal Paediatrics reports.

    "There's more risk for MRSA to get invasive inside the presence of flu or any other viruses," says study leader Adrienne Randolph, Critical Care Medicine, Children's Hospital Boston. where to buy antibiotics "These deaths in co-infected children are a stern warning sign. "

    The study hope their findings will promote flu vaccination among all children aged half a year and older -- no flu vaccine is currently readily available for children younger than half a year, according to a statement.

    "The 2009 H1N1 virus hasn't changed significantly thus far," notes senior study investigator Tim Uyeki in the Influenza Division within the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

    "Infections of babies in the usa with 2009 H1N1 virus are anticipated this year and wish to become prevented and treated appropriately. Influenza vaccination protects against 2009 H1N1 illness," adds Uyeki.

    The median day of such critically ill children was six years. Most had respiratory failure, two-thirds required mechanical ventilation, and several required extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) for advanced cardiac and respiratory support.

    Their disease progressed rapidly, and 75 children (nine percent) died, two-thirds of which within a couple weeks of ICU admission.

    ECMO is really a means of providing both cardiac and respiratory support oxygen to patients whose heart and lungs are very severely diseased or damaged they can no more serve their function.

    "Some children were quickly overwhelmed, and a lot of died despite centres doing everything to avoid wasting them," says Randolph.


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