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The incidence of acute respiratory viral infections and pneumonia in the community is increasing in the area of ​​Khabarovsk



Last year this year, 8 156 patients were delivered.

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November 15, AmurMedia. Seasonal increase in incidence of ARVI and pneumonia acquired in the community was observed in the territory of Khabarovsk. At the meeting of the regional sanitary and anti-epidemic committee, additional preventive measures were discussed, AmurMedia news agency reported at the press service of the Khabarovsk region.

This year, 8,156 patients were diagnosed with pneumonia. The largest number of cases were recorded in Khabarovsk, Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Amur, Verkhnebureinsky, Nikolaevski and their district. called lazo. In 88% of cases of pneumonia, bacteria have been caused, and in the rest – viruses.

– In most cases, the cause of the disease has become the bacteria of Mucoplasm pneumonia. The most commonly used pneumonia is bankrupt in the community of pre-school and school age children. It appears without obvious symptoms and is often accompanied by low temperatures, so that the disease can be confused with ARVI. The spread of pneumonia contributes to non-compliance with sanitary requirements in educational institutions, – he said Head of Regional Department Rozotrebnadzor Tatiana Zaitseva.

According to experts, in the last two months, due to lung cases, activity of several classes was suspended in schools and groups in kindergartens in the regions of Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Amur, Verkhnebureinsky and Nikolaevski. Also, the incidence of incidents was registered among students at the Pacific State Universities living in the dormitory. Now all patients undergo the necessary treatment.

In order to prevent disease, managers of educational and cultural institutions are advised to radiate and disinfect the premises more often in order to check the ventilation system. In regional public health institutions, pharmacies in the region have created necessary quantities of antiviral, antibacterial, antipyretic drugs, masks and disinfectants.

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