Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin on a radio interview on Tuesday showed that he directed nine unvaccinated children to chickenpox and quickly condemned health professionals
. deprive children of safe, potentially life-saving vaccines, or purposefully reveal them to serious, potentially life-threatening infections.
Chicken ant is not concerned
. to recover after a week or so, chicken pox can cause serious complications and even death. Complications include nasty skin infections, pneumonia, brain inflammation, blood bleeding, blood infections, and dehydration. and skull as well as intelligence disorders. If it happens just before birth, the newborn has a 30 percent chance of getting a serious form of the disease that can be fatal.
In addition to neonates, people with increased risk of chickenpox are adolescents, adults, pregnant women, and people with weakened immune systems, such as cancer patients with chemotherapy, transplant patients and HIV / AIDS patients [1
And after the fight against chickenpox. Then there are shingles
The same virus that causes chickenpox causes shingles or zoster. At the end of the chickenpox, the virus, the varicella-zoster virus (VZV), does not burn. It hides in the roots of the back roots, which are the nerves that transmit signals to the spinal cord. VZV can react at any later date in life to cause shingles, which usually occurs as an incredibly painful, sometimes itchy rash in the body's trunk.
The pendulum also has nothing to do as Ars & # 39; s manager editor Eric Bangemann can confirm. He struggled with revival in 2015. In the fall, he described it as "a few days of an acute disaster that has been felt by a couple of weeks."
Chips can also cause complications. Most often – about 13 percent. Whether more herpes cases are postherpetic neuralgia (PHN), which is a persistent pain for weeks, months or even years in the rash area after the rash disappears. It is also possible that herpes can cause bacterial superinfection due to rash and eye problems that can cause loss of vision as well as inflammation of the brain or liver and nervous palette.
Of course, almost all this can be avoided because …
There are vaccines for this
Chicken vaccine – also known as varicella vaccine – debuted in the US in 1995. It's safe and very effective. Its two doses are up to 98 percent. Effective to prevent all forms of chickenpox. In rare cases, when the vaccinated person still receives chickenpox, the disease is very easy. The vaccine is 100 percent. Effective Prevention of Serious Illnesses
In the United States, there were an average of 4 million cases of chickenpox each year during the year. This resulted in an average of 10,500–13,000 hospitalizations and 100–150 deaths each year, according to disease control and prevention centers. After reaching the vaccine, cases of chickenpox in 31 countries observed since 2000 Until 2010 79 percent decrease The disease has declined by 87 percent since illness. Before and after the vaccine.
weakened VZV, which causes latent infection. It can reactivate later in life to cause shingles. However, in a recent study, children who had been vaccinated with chickenpox had 79% of those who had had chickenpox. Less likely to get shingles than those who had chickenpox
. The current preferred vaccine is the recombinant Shingrix vaccine, which is more than 90 percent effective in preventing shingles after two doses.
This should make the "chickenpox country" outdated if not only dangerous
maybe thought it was a good idea to leave your children in chickenpox to ensure they got sick before they were older when it was likely they will cause complications. However, as mentioned earlier, chicken pox may be severe even in healthy children, and it is impossible to tell in advance how each case will become severe. Furthermore, in the case of safe and effective vaccines, there is no reason for children to prevent a contagious infectious disease which, even in mild cases, causes hundreds of agonizing, itchy blisters together with fever, malaise and headache. only about your child
Vaccination protects vulnerable people, including those who are not able to get vaccines for illness or immunity. Even if the children in the party have small cases and are recovering completely – as was done by Gov. In the case of infants, countries can protect the virus.
The risk of chickenpox being spread by Italian politician Massimiliano Fedriga, who came up with this disease last week, contradicting the laws that immunized the pupils. more tragic if, for example, the virus spread to a fruit or child through which it was transplanted
"The only way to prevent these tragedies (because they are tragedies) is to vaccinate us all in order to prevent this dangerous virus that could get more a vulnerable person, ”he wrote.