11. May 2021, 18:49
According to guidelines from the Department of Vascular Diseases of the University Medical Center Ljubljana, published on the NIJZ website, very few blood vessels are vaccinated with vaccine against covid-19, and they can be effectively treated with immediate identification. Why.
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As mentioned, thrombosis and conjunctival thrombocytopenia have been reported in recent months after being vaccinated with the vector code-19 vaccines (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson). The complication is very low, occurring in only one person per 100,000 vaccines (0.001%), they wrote. They added that there was no evidence that the risk of this complication was increased in people who had already suffered thromboembolic events such as venous thrombosis, pulmonary embolism or stroke, or had severe atherosclerotic disease, so in Venice. Personal or family history of thromboembolic events. Or intermediate sources do not determine delay in vaccination.
The use of antimicrobial preservatives (aspirin, low molecular weight herpes, and other drugs) after vaccination is not recommended, as evidence of the efficacy of such measures has not been found. On the other hand, patients should receive regular antibiotic degrees, which they should not discontinue because of vaccination.
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“It is important to treat complications as quickly as possible to treat them effectively. If signs and symptoms of venous or artery thrombosis appear five to 28 days after vaccination with Astana Zenica or Johnson-Johnson, immediate treatment is needed. “ They also wrote in a message on the website of the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ). Those who have a vaccine against Code 19 should pay attention to the appearance of the vaccine after the vaccine, which does not expire and does not occur within 48 hours. In this case, medical attention should be sought as soon as possible. In addition, if the pain or swelling occurs, especially in the lower extremities, if there is severe abdominal pain or a skin lesion, an infectious diagnosis revealed in a recent Stella online interview. Matthew LogarGeneral Chat Chat Lounge