3 months following the baby to the old man tested positive COVID-19 tend to do well, mainly showing only fever and few respiratory symptoms, a new study reveals.
This study, which included 18 infants, showed that 50%of the people were taken to a hospital for General inpatient services, do not need oxygen, respiratory support or intensive care.
“Although the limited data children COVID-19 from the United States, our results suggest that these infants primarily have mild disease that may not be at higher risk of severe disease, as originally reported.” The main author Leena B. Mithal, associate, pediatric infectious disease specialist from Lurie Children’s hospital and assistant Professor Academy of Pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of drugs, in a statement.
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“Most of the infants in our study had fever, suggesting that young infants evaluated because of fever, COVID-19 may be an important reason, especially in areas with a wide range of social activities. However, the evaluation for a bacterial infection is in infants and young children fever is still important,”Mithal, associate said.
Out of the baby hospitalized, six of the nine had gastrointestinal symptoms, such as food, vomiting, diarrhea. Upper respiratory tract symptoms of cough and stuffed before the start of the GI symptoms, the researchers said. Young babies also have notably high viral loads in their nasal samples, despite the mild clinical disease.
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“It is unclear whether young children with fever and a positive test for SARS-CoV-2 requires admission to the hospital,”explains Mithal, associate. “The decision to admit the hospital is based on the age, the need for preemptive treatment of bacterial infections, the clinical assessment of feeding tolerance, and adequate follow-up. Possible opportunity to take advantage of a rapid SARS-2 test, to determine the disposition of the clinical and infant hot.”
According to Mithal, associate and their colleagues, there are a plethora of Latinx ethnicity in their sample of infants at 78 per cent.
“Although we expect that there will be many baby Latinx ethnic and COVID-19, there may be other factors in the disproportionate majority of the Latinx case, we observed in this age group,”said Mithal, associate. “Visit the sick visit than in some primary care pediatric offices has been limited, and the practice refers to the symptoms of the child in the emergency Department. Restrict access to remote medical care, may also be a factor. Finally, there may be a greater likelihood of exposure and the family live in the home or family members work outside the home during this epidemic.”
The findings, published in the Journal of Pediatrics.