A case of meningitis confirmed clinically by laboratory was released this Tuesday by the area of Epidemiology of Public Health of the province. It is a 10-year-old girl who was hospitalized on Thursday after a consultation at the Nios Hospital. According to specialist Mnica Jofr, the germ could not be isolated but the special tests gave negative for the bacteria that is transmitted from person to person. This means that it is not contagious.
For this, an antibiotic treatment that has so far evolved from a clinical point of view without fever but its prognosis remains reserved. The girl was treated initially in a common room and then entered into Intensive Therapy at the Hospital of Nios.
"The head of the guard confirms that the girl comes with a scheme of antibiotics for a respiratory tract. It was due to two different antibiotic schemes. This makes clinically and by laboratory confirm meningitis but the bacteria could not be isolated," explained the radio specialist AM1020.
The official explained that the slaughter was tested by ltex to know if he has any of these bacteria contagious to people and that gave negative. "We know he has a clinical and laboratory meningitis chart, but it is not one of those who are infected from person to person. That means there are no measures to take," he said, noting that on Friday he communicated with the Minister of Health, Venerating, who Speak with his pair of the educational portfolio, De los Ros, who spoke about disinfecting the school that the girl attends but "it is not a timely indication for this case."
"There is no sense of disinfection. But for ah the paps are scared and scared. It is not a bacterium that is in the environment or is in school. A percentage of the population is carriers, one makes the disease, some do not, and others transmit it ", ending.
The characteristics of the disease are severe headache, it bothers artificial and natural light, which evokes the vmit in jet and fever. Those who suffer from this are recommended to consult the doctor and not self-medicate.