January 31, 2008 | La Razón
December 13, 2007
Investigadores presentes en la conferencia de Santiago dicen que la inmunización es crucial
PRAGUE - Pneumonia, blood poisoning, permanent brain damage. These are just examples of dangerous diseases caused by pneumococcus infection. Globally, more people die from this kind of infection than AIDS. And it also kills in the Czech Republic.
Experts are convinced that the introduction of routine vaccination against pneumococcus should be implemented. According to a recent analysis by Infopharm, the long term benefit from this kind of vaccination would outweigh the expenses with the ratio of 2:1.
PRAGUE – In the Czech Republic, 400 cases of pneumonia are reported every year and 14% of the infected children under the age of fi ve die. Vaccination against pneumococcal disease would provide necessary protection to children. Pneumococcus causes pneumonia, encephalitis or barotitis. 16 countries of the EU have already introduced routine vaccination, which is now being considered in the Czech Republic.
PRAGUE – Vaccination of children against pneumococcal diseases would save millions of lives all over the world. This was announced by the Pneumococcal Awareness Council of Experts (PACE) at today’s seminar in Prague. Pneumococcal disease causes pneumonia, encephalitis or barotitis. 400 cases of pneumonia are confirmed each year in the Czech Republic, and 14% of the infected children below five years of age die.
PRAGUE – Routine vaccination against pneumococcal diseases would save millions of lives throughout the world. This was announced at yesterday’s seminar held by the Pneumococcal Awareness Council of Experts (PACE). Pneumococcal disease causes pneumonia, encephalitis or barotitis. In the Czech Republic, four hundred people fall ill each year and 14 percent of infected children below fi ve die.