other places). She therefore suggested anatomical lustrator Artwork analysis of these cases to achieve preventive effects: "Although Taiwan is at the tail end of the global epidemic, it has experienced an unprecedented problem, which is the high mortality rate associated with severe encephalitis in children. " Dr. Ho believes that Taiwan's medical community has an obligation to study these deadly cases.
In the face of more and more parents' panic, Taiwan's Minister of Health and Welfare Chen urgently approved the "Gene Susceptibility Study of Novel Coronavirus Complicated with Nervous System Complications in Taiwanese Children" on June 7. Hosted by Dr. Zou Yan, it aims to study the relationship between COVID-19 and childhood encephalitis. People from all walks of life are particularly concerned about whether encephalitis in children diagnosed with COVID-19 is related to Taiwanese genes. Based on this, Professor Huang , director of the Children's Hospital of National Taiwan University, explained to BBC Chinese that since there are not many cases of children with encephalitis diagnosed in Taiwan's local COVID-19 cases, and there are almost no records abroad,
everything is still happening. In the hypothetical stage, there is currently no way to determine the cause. But in the face of parental anxiety, Dr. Huang told reporters that apart from vaccination, there is no other effective prevention method. Since 90% of sick children are infected by contact with adults diagnosed with COVID-19 at home, it is also an important preventive measure to reduce the prolonged contact between children and infected people and prevent the continuous entry of the COVID-19 virus into children. child Photo Credit: Getty Images / BBC News Omicron and childhood encephalitis In April this year, a new wave of local COVID-19 outbreaks broke out in Taiwan. A 2-year-old boy "" in New Taipei City, Taiwan died of encephalitis after being diagnosed. He was the first severely ill