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The Bratislava area reports up to 52 cases of black cough



This year's disease occurred in 28 men and 24 women. The highest number of diseases in the Bratislava Class was recorded in 2010, in 783 cases.

Bratislava, 23 October (TASR) – Despite the compulsory immunization, there is still a cough in the Bratislava area. From the beginning of the year to 30 September, the Health Health Department (RCRO) registered 52 cases in Bratislava. The average level of pertussis in 2017, according to the RVA, increased in the number of cases of this disease in 2018. However, compared to the situation between 2010 and 2013, this is a significant reduction in incidence. disease.

This year's disease occurred in 28 men and 24 women. "The largest number of diseases recorded in the Bratislava Department in 2010, in 783 cases, was the lack of regular recalls." information for the RPHA. Such immunization is compulsory from 1958.

According to the RPHA, he has reached the Bratislava Department "Overall immunization of children against pertussis in major vaccine in 2017 with three doses of 96.3%". According to medical staff, the level of immunization was in the sixth year of life (2010) at 95.5 vaccine, 97.3 in the first year of 13 years of life (2003).

A black cough is a respiratory disease that is taking forward from a bacterium. In particular, it affects the breathing system. This disease is spread by droplet disease. The incubation period lasts six to 20 days. It is highly reflected by greater temperature, chopping, breathing, sneezing, loss of desire, but tiredness. Also, catching, an uncommon cough is a typical part of the disease. In a cough attack, the patient becomes red first, then turning blue, throwing his eyes, throwing his tongue out and trying to breathe. The catch will end with a cough up or mucus.


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