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He did not receive an emergency remedy and the boy had muscle spasms all over his body. He had been in hospital for a total of 57 days.Due to lack of vaccination, a little boy was nursed for 57 days in the hospitalA six-year-old Oregon boy did not receive tetanus protection. He was playing on a farm when his forehead broke. Although the wound was cared for on the spot, cleansed and sewn together, the baby's stiff jaws and involuntary muscle spasms appeared a couple of days later. He also became ill, and was immediately hospitalized, where he spent a total of 57 days, including 47 in the intensive care unit.
Not involved in vaccination - no matter the age or age - there is a high risk of tetanus, and recovery from the disease is extremely difficult and long lasting.
Tetanus is an acute neuromuscular disease caused by the bacterium Clostridium tetani. The bacterial fungi found in the soil enter the human body through skin breakdown and appear within 3-21 days (usually 8 days) following the breakdown. Once in the wound, they produce a toxin called tetanospasm, which can be counteracted by tetanus toxoid vaccination. More than 30 years ago, this baby boy was the case in the first state of Oregon. The tetanus bacterium is difficult to detect in wounds, so diagnosis is more likely to be based on clinical symptoms. There is no high risk of tetanus in vaccination, and recovery from tetanus does not imply immunity to the disease. At age 4, 18 months, then at age 6. In adulthood, diphtheria and tetanus toxoid booster vaccinations are recommended every 10 years.
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