Systemic Inflammatory Response and Chronic Herpesvirus Infections in Children

Fatkullina Guzel Roaldovna

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Aim and Scope: This paper presents the material and results of clinical studies of herpesvirus infections, posing currently an urgent problem for both healthcare and society as a whole. Today, the state of chronic inflammation, responsible for the development of a number of pathological processes in human, attracts a great interest of researchers. Along with this, it is also worthwhile to pay attention to the indicator such as burden of the disease. Materials and Methods: Due to the severity of the disease and its long treatment period, it seems important to effectively treat patients with the task of reducing the burden of the disease. In terms of the economic burden, the proposed approach is less expensive. For parents, the burden of the disease on the proposed approach is less by 4.98 times compared with the traditional approach. For the state, the burden on the proposed approach is less by 5.71 times compared with the traditional approach. According to the proposed method, the period of full recovery was 2 months. Traditional method, at the same time, ensured only temporary improvement. Result and Discussion: The examined patients sought medical help with a large number of complaints and symptoms. Attention was paid to a decrease in the hemoglobin level in some patients. The majority of patients (71.7%) had degree 1 anemia; the second degree was diagnosed in 18.5% of children, and the third in 10.3% of the examined patients. Later, to verify the type of anemia, a comprehensive evaluation of the ferrokinetic indicators was carried out. Conclusion: The disease lasted for 1.5 years (18 months) until the proposed approach was applied.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22377/ijgp.v11i04.1371

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