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Johnson & Johnson’s (J&J) Johnson Govt-19 vaccine to be reused in U.S. Health officials volunteered Friday, but asked that recipients be informed of the possibility of developing very rare blood clots.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) previously said in a statement that “the use of the vaccine should be resumed in the United States” and “they believe the vaccine is safe and effective in preventing Govt-19”.
They added more to it “Thrombi or thrombosis are very rare”.
Medical personnel and dose recipients should review the “Vaccine Fact Sheet” […], Includes information about the risk of this syndrome [de formación de coágulos], It has occurred in a very small number of recipients. “
The United States stopped using single-dose injections in mid-April due to some reports of cerebral hemorrhage among women after receiving the vaccine.
In that country, 15 AcceptoraS Dose SufferederonFrom DangerousS FreezingS Of blood, Nearly eight million paid since regulators approved the vaccine in February.
All were women, under 50 years of age. Three died and seven are in hospital.
U.S. health officials said Friday that women need to be informed about the dangers of the vaccine so they can determine if other alternatives can be pursued.
Dr. Sarah Long, a member of the CDC team at Trexel University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, voted against the re-use of the J&J vaccine because they believe there is not enough warning about the risks to women.
“It simply came to our notice then [de sufrir coágulos de sangre] She gets the vaccine to save the lives and illness of others, not hers, “he said.” Also, I think we have a responsibility to make sure they know about it. “
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European regulators also linked similar and more abnormal blood clots to the AstraZeneca vaccine, but similarly concluded that the benefits of the infusion outweigh any risks.
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