Toluca .- The Mexican State Institute of Social Welfare (ISSEMyM) has presented several activities to prevent respiratory diseases in vulnerable groups such as children and elderly people in winter.
Claudia Jimenez Vargas, a pediatrician of the maternity and childhood hospital, believes that it is necessary to take appropriate measures, such as flu, bronchitis, pneumonia, pharyngitis, rhinopharyngitis, laryngitis and otitis, or, as appropriate, appropriate in appropriate cases.
According to him, children and adults, for example, sometimes have their vulnerable groups, such as the immune system, which may reduce their defenses against wind, cold and cold external aggressions. rain
According to the pediatrician, some of the risk factors may be household pollution, which can dramatically change temperature, lack ventilation, stay in a closed area or facilitate infection with other children.
Additionally, it has some measures that parents take to ensure their children's health – the pneumococcal vaccine for four months and the national vaccination scheme for more than six months. age
Also, do not have direct contact with people who have symptoms and should be at least 1.50 meters away if you are a family member, wash your hands continuously using mouth caps, consume high-quality vitamin C and drink plenty of liquids.
Specialists explain that fuel and syringes should be avoided as this may increase the risk of infection by the respiratory tract.
Jimenez Wargas said that self-medication is harmful because it can change clinical symptoms, complicate the patient's medical condition, even strengthen and bactericide resistance.