Expedite investigation of Kan girl, test for coviral vaccine for 3 days, full pus rash PSU pointed out that the research team must be responsible

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Expedite investigation of Kan girl, test for coviral vaccine for 3 days, full pus rash PSU pointed out that the research team must be responsible

From the case reported, a 35-year-old woman in Kanchanaburi said that in January this past has joined a project of an agency by receiving a free brand of vaccination with a brand of covids and receiving a payment of 1,000 baht and a health check after injection, totaling 7,000 baht per person, which is their 3rd vaccination Months, starting to have a rash and clear blisters on the body. I think it may be caused by sweat allergy. Buy medicines and take them on your own as usual. but appeared to be a wound all over the body and pustules Therefore, it is certain that it arises from the aforementioned covid vaccine.

On May 17, Dr. Chatchai Kitiyanan, a provincial public health doctor (MD) in Kanchanaburi, revealed that the woman has now been admitted to a hospital (Hospital). Phaholphonphayuhasena, Kanchanaburi Province, however, in this case there should be a miscommunication because the officers asked for information and found that The patient had entered the Johnson & Johnson brand of vaccination research program and developed a rash, vesicles, and the patient had a skin disease. which is a congenital disease that is already being treated at Phahon Hospital

“When I participated in the research project, travel compensation was given. Not the wages for vaccinations. There is a contract with the project provider to participate in the research. The project has insurance in case of side effects from vaccination, so the project maker must come and see here as well. There is also a discrepancy in the number of injections in the news. From what I have received is It is a 1-dose injection, while the second and third are blood draws to check whether the amount of immunity increases or decreases.” Dr. Chatchai said

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Dr. Chatchai said for chronic skin diseases chronic allergy Don’t be so quick to assume that this is caused by a vaccine allergy. It may be because the original disease has relapsed. Upon exposure to stimulants, the disease relapsed. Or it could be caused by an actual allergic reaction to the vaccine. The exact cause must be determined by a specialist. At this time, we are taking care of the patient to be safe first. Most recently, the symptoms are generally in a safe stage and the rash is reduced. If it is due to skin diseases caused by allergies or others, it may take time to heal. have to take medication continuously incurable But if it’s really allergic to vaccines Stop vaccinations, give antihistamines, they can be cured. But the news that goes out in the manner of hiring a vaccination is absolutely nonexistent.

Asked by reporters about the details of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccination research, Dr. Chatchai said that this was done by the research team.

When asked It is a private company to operate. Or is it a collaborative project with any government agency? Dr. Chatchai said This matter still requires further investigation.

When asked again The vaccine listed for this research is the same as the one registered overseas. or a new vaccine Kanchanaburi province, MD. Please check the information first.

Dr. Paisan Dankhum, secretary-general of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), added that for the COVID-19 vaccine of Johnson & Johnson by Jansen-Sealak Co., Ltd., a private sector that applied for registration, was approved for registration by the FDA on March 25, 2021, but has not yet received a license from the FDA. In the issue of human research studies in Thailand in any way, however, he recently learned of such information. which must verify the facts

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