A 5-year-old boy from Villa Carlos Paz is introduced to the Children's Hospital of Cordoba with severe acute renal failure after hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) has contracted.
"He arrived in hospital on Monday with severe acute renal failure, he is in peritoneal dialysis to replace renal function," he explained. The voice Eugenia Tirao, assistant director of Infant.
"He does not have 24 hours of hemodialysis yet, we have to wait for his progression in the next few days or weeks." Neurologically it's fine, and that's a good indicator, "the doctor said.
Tirao said diarrhea symptoms are warning symptoms, possibly with blood in the stool, vomiting and fever. "Usually, diarrhea, vomiting, fever or not occur, and after about a week the image is repeated with discomfort, abdominal pain, skin patches and decreased urine," he said.
"It is the first case of the last three months in children," he said. Although HUS can occur at any time of the year, heat times increase the risk of food contamination.