Another 2 children with acute hepatitis identified; cause unknown and both developed illness last year: MOH

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Another 2 children with acute hepatitis identified; cause unknown and both developed illness last year: MOH

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Another 2 children with acute hepatitis identified; cause unknown and both developed illness last year: MOH

SINGAPORE — A retrospective investigation by the Ministry of Health ( MOH ) revealed another two cases of acute hepatitis of unknown cause — a three-year-old and an eight-year-old who developed the illness in October and November 2021 respectively.

Both children did not have a history of Covid-19 prior to their acute hepatitis, and continue to be under regular follow-up, said MOH.Additionally, in an update of the case of a 10-month-old infant who was found to have acute hepatitis last month, MOH said that baby boy has been discharged and is currently well.

The cause of the hepatitis — also known as liver inflammation —"remains indeterminate".On April 25, the baby was admitted for further investigations at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital Emergency Department. The health ministry was notified of the case four days later.

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Another 2 children with acute hepatitis identified, illness developed last year: MOHSINGAPORE: A retrospective investigation by the Ministry of Health ( MOH ) revealed another two cases of acute hepatitis of unknown cause - a three-year-old and an eight-year-old who developed the illness in October and November 2021 respectively. Laboratory testing determined that these two cases

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Laboratory testing determined that these two cases are negative for the common hepatitis viruses.SINGAPORE: A retrospective investigation by the Ministry of Health (MOH) revealed another two cases of acute hepatitis of unknown cause - a three-year-old and an eight-year-old who developed the illness in October and November 2021 respectively.SINGAPORE: A retrospective investigation by the Ministry of Health (MOH) revealed another two cases of acute hepatitis of unknown cause - a three-year-old and an eight-year-old who developed the illness in October and November 2021 respectively.Copy to clipboard https://str.

Both children did not have a history of Covid-19 prior to their acute hepatitis, and continue to be under regular follow-up, said MOH. Additionally, in an update of the case of a 10-month-old infant who was found to have acute hepatitis last month, MOH said that baby boy has been discharged and is currently well. Both children did not have a history of COVID-19 prior to their acute hepatitis, and continue to be under regular follow-up, said MOH. The cause of the hepatitis — also known as liver inflammation —"remains indeterminate". Additionally, in an update of the case of a who was found to have acute hepatitis last month, MOH said that baby boy has been discharged and is currently well. On April 25, the baby was admitted for further investigations at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital Emergency Department. The cause of the hepatitis - also known as liver inflammation -"remains indeterminate". The health ministry was notified of the case four days later. The WHO had said on Friday (May 27) that it had received more than 600 reports of probable cases of acute hepatitis in children in 33 different countries, but added that the causes remain unknown and are under investigation.

Following a World Health Organization (WHO) alert of cases of acute hepatitis of unknown cause in young children, MOH took measures to determine if the boy's case was similar to those seen across the world. The health ministry was notified of case four days later. The health ministry was notified of case four days later. All hospitals with paediatric services were asked to review their patient records for those who have a similar presentation to the cases reported by WHO, MOH said. This was when the three-year old and eight-year old were identified. All hospitals with paediatric services were asked to review their patient records for those who have a similar presentation to the cases reported by WHO, MOH said. "Hepatitis in young children is not uncommon and it is not unusual for the cause of some hepatitis cases in children to remain unknown," MOH said. This was when the three-year old and eight-year old were identified. It added that no unusual increase or pattern has been observed in the number of children with hepatitis of unknown cause. Related: At least one child dead after increase of acute hepatitis cases in children: WHO "Hepatitis in young children is not uncommon and it is not unusual for the cause of some hepatitis cases in children to remain unknown," MOH said. MOH added:"While the cause of hepatitis in all three cases has not been identified, it may not mean that these cases are linked to the global outbreak.

While the cause of hepatitis in all three cases in Singapore has not been identified, it does not mean that they are linked to the global outbreak, said MOH. "We continue to monitor the situation closely and have informed all medical practitioners to be vigilant to young children presenting with signs and symptoms of hepatitis for which a cause cannot be identified. While the cause of hepatitis in all three cases in Singapore has not been identified, it does not mean that they are linked to the global outbreak, said MOH. While the cause of hepatitis in all three cases in Singapore has not been identified, it does not mean that they are linked to the global outbreak, said MOH." The first cases of acute hepatitis with unknown cause among children were identified at an Alabama hospital in October 2021, when five patients were admitted with liver damage. Since then cases were reported in several countries including Japan, Indonesia, the United Kingdom, Spain and France." The first cases of acute hepatitis with unknown cause among children were identified at an Alabama hospital in October 2021, when five patients were admitted with liver damage. Many of the affected children are aged 10 and under, and the youngest was one month old. Since then cases were reported in several countries including Japan, Indonesia, the United Kingdom, Spain and France. The common symptoms of hepatitis include abdominal pain, diarrhoea and vomiting, followed by jaundice, where the skin or the whites of the eyes turn yellow.

Common symptoms include abdominal pain, diarrhoea and vomiting, followed by jaundice, which is marked by the skin or the whites of the eyes turning yellow. Many of the affected children are aged 10 and under, and the youngest was one month old. The affected children may also have fatigue, loss of appetite, dark urine, light-coloured stools and joint pain. CNA For more reports like this, visit . The affected children may also have fatigue, loss of appetite, dark urine, light-coloured stools and joint pain. The affected children may also have fatigue, loss of appetite, dark urine, light-coloured stools and joint pain.