Dr Lippmann said that when the team examined his blood samples, the pieces began to fall into place և they realized that he seemed to have the same problem that they knew was happening in Britain և Europe after the patients The AstraZeneca vaccine was given mainly to young women. They switched from heparin to another blood thinner and followed British doctors who treated AstraZeneca recipients with a similar disorder.
Hoping to find out more about the situation և possible onson ցանկացած oh John onson’s possible links to vaccines, Dr. Lippmann called the emergency department of the Food and Drug Administration. It was the weekend, he said, and the respondent told him that no one was helping, that the line should be kept open for emergencies.
“I thought this was an emergency,” said Dr. Lipman. “He hung on to me.”
He called back to ask how to get Jan Ansen, who is making the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. That information was not available, he said, adding that the respondent had told him that the FDA could not provide patient care advice.
FDA spokeswoman Stephanie Caccomo e. He said in the mail. “We will discuss this further to ensure that physicians seeking FDA assistance receive the assistance they seek.”
Dr Lippmann said his hospital pharmacist had submitted an online report to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in early April, but that the agency had not contacted him this week to inquire about the case. The agency declined to comment on whether he had contacted Dr. Lippmann or e-mailed spokeswoman Kristen Nordlund.
John Onson և John Onson and the agency’s security expert, Dr. Tom Shimabukuro, both presented information about a young woman in Nevada during a meeting of the CDC Advisory Committee on Wednesday. After the meeting, Nevada officials issued a statement saying that the meeting was the first to learn about the incident in their state. They had previously informed the public that no cases had been reported, they were asking “federal partners” why the state. was not informed
At a Nevada hospital, an interventional radiologist inserted a tube into a young woman’s brain to make a blood clot. Later, more blood clots appeared, and he underwent the procedure again.