美国42人想接种新冠疫苗却打错针 当局承认人为疏失

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That’s an awful lot of med errors! RT @zeroedtweets: "The 42 individuals received the antibody product at a vaccination clinic hosted by staff at the Boone County Health Department..."
- #zerohedge https://t.co/AnVb4C0k7E

— ACL27 (@acl27) January 1, 2021

美国已有超过260万人接种新冠疫苗,如今却有消息指出,西维吉尼亚州有42人注射错疫苗,变成施打实验性鸡尾酒抗体疗法。当地卫生局表示,这是人为疏失的单一事件,这42人目前并无出现严重副作用,应该不会造成医疗上的风险。

根据《纽约时报》报导,美国西维吉尼亚州国民警卫队(West Virginia National Guard)12月31日表示,该州布恩郡(Boone County)共42位居民原定30日接种辉瑞的新冠疫苗,不过却因为人为疏失,不慎施打成雷杰纳荣制药(Regeneron Pharmaceuticals)的实验性鸡尾酒抗体疗法。

据了解,美国总统川普染疫时,也曾施打过这种药剂,但它是透过静脉注射(intravenous infusion),而不是像新冠疫苗一样直接打在手臂上。另据《ABC》报导,该郡卫生局长米勒(Julie Miller)表示,这是人为疏失的单一事件,这42人目前并无出现严重副作用,应该不会造成医疗上的风险。

美国疾病管制与预防中心(CDC)建议,先前并无「先注射疗法,再接种疫苗」的案例,建议让这些人先观察至少90天,再另行施打新冠疫苗。不过,西维吉尼亚州国民警卫队未依循CDC建议,仅表示这42人会在1月1日重新接种。

挺没劲
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无意中得到了近乎于总统待遇的礼遇
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duty
2 楼
太搞笑了吧。
转帖司令
3 楼
这算不算骗子
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obama_01
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要相信民主
洪湖水ya
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33万一针,打了42人,一共多少钱贡献,没有人会抱怨的。
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xdada
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哈哈哈哈哈,请转笑坛
何所思
7 楼
有人发财了
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LaBrisa
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那个穷得丁当响的州,白白损失了42剂天价特效针剂。有新冠病患可能因此而失去了获救的机会。
咋啥名都被使用
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打错了对身体没啥好处。 感染新冠,注射这些抗体直接进入血液,很快和病毒结合,抑制病毒。但,现在是打进肌肉,浓集在局部,可能被身体的免疫系统视作异源蛋白,会对这些打进去的抗体产生抗抗体。 等打入疫苗或者感染病毒时,身体产生抗体,同时身体也产生了抗抗体。一队人马去打敌人,又跑来另一伙特种兵,打他们埋伏灭他们,本来都是自己人。 当然只是可能。
相信事实
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要是发生在中国,喷喷们不得狂喷?到美国了,这种严重的医疗事故就成了笑话? 两种药完全不同,难道发药的药剂师,复温的、打针的护士都不认字?都不核实吗?这种医疗事故是非常严重的,并不是说没有严重后果就不是医疗事故啊。
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LAOK
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民主燈塔国!打死了也是正確的。沒人負責。民主自由嗎!
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Chinese3927
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In Florida, less than one-quarter of delivered coronavirus vaccines have been used, even as older people sat in lawn chairs all night waiting for their shots. In Puerto Rico, last week’s vaccine shipments did not arrive until the workers who would have administered them had left for the Christmas holiday. In California, doctors are worried about whether there will be enough hospital staff members to both administer vaccines and tend to the swelling number of COVID-19 patients. These sorts of logistical problems in clinics across the country have put the campaign to vaccinate the United States against COVID-19 far behind schedule in its third week, raising fears about how quickly the country will be able to tame the epidemic. Federal officials said as recently as earlier in December that their goal was to have 20 million people get their first shot by the end of 2020. More than 14 million doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines had been sent out across the United States, federal officials said Wednesday. But, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, just 2.8 million people have received their first dose, although that number may be somewhat low because of lags in reporting.