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  • German Measles

    Introduction

    German measles is an acute contagious disease caused by togavirus. It is considered to be milder than typical measles but it is fatal to the fetus when occurring early in pregnancy. German measles is also known as Rubella. It usually affects children and young people. It is a contagious condition that can be transmitted between humans via airborne droplets when infected individuals cough or sneeze.

  • German Measles

    Symptoms and Treatment

    The symptoms for German Measles include mild fever, runny or stuffy nose, headache, muscle pain, inflamed or red eyes, swollen lymph nodes, pink rash. German measles is diagnosed based on the levels of antibodies. German measles is treated with antibodies called hyperimmune globulin that can fight off the infection. This reduces the symptoms. 

  • German Measles

    Statistics

    In Switzerland, vaccination against measles has been recommended since 1976, with MMR vaccine being used since 1985. For at least one dose at two years of age, vaccination coverage was stable at about 82% in Switzerland from the early 1990ies to the early 2000s, before increasing to 87% during the period from 2005 to 2007.

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