Problem description: The patient, male, 9 years old, went home from school on the afternoon of December 14, 2020, suddenly shouting headache and accompanied by fever. After a while, he convulsed and became unconscious. He was transferred to Fen. Yang Hospital underwent a lumbar puncture and performed an MRI, which said that he might have encephalitis. Then he came to the Taiyuan Children’s Hospital, reviewed the MRI, and performed 3 lumbar punctures, but he was still in a coma. Non-invasive auxiliary ventilator also used. Can the child be transferred to hospital in this situation?
Question date:2021-01-02
Patient information:Age: 9 years old Gender: Male
Question analysis: Hello, according to your situation, this depends on the patient’s stable recovery.
Guidance suggestion: In this case, it is generally recommended to consult the attending doctor to see if the child’s condition is suitable for transfer. If the condition is more dangerous, this is generally not transferable, because I am afraid that something will happen halfway.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection