Efeito adverso pós-vacinação contra a COVID-19 em adultos com síndrome de Down

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https://doi.org/10.5585/22.2023.23794

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Síndrome de Down, Vacinas, COVID-19, Efeitos Adversos.

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Introdução: Comorbidades em adultos com síndrome de Down são comuns tornando-os um grupo de risco para COVID-19. Dessa forma, vacinar contra a COVID-19 torna-se necessária, mas requer cuidados contra possíveis efeitos colaterais.
Objetivo: Pesquisar possíveis efeitos adversos após vacinação contra COVID-19 em adultos com Síndrome de Down (SD).
Metodologia: Estudo descritivo no qual 97 adultos diagnosticados com SD foram entrevistados por meio de um questionário contendo dezessete questões relacionadas a dados pessoais e histórico, e sete questões relacionadas à vacinação.
Resultados: A vacina mais aplicada foi a AstraZeneca (94%), Pfizer (4%) e CoronaVac (2%); 74% dos sujeitos apresentaram efeitos adversos, sendo os mais frequentes após a primeira dose: dor no local da injeção (65,3%), febre (37,9%), dores musculares (37,8%), mal-estar (29,5%); na segunda dose houve diminuição desses efeitos adversos; 95% dos sintomas desapareceram após as primeiras 24 horas após a aplicação.
Conclusão: Mais da metade dos indivíduos entrevistados apresentou efeitos adversos após a aplicação da primeira dose da vacina, diminuindo com a segunda dose; a mais frequente foi a dor no local de aplicação.

 

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Lacerda de Andrade M, Uehara L, Ferreira de Moraes J, Ferrari Corrêa JC, Ishida Corrêa F. Efeito adverso pós-vacinação contra a COVID-19 em adultos com síndrome de Down. Cons. Saúde [Internet]. 28º de junho de 2023 [citado 25º de junho de 2024];22(1):e23794. Disponível em: https://periodicos.uninove.br/saude/article/view/23794

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