As a woman born in the early 1990s, the author is also one of the children fed by TV. The 1990s was also the era of vigorous development of Japanese animation. The "Sailor Moon" animation broadcast on TV in 1992 was the original work by the cartoonist Naoko Takeuchi, with Tomita Yuhiro, Yanagawa Shigeru, and others as the animation script coordinator. During the broadcast in Japan, it achieved an average high rating of 11.6, and it can be called one of the bibles of shojo manga.
Chen Yingzhen (NOW Health) Recently, many young children have developed symptoms such as fever and runny nose. Parents thought that the photo background removing temperature dropped sharply in autumn and winter, and they suffered from a common cold or influenza A and B. However, the pediatrician at Asia University Hospital found that children under the age of two are infected this year (2020). The proportion of respiratory fusion viruses increased by 20% compared with the same period last year. As the disease may be fatal to premature infants, children with chronic lung disease and congenital heart disease, parents are reminded not to take it lightly. Lin Hongzhi, deputy director of the Children's Medical Center of Asia University Affiliated Hospital, said that when a child comes to the hospital for cold symptoms, in addition to testing for influenza A and B, it will also be further tested for respiratory syncytial virus infection.
According to statistics, in the past month, the proportion of children under the age of two infected with the disease has increased. Many parents initially thought that their child was just suffering from the flu or cold, but it turned out to be a respiratory fusion virus. Lin Hongzhi pointed out that respiratory fusion virus is the main cause of lower respiratory tract virus infection in children younger than one year old and the elderly over 65 years old. Nearly two-thirds of young children were infected before one year old; More than two previous experiences with respiratory syncytial virus infection. Worldwide, respiratory syncytial viruses cause about 64 million infections and about 160,000 deaths annually, according to the World Health Organization.