ПБиМ 2023 №3,1 (145)

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Rabbimova Nodira Tashtemirovna, Matyakubova Feruza Egamovna, Ergasheva Munisa Yakubovna, Tursunboev Husan


Samarkand State Medical University, Republic of Uzbekistan, Samarkand


The incidence of PM over the past 10 years has been undulating. In adults, PM was mainly characterized by a severe course (85.7%). Given the severe course of PM, the frequent and early development of complications, in order to prevent invasive forms of pneumococcal infection, it is necessary to introduce pneumococcal vaccines into the practice of standard vaccination of adult patients over 50 years of age, as well as patients from risk groups with comorbid condi-tions.

Kalit so'zlar

pneumococcus, meningitis, pneumococcal infection, S.pneumoniae


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