Détails du rapport Vaer
Région : Outside US
- Patient décédé?
- Renseignements sur les vaccins
Nom: COVID19 (COVID19 (PFIZER-BIONTECH))
Type : Coronavirus 2019 vaccine
- Date de réception du rapport
- Date à laquelle le formulaire est complèté
- Date de vaccination
- Date d’apparition
- Nombre de jours (date d’apparition – date de vaccination)
- Description de l’événement indésirable
bell paralysis; off label use; interchange of vaccine products; this is a spontaneous report received from a contactable reporter(s) (consumer or other non hcp). the reporter is the patient. a male patient received bnt162b2 (bnt162b2), administration date 09jan2022 (batch/lot number: unknown) as dose 3 (booster), single for covid-19 immunisation. the patient's relevant medical history and concomitant medications were not reported. vaccination history included: covid-19 vaccine (1st dose), for covid-19 immunisation; covid-19 vaccine (2nd dose), for covid-19 immunisation. the following information was reported: bell's palsy (medically significant) with onset 09jan2022, outcome "not recovered", described as "bell paralysis"; off label use (medically significant) with onset 09jan2022, outcome "unknown", described as "off label use"; interchange of vaccine products (medically significant) with onset 09jan2022, outcome "unknown", described as "interchange of vaccine products". the event "bell paralysis" was evaluated at the physician office visit. the patient underwent the following laboratory tests and procedures: blood pressure measurement: unknown; heart rate: unknown; physical examination: bell's palsy, notes: did some tests of gestures, movements and others, it was determined paralysis of bell. therapeutic measures were taken as a result of bell's palsy. additional information: patient felt numbness in tongue and taste varied about 1 hour after vaccination. patient thought it must be the reaction but then rested on the afternoon of that sunday, on monday and went to work but felt a heaviness in face on the left side and left eye that day cries too much the next day on tuesday the deviation of face was still noticed more and the heaviness of face the same, went to work but returned at noon, went to the doctor and he examined pressure, heart rate, normal breathing in the parameters, he did some tests of gestures, movements and others, it was determined paralysis of bell. he prescribed me diprospan and menagil (b12) injections of 25,000, patient states that he is improving but the process is slow.i also opened my file in our country's health system privacy for being public services the attention is slow but i still did it to see in what way did it help me because medicine stops what happened to me and in general the cost is high and sometimes one cannot afford these medicines, i let them know what happened because it is fair that they know and that if these cases occur they should if there is something that helps someone affected, financial compensation, or direct help for a faster recovery, i get vaccinated because i consider myself a responsible person for myself and those around me and i try to do things the best i can, i hope you can pay attention to me and get a response from you, if you need more information i will gladly send it to you. the lot number for bnt162b2 was not provided and will be requested during follow up
- Données de laboratoire
test name: blood pressure; result unstructured data: test result:unknown; test name: heart rate; result unstructured data: test result:unknown; test name: physical examination; result unstructured data: test result:bell's palsy; comments: did some tests of gestures, movements and others, it was determined paralysis of bell
- Liste des symptômes
interchange of vaccine products physical examination blood pressure measurement off label use heart rate bell's palsy
- Patient décédé?
- Date de décès
- Anomalie congénitale
- Vaccin administré par :
- Vaccin acheté par :
- Visite d’un patient à l’urgence?
- Patient hospitalisé?
- Séjour à l’hôpital
- Nombre de jours à l’hôpital
- Non spécifié
- Invalidité permanente?
- Maladie actuelle