About it it is spoken in the statement of joint meeting of board of the National Council concerning health care of the population and operational staff concerning carrying out additional immunization against measles and a rubella of Ministry of Health.
In particular, in the statement it is noted that at present the final cause of death of the child isn't established.
However the commission of Ministry of Health of Ukraine on the basis of the studied materials came to a conclusion that "a straight line prichinno - investigative communications between the vaccination carried out on May 12, 2008 against measles and Tishchenko A.V. rubella. and by occurrence of his death it isn't established", it is noted in the statement.
The case of death can be treated as coincidence in time.
Confirmation of appropriate quality of a vaccine and lack of a straight line prichinno - investigative communication between influence of a vaccine and death of the child is also that other children who are vaccinated from the same 10-dozny bottle, had no complications and reactions, it is noted in the statement.
According to commission conclusions, among the considered versions the most reliable cause of death of the child I was infectious - toxic shock which could be caused bacterial (including meningococcal) by an infection.
At the same time the commission noted that medical care was provided to the dead not in full.
Thus authors of the statement note that the final cause of death of the child can't be established without carrying out histologic research of materials which are at the disposal of the State Office of Public Prosecutor.
As it was reported earlier, in Ukraine, since May 26, mass vaccination of citizens aged from 16 till 29 years from measles and a rubella had to be carried out.
On May 13 the senior from Kramatorsk Anton Tishchenko after a measles and the rubella made the day before inoculation, died in reanimation.
For May 15 in Kramatorsk with complaints to health deterioration in children's city hospital 18 children who were vaccinated from measles and a rubella addressed.