Clin Case Rep Int | Volume 7, Issue 1 | Review Article | Open Access
Deepika D1, Anshu RD2 and Rupesh D3*
1School of Pharmacy, G H Raisoni University, India
2Nagpur College of Pharmacy, India
3Adarsh Institute of Pharmacy, India
*Correspondance to: Rupesh DudheFulltext PDF
The infection caused by Rubella virus is also known by the name of German measles. The number of birth defects might develop in the fetus of a rubella virus infected woman during the early stage of pregnancy. These defects are termed as Congenital Rubella Syndrome (CRS). There is also possibility that the infection due to virus can lead to abortions. The study was conducted to find out the cases of CRS among the pregnant women. A combined vaccine against measles, mumps, and rubella was licensed for use for the first time in the year 1971 in the United States. The report from the data collected in the various studies have proved the rubella infection to be the cause for about 3% to 5% of all suspected CRS cases in India. A questionnaire was prepared and pregnant women as well as female of child-bearing age were asked about the rubella vaccination. In the research survey, more than 1,000 females were involved in different areas and age-groups. It was concluded that very less or negligible data is available related to awareness about the routine immunization among the common people of India. Thus, it is required to conduct more research in this field and make people more and more aware about the harmful effects of not being vaccinated at the proper age. Indians need to collect reliable and accurate data to prioritize and tackle the serious consequences of CRS.
CRS: Congenital Rubella Syndrome; ASD: Atrial Septal Defect; PDA: Patent Ductus Arteriosus; MMR: Measles-Mumps and Rubella; PCR: Polymerase Chain Reaction
Deepika D, Anshu RD, Rupesh D. Case Study on Rubella Virus. Clin Case Rep Int. 2023; 7: 1542.