73 students required to have detailed examination of heart in Toride city Ibaraki, “2.6 times much as last year”
3 citizen’s organizations in Toride city Ibaraki published elementary school and junior high school students who were required to have detailed examination of heart have rapidly increased since last year.
1,655 students (first grade of elementary school and junior high school) had physical examination of heart this May as every year.
As a result, 73 students were required to have detailed examination. In 2011, it was 28 students.
As to the junior high school students, it jumped up from 17 to 55, which is more than 3 times much as last year.
8 students were diagnosed to have long QT syndrome, which causes sudden death. In 2011, it was 2 students, and it was only 1 student in 2010.
24 students turned out to have disease related to heart in the past, which was 21 in 2011, and 9 in 2010.
City mayor Fujii commented he wants to think about measures after checking data and confirming.
3 associations de la ville de Toride dans la préfecture d’Ibaraki ont publié que le nombre d’élèves d’écoles élémentaires et junior high school devant subir un examen cardiaque détaillé a rapidement augmenté depuis l’an dernier.
1 655 élèves (en première classe d’école élémentaire et de junior high school) ont subi un examen physique de leur cœur au mois de mai, comme chaque année.
Au bilan, 73 élèves ont reçu l’ordre de subir un examen approfondi. Il n’y en avait eu que 28 en 2011.
Concernant les élèves de junior high school, on est passé de 17 à 55, soit plus de 3 fois plus que l’an dernier.
8 élèves ont été diagnostiqués avoir le syndrome du QT long qui provoque des morts subites. En 2011, il n’y en avait eu que 2 et seulement 1 en 2010.
24 élèves ont révélé avoir une maladie cardiaque, par le passé il y en avait eu 21 en 2011 et 9 en 2010.
Le maire de Fujii a déclaré qu’il voulait penser à prendre des mesures concernant les résultats des contrôles et sur leur fiabilité.
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