Parents must pay attention to vaccination
As a parent, how can you tell if your child ‘s immunization is successful?
The success of judging the effect of vaccination is mainly from two aspects. The first child must not be a specific infectious disease after the vaccination, which should be successful.
In addition, sometimes we will withdraw a small number of children who have been vaccinated, withdraw a small amount of blood, and test the antibody. If the antibody reaches a protective level, it proves that the child has protected against certain diseases.
Therefore, we welcome parents to take their children to participate in the “vaccine immunization success rate test” to confirm whether the child has been protected by testing for repeated antibodies.
Under what circumstances can a baby not be transplanted with a vaccine?
At present, except for rabies vaccination, there are contraindications to any other vaccination. Common contraindications are ongoing serious organ diseases, especially those that are active; acute infectious diseases are feverish; allergies to vaccines, etc.Defective children cannot be vaccinated live.
When there are clear contraindications, it is really impossible to vaccinate, and the child should be vaccinated before getting ill.
I think the parents of this child’s child may not be in a hurry to transplant, the child’s throat is congested, and the blood routine is abnormal, indicating that the child is in the stage of mild viral infection. It is recommended to observe for one week and check the blood routine after 2 weeks. The value is normal.After vaccination is appropriate.
In addition, if there is no further development, it can be implanted. Do not transplant it for the time being.
Because sometimes the child is already infected with a disease and is in the asymptomatic stage. After the vaccine is infected, the symptoms of the infected disease appear. Parents will think that it is caused by a vaccination. It is not actually caused by vaccination, butThe disease development and the timing of vaccination are coupled.
Therefore, when a child is found to have a mild attack, parents do not have to rush to take the child with a large vaccination. After a few days of observation, the disease does not develop before the decision is made to prevent the occurrence of coupled adverse reactions.
Is it possible to postpone the vaccination time?
First of all, I want to clarify the fact that the parent said that the process required for the merger in Beijing is cumbersome. In fact, the prevention of children’s diseases is managed by the place of residence nationwide, not by the place of residence, so no matter where the child’s household registration is?
As long as the child is in Beijing, we can provide implant prevention services for the child, and the parent need not worry.
The child’s enjoyment of immunization services in the place of residence is a state recognition of his rights. Beijing can provide him with the same services as children in this city. The parent only needs to take the child to the nearest immunization clinic for consultation and follow the regulations.Establish a vaccination card, you can get vaccination services, parents are advised to take their children to the immunization clinic in time.
Under what circumstances does the vaccine need to be re-implanted?
Children in Beijing are vaccinated against hepatitis B with three doses of 10 micrograms, while the current national immunization plan requires a dose of 5 micrograms.
Therefore, it is more likely that individual children will not produce specific antibodies when they take a 5 microgram dose than when they take a 10 microgram dose.
In addition, sometimes if the quality of the reagent is not reliable, it will also affect the accuracy of the test results. It is not true that specific antibodies are not produced or even accurately detected.
In addition, the immune protection produced by humans after vaccination is composed of humoral immunity and cellular immunity. There are reports in the literature that although some people have not detected specific antibodies after being vaccinated against hepatitis B vaccine, cellular immunity has been successful, so specific antibodies cannot be detected.It is not necessarily that immunity is not generated.
In addition, the child is now 2 years and 4 months old. If the child’s 3-vaccine vaccine is given in time after birth according to the nationally prescribed immunization program, it may also transform the child’s growth, and its specific antibody level has decreased, or even cannot be detected.
Because there are many factors affecting the success of vaccination, it is recommended that the parent can take the child to a more professional hospital for re-testing. If the antibody is negative, you can consult your local vaccination doctor and arrange for a vaccination.It is suggested that increasing the dose of the vaccine by injecting a dose of 10 micrograms per injection is also a solution.
What should I do if my child reacts after receiving the vaccine?
It depends on what kind of reaction he has, because the vaccine reaction can be called an adverse reaction, which can be divided into general reactions and abnormal reactions, and the body can show systemic reactions or local reactions.
Usually, the child will have a general reaction after being vaccinated, which is a normal reaction and can be recovered. It is transient in time.
The probability of occurrence of abnormal reactions is extremely low, and it is even extremely rare, but it is necessary to be aware of it, and if it occurs, it needs special treatment and serious treatment.
If the diabetic vaccine containing the adsorbent is implanted, after the hepatitis B vaccine, the induration may appear locally. If the induration is small and slight, it will naturally be absorbed gradually.
If it is large and hard, a local hot compress should be performed, usually the second day after the injection, that is, after the pinhole is closed, 3-4 times a day, 15-20 minutes each time, to remind parents of young childrenNote that the temperature of the hot pack is moderate, and do not use the adult’s temperature measurement.
Some children also develop fever when their temperature does not exceed 38.
It is not necessary to intervene at 5 ℃, it is enough to give the child plenty of water, if the temperature exceeds 38.
At 5 ° C, antipyretics should be taken once, but it should be noted that children’s antipyretics do not contain aspirin, and it is generally good to take only once.
If the child’s temperature drops after taking the antipyretic medicine, and the fever will continue after the effect of the medicine, or even persist, it must be noted that this situation is usually not caused by vaccination, it should be a coupling infection, and parents should bringDon’t delay your child’s illness if you go to the doctor.
Can diarrhea be vaccinated against autumn diarrhea?
The vaccine to prevent autumn diarrhea is a round attenuated live vaccine. It is an oral dosage form. Like this child, diarrhea is more frequent. If the vaccine is taken orally, the ash will be expelled from the body with diarrhea.Effect, reducing the immune effect of the vaccine.
Therefore, it is recommended that the parent wait for the child to recover from diarrhea, and then the oral vaccine will be more effective.
If we encounter a child who has taken the vaccine orally during diarrhea, we will recommend that he take another dose of the vaccine after the diarrhea has recovered.
Experts preliminary parents have to follow a general principle: when the baby is sick, take the baby’s body to recover before transplanting.