October 4, 2022

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Vaccination strategy for allergic children

Vaccination strategy for allergic children

 

Vaccination strategy for allergic children. With the change of living environment and the improvement of detection methods, the incidence of allergic events and children’s allergies are constantly increasing. When a child with allergies is received in an outpatient clinic, whether or not to be vaccinated is one of the most frequently questionable questions for parents.

With the change of living environment and the improvement of detection methods, the incidence of allergic events and children’s allergies are constantly increasing. When a child with allergies is received in an outpatient clinic, whether or not to be vaccinated is one of the most frequently questionable questions for parents.

Vaccines play an important role in the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases and help reduce the incidence and mortality of infectious diseases. In principle, allergic children must and must be vaccinated, because allergic constitution and allergic diseases are not absolute contraindications to vaccination.

Vaccination strategy for allergic children

 

 

1. What conditions can be vaccinated?

  • 1. Children suffering from dermatitis, purulent skin diseases, and severe eczema should not be vaccinated, and can be vaccinated only after the illness is cured.
  • 2. Children whose body temperature exceeds 37.5°C and have underarm or lymphadenopathy should not be vaccinated, and the cause of the disease should be identified and cured before vaccination;
  • 3. Children with severe heart, liver, kidney disease and active tuberculosis should not be vaccinated;
  • 4. Children with abnormal nervous system including brain development, sequelae of encephalitis and epilepsy should not be vaccinated;
  • 5. Children suffering from severe diseases, severe malnutrition, severe rickets, congenital immunodeficiency or receiving immunosuppressive therapy should not be vaccinated;
  • 6. It is not advisable to vaccinate during the acute attack of asthma, and revaccinate when the condition is relieved;
  • 7. When a child has diarrhea, especially a child who has more than 4 bowel movements a day, he can only take polio vaccine after he recovers for two weeks;
  • 8. High fever (body temperature over 39 degrees) postponed vaccination; the cold has entered the recovery period and only symptoms such as runny nose are available for vaccination.
  • 9. After receiving the blood preparation, pay attention to the interval between vaccination against measles, rubella, mumps, chickenpox and other vaccines;
  • 10. Vaccination is not suitable for hungry on an empty stomach.

 

02. What preparations should be made for the baby before vaccination?

  • 1. Give your baby a bath, put on soft, loose clothes, eat well and rest, and keep the skin clean at the inoculation site.
  • 2. Bring your baby’s vaccination certificate.
  • 3. Explain the baby’s health status to the doctor, and pay attention to whether the child has fever, diarrhea, cough, convulsions and other symptoms in recent days.
  • 4. What reactions did the baby have during the last vaccination (such as fever, rash, etc.).

 

03. Please pay attention to avoid adverse reactions

  • 1. After vaccination, do not rush home, rest and observe in the hospital for 30 minutes. If the baby has an adverse reaction, please consult a doctor in time.
  • 2. Ensure that the injection site is clean.
  • 3. Don’t let your baby exercise vigorously.
  • 4. Observe the baby’s reaction carefully after going home.
  • 5. Strictly follow the doctor’s instructions, such as not eating hot food within 30 minutes after taking the polio candy or oral rotavirus.

Those who have an allergic reaction to any vaccine should avoid the next vaccination of the same vaccine, so parents should pay attention to providing the child with a history of allergy to the corresponding components of the vaccine, especially for children with allergies; for immediate allergies caused by vaccines For responders, doctors should fully evaluate whether they can be vaccinated in the future; if vaccination is particularly needed, skin tests of the above ingredients can be carried out, and divided doses can be used if necessary.

 

 

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