Pneumococcal vaccine for chuk tayang mama

Schedule post!
Venue : home sweet home
Time 6.25 pm..setelah masak bubur..biar je dlm perikuk nasik
baru habis sapu sampah..tengahari opismate hubby nk dtg rumah..kami nk let go baby cot..beli rm 250 ++..Nak jual RM 150 ++..x guna sangat pong..chuk tayang mama suka tido celah ketiak mama ;)

smlm..korang dgr berita tv3 tak? ade satu news berkaitan jemaah haji kemungkinan disarankan untuk mengambil vaksin Pneumococcal. Sebab keadaan persekitaran di sana adalah paru - paru ade firewall la (klu org it paham kut)..hehehe..prevention gitu..So teringat la my chuk tayang mama Nur Awatif Irdina..sebab kitaorg mmg amik vaksin tersebut utk nomei nomei asyik postpone jer..finally time 8 bulan peri kat klink An - Nur..(Govt xder tau) sebab vaksin nih mahal..sekali cucuk RM 240..kene 3x cucuk..(3x Rm 240 = ???) next schedule utk suntikan time 9 bulan (bulan nih la)..then last time 12 month nanti..lambat lg..sempat duit beranak..
kitaorg terlambat..klu start 6 bulan aritu boleh dapat 4 dos..means 4 x suntikan..

after buat reserach cki, tnya doktor govt, diorg pon cadangkan amik vaksin nih utk nomei - nomei sbb selsema n batuk x baik2..adeh..1st time dgr psl vaksin nih dr my sis. Thanks to her..dia mmg suruh amk utk awatif..

lagi sekali prevention utk paru - paru k..

++Keberkesanan Vaksin Pneumococcal Buat Jemaah Haji Sedang Dikaji++ klik utk baca

hat are the benefits of the pneumococcal vaccine?

This vaccine protects against pneumococcal (pronounced new-m'COCKL) infections, which mostly strike children under age 5 and can lead to some of the worst childhood diseases. Pneumococcal infections are one of the most common causes of death in the United States from a disease that's preventable through a vaccine.

Before the vaccine came along, pneumococcal infection caused more than 700 cases of meningitis, 13,000 blood infections, and 5 million ear infections in children under 5 every year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The vaccine is effective in up to 90 percent of people who get it.

The bugs responsible for pneumococcal are bacteria called Streptococcus pneumoniae. They live in the mucous lining of the nose and in the back of the throat. And when they're plentiful enough, they can cause an infection in the respiratory tract, middle ear, or sinus cavities. Antibiotics such as penicillin can kill them, but up to 40 percent of the strains are resistant to antibiotics.

Pneumococcal bacteria spread by close contact and through coughing and sneezing. Diseases such as meningitis and pneumonia can crop up within days of infection.

Symptoms of pneumococcal pneumonia usually include fever and chills with shaking or trembling, as well as chest pain, coughing, shortness of breath, rapid breathing, rapid heart rate, fatigue, and weakness. Nausea, vomiting, and headaches are also associated with pneumococcal pneumonia, but are less common.

Pneumococcal bacteria also cause some of the most serious ear infections in children.

What's the recommended schedule?

Recommended number of doses
Four doses.

Recommended ages

  • At 2 months
  • At 4 months
  • At 6 months
  • Between 12 and 15 months

What to do if your child has already received the old vaccine

The CDC recommends that

1) children who have received one or more doses of PCV7 complete their immunization series with PCV13, and

2) children 14 through 59 months of age who have already received all their PCV7 doses receive one dose of PCV13.

To track your child's immunizations, use BabyCenter's Immunization Scheduler.

Who shouldn't get the PCV vaccine?

Children who've had a life-threatening allergic reaction to a previous PCV shot or to certain other vaccines should not get the PCV vaccine. If your child has had this type of severe reaction to any immunization, talk to her doctor about whether the PCV vaccine is advisable.

Are there any precautions I should take?

Mildly ill children can be vaccinated. But if your child has a high fever or a severe illness, such as pneumonia, wait until her health improves before taking her in for the vaccine. She'll be better able to handle the immunization when she's healthy.

1 comment:

ryy.han said...

klu kira2 mmg mahal sekali cucuk dh prevention better than cure, tak gitew?