- Prevention of HIV, syphilis and hepatitis B
- Chuzhou Maternity and Child Health Care Family Planning Services
- Shengzhou Maternal and Child Health Hospital Held "Two Schools"
- Seize the opportunity and clear focus on doing good women and children
- Our hospital held the 6th Staff Representative Conference
- On the first day of work after the Spring Festival, our hospital reiterated
- Our staff actively participate in blood donation
- In 2016, our college will seek five new breakthroughs
- Leader of the municipal party committee Jiang Feng visited the hospital
- Hospital leaders visited the old leaders and their difficulties
Time: 2013-07-07 22:14 Source: Internet
I. During vaccination
Babies need to receive multiple vaccinations from birth. Although immunization can cause minor discomfort in the short term, it is safe. For your baby's health, be sure to get the shots on time.
1. After receiving the vaccination, you may have symptoms of local redness, pain, or slight fever. Drink more water for your baby. Usually, the symptoms will disappear after 2-3 days.
2. If your baby has a cold or is not feeling well, ask your doctor about the timing of your vaccination.
3. If your baby has any special circumstances, be sure to ask a doctor or vaccination unit.
1. Do not exercise vigorously, do not eat hot and spicy foods, so as not to aggravate the reaction.
2. After vaccination, systemic symptoms such as fever, general malaise, headache, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and skin reactions may occur.
3. Within 24-28 hours after vaccination, local reactions such as redness, swelling, heat and pain may occur at the injection site. Sometimes the lymph nodes near the injection site may become swollen. If the local reaction is severe, apply a hot towel with a clean towel.
4． Such as severe systemic or local reactions, high fever persists, skin reactions become more severe, or there is a lack of energy, localized suppuration, etc., should go to the hospital for examination and treatment.
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