Why the whole family should get vaccinated
If ever there was a year to return priority number one prevention of colds. Here we present everything you need to know about the two types of flu vaccines that children should receive this year. Experts believe that this virus will be no less dangerous this year. More than 270 children died of flu last year three times in a typical flu season according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Pregnant women are also at high risk although they represent only 1 percent of the population, they account for 5 percent of H1N1 deaths.
Pregnant women who contract this virus are also at increased risk of fetal distress, preterm birth, and emergency cesareans. CDC has expanded the recommendation of annual vaccination against influenza and have included everyone over 6 months of age. Yes, I mean, even if you had the seasonal flu and you received the H1N1 injection last year because your immunity decreases over time and this year’s vaccine includes a new strain. If you are pregnant no matter what quarter you are. So far the vaccine has been recommended only to children under 18, over 49 and people at special risk for a condition and their caregivers.
Influenza can lead to severe pneumonia
Public Health officials are concerned about the growing number of children with flu also develops pneumonia caused by bacteria antibiotic-resistant and known as Staphylococcus aurous resistant to MRSA. A virus causes influenza and the vaccine has no effects on bacteria but getting the flu makes some children more susceptible to those life-threatening bacteria.
Vaccinate as soon as possible, because the flu usually takes hold as the temperature drops. Carrie Byington, MD, a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Committee on Infectious Diseases, says in my family, we always try to get vaccinated before Halloween.”
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