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Contraindications and Precautions to Basic Childhood Immunizations
by RxPG - 8720 reads, based on 4 votes
GENERAL FOR ALL VACCINES [DTaP, DT, Td,IPV, MMR, Hib,Hep A, Hep B,Var, PCV] True Contraindications and Precautions • Moderate or severe acute illnesses with or without a fever• Anaphylactic reaction to a vaccine dose contraindicates further doses of that vaccine• Anaphylactic allergy to a vaccine constituent contraindicates administration of that vaccine Not True (Vaccines May Be Given) • Mild acute illness with or without a low grade fever• Mild to moderate local reaction (soreness,redness, swelling) following a prior dose of an injectable vaccine; low-grade or moderate fever following prior vaccine dose• Lack of prior physical examination in wellappearing infant or child• Current anti... More

I HATE THE NEEDLE ,MOM!!!!
by - 4778 reads, based on 2 votes
Question from AIPGE 2004A 3½ year old child has not received primary immunization. Which of the following is the best vaccination advice to such a child? 1. BCG, DPT1, OPV1, and DPT2, OPV2 after 4 weeks. 2. BCG, DT1, OPV1, measles, vitamin A. 3. BCO, DPT1, OPV1, measles, vitamin A. 4. DT1, DT2 and booster after 1 year. Read On for a brief tutorial on this contentious topic ... More

neonatal skin rashes
by pilgrim - 8314 reads, based on 5 votes
Neonatal and Infantile Common Skin Lesions Case A three week old baby come to the office with the chief complaint of an extensive rash. The child seems comfortable and is nursing well. There is no history of atopy in the family. The rash is confined primarily to the scalp, neck, and axillary areas. There are waxy scaly lesions with minimal weeping. What's your diagnosis? ... More


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