With the baby’s birth, the mother will try her best to provide as much health care as possible. Vaccination is the most important and powerful way to protect the baby’s health. Children’s vaccination costs only a little, which can avoid parents from going to the hospital frequently in the future, and also reduce the economic burden on families and society.
- Timely vaccination can improve immunity.
Compared with adults, newborn babies need more vaccine care. Because the baby’s immune system is not yet developed, the body is very vulnerable to viruses or bacteria and other pathogenic microorganisms. Before the age of one, nothing is more important in the life of a lovely baby than immunoprophylaxis. Vaccination is to introduce bacteria or viruses into the human body in a harmless form after proper treatment. These foreign substances will cause the immune system of the human body to produce an immune response, thus producing protective immunoglobulins and immune active cells that can kill bacteria, and the baby will have the ability to resist the virus or bacteria. When bacteria or viruses enter the human body, the immune system can recognize them and produce a stronger and faster immune response, which is stronger than the human body that has never received the vaccine, so as to protect the baby from certain diseases.
Vaccination is the most scientific, effective and economic measure to prevent, control and even eliminate infectious diseases. Especially in the epidemic season of infectious diseases, vaccinating babies is the most effective and economical way to improve their resistance to diseases.
- Comprehensive vaccination provides the most perfect care.
Since the baby is born, it will be vaccinated a lot. Different vaccines can prevent different diseases. In order to take full care of the baby’s health, mothers should give the baby timely and standardized vaccination.
- Vaccinate according to the procedure to support the health.
Different vaccines have different immune procedures, which are based on clinical trials and many years of scientific practice. For example, the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine should be inoculated once a month when three to five months, and a strengthening needle should be inoculated between one year old and one year old plus three months, so as to make the child’s body produce enough immunity. As the baby grows up, the immunity gained by vaccination in the body will gradually decrease. Therefore, some vaccines need to be immunized again.
When vaccinating their babies, mothers must strictly follow the rules. From birth to one year old, the baby should be vaccinated almost every month. At the same time, it must be vaccinated in strict accordance with the age of the baby. Only in strict accordance with the provisions of vaccination on a monthly basis, can we ensure that the vaccination can really play a role and really support the safety umbrella for the baby’s health.
- What problems should be paid attention to before and after vaccinating the baby?
We must carefully observe the child’s physical condition, and introduce the child’s health condition to the doctor before vaccination. Only after the doctor checks that there is no “contraindication” for vaccination can the vaccination be carried out. After vaccination, observe in the vaccination unit for 30 minutes, and leave after no discomfort. It is not suitable to feed hot food or milk for half an hour before and after taking live attenuated polio vaccine. A small number of children will have low fever or local swelling, pain, itching in a few hours after vaccination, which will disappear in a few days. Some vaccines will appear induration after vaccination, we can use a hot compress to accelerate dissipation (use clean towel of appropriate temperature, 3-5 times a day, 15-20 minutes each time). 3-4 weeks after BCG vaccination, there will be red swelling at the inoculation site, gradually forming a small pustule, and it will break up by itself, and some secretion will flow out. Later, the broken area will form a scab and fall off by itself, leaving a scar, which is the normal reaction after BCG vaccination. A few children may have allergic reactions such as high fever swelling, fever, tenderness, systemic rash and other conditions after vaccination. We should consult the doctor in time and take corresponding measures.