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These diseases can be prevented by compulsory vaccinations

Few people know that before vaccinations were introduced, 6 out of 10 children died from some form of infectious disease. Dangerous diseases have been suppressed by vaccines but have not completely disappeared - in some places, drugs still occur.

What are the diseases that are required for compulsory vaccination?

The immune system of newborns and babies is still very underdeveloped, so most infectious diseases can have a more serious course, even with a fatal outcome. Before, a six out of ten children died of an infectious childhood disease before vaccinations were introduced, to immunize them, every country has perfected its own vaccine routine. Due to the effectiveness of vaccinations, the improvement of hospital care and the changed state of hygiene in the population, these diseases, which were feared in the past, not only cause mortality but also appear to be minimal. They have not disappeared completely, and there are still cases in the underdeveloped countries and in countries with more permissive protection systems.

Diseases that children are vaccinated against

- TB: One of the most fatal infectious diseases, Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacterium. The disease typically begins in the lungs in the form of an inflammation, but can essentially extend to the entire body. Because it spreads through a drip infection, anyone who has not been adequately protected during a vaccination or healing event may receive it.- Torokgyнk: The throat (diphtheria) of bacterial origin, some fatal disease. Kourrose, a Corynebacterium diphtheriae causes inflammation and has a blistering of the epidermis on the tonsils. If this develops, it may cause choking. As a result, the bacterium produces testicular material that is absorbed from the site of infection and causes inflammation of distant organs (heart, nervous system, kidney, liver). It spreads with drip infection.- Szamбrkцhцgйs: Highly infectious disease, spreading by drip infection, characterized by coughing in seizures, characterized by bleeding for weeks. Its life-threatening events occur mainly in infancy and toddlerhood, causing the disease to spontaneously heal. Because vaccination is compulsory in Hungary, it is not one of the common infectious diseases.- It is a valid child molestation: THE poliomyelitis-szindrуma a characteristic symptom-induced syndrome in which spinal cord neurons are killed. In the past, childhood polio (Heine-Medin's disease) was one of the most dreaded comorbidities. Due to the introduction of compulsory vaccinations, this infection rate is not occurring in Europe today. It can cause infections mainly through the faeces, but also through direct contact, contamination of contaminated food, objects, and sewage, as well as by drip infection.- Tetanus: Strong muscular, stiff bйnulбs, which is fatal when untreated. Caused by a Clostridium tetani a bacterium that can be found everywhere in the earth, from where it reaches the human body through stained blood. Newborn babies are most a Transplantation of a cord with a non-sterile device may result in infection, because in developing countries, because of the lack of maternal protection, these babies do not receive maternal immunity. In our country, vaccination is very rare due to vaccination.- Kanyarу: A globally widespread, highly contagious infectious disease, typically characterized by a feverish, catarrhal introductory phase and a subsequent acute phase Mumps: Previously, it was one of the most common infectious diseases in Hungary. Since the introduction of mandatory protection, it has almost completely disappeared. It spreads with drip infection, latency is 18-21 days. After the disease is over, the child receives a life-threatening protection.- rubella: A mild exacerbation of the disease with rubella. If you are pregnant and have not had any rubbing, infections during the early stages of pregnancy cause severe fetal damage. It spreads with drip infection, direct contact, and has a latency of 14-21 days. The infectious disease of a rubella child begins five days prior to the appearance of rashes and lasts only five days after the appearance of rashes. The introduction of vaccination (MMR) has since become a very rare form of infection.


- TB: In many cases, they are asymptomatic, but if symptoms occur, they are mainly inflammatory - cough, back pain, chest pain. which quickly form adherent, sticky sheets. Sheets can be shed in six to eight days, sometimes spreading.- Diarrhea: Usually occurs in three stages. The first phase lasts for one to two weeks and is characterized by catarrhal symptoms, mainly with nighttime cough. Then, with the onset of symptoms, the second stage develops, which is the presence of about seven to seven weeks of seizures, a mild cough, a loud, stagnant, whiffling start. In young, unvaccinated babies, respiratory arrest, respiratory arrest may occur. With the gradual elimination of symptoms, the third phase, the recovery period of two to three weeks, follows. - Valid Child Abuse: Great Britain is asymptomatic. During the first phase of the disease, mild cataract symptoms with headache occur within one to three days. If the clinical symptoms do not disappear, the pre-sinus period will develop after two to three days of morbidity. Fever, headache, vomiting, pain in the spine, weakness or restlessness all indicate touch of the brain. As the disease progresses, the sores appear - these are the muscles of the lower limbs that are closer to the lumbar spine, and the process may progress for a few days, including the sphincter muscles. Once the disease is complete, the lesions can often heal because they are depressed during inflammation, but the surviving nerve cells recover from the inflammatory process. If all of the nerve cells that support a muscle group are dead, the vomiting will remain.- Tetanus: Initially, there are no symptoms, lethargy, fatigue, minor muscle aches, sprains. This is followed by double vision and stiffness of the neck muscles due to the touch of the nerve-moving nerves. Muscle spikes from the top down to the back muscles, the abdominal muscles and the limbs. It finally reaches the thoracic and rib muscles, then the muscles of the pubic muscles and diaphragm are in a state of rigid spine. Cervical spine, diaphragm and spinal muscles cause death.- Bend: After a latent period of nine to eleven days, the throat, pharynx will become red, followed by high fever, cough, hoarseness, hoarseness. The sick child is distracted by light, has a poor state of health and seems to be suffering from a major illness. After this time, very characteristic mucous membrane symptoms appear, with a large patch on the mouth and the pharynx, and at the height of the tooth, the palate is found to be whitish, whitish. On the 14th day, the skin above the ears, and then on the face, appear to have lenticular, button-headed, red tones, which are slightly prominent in the swollen skin. Two to three days down, they cover the whole body. The skin change does not itch, it disappears at the touch of a finger, every four days it turns brownish and then disappears. The fever is high in the period of expiration and usually disappears suddenly with fading.- Mumps: The most common symptom is pain and swelling around the ears. The thyroid gland and then the other thyroid glands will become swollen, painful and spontaneous. The swelling is well visible, and the diseased child's face is typically full, spherical. The fever is mostly not high, but headaches, throat and weakness can also occur. It is a malignant disease that usually occurs spontaneously within two weeks, but rarely can occur. The protrusions are small pinkish spots, appear first on the face, and spread rapidly to the body and limbs. They may collapse on the stock market, but most often disappear completely by the end of the third day.

Diagnosis, treatment

- Tbc: Fkknt in childhood, lungs, under the pleura can be recognized by simple chest x-ray examination. In addition, the bacterium can be detected in the urine through cultivation (this takes a very long time). In special cases, a quick test may be performed. There are special antibiotics for treating TB. Beginning forms heal well, the earlier the treatment begins, the better the healing tendency and the shorter the medication. - Throat: Diagnosis is based on a laboratory examination of the child's throat. Because the disease is very fast, it is suspected that, without any evaluation of the result, treatment with either blood neutralization or antibiotics will begin treatment. - Diarrhea: Due to the typical cognitive attacks. The presence of the rodent can be confirmed by a microbiological method. In the early stages of the disease, infection can be confirmed by a blood antibody test. Effective antibiotics are available against mumps, but it only prevents the spread of the disease.- Normal childhood polio: In the case of suspicion, the patient may have a throat and a polio pattern. There is no effective treatment against the virus, which is why vaccination is crucial. Its treatment involves complementary therapy, which requires complex musculoskeletal rehabilitation and, in the case of paralysis of the respiratory muscles, chronic obstruction of the musculoskeletal system. Tetanus: Since there is no cure for the germicidal bacterial substance, the goal of the treatment is to kill the bacteria, prevent muscle relaxation and maintain vital and other vital functions.-Turn: No effect. If there are no events, the symptoms can be alleviated by flushing and cough suppression, with plenty of fluids and relaxation. Mumps: Examination of the pancreatic lymph nodes, recognition of characteristic symptoms is usually sufficient for the diagnosis of the disease, but an accurate diagnosis is necessary. There is no specific medicine, the choice of cold and warm compresses to relieve inflammation and pain is fun. Pain and inflammation relievers, but fever suppressants reduce the discomfort, but the majority of patients self-heal.- Rubella: It is not possible to make a diagnosis based on the symptoms alone. The onset of atypical symptoms is common, and there is also the difficulty that allergic exacerbations resemble rubella. A reliable diagnosis can be made and established with the help of viral laboratory techniques, and rapid diagnosis is particularly important if the disease is present in women or in the environment. The cases are mostly mild in nature and do not require any specific treatment.

So you can prevent it

Your child will receive compulsory protection against the diseases listed above, and your pediatrician will inform you of the current vaccination schedule.

Don't get involved in an anti-vaccine campaign!

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