Vaccination is a barrier that every child must accept in the process of growing up. These barriers are not just like beans, but like clay. They are classified in an orderly way. When and what kind of vaccines should be vaccinated are also strictly implemented in accordance with the regulations!
Vaccines are divided into two categories: free and self paid. Guests in the free zone are also called the first category of vaccines, which mainly include hepatitis B, BCG, poliomyelitis, DPT, DPT, measles, mumps, hepatitis A, epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis, a + C, Japanese encephalitis, etc. these vaccines should be vaccinated according to age from the birth of the baby.
The bigwigs who stay in the self funded area, also known as the second type of vaccine, appear mysteriously, including chickenpox 160, Hib 86, imported 158, pneumonia vaccine 206, rotavirus 148, and influenza vaccine. The parents decide whether they need to be vaccinated.
Before vaccination, children with fever, taking medicine or other obvious symptoms of illness can not be vaccinated. They must wait until they recover.
When I write here, I think of the pain when I was a child, when the cold needle pierced into my skin, which I will never forget.
Although a little pain, but pain also has the benefits of pain, it can make our body not weak, let us not be infected by the virus, can better protect ourselves, however, how can children withstand the attack of pain? Our country also uses a good method: for the younger children, change some liquid that needs injection into a kind of sugar pill, which is sweet and can make you feel like eating. This kind of vaccination is much simpler and more effective. However, not all vaccines can do this. Most of them can only be injected. So if I am a magician or drug developer, I must turn those vaccines that can not be turned into sugar pills into sugar pills, or turn them into wind, so that as long as children are gently blown by the wind, the vaccination will be completed. How nice! After vaccination, there will be no more crying in the place!