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Vaccination is a significant procedure to protect us from harmful diseases. At Shen Hospitals we offer affordable nursing and expert services, the varied vaccines list available with us is as mentioned here:
Hepatitis B Vaccination
It is a three shot series vaccine to protect us against hepatitis B virus that can lead to liver cancer, cirrhosis, and consequent death. Hepatitis B is more infectious than HIV, and once you are infected then, there is no particular treatment available for this disease as whatever medication your intake does not work effectively on everyone. So, it is advisory to get one self, and their loved one’s immunized to protect from this infectious disease.
This protects the people from various infections which are caused by the contagious disease, influenza virus, and it is better to be protected against this disease once you are infected. Although the virus is curable and it is not administered to people who are under 18 years of age or allergic to eggs and gelatine.
Cervical Cancer Vaccination
Cervical Cancer Vaccination is also known as HPV vaccination that protects women from the human papillomavirus and a sexually transmitted infection. The cervical cancer is curable, but it does kill thousands of women. The survival rate depends on early detection, and the stage of the cancer.
Typhoid vaccination protects people from ‘Salmonella Typhi’ which is a deadly virus that leads to the highly infectious disease Typhoid that can cause fatigue, high fever, weakness, headache, stomach pains, loss of appetite and rash.
Pneumonia or Pneumococcal vaccination protects against the bacteria named, ‘Streptococcus pneumonia’ bacterium, and it leads to pneumonia, sepsis, and meningitis. All children who are younger than 2 years of age should mandatorily get 4 doses of the Pneumonia Conjugate (PC13) vaccine. Also, it is recommended for adults up to 64 years of age as it can be lethal for both kids and adults.
Chicken Pox Vaccination
Chickenpox is caused by varicella zoster virus. The rashes of the skin include the small, itchy blisters with a mild fever or headache are its symptoms and chickenpox can always be cured but there are always exceptions as the disease can be a lethal in babies, pregnant women, and adolescents with weakened immune system