Immunisation Update. By Sindy Lee & Eva Wong 27 th March 2003. Case 1. Mr and Mrs Chan bring their 2 month old daughter, Siu-yee for her first immunisation. They say that they have received a reminder letter from the government and ask what their child what their child requires. Question 1.
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By Sindy Lee & Eva Wong
27th March 2003
Live or inactivated ?
Hep B surface anitigen
D&T toxoid, killed P organism
Haemophilus influenzae type B
Family history of convulsion or epilepsy
History of anaphylactic reaction
Neurological conditions, such as cerebral palsy and Down’s syndrome
Those on immunosuppressive agents eg. steroids
Asthma. ezema, hay fever, rash to egg protein to receive MMR
Those on antibiotic or inhaled steroid
Child is being breastfeed
Under a certain weight
Chronic illness eg. congenital heart diseaseAre they contraindication for vaccination?
Intradermal, papule will appear 2-6 weeks then discharge
Protect against disseminated disease and TB meningitis in particular 80%
About 50% protection against pulmonary TB
How long did the faecal excretion of OPV last?
What happen if the child vomit after ingestion of OPV?
Repeat if vomiting within 10 minutes. If not retained, repeat 4 weeks later.
Oral polio vaccine VS inactivated polio vaccine
Meningococcal, pneunococcal and hemophilus influenza type B