Schedule as per IAP Click on a name to see more details: Completed Age Vaccines Birth BCG, Hepatitis-B1, OPV 6weeks Hepatitis-B2, IPV1, DTwP1, Hib1, PCV1, Rotavirus1 10weeks IPV2, DTwP2, Hib2, PCV2, Rotavirus2 14weeks IPV3, DTwP3, Hib3, PCV3, Rotavirus3 6months Hepatitis-B, OPV 9months OPV, MMR1 9-12months TCV (Typhoid) 12months Hepatitis-A1 15months PCV Booster, MMR2, Varicella1 16-18months IPV Booster, DTwP B1/DTaP B1, Read More …
Tetanus Treatment Using Home Remedies, Yoga, And Diet – Foods to be taken: Liquid foods: Since the condition of the jaw does not allow ingestion of whole foods, it is essential to ensure that the diet plan has food in liquid form. Stimulants: A healthy diet to aid in the treatment of tetanus may include certain varieties of alcohol administered at hourly or two-hour intervals. Stimulants such as whiskey, wine, and brandy can be given to reduce convulsions and other involuntary muscle contractions. Foods rich in magnesium: It helps in relaxing the locked jaw muscles and relieves the pain and inflammation. Foods like avocados, flax seeds, corn, oatmeals, curd and pumpkin etc.
Tetanus Prevention – Vaccination (DPT).
Tetanus Symptoms – Headache, Chills, Jaw cramping, Muscle spasms, Difficulty in swallowing, Seizures, Fever and sweating. Tetanus Causes – Bacteria by the name Clostridium tetani..
Tetanus is bacterial disease characterized by prolonged contraction of skeletal muscle fibres..
Hepatitis C – Prevention – Avoid contamination, improper sex and blood transfusion, Parents should be counselled to minimise transmission.
Hepatitis C – Treatment Using Home Remedies, Yoga, And Diet – Foods to be taken: Bread, cereals, rice, pasta and noodles
, Vegetables, legumes
Hepatitis C – Symptoms – Inflammation of liver, Weight loss, Abdominal pain, Itchy skin, Jaundice, Nausea and vomiting. Hepatitis C – Causes – Caused by hepatitis C virus spread by contamination not by social contact..
Hepatitis C is the inflammation of the liver mainly caused by hepatitis C virus. It is sometimes called as hep C or HCV. This is clinically indistinguishable from hepatitis B. It may be acute or chronic.
Hepatitis B – Prevention – Vaccination (hepatitis B vaccine). Avoid contamination, improper sex and blood transfusion. Parents should be counselled to minimise transmission..