ALHOSNA HEALTH CARE
Haven’t all of us experienced the rashness and irritation of chickenpox once in our lifetime? Well, now we can control the illness; Chickenpox is an ailment caused by the Varicella Zoster virus. Non-immune household contacts of someone infected with chickenpox will get the disease in about almost every case.
Chickenpox is spread by contaminated respiratory tract secretions, respiratory droplets, and blister fluid. From one to two days before the rash emerges until the blisters have crusted over and no longer contain fluid,
AL Hosna Health Care provides you with safe and secure at-home vaccination services in the comfort and privacy of your home. Our medical staff is on duty 24/7 for all your medical emergencies.
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Who should not be getting a chickenpox vaccine?
Chickenpox is a frequent illness among children. It’s usually a minor condition with few consequences. After infection, nearly all children gain immunity to chickenpox, so they only get it once. Adults are more susceptible to sickness.
Chickenpox, on the other hand, puts certain people at a higher risk of catastrophic consequences. Among them are:
The varicella vaccination protects against chickenpox (varicella), a highly infectious viral infection that affects children. It also shields you from shingles. It’s a live attenuated vaccination, which means it contains a virus that’s been weakened.
Since its introduction in 1995, the vaccination has avoided millions of diseases each year. It protects practically all children who are immunized from serious diseases. It’s also great for avoiding minor illnesses. When vaccinated children have chickenpox, they usually have a mild case.
- Those who come into close touch with someone who has a compromised immune system
- Non-immune healthcare professionals
The chickenpox vaccine is a live vaccination that contains a weakened version of the chickenpox virus. The immune system is stimulated to make antibodies that help protect you from chickenpox.
Our trained medical staff will vaccinate you according to the schedule in the comfort and privacy of your own home.
The vaccination is administered in two doses, 4 to 8 weeks apart, generally into the upper arm.
Vaccinations are quite safe. Getting the vaccination is safer than getting chickenpox. The vaccination has no known negative effects on many people.
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