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"Influenza" is forbidden to allergists

"Influenza" is forbidden to allergists


The season when the flu will break out is approaching. That is why doctors recommend that the flu vaccine be made by the end of this month at the latest.

The season when the flu will break out is approaching. That is why doctors recommend that the flu vaccine be made by the end of this month at the latest.
Except for the chronically ill, who receive a free vaccine, the rest of the population must buy it. Doctors say that over 95% of those who get the flu shot can be sure they won't get the flu.
It is distributed free of charge to chronic patients
What categories of people receive the vaccine for free, but who is not allowed to do so I learned from the doctor Adrian Streinu Cercel, the director of the Institute of Infectious Diseases "Matei Bals". According to him, the flu vaccine is distributed free of charge only to those suffering from chronic diseases (chronic lung diseases, chronic cardiovascular disease, chronic hepatitis, diabetes, HIV-AIDS infections, etc.).

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To get the vaccine, you must contact your family doctor. Otherwise, everyone pays for the flu vaccine, which can be purchased from pharmacies. After you buy it, go with your family doctor, who injects it for free. In children, half the dose, or the amount recommended by the pediatrician, is given.
The vaccine is contraindicated in infants between 0 and 6 months of age. Nor are people allergic to eggs allowed to get their vaccine. "It contains a series of proteins from the egg structure and the allergic person can make anaphylactic shock," explained Dr. Adrian Streinu Cercel.
Read the whole article in: Freedom
November 8, 2006