The Effect Of Intermittent Immunization And Puyer Drugs One Month Ago In Infants Aged 5 Months?
good evening .. I want to ask you about my sister’s case, where she was 5 months 15 days died due to seizures continuously for a whole day (hr Wednesday Wednesday Feb 13). Beginning of Dpt Immunization 3 on 12 February at the nearest midwife. Before immunization, this child is in good health, not sick. However, the midwife advised that this child should take the Drained Drug (Puyer Medicine) given a month ago during D2 Immunization (January 15, 2019) one hour before departing Dpt immunization 3. Now my question: 1. From Immunization 2 to 3 May, the distance / time period is still less than 3 days from the minimum immunization distance stated in the Guidebook, which is 4 Weeks. Does this cause a reaction in the body because there are still effects of previous immunizations? 2. Does the use of Puyer medicine that has been crushed 1 month ago does not cause a reaction to the stomach? Because I heard Dr. the hospital nurse where he was treated said he had his stomach damaged when he died … Thank you in advance …
Hello, Ledyana Syafidah. Thank you for the questions submitted to HealthReplies.com We can understand the concern you feel.
Basic immunization Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTP) is given 3 times; at ages 2, 3 and 4 months (if it is a DTPw vaccine or in combination with another vaccine). Meanwhile, booster immunizations are given at the age of 18 months (along with polio), 5 years, 10-12 years, and 18 years. What is meant by the age of 2 months in this recommendation means the age of 2 months (60 days) to 2 months 29 days (89 days). Basically, the recommended age for administering the vaccine is arranged according to the best time to obtain optimal benefits from each vaccine. The timing of immunization should be in accordance with the recommended age so that the protection benefits obtained from immunization can be optimal.
Meanwhile, is there information about the contents of the puyer medicine in question? In general, it is not recommended to use puyer medicines that have been stored for a long time.
Regarding the relationship between drug use and the patient's clinical condition, we have limitations in providing answers because only doctors who deal with patients directly understand the patient's history and treatment history. We recommend that you consult directly with the doctor or pediatrician who is treating the patient to obtain an accurate explanation of the individual patient's condition.
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