Few medical conditions are circulated by the manufacturer to avoid immediate inoculation of emergency purpose approved vaccine. A lay men can't understand the medical conditions like Allergic or some blood disorders and low immunity state etc. Complete safety and efficacy of vaccine a prime concern , vaccination with conditions are not totally safe even reaction of life threatening is not reported therefore chances of Allergic reaction is there. I am not against or in favour of any vaccine it should be a personal decision and social awareness is the key to motivate peoples in favour of vaccination. Purely my personal views.
If you have a fever, bleeding disorder, allergies, weaker immunity, or on medication, then you must not take Covaxin vaccination.The factsheet talks about the process involved and who should avoid the vaccine. There has been a series of adverse reactions reported in the past few days. The factsheet is urging people to not keep any allergies or medical conditions under wraps to their vaccination officer. Also Read - Coronavirus Vaccine Side-Effects: Don't Freak Out if You Experience These Issues in Your Body After Getting Vaccinated However, the government has said that people with immune-related conditions can also take the vaccine, but the response can be less effective. The Pharma major in the factsheet says that pregnant and breastfeeding women should not take the vaccine
What to Expect Post Vaccination? How to Deal with Adverse Effects? It is common to experience minor side effects after COVID-19 vaccination. Here’s all you need to know. In case you experience adverse side effects, contact your vaccination site immediately. Image used for representational purposes only. Get notified on latest news (Certain adverse events are an expected outcome of COVID-19 vaccination and the sites are equipped to monitor and treat people post jab, the health ministry had said.) 580 adverse events following immunisation (AEFI) were recorded in India, three days after the coronavirus vaccination drive was rolled out. Of these, seven people required hospitalisation. This translated to 0.15% of the total number of people vaccinated. While this number cited by the Centre is within the range, what should you expect after you receive COVID-19 vaccination? How should you deal with an adverse reaction? Here’s all you need to know: What happens post-vaccination? Once you are inoculated with the COVID-19 vaccine – Covaxin or Covishield – you are taken into the observation room at the site. Here, your general parameters are monitored for 30 minutes for a possible Adverse Event Following Immunisation (AEFI) before you are allowed to leave the site of vaccination. What is adverse event following immunisation (AEFI)? An adverse event following immunisation (AEFI) is any untoward medical occurrence, which follows immunisation, and which does not necessarily have a causal relationship with the usage of the vaccine, explains the guidelines released by the Ministry of Health. The adverse event may be any unfavourable or unintended disease, symptom, sign or abnormal laboratory finding, the advisory added. Also ReadWhy Do I Need to Sign Consent Form for Covaxin But Not Covishield? What symptoms are classified AEFI? Minor AEFI: Common and self limiting reactions, for example, pain, swelling at site of injection, fever, irritability, tiredness, dizziness, and nausea. Severe AEFI: Can be disabling and rarely life threatening. These do not lead to long-term problems. Eg: High fever (>102 degree F), anaphylaxis (allergic reaction). Serious AEFI: Those reactions that requires inpatient hospitalisation, causes significant disability So, what are the side-effects expected for Covaxin and Covishield? For Covishield, the fact sheet says some mild adverse events can happen following immunisation: Injection site tenderness, injection site pain, headache, fatigue, myalgia (muscle pain), discomfort, pyrexia (an abnormal elevation of body temperature), chills, and nausea. In such cases, a paracetamol can be given, the advisory adds. It also says “very rare events of demyelinating disorders” have been reported following vaccination with Covishield, “without the causal relationship establishment.” Demyelinating disorders refer to any condition that results in damage to the protective covering (myelin sheath) that surrounds nerve fibers in your brain, optic nerves and spinal cord, according to Mayo Clinic. They can result in neurological problems. According to the Centre’s fact sheet, these are the common adverse events after administering Covaxin. Injection site pain Fatigue Fever Headache Body ache Nausea Abdominal pain Dizziness Sweating Cold Cough Bharat Biotech has claimed that no serious adverse event has been reported in Phase 1 and 2. Are there certain people who should not take Covaxin? Bharat Biotech's fact sheet says those with a history of allergies, who have fever, those who have a bleeding disorder or are on a blood thinner, those pregnant or breastfeeding, and those with any other serious health-related issues must not be injected with Covaxin. Also ReadCOVID Vaccine: What’s Trypanophobia? Why Do Some Fear Injections? What happens if I develop adverse symptoms at the site of vaccination? Beneficiaries should be observed at the session site for at least 30 minutes post-vaccination to detect, manage and treat immediate adverse reaction. All vaccinators and supervisors at the vaccination site will be those who are trained to provide primary treatment of all AEFIs. If needed, cases should be immediately referred to the nearest hospital/other health facility and reported to the appropriate authorities. As of now, vaccination is happening in hospital sites equipped to handle adverse events. Adequate transportation should be available to transfer persons with serious adverse reactions. Is everyone who is vaccinated in India experiencing side effects? Not at all. However, it is common to experience some minor side effects. The Centre on Monday said that 580 recipients across India suffered AEFI over the first three days of the COVID-19 vaccination drive, seven required hospitalisation. A 46-year-old ward boy at a district hospital in UP’s Moradabad died a day after he had received a jab of Covishield on 16 January. After getting vaccinated, he developed breathlessness and uneasiness, especially in the chest, read the report. However, the the post-mortem report revealed the immediate cause of death as “cardiogenic shock/septicemic shock” due to “cardio-pulmonary disease.” Also ReadWatch: Are Covishield & Covaxin Vaccines Safe? Virologist Answers Are there any specific precautions I should take? The government has not released guidelines for post-vaccine precautions. While some people may feel fit enough to continue with their day regularly, others may feel the need to take a lighter day. Do consult your physician regarding this. However, it is important to note that you have to continue to wear masks even after getting vaccinated. What should I do if I develop adverse effects a couple of days later? In this case, you have to call your vaccination site immediately You can also call the COVID-19 helpline – 1075 Will you be given the second jab if you develop adverse effects after the first one? You will be given the second jab if you develop minor adverse effects. However, if someone develops serious adverse effects, then the second jab will not be given, the government has said in the guidelines released a day before vaccination.
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This is interesting but covaxin is 3rd trial is unknown yet so questions is arises how it is effective in human body or in virus so in my knowledge it tempermented both govt and bharat biotech but no doubt it will blessing in human body but for the competition and acknowledgement. Now the time arises to see what happened in future.
Nice post thanks curofy this is the third phase trial ?
Interesting Thank you CRI
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