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Pediatricians recommend that hepatitis B vaccine be given early

Pediatricians recommend that hepatitis B vaccine be given early


Pediatricians recommend that hepatitis B vaccine be given early
So far, the Academy has recommended that the vaccine be administered by the first screening of the child. Now the risk of infection increases as the opiate-based drug crisis continues, as more mothers become infected with hepatitis B and transmit the virus to their children according to the guidelines set by the Academy.

"This is the first vaccine the child receives," said Dr. Flor Munoz, a co-author of the recommendation. "It is important that the newborn does not leave the maternity hospital without him. We encourage pediatricians to advise pregnant mothers about the need for their children to receive the birth dose of the hepatitis vaccine."

Hepatitis B is a viral infection, causes damage to the liver, can become chronic and leads to various problems in the liver, including fatal liver failure. The number of newborns in the United States is estimated annually at 1000mg, Although the vaccine prevents many infections.

The new recommendation recommends that the vaccine be given to all newborns who are in good medical condition and who weigh at least 4 pounds and 6 ounces at birth.
"Hepatitis B can lead to lifelong or even fatal diseases, so this vaccine is a very important safety net to protect children from serious infections at birth," said Dr. Elizabeth Barnett, co-author of the recommendation. "Many infected adults do not feel or feel sick and do not even know that they carry the virus, a contagious disease that adults can also transmit during childcare after childbirth." It is estimated that 98% of children become safe from hepatitis " B "after obtaining the three to four doses required.
According to the new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the first dose of hepatitis B vaccine should be administered to children within 24 hours of delivery.Pediatricians recommend that hepatitis B vaccine be given early
So far, the Academy has recommended that the vaccine be administered by the first screening of the child. Now the risk of infection increases as the opiate-based drug crisis continues, as more mothers become infected with hepatitis B and transmit the virus to their children according to the guidelines set by the Academy.

"This is the first vaccine the child receives," said Dr. Flor Munoz, a co-author of the recommendation. "It is important that the newborn does not leave the maternity hospital without him. We encourage pediatricians to advise pregnant mothers about the need for their children to receive the birth dose of the hepatitis vaccine."

Hepatitis B is a viral infection, causes damage to the liver, can become chronic and leads to various problems in the liver, including fatal liver failure. The number of newborns in the United States is estimated annually at 1000mg, Although the vaccine prevents many infections.

The new recommendation recommends that the vaccine be given to all newborns who are in good medical condition and who weigh at least 4 pounds and 6 ounces at birth.
"Hepatitis B can lead to lifelong or even fatal diseases, so this vaccine is a very important safety net to protect children from serious infections at birth," said Dr. Elizabeth Barnett, co-author of the recommendation. "Many infected adults do not feel or feel sick and do not even know that they carry the virus, a contagious disease that adults can also transmit during childcare after childbirth." It is estimated that 98% of children become safe from hepatitis " B "after obtaining the three to four doses required.
According to the new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the first dose of hepatitis B vaccine should be administered to children within 24 hours of delivery.

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