Saturday, November 11, 2017

Cases in which the typhoid vaccine is not given. Antibiotics or immunosuppressive drugs such as cortisone and immunosuppression

Cases where the vaccine is not given:
Sensitivity of one vaccine component to type 1. The second type is a vaccine for weakened bacteria that should not be used in children who take antibiotics for less than 24 hours of the vaccine, as well as people with immunodeficiency, cancer or children taking immunosuppressive drugs such as cortisone.