Saturday, November 11, 2017

HEMOPHILUS INFLUENZA Type-B.. Inflammation of the brain, mouth, throat, bloody infection (septicemia) and pneumonia

Hemophilus influenzae or hemophilus type B is a bacterium that causes many diseases in children under the age of three years, especially since the immune system in this age group is not qualified to combat these bacteria. The most important diseases that occur after hemophilia are inflammation of the brain, inflammation of the tongue of the pimple in the throat, inflammation of the blood infection (sepsis), and pneumonia. The infection is transmitted from person to person through the breath and cough. This vaccine is given in conjunction with the triple vaccine and polio.