Question and Answer on Vaccination

1. Is there any difference between free vaccines and imported charged vaccines in what? There may be differences and cannot be generalized. The factory standard of some domestic vaccines will be higher than the national standard, while some imported vaccines may just meet the national standard. However, both imported vaccines and domestic vaccines have to pass the quality inspection of the national drug control department before they are put on the market, so the quality can meet the standards and their effectiveness and safety are guaranteed. 2. Will rabies vaccination affect sperm motility? As far as the existing research is concerned, it has not been found that rabies vaccination will affect sperm motility. 3. Living in Hong Kong, the baby Read More …

Is chronic rhinitis really not cured?

Nose is a very important structure for human body. It is the [entrance of expressway] for air flow to enter human body. If there is an obstacle at this entrance and air flow cannot enter, the patient will feel poor breathing. At the same time, it is also a [heating humidifier] for air flow to enter the human body. Only when the nasal cavity function is normal can we enjoy air with a humidity of 95% and a temperature similar to 36.5 degrees, and the throat and lungs will feel comfortable. It will also serve as a [purifier] for airflow to enter the human body. Under such severe smog today, the nasal cavity strives to filter dust in the air Read More …

How do I dial 120?

Do you need to call 120 when you are in what? For trauma, coma, epilepsy, food poisoning, foreign body sticking to throat, convulsion lasting for a long time, parents should call 120 as soon as possible, and the earlier the rescue is, the better. If the illness is not very urgent, you can choose to take your child and go to the hospital on your own. How do I speak to 120 operator? Calm down and explain the content clearly to the operator: 1. Detailed illness The baby’s age, sex, current situation-for example, what in what caused what, how long it lasted, and the rescue measures taken. 2. Location Give the addresses of several buildings and units in a certain Read More …

The child was stung by bees, what should I do?

What should I do? Step 1: Cleaning Wash the stung parts of the child with soapy water. Step 2 Take out the poison needle If the bee’s poison sticks into the child’s skin, you can try to remove the poison needle. Step 3: Ice Apply ice cubes to the stung bite to relieve pain and swelling. Step 4: Medication If the child’s pain is unbearable, he can also take painkillers. If your child is itchy, you can take antiallergic drugs. But please pay attention to see if the medicine can be used for young children. 5. Watch closely Generally speaking, the bite of bees will only cause local skin discomfort, but it may also lead to serious allergic reactions in Read More …

The child was bitten by a snake, what should I do?

What should I do? Step 1 Soothe your emotions Calm the child, keep the child calm, irritability and exercise make the toxin spread faster, and at the same time let him sit down or lie down, keeping the wound lower than the heart. Step 2 Bind up the wound Bind a wide cloth strip or elastic bandage about 5 cm above the wound to prevent venom from spreading. For example, if the foot is bitten, it should be 5 cm away from the wound on the lower leg. The bandaging need not be too tight, it is advisable to stretch into one finger with force, leaving a slipknot. Step 3: Clean up the wound If conditions permit, the wound can Read More …

The child was bitten by a dog, what should I do?

What should I do? Step 1 Clean the wound Rinse thoroughly with soapy water and flowing clear water for at least 15 minutes, then wash the wound with clear water or normal saline (0.9% sodium chloride solution). Step 2 Disinfect the wound After cleaning, dip the wound dry with clean cotton balls and disinfect it with iodophor or alcohol. 3. Vaccination against rabies After being bitten by a dog, there is a certain chance of infection with rabies virus, so after simple treatment, you should go to the hospital in time for rabies vaccination. If rabies vaccine has not been injected recently, the whole process of vaccination should be carried out according to the prescribed procedures (four or five needles, Read More …

The child was bitten by a cat, what should I do?

What should I do? Step 1 Clean the wound Rinse thoroughly with soapy water and flowing clear water for at least 15 minutes, then wash the wound with clear water or normal saline (0.9% sodium chloride solution). Step 2 Disinfect the wound After cleaning, dip the wound dry with clean cotton balls and disinfect it with iodophor or alcohol. 3. Vaccination against rabies After being bitten by a cat, there is a certain chance of infection with rabies virus, so after simple treatment, you should go to the hospital in time for rabies vaccination. If rabies vaccine has not been injected recently, the whole process of vaccination should be carried out according to the prescribed procedures (four or five needles, Read More …

The child was stung by jellyfish (jellyfish), what should I do?

What should I do? Cases of death caused by jellyfish stings are not uncommon, and parents must pay enough attention to them. Step 1 Leave the danger zone Quickly take the child out of the area where jellyfish exists to avoid being stung again. Step 2 Remove tentacles Use tweezers, sticks or gloves to remove tentacles from the stung area of the child. Do not directly touch the tentacles or stung area with your hands. Step 3: Soak or rinse It is absolutely forbidden to rinse before tentacles are removed. After removal, soak or rinse the wound with seawater or vinegar for 15-30 minutes, which can inhibit the activated prickle bursa from releasing toxins. There are reports in China that Read More …

The child was bitten by a rabbit, what should I do?

What about rabbit bites? Step 1 Clean the wound Wash the wound alternately with soapy water and flowing clear water for 15 minutes, then wash the wound with clear water or normal saline, dry it with cotton balls, and then dip cotton swabs in iodophor or iodophor cotton swabs for disinfection. If the wound is deep and tetanus infection is suspected, hydrogen peroxide is recommended for disinfection. 2. Send to hospital After cleaning, the child should be taken to the hospital, and the doctor should do further wound treatment before deciding whether tetanus vaccine is needed according to the situation. Common Mistakes about Rabbit Bite Tetanus must be beaten when bitten by rabbits-not necessarily Whether tetanus vaccine needs to be Read More …

What should children do if they eat or choke on foreign bodies and cannot breathe?

What should I do? Step 1 Call 120 now When the child chokes and cannot breathe, he should call 120 while preparing for rescue. 2. Heimlick first aid method (1) Children over the age of 1 When the child is choked by a foreign body and cannot speak, one of the following methods can be adopted. The rescuer knelt behind the child, hugged the child’s abdomen from behind, wrapped his arms around his waist and abdomen, clenched his fist with one hand, and pressed his fist heart inward against the child’s abdomen. Press the other hand on top of your fist, and press your hands in and out with great force. Repeat until the obstruction spits out. Let the child Read More …