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Non-compulsory protections


The vaccination rate in Hungary is very good, thanks to the mandatory vaccinations. The most common or very serious diseases require vaccination, but there are vaccines that are not recommended.

Non-compulsory protections

From time to time it is necessary to expand the scope of compulsory vaccinations. During the past period, experts in the introduction of varicella and meningococcal vaccine have been urged. By late 2019, it will be compulsory and free against varicella vaccine. There are a number of diseases that occur only in certain countries, continents or climates, for specific situations or in the workplace. There are also diseases that do not yet have vaccines.

Flu

As the flu season in our country usually falls in January, it is customary to vaccinate it by the end of October. It takes 2 weeks for the protection to develop. Elderly people aged 60 and over, asthma, people with diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and pregnant women are eligible for free health care. In 2017, free vaccines are also available for those who come in contact with refugees due to their work, or who work in the social or health sphere. two thousand forints are paid for the vaccine.The vaccination should be repeated every year.It is not possible to give the vaccine until six months of age, vaccines can be given specifically to Influenza can be dangerous because it can take years to years to change. The disease can be caused by inflammation of the face, bronchitis and pneumonia.

HPV

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most sexually transmitted virus that can cause disease in the mouth or pharynx and on the genital tract, including in the eye, in the male and in the female. The most common, most serious problem is women with cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is the second most common malignancy and is the third most common cause of cancer in the world. It is worth giving the vaccine before you start having sex. Vaccination against HPV can be given as early as 9 to 10 years of age. According to experts, it would be worthwhile for men to be vaccinated. Seven-year-olds in our country can get the vaccine for free if their parents are under 15. The second vaccine is usually given 6-12 months after the first. From the age of 15 onwards, the vaccination schedule may be different. In our home, two vaccines are on the market; 20,000 forints. HPV vaccines provide protection against 93% to 100% of HPV stocks.

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Varicella, also known as varicella drip, is a viral disease that causes itchy, red blisters at first. In some cases, the disease is a mild disease, but even in those with an immune system, it can have a serious condition: the disease can have an incidence of ca. 10 percent considered severe. He almost everyone knows that the fetus kismamбk йs egйszsйgйt veszйlyezteti.A bбrбnyhimlх szцvхdmйnyei be nervous sъlyos йs lйgъti tьnetek, mбjelйgtelensйg, tьdхgyulladбs, agyvelхgyulladбs, йs bonyolulttб which makes bбrбnyhimlх megнtйlйsйt to megjуsolhatatlan teljessйggel to whom will veszйlyes.Magyarorszбgon 1998 уta lйtezik Vaccination against varicella The WHO recommends that vaccination against varicella be mandatory, as is the case in Hungary, as is the case with the Association of Home Pediatricians. As of autumn 2019, vaccination against varicella will be mandatory and free. Vaccination against varicella will significantly reduce the risk of infection or provide a much less severe disease with no disease.

Meningococcal

Clinically, meningococcal disease can be manifested in two forms, one of which is cerebral inflammation and the other is hemorrhage (sepsis). Bleeding can occur under the skin and can quickly lead to death. The disease is extremely rapid, serious, and often fatal.The disease is caused by menigococcus B disease in three quarters of the cases, and C and B bacteria are not affected by the disease, but B , so vaccination can reach up to 120,000 forints.The infection is predominantly of two age groups: two thirds of patients are infants or toddlers, and a significant number of patients in the age group of 16-20 years, ie adolescents and young people. The former group protects against vaccination against the C-strain free of charge for the age group 0-2 years (other age groups may still receive the vaccine at a reasonable cost). It is possible to immunize against meningococci 2-3 months later.
The two different vaccines can be administered at the same time or with any compulsory vaccination. Generally, it is worth repotting every 5 years.

Rotavнrus

Rotavirus is an infectious mercury, a waterborne diarrhea, a disease causing vomiting, especially in infants less than one year of age. treatment may also be required. Pediatricians emphasize that this disease should not be overlooked, as about two thousand children are hospitalized every year for rotavirus infections, with more than 60 even three doses less than 4 weeks. Unlike most vaccines, the administration of a rotavirus vaccine has not only a low but also an upper age limit that must be observed. Two doses of vaccine should be discontinued before the age of 24 weeks and should not be given to older people.

Tick-borne encephalitis

Ticks can cause two types of disease: Lyme disease and tick encephalitis: viral encephalitis and cancers. is the only way to prevent serious consequences. Two vaccines are currently available in our country and both are paid for. The basic immunization consists of 3 vaccines. Vaccine 2 should be given 1-3 months after the first vaccine, and vaccine 3 9-12 months after the first vaccination. These vaccines are not protected against Lyme disease and are not yet known to Lyme vaccine.

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis A virus is a major cause of infectious hepatitis in Hungary. In our country, 500-700 cases are reported each year. The symptoms of hepatitis A are fever, loss of appetite, and yellowing. There is no more specific treatment for the disease, and it usually heals by itself. Protection against infection after vaccine administration is approx. It develops in 10 days. 4 weeks after the first vaccination, a booster vaccination is worth giving. In this case, the resulting protection provides 100% protection for up to 15 years. The 2-dose vaccine can be given from the age of oneRelated articles: