For most short-term travellers to countries where Japanese encephalitis is endemic, the risk of developing Japanese encephalitis is extremely low. However, if the following conditions exist, the risk of Japanese encephalitis will increase: 1: . JE virus vaccine has not been vaccinated at all times. 2: . Destination: Asia and Western Pacific.  .3:  . Travel time is longer,  . is greater than 1 month.  .4: .Go during the Japanese encephalitis transmission season, such as: a: In temperate climate regions (including China, Japan, South Korea, Nepal, northern Vietnam and northern India), most cases occur in the warmest climate Month period. b: . In tropical climate regions (including Cambodia, Indonesia, southern Vietnam and southern Thailand), it is the whole year. .5: . Stay in rural areas for a longer period of time, especially with more pigs and wading birds The place.  .6: . Participate in a wide range of outdoor activities.  .7: . The accommodation has no air conditioning, shelter or mosquito nets. If your situation happens to be in line with the above situation, it is recommended that you schedule the JE vaccination in advance one month before you travel.
What is attenuated JE vaccine? Live attenuated JE vaccine, English name JapaneseEncephalitisVaccine, Live. It is a light yellow loose body, which is orange-red or light pink clear liquid after reconstitution. After vaccinating this vaccine, it can stimulate the body to produce immunity against Japanese encephalitis virus. Used to prevent Japanese encephalitis. & nbsp. Components and traits of Japanese encephalitis attenuated vaccine , Sucrose protection agent freeze-dried. It is a light yellow loose body, which is orange-red or light pink clear liquid after reconstitution. & nbsp. Attenuated JE vaccines & nbsp. Healthy children over 8 months of age and children and adults entering the epidemic area from the non-epidemic area. & nbsp. Function and use of JE attenuated vaccine & nbsp. After vaccination, it can stimulate the body to produce immunity against JE virus. Used to prevent Japanese encephalitis. & nbsp. JE attenuated vaccine specifications & nbsp. 0.5ml per bottle after reconstitution. Each human dose is 0.5ml, containing live encephalitis virus no less than 5.4lgPFU. In addition, there are other specifications of vaccines. & nbsp. Immunization procedure and dosage of attenuated JE vaccine & nbsp. (1) Add JE diluent according to the indicated amount (0.5ml) and use after complete reconstitution. & nbsp. (2) Subcutaneous injection at the attachment of the lower margin of the lateral deltoid muscle of the upper arm. & nbsp. (3) The first injection of 0.5ml for 8-month-old children; 0.5ml at the age of 2 years old, and no longer immunized. & nbsp. Adverse Reactions of JE Attenuated Vaccine & nbsp. A small number of children may have transient fever reaction, generally no more than 2 days, which can be relieved by themselves. Occasional sporadic rashes usually do not require special treatment and can be treated symptomatically if necessary. & nbsp. When is the best time to attenuate the JE vaccine? According to the planned immunization procedure, the JE attenuated live vaccine will be vaccinated twice, and the infants will be vaccinated once every 8 months and 2 years old. Four doses of inactivated JE vaccine, two doses at 8 months of age, and one dose at 2 and 6 years old, respectively. & nbsp. Contraindications of attenuated JE vaccine & nbsp. (1) Fever, suffering from acute infectious diseases, otitis media, active tuberculosis, or heart, kidney and liver diseases. & nbsp. (2) Those with weak constitution, history of allergy or epilepsy. & nbsp. (3) Those with congenital immunodeficiency, those who have recently or are undergoing immunosuppressive therapy. & nbsp. (4) Women during pregnancy. & nbsp. (5) Those who are allergic to gentamicin. & nbsp. Precautions for attenuated JE vaccine & nbsp. (1) During the vaccine injection, do not allow disinfectant to contact the vaccine. & nbsp. (2) Those with unshakable lumps after reconstitution, vaccine redness before reconstitution, cracked vaccine bottle or loose bottle stopper are not allowed to use. & nbsp. (3) Use the vaccine immediately after reconstitution. & nbsp. (4) This product is a live attenuated vaccine and is not recommended for use during the epidemic season. & nbsp. * The content of this article comes from the Internet, only for sharing. If there is any infringement, please contact us to delete it ~ & nbsp. & nbsp. & nbsp.
This article applies to newborn babies. & nbsp. JE vaccines are divided into JE inactivated vaccines and JE attenuated live vaccines according to different ways of handling the virus. The JE inactivated vaccine is safer but less immunogenic than the attenuated vaccine, and the JE live attenuated vaccine is less safe but has better immunogenicity. & nbsp. Inactivated JE vaccine & nbsp. Live attenuated vaccine refers to a vaccine that retains a certain residual virulence and immunity. After being vaccinated in humans, it can cause certain infections and gain immunity. The live attenuated Japanese encephalitis vaccine is inoculated with the primary Japanese hamster kidney cells by the attenuated strain of Japanese encephalitis virus SA14-14-2. . It is a light yellow loose body, which is orange-red or light pink clear liquid after reconstitution. & nbsp. (The picture is for reference only) & nbsp. Inactivated Japanese encephalitis vaccine & nbsp. Inactivated Japanese encephalitis vaccine is a Japanese encephalitis virus inoculated in primary hamster kidney cells. . & nbsp. & nbsp. (Pictures are for reference only) vaccination time & nbsp. JE vaccination time varies according to the type of vaccination, including live attenuated JE vaccine and inactivated JE vaccine. It is: & nbsp. Live Attenuated JE Vaccine & nbsp. Healthy children over 8 months old and children and adults who entered the epidemic area from the non-epidemic area. Two doses of live attenuated JE vaccine, one dose for children 8 months and 2 years old. & nbsp. Inactivated JE vaccine & nbsp. Children from 6 months to 10 years old and children and adults who entered the affected area from the non-endemic area. Four doses of inactivated JE vaccine, two doses at 8 months of age, and one dose at 2 and 6 years old, respectively. & nbsp. & nbsp. * The content of this article comes from the Internet, only for sharing. If there is any infringement, please contact us to delete it ~