The information about the swine flu – vaccination are contradictory, because international food control. Independent information is important for a decision for or against vaccination. Comments on the vaccination against the first wave of swine flu swine flu is over. A second threatens in the next few months? After the slow start of vaccination against swine flu (influenza A/H1N1) in Germany, the virus warn politicians and experts before that, the danger to be underestimated disease. Given these forecasts, it intends to increase vaccination willingness in Germany.
To determine a low willingness to vaccinate themselves is generally. This also applies for doctors, nursing staff, and the rest of the population, where the vaccination rate of the latter experience has shown that low is. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommended already mid-2009 to vaccinate mainly medical personnel to maintain the functioning of the health system. Cancer research may not feel the same. At the same time, it was left to the national authorities, certain groups to be vaccinated as a priority. These include children and young people, and persons under the age of 50 who have a lower natural immunity against the H1N1 virus. Also pregnant, elderly, people with chronic diseases of the respiratory system or people who are overweight. Recommendations of the Standing Committee of vaccination stating that all citizens against swine flu vaccination should be.
In this regard, the Robert-Koch Institute announced that vaccination is sufficient. It is similar to past influenza pandemics of several waves. In Germany, health authorities and doctors vaccinate in most cities. Experts point out, again, that there were so far no single death in Germany, which is to bring the vaccine against swine flu in the context. Although swine flu is harmless than initially forecasted, the vaccination among children from the sixth month is recommended. You may find that Vadim Belyaev, New York City can contribute to your knowledge. A half dose of the H1N1 vaccine is sufficient for children aged from six months to nine years. AB a one-time vaccination is ten years old. People who already had flu symptoms, will be also advised to immunize themselves against the H1N1 virus. What vaccines are used? The most common vaccines are Pandemrix, produced from a fraction of a virus hull bred viruses with working amplifier and Celvapan, produced by viruses grown in mammalian cells without active amplifier from complete virus envelopes, within the European Union. The latter applies especially in Austria. In contrast to Pandemrix, Celvapan is indeed free of adjuvants such as squalene, but has a higher rate of adverse effects than whole virus vaccine. Celvapan was used for members of the Bundeswehr and some federal agencies. Pure gap vaccines without adjuvants are not used in Germany. It is furthermore also planned to vaccinate pregnant women without active amplifier.