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There may be redness, swelling and pain at the site of inoculation, accompanied by occasional loss of appetite, vomiting, fever and other symptoms. These reactions, usually short-lived, will go away within a few days.
If the injection site is red, swollen or becomes hard, a cold compress can be applied first followed by a hot compress 48 hours later. Please pay attention to avoid frostbite or a scald.
Administering the Japanese encephalitis vaccine is the most effective method of prevention and treatment.
The common causes of children's head injury are falls, falls from heights, abuse, traffic accidents, etc., resulting in scalp, skull, meninges or brain tissue injuries.
First, spread the cloth and clothes, and put a large towel beside for use.
Generally, babies have about 1-3 bowel movements a day; each baby has different defecation habits, so the defecation times will be different every day.
Having learning disabilities means that the patients show significant problems in attention, memory, understanding, reasoning, expression, perception or coordination of perceptual actions due to abnormal neuropsychological functions,
Any developing child who has difficulty in hearing recognition is identified as having hearing loss through appropriate hearing testing.
Visual impairment refers to the inability or considerable difficulty for the eyes to perform normal visual functions. Some of these visually impaired children are completely blind, unable to see clearly, but most of them are with low vision (formerly called amblyopia),
Newborn screening is conducted for congenital metabolic disorders, with the aim of early detecting congenital abnormal metabolic diseases in infants and giving appropriate treatment to reduce the physical or intellectual damage caused by the disease.