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Heatstroke patients must be treated immediately to avoid permanent organ damage.
Heat exhaustion: caused by excessive sweating, dehydration and electrolyte loss (slightly hypothermia, excessive sweating).
Osteoporosis is the second most important epidemic in the world, resulting in fractures in all parts of the body.
Night sweats refers to excessive sweating at night in a not overheated room that results in drenched sleepwear and sheets, thus reducing the quality of sleep.
Hepatitis A vaccine is an inactivated vaccine for injection. It is generally recommended that 2 doses should be administered with an intramuscular injection.
Hepatitis B can be contracted by the passage of blood or body fluids containing hepatitis B virus through the skin or mucosa into the human body.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a highly infectious virus that can infect both men and women with sexual experience.
The MMR vaccine is a live attenuated vaccine used to prevent measles, mumps and rubella, with an average prevention effect of more than 95% and long-term immunity. At present, it is routinely administered in Taiwan.
Pneumococcus bacterium often exists in the nasopharynx and is transmitted to other people by cough droplets. It usually does not incur diseases.