For the better health of the children of the state, Chhattisgarh government is going to launch two new vaccines at the state level. Department of Public Health and Family Welfare, under the routine vaccination, Rota virus vaccine and TD vaccine will be inaugurated by State Health Minister TS Sinh Deo at 11 am on July 8 at the Department of Microbiology of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College in the capital. On this occasion, special guest Raipur MLA Satya Narayan Sharma, Kuldeep Junja, Vikash Upadhyay and Secretary Health Niharika Barik Singh will also be present. The State Government has also taken the vaccine storage for this. People are also being educated for this.
The Health Department is working hard to give Rota virus vaccination oral and TD vaccine through injection. This vaccine will protect the newborns from malignant diarrhea and tetanus, which is a major cause of infant mortality in India. Raipur CMHO Dr. K.R. Sonwani told that a meeting of doctors working in the community health centers and primary health centers of the district was taken to achieve 100% target of all vaccination programs including National Health Mission. While there is no child deprived of vaccination in the meeting, instructions have been given to prepare for it.
Three doses of rota virus vaccine will be given to the children through oral (through the mouth) 5 drops at the age of 06, 10 and 14 weeks, which will be fed through the drop like pod dose. This drug will now be part of regular immunization. In the vaccination centers two days a week, the state government will provide free drop and injection through two days on Tuesday and Friday. Health workers will also follow up-to-follow children for three days. The vaccination center of Raipur district will be used regularly in CHC, PHC, SHC, Mekahara, District Hospital, Anganwadi centers.
According to the Government of India figures, 5 lakh 26 thousand children die each year due to rota virus all over the country. At the same time, 1400 children die every day of 60 children every day, i.e. in every minute, a child is being absorbed in the death chest of death. Every day, 2,000 children take diarrhea from hospital to rotavirus.
Rota virus is a highly infectious virus, which is responsible for 40 percent of diarrhea in children, which is responsible for Rota virus.
Giving information about the Rota vaccine, Dr. Vikas Tiwari, vaccination officer of Raipur district said that most of the 0-1 year old children are affected by the rota virus, in which the effect has been seen in children of 6-7 months. Presently ORS and Zinc are being given to prevent this. Five drop of the claim will be given first drop 6 weeks, second dose of 10 weeks and third 14 weeks of age. In the district, the number of children aged 0 to 1 years is about 55 thousand, while 60 thousand pregnant women also become part of many types of vaccination before the birth of the baby. The vaccination cord prepares the Rho women-men, Matanin and Anganwadi workers at the field level.
Tattenus diphtheria (TD) vaccine will now be replaced instead of tetanus toxide (TT) vaccine. TD is a safe vaccine that will be given through injection. This will get rid of tetanus and throat disease. TD vaccine should be used instead of TT according to the advice of World Health Organization. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has advised to include TD vaccine instead of TT in India vaccination program for pregnant women aged 10 to 15 years. TD for TT during pregnancy, during pregnancy care, mother and newborn are given protection against tetanus and diphtheria. During pregnancy the vaccine enhances immunity and protects those pregnant women
Rota virus infection begins with mild diarrhea, which can take a serious look forward. Due to lack of adequate treatment, there may be lack of water and salt in the body and in some cases the child may die. Rota virus infection is accompanied by severe diarrhea, fever and vomiting, and occasionally pain in the stomach. Diarrhea and other symptoms last for about 3 to 7 days. Rota virus vaccine will be very effective in preventing this serious disease.
What will be special
Where there is regular vaccination, the rota vaccine will also be done.
One vial will be used for 5 children and one vial will be used within 4 hours.
The dose left after 4 hours will not be used again.
Special attention should be given
The child who has an abdomen, will not be given medicine.
The child who has a history of drug reaction will not be given a Rota vaccine.
Children who have low immunity, they will not be vaccinated.
Children of Drop will pay special attention
If there is tension in the stomach after drinking the drop, irritability, vomiting, diarrhea is coming, then immediately contact the nearest hospital.
In addition, the worker will follow up the routine follow-up of the child who was taken for 3 days.