Corona 19 vaccination is in full swing.
Vaccination proceeds in the following order: reception, preparation of a preliminary form → transfer, waiting → preliminary diagnosis → vaccination → observation after vaccination (waiting after vaccination) → departure.
Here, the part that I want to emphasize from the point of view of a person who has studied veterinary medicine is'observation after vaccination (waiting)'.
It is to stay at a medical institution for about 15 to 30 minutes after vaccination, and it is a necessary procedure to respond immediately when side effects of vaccination such as anaphylaxis appear.
Anaphylaxis is a symptom of an allergy that can manifest itself as an antigen-antibody reaction.
Vaccination is a preventive method that injects a new substance (antigen) into our body to trigger an immune response so that our body has its own defense ability (antibody), and anaphylactic shock can occur as a side effect of the immune response.
These symptoms include increased heart rate, airway stricture, shortness of breath, and skin rash. Failure to respond immediately may result in death of the patient.
Anaphylaxis shock is a major part of what is commonly referred to as'deaths from vaccine side effects'.
It is unpredictable whether or not side effects will occur after vaccination, but when a side effect occurs, a quick response is possible if the patient is in a medical institution.
Airways can be secured and emergency medications can be administered.
On the other hand, if a patient is vaccinated and immediately goes home, the patient may die while returning to the hospital after the outbreak of anaphylaxis.
It is possible to secure a'prevention golden hour' by waiting at a medical institution for about 15 to 30 minutes after vaccination.
However, animals do not have this procedure.
People who have pets know well, but pets such as dogs and cats are also vaccinated.
When you are young, you get basic vaccinations and get additional vaccinations on a regular basis.
In the case of rabies, which can be transmitted to humans, it is a legal requirement, so it must be matched to dogs and cats.
And, of course, companion animals can also experience'anaphylactic shock' after vaccination.
In fact, pets often die from shock after vaccination.
Therefore, even in the case of companion animal vaccination, it is essential to wait at the hospital for a certain period of time after vaccination at the veterinary hospital.
Only then, wouldn't we be able to respond quickly when side effects occur?
I hope that the immunization culture of companion animals will also change.
Instead of going home immediately after vaccination, it's a culture of waiting for about 15 to 30 minutes at the veterinary hospital and then returning.
There is something I want to ask you to never do while the vaccination story has been released.
You buy syringes and vaccines yourself and inject them into your pets at home.
It seems like he is trying to save the cost of going to the veterinary hospital, but it is not only illegal, but it is also a dangerous job that can kill pets.
What would you do if you had anaphylactic shock?
Of course, this is an action you should never do because you cannot respond immediately.
In summary, it is like this.
For your beloved pet, be sure to get the pet vaccination at the veterinary hospital and wait enough at the hospital after the vaccination before returning home.
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