Vaccination Against Swine Flu

The Federal Ministry of health has a free hotline for ask medizini – Sagar type set under the number 0800 / 4 40 0550. (Sandra Jager for GNS network Hamburg) now they are there. According to Discovery Communications, who has experience with these questions. The EU Commission in Brussels has approved the vaccine Focetria and Pandemrix. The number of those infected within Germany is now 20.516. currently validates the possible effect of the seasonal vaccination against the virus of the new influenza in the laboratory. However, current data indicate that the flu shot does not protect against the new virus type (influenza A/H1N1). The symptoms of swine flu are similar to the seasonal flu fever, cough, headache and body aches, fatigue, loss of appetite but also diarrhea and vomiting. Every citizen is entitled on the flu shot.

Primarily, however, she apply to individuals who are at special risk for a severe course of disease. This includes the for the people with a risk of exposure, as well as patients as individuals, It is essential to health care of the population. Vaccination is scheduled regardless of the insured status of public service announcements, where the Federal States can call certain groups to an immunization appointment. Are to bring about a complete immunization two doses of vaccine needed a minimum distance of 2 to 3 weeks should be between them. The immune protection arises between the first and second vaccination and completes 10 days after the second vaccination. If the vaccinations are carried out by the public health service, a two-time vaccination of 28 euros costs. These are each paid from the Fund at the country level so that insured persons any costs which.

The Privatversicherten should be given an invoice for the performance according to the fee schedule for doctors/GOa of the doctors. However, the vaccines with an active amplifier are equipped, the effects of which are unknown. For one, the immunization is this but increasingly side effects can take an unimaginable extent. Supplemental and constantly updated information under: World Health Organisation Robert Koch Institute us against viruses/RKJ, Federal Centre for health education Paul Ehrlich Institute swine flu