Vaccination is an important procedure that protects us from harmful diseases. It is just too taxing to visit a hospital or Doctor’s clinic for such a small procedure, more so if you can get vaccinations at home. Vydhyanadh Services offers affordable nursing and on call doctor services, who will readily visit you and administer vaccines at home. If you ever find yourself in need of a vaccination all you need is to get online and book an appointment with us and we will send you an experienced nurse to administer the required vaccine. The varied vaccines list available with us is as follows;
Hepatitis B Vaccination
Hepatitis B vaccination is a three shot series vaccine that protects against hepatitis B virus that can lead to cirrhosis, liver cancer and consequent death. Hepatitis B is 50 to 100% more infectious than HIV, and once infected there is no particular treatment available for this disease and whatever medication that is available does not work effectively on everyone. So it is highly necessary to get one self and their loved one’s immunized of this infectious disease.
Chicken Pox Vaccination
Chickenpox is a highly contagious disease caused by the initial infection with varicella zoster virus. Skin rash that forms small, itchy blisters, fever, headache are symptoms of this disease. Chickenpox is a curable disease but there are always exceptions and the disease can be lethal in babies, adolescents, pregnant women and people with weakened immune system. So make sure everyone is vaccinated in your family as Chickenpox vaccine is the best way to be protected from Chickenpox.
The H1N1 vaccination protects people from infections caused by the influenza virus that caused a pandemic back in 2009. It is quite contagious and it is better to be protected against this disease then get infected. Although the virus is curable, it has a fatality rate of 11%. The H1N1 vaccination injection is not administered to people under 18 years of age and if they are allergic to eggs and gelatin.
Pneumonia vaccination or Pneumococcal vaccination protects against the bacteria ‘Streptococcus pneumonia’ bacterium that can lead to pneumonia, sepsis and meningitis. All children younger than 2 years of age should get 4 doses of the Pneumonia Conjugate (PC13) vaccine. This vaccination is also recommended for adults up to 64 years of age. Pneumonia can be lethal for both kids and adults, so get your loved ones protected from this lethal disease with a Pneumonia Vaccination.
Typhoid vaccination injection protects people from the deadly ‘Salmonella Typhi’ virus that leads to the highly infectious disease Typhoid. Typhoid causes high fever, fatigue, weakness, stomach pains, headache, loss of appetite and rash. Typhoid fever is also very contagious and if not properly treated is fatal. It kills up to 30% of people infected with it.
Cervical Cancer Vaccination
Cervical Cancer Vaccination or HPV vaccination protects women from the human papillomavirus, a sexually transmitted infection. Although cervical cancer is curable, yet it does kill thousands of women. The survival rate also depends on early detection and the stage of the cancer. So protect your mother, wife, daughter and sisters from this fatal disease and get them vaccinated as early as possible.
Now that COVID-19 vaccines have reached billions of people worldwide, the evidence is overwhelming that no matter which one you take, the vaccines offer life-saving protection against a disease that has killed millions. The pandemic is far from over, and they are our best bet of staying safe.
Vaccinations are safe and effective and are developed after a long period of research and reviews to assure its safety. However, vaccines do involve a little discomfort and can cause pain, redness and tenderness at the site of the injection and slight fever especially in small kids, these symptoms are minor in nature and usually fade away in a couple of days, but the kind of protection that vaccination offers outweighs the discomfort caused, and are absolutely necessary for the prevention of a disease and overall well being of an individual or a kid. It is important to understand that no vaccine is 100% effective in the prevention of diseases, yet we can’t just forego them as it could make you more vulnerable to getting affected with infectious diseases.
Vaccinations are developed after intensive research and are made to protect us against varied types of diseases. So it is highly recommended that each one of us talk to our doctor and find about the vaccination that we need and get them administered sooner than later for the prevention from fatal disease, as prevention is always better than cure.