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Administering Immunizations Safely

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Administering Vaccines


 

Vaccinations are very important and have played an large role in eliminating and reducing the spread of disease.

  • Ask your pediatrician for thimerosal-free vaccines.
  • Ask your pediatrician for the name of the vaccines used and review the information prior to immunizing your child.
  • Ask your pediatrician about splitting up the required vaccinations.
  • Consider rescheduling vaccinations if your baby is running a temperature of 102°F or higher.

 

 

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