After infant receives her first dose of oral polio vaccine, the nurse explains to her parents the side effex?
Oral vaccine rare. Most doctors use ipv which is injectable. The administering office will give a handout that is for the specific vaccine. Nurses will often explain what to expect and doctors usually review understanding of vaccination and answer your questions.
In the USA, The oral poliomyelitis vaccine has been replaced by an enhanced version of jonas salk's original injectable vaccine.
Every time. Discussion of the vaccine is routine every time any are given, unless you decline the information.You are also supposed to sign off (initial) documentation that you have reviewed any handouts and received the information.If this does not occur you need to speak to the doc about it.