What protects the DTP vaccine: the side effects and consequences of vaccination in children
Vaccination of DTP is one of the most difficult for the child’s organism. Because of the many side effects and consequences that occur in children on the background of vaccination, parents often think about whether to put the baby in the vaccine. And, if a positive decision is taken, they are looking for ways to minimize the consequences for the child, carefully watching his condition after the injection.
Of course, when the baby is vaccinated, the mother worries about his condition, but the benefits of DTP vaccination against serious diseases (pertussis, diphtheria and tetanus) are so great that, on this background, the consequences of her administration are insignificant. And if you follow the doctor’s recommendations before, during and after the vaccination, the risks will be minimized.
How to prepare for the DTP vaccine, how many times it is done, how the children endure the vaccination, is this vaccine dangerous? We will discuss all the pros and cons of DTP vaccination in our article!
DTP is an adsorbed (concentrated) liquid vaccine for the prevention of serious diseases:
At the initial stage, it affects the oropharynx, but it can affect bronchi, skin and other organs. The main danger lies in the toxic toxins released by diphtheria bacillus.