Where do they get the flu shot?

Where do they get the flu shot?

  • Well, there are only two types of water flu vaccine in the body.

    • can be found in injections, then they are made in the upper part of the shoulder.
    • even they may be in drops, then they drip into the nose.
    • There is no other way to introduce a flu vaccine into the body.

  • FLU - a viral disease in which various complications often occur.

    For the prevention of influenza using special vaccines.

    The vaccine is administered to an adult with a syringe in the shoulder.

    You can also enter e in the thigh (this is desirable for children).

    Flu vaccine is sometimes introduced into the human body by instillation into the nasal cavity.

    Where do they get the flu shot?

  • Vaccination against influenza, as a rule, either drips into the nose (drops), or is administered intramuscularly in the first third of the shoulder. But as for children, up to one and a half years they are vaccinated to the outer thigh. But not everyone knows that vaccination against the FLU is done on the basis of last year's type of FLU. And the chance that the type of last year’s FLU virus will coincide with the current year is small. And in this case, such vaccination will not protect against the FLU

  • The influenza vaccine against influenza is administered intramuscularly, namely in the deltoid muscle on the shoulder, it is also allowed to inject it deeply subcutaneously into the upper 1 / 3 of the outer surface of the shoulder. But for young children, Grippol is usually placed intramuscularly in the front outer surface of the thigh, since the muscles in their arms are usually poorly developed ..

    Waxigripp vaccine is also administered intramuscularly or deeply subcutaneously.

    Intravenous vaccine can not be administered!

  • Usually done on the shoulder. By the way, I do not advise you to do this vaccine, usually after you do not get sick more than from the usual flu (especially if the immune system is weak) it would be more correct to call this vaccine "for the flu"

  • A flu shot is given to the shoulder. Three years in a row did this vaccine and never got sick with the flu, even a runny nose was not.

  • Flu vaccination is done in two ways:

    • put in the shoulder (the injection is small, the syringe is small, therefore it is almost painless),
    • drip in the nose (quite nebolno)

    In my opinion, injection is better. Personally, when I was buried in my nose, I felt a certain discomfort.

  • We all know that the flu is a dangerous viral disease, and often if the form was complicated, then after the illness a person gets various complications. It can be bronchitis, kidney disease, heart complications and other problems.

    And so, in order to protect themselves from the disease at the time of the flu epidemic, many are vaccinated against the flu. And for this purpose there are certain and special vaccines.

    The vaccine can be injected into the thigh or upper shoulder with a syringe. Children usually get a flu shot in the hip area. And adults have a shoulder. There is a flu drug that does not prick, but is buried in the nose.

  • Vaccine flu vaccine is done mainly in the shoulder, very young children in the ass.

    There are some medications that are administered through the nose, but more often they still inject.

    The vaccine itself is done quickly and painlessly, but often after it you start to get sick, then a cold, then the temperature just as ORV begins. I once did no more, I refuse.

  • Flu vaccinations are optional. It is not on the list of mandatory, it is not on the list of vaccination cards approved by the Ministry of Health. I make a fine needle in the upper thigh. In rare cases, use drops, which are simply buried in the nose.

  • They did it in the shoulder in college. Only I hate her, because after her, oddly enough, I get sick. If I don’t do it, I don’t get sick or a slight runny nose appears, which quickly passes. It is worth doing, I get sick hard and for a long time. Fortunately, at the school where I studied, they did it too, but it was possible to refuse it. To do this, the parents wrote an application to the medical room, and in this case the child was not vaccinated. But in college it was impossible to refuse: it had to be done without fail. I did, I almost died, it was bad. Even when I was at school, I asked the doctors there why I was sick after the vaccination (I did it once at school, because in some year I did not do it and the teacher scolded me for it). They replied that usually when you get sick, the virus "sneaks up" on you from the outside, if you have strong immunity, then you will overcome, if not, then no. And when you are vaccinated, you are essentially "injected" with this virus "inside" so that the body fights back and it develops immunity. Only this does not happen for me: I get sick after the vaccination, despite the fact that without the vaccine everything goes well, and if I get sick, it proceeds much easier than with the vaccination. I'm dying with the vaccine! But this, apparently, depends on immunity: one of my classmates Anton said that vaccination does not affect him badly, on the contrary, it protects against the flu!

  • Influenza vaccines are according to the method of introduction of two types:

    1. can be entered in injections (vaccines "influenza", "influenza plus", "influenza", "vaxigripp" and others) - then they are made in the upper third of the shoulder... Many vaccines come immediately ready-made - in a syringe.
    2. they can be found in drops (vaccine "ultravac", for example) - then they are injected intranasally, that is, dripping in the nose.

    Other forms of introduction in recent years does not apply.

  • According to the instructions, the flu vaccine Grippol plus children over three years old, adolescents, and adults, the vaccine is injected intramuscularly or deeply subcutaneously into the upper 1/3 - third of the outer surface of the shoulder (that is, into the deltoid muscle). And children aged from six months to 35 months - put intramuscularly in the front lateral surface of the thigh.

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