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Childhood Vaccinations - Essential information

Advice for Parents/Carers: You want to do what is best for your child. You know about the importance of car seats, stair gates and other ways to keep them safe. But, did you know that one of the best ways to protect them is to make sure they have all of their vaccinations at the time they are recommended to ensure the mostly timely protection.

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Cough and cold

Advice for parents/carers Coughs and colds are extremely common in young children. Over the first year of life, your child is likely to have up to 8 of these episodes.

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Conjunctivitis in children

Advice for professionals

unless fever in the 48 hours following vaccinations and no other red or amber features…on in babies up to 2 days after they receive vaccinations

Croup

Advice for professionals

unless fever in the 48 hours following vaccinations and no other red or amber features…on in babies up to 2 days after they receive vaccinations

Diarrhoea and vomiting

Advice for parents/carers. Feeling sick and then vomiting is usually the first sign that your child has a ‘tummy bug’. Diarrhoea tends to occur after your child has started vomiting and means passing frequent watery poos that are offensive in nature.

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Cough/colds (under 1's)

Advice for professionals

unless fever in the 48 hours following vaccinations and no other red or amber features…on in babies up to 2 days after they receive vaccinations

Conjunctivitis

Advice for parents/carers. Conjunctivitis is a common eye condition that affects children, especially under 5 years of age. It can either be caused by an infection or by an allergy. Infectious conjunctivitis is contagious and may spread to other household members. Allergic conjunctivitis is more common in children with allergies such as hay fever.

on in babies up to 2 days after they receive vaccinations…unless fever in the 48 hours following vaccinations and no other red or amber features

Fever / High Temperature

Advice for parents/carers: Fever is extremely common in children and usually suggests that your child has an infection. It's really important that you measure your child's temperature accurately - you should use a digital thermometer (under the the armpit (axillary) for children 5 years and younger, and in the mouth for children over 5 years of age). The other option is to use an in the ear thermometer (tympanic), although these should not be used in babies below 6 months of age.

unless fever in the 48 hours following vaccinations and no other red or amber features…on in babies up to 2 days after they receive vaccinations

Cough/colds (over 1's)

Advice for professionals

unless fever in the 48 hours following vaccinations and no other red or amber features…on in babies up to 2 days after they receive vaccinations

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