Measles in the phase of obliged vaccination
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Keywords

measles
vaccination

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Стојанова (Stojanova), О (O), Караџов (Karadzhov), Зоран (Zoran), & Стојанова (Stojanova), Л (L). (2016). Measles in the phase of obliged vaccination. Medicinska Misla, 27(1), 14–17. Retrieved from https://www.id-press.eu/medmis/article/view/984

Abstract

The conclusion of the authors is that, beside the vaccination, measles are still present in our pathology.

The most frequent and the hardest complications are respiratory ones as bronchopneumonia, pneumonia, bronchitis, bronchiolitis, stomatitis, and otitis.

By escarping the vaccination the mortality is lower and the morbidity is most frequent among the unvaccinated children.

The economy consequences are the justification of the antimeasles vaccination, that should include children from the age of six months till the age of ten years.

Through this kind of vaccination we found the movement of the age limit of the illness to the later growth.

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