Polio vaccine - A Look at Each Vaccine: Polio Vaccine

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Signs and symptoms of an allergic reaction, which usually appear within minutes or a few hours after receiving the injected vaccine, include breathing difficulties, weakness, hoarseness or wheezing, heart rate fluctuations, skin rash and dizziness.

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Polio Vaccine

The live virus also has stringent requirements for transport and storage, which are a problem in some hot or remote areas.

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    Side effects Allergic reaction to the vaccine. Inactivated polio vaccine can cause an allergic reaction in a few people since the . Vaccine-induced polio. A potential, adverse effect of the OPV is its known ability to recombine to a form that causes . Contamination concerns. In 1960, the rhesus.
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    So when was the polio vaccine invented? In the late 1940s, Dr. Hilary Koprowski of Lederle Laboratories in Philadelphia successfully administered a vaccine for type 2 poliovirus. He chose to test it on himself and his assistant after trying it on chimpanzees. They both drank the vaccine and observed no adverse effects.
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    Protects your child from developing lifelong paralysis from polio. The polio shot is safe. The polio shot is very safe, and is effective at preventing polio. Vaccines like any medicine, can have side effects. These are usually mild and go away on their own. What are the side effects? Redness, swelling, or pain where the shot was given
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    The polio vaccine developed by Dr. Salk and colleagues is licensed in the U.S. Before the polio vaccine, the disease had been a major cause of disability in children. About 16,000 cases of polio (paralytic poliomyelitis) occurred each year in the U.S. in the 20th century compared with none in 2020.
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    Learn how the polio vaccine protects your child from polio, a serious disease that can cause lifelong paralysis and even death. Protect your child against polio by getting the polio vaccine also called IPV (inactivated poliovirus vaccine).
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