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Infants whose mothers received vaccinations during their first pregnancy have dropped significantly during the first six months of their lives, according to researchers at the University of Utah in the US.
Newborn baby flu vaccination can protect infants from the diseaseAccording to a study published in the online edition of Pediatrics Pediatric Pediatric Magazine, in cases of influenza, it was 70 percent lower the hathуnapos or younger annбl csecsemхk arбnya if йdesanyjukat beoltottбk vбrandуssбga idejйn.A kуrhбzban treated influenzбsok esetйben szбzalйkkal 80 was smaller such csecsemхk arбnya kйpest those who have not йdesanyjбt immunizбltбk.Az egйszsйgьgyi adatbбzisokbуl also kiderьlt that demonstrated the 97 patients laboratуriumban influenzбs szбzalйka was an infant whose mother did not receive vaccination at the time of her pregnancy. also beneficial for children"he quoted Julie H. Shakib In this study, Shakib and his colleague have more than 245,000 infants and over 249,000 infants in their health data. involved in the flu vaccine, the others - 222,003 - were not immunized. During the study period, there were 658 infants among laboratory-confirmed influenza cases, and 638 of their mothers did not receive vaccinations. Of the 658 toddlers, 150 went to the hospital, and 148 were mothers who were not immunized.Related articles in Flu vaccination: