Chicken pox Vaccines

The vaccine contains a live version of the weakened varicella-zoster virus (chicken pox). This stimulates the immune system but does not cause infections in healthy people. However, the chicken pox vaccine should not be given to people who have an immune system Chickenpox is a disease that causes inflammation and fever. A person with chickenpox can have many blisters - up to 500. The rash can spread to the rest of the body - even to the mouth, hips, or genitals. Chickenpox can be dangerous and life-threatening, especially in children, adults, and people with weakened immune systems

  • Toxoid drugs
  • Diphtheria or diphtheria
  • Antigen

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