TETANUS TOXOID (ABHAY-TOX) INJECTION – TREATMENT FOR PREVENTION OF TETANUS
Tetanus is prevented with immunization with the Abhay-tox vaccine (additionally called lockjaw). Five doses are advised during adolescence, with a sixth dosage administered at some point in early life. Every ten years, further dosages are recommended.
USES OF TETANUS TOXOID (ABHAY-TOX) INJECTION
- Prevention Of Tetanus
WORKS OF TETANUS TOXOID (ABHAY-TOX) INJECTION
The Abhay-Tox vaccination is delivered by a medical professional and can no longer be self-administered. The youngster must get all of the recommended immunization doses. It’s imperative to have a booster shot every ten years for the vaccine to be effective.
SIDE EFFECTS OF TETANUS TOXOID (ABHAY-TOX) INJECTION
- Injection site reactions (pain, swelling, redness)
- Loss of appetite
WARNING & PRECAUTIONS
Abhay-tox vaccine may impair vision, reduce alertness, or cause you to feel drowsy and lightheaded.
There is no information available on using the Abhay-tox vaccine while pregnant. Please speak with your physician.