Chicken pox

Chicken pox

Chicken pox disease agent

Varicose veins virus  

Causes of Chickenpox

  • Direct contact with the patient
  • Exposure to sneezing and sick cough

 

Symptoms of chicken pox

  • Fever / cough
  • Headache
  • Anorexia
  • Impatience
  • Itchy itching
  • The appearance of red bears on the body head and face (starts from one part of the body and spreads to other areas of the body.)
  • Becoming red beans into blisters
  • The formation of sweat

 

Duration of the disease

Symptoms occur between 14 and 16 days after being infected with the virus. The duration of the disease period is from 7 to 14 days from the time when the chicken pox is treated.  

The times when chicken pox is most likely to be transmitted to others

  • 1 to 2 days before the appearance of red beans
  • 4 to 5 days after blisters dry

 

Treatment of chicken pox

  • Use of antiviral drugs (especially in adults).
  • Control of fever with taking medications
  • Enough rest
  • Drink plenty of fluids

 

Chicken pox vaccine

  • Children's safety more than 99% after two doses
  • Adult and adolescent safety 87% after first injection and 99% after second injection
  • Transmission of the disease to others after the injection of chicken pox vaccine is rare.

 

Prohibition of vaccine injection of chicken pox

  • In people with immune deficiency
  • Severe allergies to Glutin
  • Allergy to antibiotics
  • First dose allergy
  • Pregnancy