Klinik Syed Badaruddin Sdn Bhd Klinik Syed Badaruddin Beserah
Location: No 413, Taman Beserah Jaya, Jalan Beserah,, Taman Beserah Jaya, 25300, Kuantan
Meningococcal disease, caused by the bacterial species Neisseria meningitidis, is an infection that primarily attacks the lining of the brain and spinal cord, called meninges. The infection can cause inflammation of the meninges (meningitis) which can lead to severe and often fatal complications. The symptoms can range anywhere between fever, headache, neck stiffness to altered mental state in serious cases.
The disease is preventable by vaccination, which helps the body to fight infection and reduce the possible complications. The vaccine is recommended to be taken by all children and adults, boosted every two to three years, especially before traveling. It is mandatory to get the meningococcal vaccine before traveling for hajj and umrah (Islamic Pilgrimage).
Influenza is a viral infection that is prevalent seasonally and has an annual occurrence. Caused by the highly contagious respiratory virus, the disease can range from mild flu to severe complications that may require hospitalization, depending on a person’s age and overall health status. Underlying conditions, being the age of 65 and over, weak or compromised immune system are all high risk factors for influenza infection.
Influenza vaccination helps to prevent the serious complications that may result from infection, by helping to produce antibodies against the virus. The vaccination is recommended for all children over the age of 2 and adults, till the age of 65. It's strongly advised to take the vaccination dose every year.
Pneumococcal disease is caused by a bacterial species known as Streptococcus pneumoniae, and can cause a variety of mild to life threatening infections. One of the most common infections that is spread by this bacteria is pneumonia, infection of the lungs. However the bacteria can also cause infection of the bloodstream (leading to bacterial sepsis), meningitis, ear or sinus infection. Symptoms can be aggravated by the presence of other underlying conditions.
Vaccination protects against severe pneumococcal disease and aids the body to produce antibodies to fight infection. Babies and young children whose immune systems have not developed fully are at particular risk of developing serious complications. The vaccine is strongly recommended to be given to all children, as per the national vaccination schedule.
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