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Dr Ramzdhan
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Dr M Ramzdhan has done MD , Crimea State Medical University. Dr M Ramzdhan has 8 years of experience

12889
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Dr M Ramzdhan has done MD , Crimea State Medical University. Dr M Ramzdhan has 8 years of experience

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Dr Ramzdhan
Good morning, and thank you for your question. Yes, Qdenga was approved for use in Malaysia by the National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (NPRA) on February 9th 2024 for people above the age of 4. As of April 2024, Qdenga has also been approved for use in several other countries and regions, inc… Read More
11 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Hello and thank you for your question. Dengue fever, a viral illness transmitted by mosquitoes, is primarily concentrated in tropical and subtropical regions globally. Countries within the equatorial belt, such as those in Southeast Asia, South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, the Caribbean, and parts of … Read More
33 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Greetings and thank you for your question. Dengue fever is primarily transmitted to humans through the bite of infected Aedes mosquitoes, particularly Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus. These mosquitoes breed in stagnant water found in containers, such as water storage tanks, flower pots, and disc… Read More
33 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Greetings and thank you for your question. There isn’t extensive data available specifically on the potential interaction between Dengvaxia and Qdenga vaccines, as they are both relatively new vaccines. Dengvaxia is a vaccine developed by Sanofi Pasteur to prevent dengue fever, while Qdenga is a ne… Read More
33 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Hello and thank you for your question. The cost of dengue vaccination varies depending on factors like the country, manufacturer, and availability through public or private channels. Takeda notes that Qdenga pricing varies by region. Prices can change due to government negotiations and distribution… Read More
33 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Greetings and thank you for your question. Qdenga is the latest dengue vaccine, developed by Takeda, and its efficacy and suitability for use during outbreaks would likely depend on factors such as its effectiveness in preventing dengue infection and the timing of vaccination relative to the outbre… Read More
33 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Greetings and thank you for your question. To report side effects from Qdenga, you can reach out to your local healthcare provider promptly. They can offer guidance on managing any symptoms you may be experiencing and document your reaction in your medical records for future reference. Additionally… Read More
33 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Hello and thank you for your question. Qdenga, the dengue vaccine developed by Takeda, is typically not recommended for infants as young as 2 months old. The vaccine’s safety and efficacy profile, including the appropriate age range for vaccination, are determined through clinical trials and regula… Read More
33 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Hello and thank you for your question. Takeda’s Qdenga vaccine has received approval in several countries for the prevention of dengue fever. Some of the countries where Qdenga has been approved include: Indonesia Thailand Argentina Brazil These approvals may vary in terms of the specific indica… Read More
33 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Hello and thank you for your question. The cost of vaccines, including Qdenga, can be influenced by several factors: Research and Development: Developing a vaccine involves significant investment in research, clinical trials, and regulatory approvals, which can contribute to the overall cost of … Read More
33 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Hello and thank you for your question. Each dengue vaccine has its own distinct formulation, efficacy profile, and dosing schedule, which could potentially interact in unpredictable ways if used interchangeably. If you’ve received one dose of a dengue vaccine and are considering switching to a dif… Read More
33 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Greetings and thank you for your question. The safety and efficacy of dengue vaccination during pregnancy have not been extensively studied. Therefore, dengue vaccination is generally not recommended for pregnant individuals unless there is a significant risk of dengue infection and the potential b… Read More
33 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Good afternoon, thanks for your question. It can be a daunting thing to choose between different vaccinations for the same virus or disease, as you’re never really sure what their differences are. Both vaccines feature the same purpose in preventing dengue fever, but they have different requirement… Read More
35 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Good afternoon. Thank you for your question. Yes, several vaccines have been developed to prevent dengue fever. These vaccines aim to provide immunity against all four serotypes of the dengue virus. Recently, Takeda has made a new dengue vaccine called Qdenga, which doesn’t have Dengvaxia’s stric… Read More
35 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Good morning, thank you for your question! I’ll try to answer it as best as I can. There are several ways to answer your question so I’ll get through all of them in a concise manner. Yes, there exists vaccines used to prevent dengue fever, such as Qdenga, as well as vaccines to prevent COVID-19. … Read More
35 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Good morning. Thank you for your question. Dengue vaccines have been available for a while now, but it came with restrictions that made its accessibility more limited for the general public. Dengvaxia, a dengue vaccine, requires the patient to have previously had dengue fever to use the vaccine. I… Read More
35 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Good morning, and thank you for your question. Yes, Qdenga was approved for use in Malaysia by the National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (NPRA) on February 9th 2024 for people above the age of 4. As of April 2024, Qdenga has also been approved for use in several other countries and regions, inc… Read More
35 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Hello and thank you for the question. In Malaysia, there is only one vaccine to prevent dengue fever: Qdenga. Qdenga works really well because it helps your body make strong defenses against the dengue virus. This means it gives you solid protection from getting sick with dengue. What’s great about… Read More
35 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Hello and thank you for your question. Dengue vaccination involves administering vaccines, such as Qdenga, to individuals to provide immunity against the dengue virus. These vaccines stimulate the immune system to produce antibodies, which can help prevent or reduce the severity of dengue fever upo… Read More
35 days
Dr Ramzdhan
Hello and thank you for your question. Yes, you can take dengue vaccination before traveling to regions where dengue fever is prevalent. It’s often recommended for individuals planning to visit areas with high dengue transmission rates, especially if they haven’t previously been exposed to the viru… Read More
35 days