CD.JEVAX Adverse Reactions

vaccine, japanese encephalitis


Chengdu Institute of Biological Products


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Adverse Reactions
As is the case for all medications, also the administration of CD.JEVAX can cause adverse reactions.
Clinical reactions are observed in a small percentage of the vaccinees after administrate of CD.JEVAX.
Some events as follows have been reported after injection, which normally does not last longer than 2 days, mostly relieved spontaneously; commonly no particular treatment is required, in case of necessity, symptomatic treatment might be recommended: Fever (Increase temperature above 37.5°C); Rash and Nausea; Local redness, pain or sensitivity; Crying, lost of appetite, sleepiness or sleep problems (children).
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