Childhood illnesses

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1. What immunisation is offered to protect against meningitis?

  • A vaccination for babies aged eight weeks, followed by a second dose at 16 weeks, and a booster at one year
  • A vaccination for babies at 2 years
  • Headaches and vomitting
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2. What immunisation is offered to protect against measles?

  • A combined dose of measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine, which is given at 15 months.
  • An injection given only for children under 6 months at the local health clinic
  • A tablet given to provide immunisation for life

3. What immunisation is offered to protect against mumps?

  • A vaccine which is given at 10 months for only boys
  • A combined dose of measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine, which is given at 15 months.
  • A combined dose of measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine, which is given at 12 months.

4. What are the symtoms of meningitis?

  • Fever, headache, nausea, vomitting and stiff neck
  • A fever and rash
  • A serve cold and fever

5. What are the symtoms of rubella (german measles)?

  • Causes a serve cough
  • A mild disease with a red rash and usually with swollen glands
  • A serve disease which causes swollen legs

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