HIB vaccine injection with bacterial capsule parts. Only 1 poor quality study conducted, with 213 healthy pregnant women. Seems ineffective, but further research is needed. Irritating side effects. Unclear safety.
Avoid this treatment:
Unclear benefits and risks. More research is needed.
HIB vaccine with bacterial capsule parts.
pregnant Adults, 16 to 65 years old
Liquid HIB vaccine, Usually conjugated (coupled) with other vaccines in a 0.5 mL dosage. One dose, during week 30-38 of gestational.
Prevention of infections caused by the Hib bacteria
Ineffective, according to a single, non-randomized, poorly reported trial. More research is needed.
Unclear. More research needed. Irritating side effects: soreness, redness, and/or swelling from the shot; fever, cough, loss of appetite, restlessness, sleepiness.
Haemophilus influenzae type B (bacterial) infection
Symptoms and signs:
Infection, fever, shortness of breath, aches, chills and neck stiffness.
Ear infection, lung infection, sinusitis, heart membrane infection, eye membrane infection, still birth, Meningitis (infection of the brain protective membrane) and death in Infants.
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