Nursing responsibilities while administering immunization, Biology

NURSING RESPONSIBILITIES WHILE ADMINISTERING IMMUNIZATION

  1. Use one sterile syringe and needle for each injection. 
  2. Use only the diluent supplied along with measles and BCG vaccine. 
  3. Screen children to see that they are in age groups recommended for vaccination and they are not seriously ill. 
  4. Start immunization with polio vaccine, then administer other vaccines. 
  5. Make entries in the immunization card which is handed over to the guardian of the child. 
  6. Observe strict aseptic precaution while administering vaccine. 
  7. In immunization register enter-name, OPD No., age, sex, type of vaccine and number of dose. 
  8. Educate parents/guardians regarding the following aspects: 

         Date of next visit;
 Reactions after immunization; and
 Dangers of dropping out.

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