Description of the active substance:
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It is a formalin-inactivated encephalitis virus. The vaccine forms the immunity to tick-borne encephalitis virus.
Routine prophylactic immunization in high-risk foci, as well as selective vaccination of persons visiting foci of tick-borne encephalitis. Emergency assistance in case of suspected tick bite in endemic regions in tick-borne encephalitis.
Dosage regimen is individual, depending on the indications for use and the age of the vaccinated.
Very rarely: an increase in body temperature, a headache in the first 2 days.
Local reactions: a brief burning sensation at the injection site, rarely reddening, soreness, development of infiltration.
Feverish conditions (infectious and non-infectious genesis), hereditary, progressive diseases of the nervous system, epilepsy with frequent seizures, food allergy (especially eggs), bronchial asthma, collagenoses, chronic liver and kidney diseases, chronic heart failure, cerebral circulation, diabetes mellitus , thyrotoxicosis, malignant neoplasms, blood diseases, pregnancy.
PREGNANCY AND LACTATION
Contraindicated in pregnancy.
APPLICATION FOR FUNCTIONS OF THE LIVER
Contraindicated in chronic kidney disease.
APPLICATION FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE FUNCTION OF KIDNEYS
Contraindicated in chronic liver diseases.
APPLICATION FOR CHILDREN
Use in children under 1 year is recommended only if there is a real risk of infection.
After the fevered conditions, the vaccinations are tolerated not earlier than 1 month after recovery, and those who have suffered viral hepatitis and meningococcal infection, not earlier than 6 months after recovery. Vaccinations are allowed 2 weeks after birth.
Avoid intravascular injection.
Can be used concomitantly with live and inactivated vaccines. The interval between the use of immunoglobulin against tick-borne encephalitis and the vaccine should be at least 4 weeks.