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Different vaccine & Their Site of Injection

Every vaccine has a recommended administration route and site for administration. The common routes of administration are Oral route, Intranasal route, Intramuscular route and Subcutaneous route. All healthcare professionals who administer vaccines should be aware of the potential for syncope after the administration and related injury caused by fall. Appropriate measures should be taken to prevent such injuries. To avoid such a situation basic steps should be taken like make the patient seated, to be aware of the symptoms that precede fainting, provide supportive care and take appropriate measures to prevent injuries and observe the recipient after vaccination to decrease the risk of injury.

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Every vaccine has a recommended administration route and site for administration. The common routes of administration are Oral route, Intranasal route, Intramuscular route and Subcutaneous route. All healthcare professionals who administer vaccines should be aware of the potential for syncope after the administration and related injury caused by fall. Appropriate measures should be taken to prevent such injuries. To avoid such a situation basic steps should be taken like make the patient seated, to be aware of the symptoms that precede fainting, provide supportive care and take appropriate measures to prevent injuries and observe the recipient after vaccination to decrease the risk of injury.

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Every vaccine has a recommended administration route and site for administration. The common routes of administration are Oral route, Intranasal route, Intramuscular route and Subcutaneous route. All healthcare professionals who administer vaccines should be aware of the potential for syncope after the administration and related injury caused by fall. Appropriate measures should be taken to prevent such injuries. To avoid such a situation basic steps should be taken like make the patient seated, to be aware of the symptoms that precede fainting, provide supportive care and take appropriate measures to prevent injuries and observe the recipient after vaccination to decrease the risk of injury.

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Every vaccine has a recommended administration route and site for administration. The common routes of administration are Oral route, Intranasal route, Intramuscular route and Subcutaneous route. All healthcare professionals who administer vaccines should be aware of the potential for syncope after the administration and related injury caused by fall. Appropriate measures should be taken to prevent such injuries. To avoid such a situation basic steps should be taken like make the patient seated, to be aware of the symptoms that precede fainting, provide supportive care and take appropriate measures to prevent injuries and observe the recipient after vaccination to decrease the risk of injury.

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Every vaccine has a recommended administration route and site for administration. The common routes of administration are Oral route, Intranasal route, Intramuscular route and Subcutaneous route. All healthcare professionals who administer vaccines should be aware of the potential for syncope after the administration and related injury caused by fall. Appropriate measures should be taken to prevent such injuries. To avoid such a situation basic steps should be taken like make the patient seated, to be aware of the symptoms that precede fainting, provide supportive care and take appropriate measures to prevent injuries and observe the recipient after vaccination to decrease the risk of injury.

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Every vaccine has a recommended administration route and site for administration. The common routes of administration are Oral route, Intranasal route, Intramuscular route and Subcutaneous route. All healthcare professionals who administer vaccines should be aware of the potential for syncope after the administration and related injury caused by fall. Appropriate measures should be taken to prevent such injuries. To avoid such a situation basic steps should be taken like make the patient seated, to be aware of the symptoms that precede fainting, provide supportive care and take appropriate measures to prevent injuries and observe the recipient after vaccination to decrease the risk of injury.

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Every vaccine has a recommended administration route and site for administration. The common routes of administration are Oral route, Intranasal route, Intramuscular route and Subcutaneous route. All healthcare professionals who administer vaccines should be aware of the potential for syncope after the administration and related injury caused by fall. Appropriate measures should be taken to prevent such injuries. To avoid such a situation basic steps should be taken like make the patient seated, to be aware of the symptoms that precede fainting, provide supportive care and take appropriate measures to prevent injuries and observe the recipient after vaccination to decrease the risk of injury.

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Every vaccine has a recommended administration route and site for administration. The common routes of administration are Oral route, Intranasal route, Intramuscular route and Subcutaneous route. All healthcare professionals who administer vaccines should be aware of the potential for syncope after the administration and related injury caused by fall. Appropriate measures should be taken to prevent such injuries. To avoid such a situation basic steps should be taken like make the patient seated, to be aware of the symptoms that precede fainting, provide supportive care and take appropriate measures to prevent injuries and observe the recipient after vaccination to decrease the risk of injury.

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Every vaccine has a recommended administration route and site for administration. The common routes of administration are Oral route, Intranasal route, Intramuscular route and Subcutaneous route. All healthcare professionals who administer vaccines should be aware of the potential for syncope after the administration and related injury caused by fall. Appropriate measures should be taken to prevent such injuries. To avoid such a situation basic steps should be taken like make the patient seated, to be aware of the symptoms that precede fainting, provide supportive care and take appropriate measures to prevent injuries and observe the recipient after vaccination to decrease the risk of injury.

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Every vaccine has a recommended administration route and site for administration. The common routes of administration are Oral route, Intranasal route, Intramuscular route and Subcutaneous route. All healthcare professionals who administer vaccines should be aware of the potential for syncope after the administration and related injury caused by fall. Appropriate measures should be taken to prevent such injuries. To avoid such a situation basic steps should be taken like make the patient seated, to be aware of the symptoms that precede fainting, provide supportive care and take appropriate measures to prevent injuries and observe the recipient after vaccination to decrease the risk of injury.

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Every vaccine has a recommended administration route and site for administration. The common routes of administration are Oral route, Intranasal route, Intramuscular route and Subcutaneous route. All healthcare professionals who administer vaccines should be aware of the potential for syncope after the administration and related injury caused by fall. Appropriate measures should be taken to prevent such injuries. To avoid such a situation basic steps should be taken like make the patient seated, to be aware of the symptoms that precede fainting, provide supportive care and take appropriate measures to prevent injuries and observe the recipient after vaccination to decrease the risk of injury.

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Every vaccine has a recommended administration route and site for administration. The common routes of administration are Oral route, Intranasal route, Intramuscular route and Subcutaneous route. All healthcare professionals who administer vaccines should be aware of the potential for syncope after the administration and related injury caused by fall. Appropriate measures should be taken to prevent such injuries. To avoid such a situation basic steps should be taken like make the patient seated, to be aware of the symptoms that precede fainting, provide supportive care and take appropriate measures to prevent injuries and observe the recipient after vaccination to decrease the risk of injury.