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For the new study researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC looked at how rates of chickenpox-related hospitalizations have changed. Chicken Pox For Christmas Music while most cases of chickenpox simply make people feel miserable — with symptoms including an itchy blister-like rash fever headache and fatigue — some people do develop potentially serious
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complications. They include skin infections vomiting that leads to dehydration pneumonia and inflammation of the brain known as encephalitis.

The researchers estimate that chickenpox vaccination prevented a total of 50000 hospitalizations between 2000 and 2006. In an interview Lopez noted that many people see chickenpox as a mild illness. But she said parents should be aware that complications can occur.

During the period Lopez and her colleagues studied children routinely received one dose of the varicella vaccine between the ages of 12 months and 18 months. In 2007 a second dose was added to the schedule to be given between the ages of 4 and 6. Adults and teenagers who had already gotten the vaccine were also advised to get the second dose. While chickenpox most often infects children the vaccine is recommended for teens and adults who’ve never had chickenpox and therefore lack natural immunity. The second dose was added because one dose of the vaccine prevents chickenpox in only 80 percent to 90 percent of recipients — although people who are infected after getting just one vaccine dose usually have only a mild case of the disease. An important finding of the current study according to Lopez’s team is that chickenpox hospitalizations declined by more than two-thirds in each age group the researchers considered including adults. The varicella vaccine can have side effects.

The vaccine made by Merck & Co. costs consumers about Chicken Pox For Christmas Music $84 per dose. In a 2008 study however the CDC estimated that widespread vaccination is saving money when all “societal” costs are considered. That includes doctor visits and other medical expenses plus costs like parents’ time lost from work and spending by local health departments to manage chickenpox outbreaks.

But according to the CDC they are usually mild: about 20 percent of people have swelling or soreness at the injection site and up to four percent develop a mild rash and some skin bumps that resemble chickenpox. Serious side effects the agency says are rare — rare enough that it is not clear whether the vaccine itself is always responsible. Fewer than one in 1000 recipients suffer fever-induced seizures and problems like encephalitis and pneumonia have been reported for about two of every 100000 doses of the vaccine. The current study did not look at the cost-effectiveness of the chickenpox vaccination program. The vaccine made by Merck & Co. costs consumers about $84 per dose. In a 2008 study however the CDC estimated that widespread vaccination is saving money when all “societal” costs are considered.

But according to the CDC they are usually mild: about 20 percent of people have swelling or soreness at the injection site and up to four percent develop a mild rash and some skin bumps that resemble chickenpox. Serious side effects the agency says are rare — rare enough that it is not clear whether the vaccine itself is always responsible. Fewer than one in 1000 recipients suffer fever-induced seizures and problems like encephalitis and pneumonia have been reported for about two of every 100000 doses of the vaccine. The current study did not look at the cost-effectiveness of the chickenpox vaccination program. The vaccine made by Merck & Co. costs consumers about $84 per dose. In a 2008 study however the CDC estimated that widespread vaccination is saving money when all “societal” costs are considered.

The CDC researchers found that between 2000 and 2006 the yearly number of hospitalizations for chickenpox complications stood at 0.1 for every 10000 or one in 100000 Americans. That compared with a rate of 0.4 per 10000 people each year between 1988 and 1995 — before the varicella vaccine was introduced. Overall hospitalizations fell by 71 percent over the study period.

The vaccine made by Merck & Co. costs consumers about $84 per dose. In a 2008 study however the CDC estimated that widespread vaccination is saving money when all “societal” costs are considered.

Americans. That compared with a rate of 0.4 per 10000 people each year between 1988 and 1995 — before thevaricella vaccine was introduced. Overall hospitalizations fell by 71 percent over the study period. The researchers estimate that chickenpox vaccination prevented a total of 50000 hospitalizations between 2000 and 2006. In an interview Lopez noted that many people see chickenpox as a mild illness. But she said parents should be aware that complications can occur. She added that even though hospitalizations are down children age 4 and younger still have the highest rates of illness severe enough to require hospital care — at 0.

But according to the CDC they are usually mild: about 20 percent of people have swelling or soreness at the injection site and up to four percent develop a mild rash and some skin bumps that resemble chickenpox. Serious side effects the

agency says are rare — rare enough that it is not clear whether the vaccine itself is always responsible. Fewer than one in 1000 recipients suffer fever-induced seizures and problems like encephalitis and pneumonia have been reported for about two of every 100000 doses of the vaccine. The current study did not look at the cost-effectiveness of the chickenpox vaccination program. The vaccine made by Merck & Co.

The CDC researchers found that between 2000 and 2006 the yearly number of hospitalizations for chickenpox complications stood at 0.1 for every 10000 or one in 100000 Americans. That compared with a rate of 0.4 per 10000 people each year between 1988 and 1995 — before the varicella vaccine was introduced. Overall hospitalizations fell by 71 percent

over the study period.

Adults and teenagers who had already gotten the vaccine were also advised to get the second dose. While chickenpox most often infects children the vaccine is recommended for teens and adults who’ve never had chickenpox and therefore lack natural immunity. The second dose was added because one dose of the vaccine prevents chickenpox in only 80 percent to 90 percent of recipients — although people who are infected after getting just one vaccine dose usually have only a mild case of the disease.

She added that even though hospitalizations are down children age 4 and younger still have the highest rates of illness severe enough to require hospital care — at 0.7 per 10000 children between 2000 and 2006. During the period Lopez and her colleagues studied children routinely received one dose of the varicella vaccine between the ages of 12 months and 18 months. In 2007 a second dose was added to the schedule to be given between the ages of 4 and 6. Adults and teenagers who had already gotten the vaccine were also advised to get the second dose. While chickenpox most often infects children the vaccine is recommended for teens and adults who’ve never had chickenpox and therefore lack natural immunity. The second dose was added because one dose of the vaccine prevents chickenpox in only 80 percent to 90 percent of recipients — although people who are infected after getting just one vaccine dose usually have only a mild case of the disease.

She added that even though hospitalizations are down children age 4 and younger still have the highest rates of illness severe enough to require hospital care — at 0.7 per 10000 children between 2000 and 2006. During the period Lopez and her colleagues studied children routinely received one dose of the varicella vaccine between the ages of 12 months and 18 months. In 2007 a second dose was added to the schedule to be given between the ages of 4 and

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Overall hospitalizations fell by 71 percent over the study period. The researchers estimate that chickenpox vaccination prevented a total of 50000 hospitalizations between 2000 and 2006. In an interview Lopez noted that many people see chickenpox as a mild illness. But she said parents should be aware that complications can occur.

But according to the CDC they are usually mild: about 20 percent of people have swelling or soreness at the injection site and up to four percent develop a mild rash and some skin bumps that resemble chickenpox. Serious side effects the agency says are rare — rare enough that it is not clear whether the vaccine itself is always responsible. Fewer than one in 1000 recipients suffer fever-induced seizures and problems like encephalitis and pneumonia have been reported for about two of every 100000 doses of the vaccine. The current study did not look at the cost-effectiveness of the chickenpox vaccination program.

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