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Sunday, November 15, 2009

Khalysh kene cucuk...

Alhamdulillah Khalysh dah setel her last compulsory immunization... :)
@ 20mths...schedule to be masa 19mths...
terlewat 1 bulan... :) sori yer...Khalysh...
So pas ni leh la plan utk xtra jab lak... :)
As usual lah jab ngan Doc Khairul @ Naluri...
Eventhou agak pricey...tapi utk Khalysh apalah sgt... :)
Janji Khalysh selesa & sihat sentiasa...
Doc Khairul tu pun ok...very particular & yet friendly sesangat...

Ingat lagi memule masa Khalysh amik 1st jab...
Masa tu igt nak jimat2 le kan...lagi pun cucuk2 ni wajib...
So bak pe nak bayar memahal kan kalau ade yg murah...
So bwk le Khalysh cucuk kat Klinik Kerajaan kt Ampang...
Dekat pun dekat...
Tapi...haih cukup le sekali...SERIK tul...
Dengan ramai nya, bising nya yg amat...lamanya nak tunggu...
Gile 1/2 hari...tuuu
Pastu nurse yg cek Khalysh siap selambe je tekan2 kepala Khalysh...
Ibu cam nak jerit je "Hoih!! hg ni biar betoi?!!!"
Dlm hati ni mmg dah sumpah2 dah...tahan sabar je la...
Papa kt luar dah resah gelisah dah...lambat ada appoinment keje...
Pastu nurse2 baru tu duk wat training lak cucuk2 baby ni...
Haaaa.....? Biaq betui depa nih...
Smpai 5 org duk kerumun 1 baby...
Nak cucuk pun siap xsure nak cucuk kat atas ke kt bawh ke...
Haih trauma...trauma...pastu
Ibu ngan papa trus decide, bwk Khalysh g Naluri balik...
Biaq la bayar lebih skit, mahai pun xpa la...janji puas hati...

Buku jadual immunization Khalysh...
So far Alhamdulillah puas hati sgt...
Fulus nya pun..ehem ehem la kan... :)

Ni le dia Doc Khairul aka Doc rebonding... :)
Jgn maraaa...aaa hehehe...
Such a soft spoken person, sweet & friendly doc...
Tak rase cam dokter pun bile jumpa...
Cam sembang ngan kengkawan jer...
Tu yg best tu...
Tapi Khalysh dah kenal dah...
Muke ni dia mmg dah black list dah...
Nampak pintu bilik pun dia dah semacam dah...hahaha
Dia dah tau...dia nak kene cucuk...
Apa lagi...lum sempat papa nak duduk...
Dia dah meraung..." A-A-A-Aaa mauuuu!!!!"
" Bibuuuu Bi buuuuu Bi buuu..." panggil ibu...
Haih ibu baru nak snap gambar...xsmpai hati lak dengor...hahaha
Alaaa Khalysh ckit jer...haaa last one je nih...
Pas ni habish dah...
Bagi la segala mainan kt lam bilik tu...
Dah xde makne daaa...
Haih cakap pun dah jerit2...
Nak lawan sore Khalysh yg nyaring tu...huih sakan...
Sib baik papa yg pegang...kalo ibu habis tepelanting dah semer...

So pas ni plan utk pneumococcal vaccine plak ye Sayang.... :)
----RM280.00---- ajeee huhuuuu :)

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According to the World Health Organization's current estimates, one child dies of a pneumococcal disease every minute. Pneumococcal infection can cause ear infection, sinus infection, pneumonia, blood infection (bacteremia), and meningitis (infection of the covering of the brain). About 1 out of every 20 people who get pneumococcal pneumonia dies from it, as do about 2 out of every 10 who get bacteremia, and 3 out of 10 who get meningitis. Pneumococcal disease kills more people in the United States every year than all other vaccine-preventable diseases combined.

What is pneumococcal disease?

Pneumococcal disease is a severe bacterial infection caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae, also called pneumococcus. It may cause pneumonia, meningitis or a blood stream infection (bacteremia).

Who gets pneumococcal disease?

Although anyone can get pneumococcal disease, it occurs more frequently in infants, young children, African Americans, some Native American populations, the elderly or in people with serious underlying medical conditions such as chronic lung, heart or kidney disease. Others at risk include alcoholics, diabetics, people with weakened immune systems and those without a spleen.

How is the disease transmitted?

The pneumococcus is spread by airborne or direct exposure to respiratory droplets from a person who is infected or carrying the bacteria?

When does pneumococcal disease occur?

Infections occur most often during the winter and early spring when respiratory illnesses are more common.

How soon after exposure do symptoms occur?

The incubation period may vary but it is generally one to three days.

What are the symptoms?

Symptoms generally include an abrupt onset of fever and shaking or chills. Other common symptoms may include headache, cough, chest pain, disorientation, shortness of breath, weakness and occasionally a stiff neck.

How is pneumococcal disease diagnosed?

Doctors are able to diagnose pneumococcal disease based on the type of symptoms exhibited by the patient and specific laboratory cultures of sputum, blood or spinal fluid.

How is it treated?

Prompt treatment with antibiotics, such as penicillin or cephalosporin, is usually effective. However, penicillin-resistant strains of pneumococcus are increasingly being reported throughout the United States.

Is there a vaccine to prevent infection?

Yes. There are two types of vaccines currently in use, one of which is approved for children less than two years of age. Both vaccines are safe and reduce disease occurrence. Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine is recommended for all children less than 24 months old and for children between 24 and 59 months old who are at high risk of disease. Older children and adults with risk factors may receive the pneumococcal polysaccaride vaccine. Patients in high-risk categories should ask their health care provider or local health department about pneumococcal vaccine.

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7 comments:

  1. glemer lg doc khairul ni..hehehheh

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  2. waahhh ade doc rebonding ni....hehehe

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  3. alaaa siannya khalysh kene cucuk.. eesya pun dah selamat lepas dah.. hehe.. teruknya klinik kat ampang tu kak sarah.. kat bayan baru mujur ler ok.. hahaha.. jimat duit haku..

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  4. tu la mama eesya...kat bayan baru tu nasib klinik baru org dia pun best2 lakut...kt ampang ni dah buruk dah...besala...expected already...huhuuu

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  5. kalau cucuk kt private kejap je...tak bape saat pun nak cucuk tu mende simple gile je pun...tapi doc la yg cucuk bukan nurse eventou nurse senior ke...nak banding ngan duit yg kuar...huhuuu kusss smangat sib baik la duit papa...kikiki...

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  6. alaa chiannya khalysh kena cucuk...
    zafhran pun ida cucuk kt hosp lam wah ee je...takut nk g klinik gov nih..dh cm fobia (nurse bg jatuh zafhran ats tilam ms dlm pantang,ms timbang dia,nasib zxde pape)...
    dh mmg lahir kt sana cucuk pun kt sanalaa...mmg mahal skit sarah janji puas hati...

    next month naru nk cucuk pneumococol kt dia...
    rm200++...sarah nti add laa ida dlm list ek.. :)(ida,Penang )

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  7. slm ida...dulu balik penang pun gi refer kt lam wah ee utk khalysh duk bwh lampu biru tu kan...since dia pun premature...lam wah ee tu kiranya hosp private yg murah gile...imagine sarah sewa bilik private, sbb xsampai hati nak tiggalkan Khalysh kt hosp 3 hari...diorang caj bilik tu RM20 jer ya Allah best nyer...kalau kat sini bilik aje lum masuk peralatan lagi koman2 pun 2-3 ratus...

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