Siste nytt innen Helse og Vaksiner!

With regard to acute and chronic conditions, vaccinated
children were significantly less likely than the unvaccinated to have
had chickenpox and pertussis but, contrary to expectation, were
significantly more likely to have been diagnosed with otitis media,
pneumonia, allergic rhinitis, eczema, and NDD. The vaccinated were
also more likely to have used antibiotics, allergy and fever medications;
to have been fitted with ventilation ear tubes; visited a doctor for a
health issue in the previous year, and been hospitalized. The reason for
hospitalization and the age of the child at the time were not determined,
but the latter finding appears consistent with a study of 38,801 reports
to the VAERS of infants who were hospitalized or had died after
receiving vaccinations. The study reported a linear relationship between
the number of vaccine doses administered at one time and the rate of
hospitalization and death; moreover, the younger the infant at the time
of vaccination, the higher was the rate of hospitalization and death
[55]. The hospitalization rate increased from 11% for 2 vaccine doses
to 23.5% for 8 doses (r2
= 0.91), while the case fatality rate increased
significantly from 3.6% for those receiving from 1-4 doses to 5.4 % for
those receiving from 5-8 doses.