The Immunization of Adults and Children

Margaret et al.’s article on the provision of safety vaccines for children and adults entail a comprehensive, evidence-based practices on immunization against prevailing diseases. The article critically presents a discussion on the appropriate methodologies that have been adopted in the healthcare for fighting human diseases some of which have been eradicated, for example, smallpox. Notably, the authors provide substantive methodological approaches based on evidence and causality and that have been advocated in the practice, for instance, implementation of children immunization schedule.

The article further provides honest advice concerning the characterization of various diseases and their association with particular demographic groups by age and gender. The implication of the research studies is the establishment of immunization programs of the pregnant women and children has enhanced their safety. An analysis of diseases and congruent inoculation have been matched in the treatment of illnesses such as hepatitis, influenza, diphtheria and tetanus. Moreover, the vaccines for the respective diseases have been discussed and a schedule of administration by the nurses in hospitals drawn.

Analysis of the methodology employed in administering the vaccine provides a guideline for treating various diseases, common among infants and adults. The article does not hesitate to present the role of the nursing personnel in ensuring human safety. The sections of the article have apparently discussed the right measures required to the particular health condition of the patients depending on their age and gender….



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