Medical English: Vaccine Terminology

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🌟In recent days, news of the Covid global pandemic has become hotter than ever

over. Scientists around the world have been focusing on finding effective solutions to

disease control, diagnosis, treatment and prevention. And the vaccine is considered one

Critical solutions for epidemic prevention of Covid-19

So what is a vaccine? How does it work? In this article, find himvanyds

understand and learn some vaccine terms

💥First of all, as you learn about vaccines and how they protect you, it may be helpful to

understand the difference between: vaccines, vaccinations, and immunizations.

1️⃣ Vaccine

A vaccine is made from very small amounts of weak or dead germs (germs) that can

cause diseases – for example, viruses (virus), bacteria (bacteria), or toxins.

It prepares your body to fight the disease faster, more effectively so you won’t get sick.

Ex: Children younger than age 13 need 2 doses of the chickenpox vaccine (chickenpox vaccine).

2️⃣ Vaccination

Vaccination (vaccination / vaccination) is the act of getting a vaccine, usually as a shot.

Ex: Schedule your tetanus vaccination (tetanus vaccination) today.

3️⃣ Immunization

Immunization (Immunization) is the process of becoming immune to (protected against) a

disease.

Ex: Because of continued and widespread immunization in the United States, it’s rare for

Americans to get polio (polio).

🧐🧐So you know some more vaccine terms, let’s try to find out

How does it work?

SO, HOW VACCINES WORK?

📌 A vaccine works by training the immune system to recognize and combat pathogens

(the agent), either viruses or bacteria. To do this, certain molecules from the

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pathogen must be introduced into the body to trigger an immune response (activated

immune response).

The vaccine works by training the immune system to recognize and fight off

pathogens, whether viruses or bacteria. To do this, certain molecules

from the pathogen must be introduced into the body to activate an immune response.

📌 These molecules are called antigens (antigen), and they are present on all

viruses and bacteria. By injecting these antigens into the body, the immune system can

safely learn to recognize them as hostile invaders, produce antibodies (antibodies), and

remember them for the future.

These molecules are called antigens, and they are present on all viruses

and bacteria. By injecting these antigens into the body, the immune system is able to

learn to safely recognize them as hostile invaders, generate antibodies and

remember them for the future.

📌 If the bacteria or virus reappears, the immune system will recognize the antigens

immediately and attack aggressively well before the pathogen can spread and cause

sickness.

If bacteria or viruses reappear, the immune system will recognize the antigen

immediately and vigorously attack before the pathogen can spread and cause disease.

🌞Hope the above article will help you get more knowledge and basic terms when

Refers to the term vaccine. Try using the vocabulary learned and find out

How does covid19 vaccine in the world happen?

☘️Wishing you a new week full of energy and joy ^^
Thao Doan
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#anhvanyds
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