Post-vaccine Care for Children

by Cathy Parkes November 22, 2023 Updated: February 16, 2024

Educate caregivers that after a vaccine it is normal for a child to have pain at the injection site, rash, or a fever.
Educate caregivers that after a vaccine it is normal for a child to have pain at the injection site, rash, or a fever. Instruct caregivers that while pain relievers may be given, avoid aspirin.

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