Monday, 11. June 2012
‘Our message to patients is that it’s not too late to get vaccinated. Most medical practices are vaccinations available and would be more than willing to vaccinate eligible patients.’The team’s findings also indicate the smallest amount of leptin required to normalize food intake of animals, and levels of blood sugar.
‘In a year in which the government hopes to save money, leaving a greater proportion of the population vulnerable to the risk of contracting the flu spending much more serious implications of primary and secondary care. The doctors do what they can, but we ask the government to increase their advertising to highlight the safety and effectiveness of flu shots. ‘
We realize that many patients have concerns about the H1N1 component of the vaccine against seasonal flu this year and why he chose to opt out. The BMA believes that we must continue to give high priority to influenza vaccination. We believe that the Department should increase its promotion of vaccinations and also provide a comprehensive and accessible information to reassure the public about the H1N1 component.
‘Family doctors are already high rates, and they said they are also less absorption than usual for vaccination against seasonal flu. Myths persist about the safety of the vaccine, particularly after. The vaccine has been tested and patients strongly to make an appointment with the doctor and get vaccinated.
1′At risk groups ‘include people over 65 years, suffers from a chronic heart or chest complaint, including,,, lowered immunity due to illness or drug or steroid treatment people in places like nursing homes where flu could spread quickly, and others with a serious medical condition. This year, it is also recommended that women not pregnant in high-risk groups that have not been previously vaccinated against influenza are seasonal flu shot.
We would be willing to assist the department in an effort to increase immunization coverage in every possible way, and I look forward to hearing how you think that we can better address this situation.
GP leaders are deeply worried about is preparing a major crisis this winter and ask the government to intensify the campaign of vaccination against seasonal influenza.
Early indications suggest that the spread of seasonal influenza vaccination among target groups for this year is lower than in previous years. The British Medical Association is deeply concerned about this trend. The reduction of absorption means that many patients at risk will be left vulnerable to flu viruses, and then the epidemic season could be much worse this year.
I am writing to raise concerns about PCG low absorption rate of vaccination against seasonal influenza.
We have received many reports of CML, and practices across the UK, uptake of vaccination is lower than in previous years.