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Refresher on potential reactions to vaccines from patients with IDDs

Refresher on Potential Reactions to Vaccines from Patients with IDDs

Canadian Healthcare Network, March 2021

Refresher on potential Reactions

DR. CRAIG ESCUDÉ

People with more significant levels of intellectual and developmental disabilities are less likely to use words. Bevahiours that could be perceived as ‘acting out’ may be the only sign that they are experiencing arm soreness, nausea, fatigue, body aches, chills or generalized discomfort due to a recent vaccination.

 

Feature originally published by The Medical Post.

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