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Hepatitis A Vaccine Malaysia Promo Price (Kids) @RM 211.70

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Hepatitis A Vaccine Malaysia Promo Price (Kids)

 

  • Hepatitis A vaccine
  • Paediatrician’s consultation

 

Get the hepatitis A vaccine in Malaysia at a promo price with Sunway Specialist Centre Damansara today.

Sunway Specialist Centre Damansara offers a hepatitis A vaccine in Malaysia at a price of RM 211.70. This price includes both the vaccination jab and also paediatrician’s consultation.

Hepatitis A is a liver disease caused by the hepatitis A virus. In children less than 6 years old, symptoms may not exist. However, for infected adults, they will suffer from conditions such as jaundice, throwing up, fatigue, joint pain, stomach pain and lesser appetite.

Why is hepatitis A vaccine important?

Hepatitis A can be spread from people to people even when one does not exhibit any signs or symptoms of the disease. A person can go up to 2 weeks without showing any symptoms at all. This makes hepatitis A highly contagious. People who are infected may get sick for a few weeks or months and eventually recover. But, there are rare cases where hepatitis A causing liver failure and in severe case, death.

 

Get Quality Hepatitis A Vaccine Malaysia At Affordable Price Today!

 

How is hepatitis A spread?

Hepatitis A virus is found in the faeces and blood of an infected person. Here are several ways in which hepatitis A is spread:

  • close contact with an infected person – hepatitis A is very contagious, taking care of someone who is ill may risk the healthy person to be infected
  • eating contaminated foods or drinks – contamination of the food can happen at any point of the process from harvesting to after cooking

How long does the hepatitis A virus can survive outside?

Hepatitis A virus can survive outside the body for months. Therefore, it’s extremely important to heat the food up at a temperature of at least 85 degrees Celsius for more than 1 minute. The virus lives on at freezing temperatures, making it possible to spread the infection through contaminated frozen imported foods.

Valid until 30 June 2021. Terms and conditions apply.