TRESIVAC

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Tresivac

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Brand name:- Tresivac

Manufacturer:- Serum Institute Of India Ltd

Dosage form:- Injection 

Strength:- 0.5mL 

Packaging:- Vial and PFS

Immunization:- Measles, Mumps, and Rubella

Storage:- Store in a refrigerator

Composition:- Measles Vaccine (Live) (1000ccid50) + Mumps Virus Vaccine (5000ccid50) + Rubella vaccine (Live) (1000ccid50)

Overview of Vaccine

Tresivac vaccine is a combination of three medicines used to immune individuals against Measles, Mumps, and Rubella. It stimulates immunity to protect and fight against such infections. This vaccine covers the protection against three highly contagious diseases. This is why it becomes necessary for individuals to get the immunization done. 

Usage of Tresivac

Tresivac vaccine protects the individuals for life from Measles, Mumps, and Rubella. It is indicated to children and is administered in two doses. Its first dose is given to children aged 9 months to 15 months. Its second dose can be given 4 months post the first dose. However, this medication can be administered to children up to 6 years of age.

Contraindications 

Tresivac injection may not be safe for use in certain cases. Before administering this vaccine, it is important to know in which cases is the vaccine not recommended. Here’s a list of cases in which you should not administer the Tresivac vaccine. 

  • Severe infections 

  • HIV

  • AIDS

  • Cancer

  • Tuberculosis

  • Hypersensitivity 

  • Allergy

Does Tresivac show any Side Effects?

Tresivac vaccine, being a combination of three medicines, may show some side effects after its administration. Such effects may be mild, moderate, or severe in different individuals. However, they may possibly be managed at home with rest and proper care. The following is a classification of some of the side effects. Make sure to contact a doctor immediately if side effects occur and worsen. 

Common Side Effects 

  • Dizziness 

  • Diarrhea 

  • Weakness 

  • Skin rash 

  • Itching 

  • Injection site soreness 

  • Headache 

  • Cough 

  • Joint pain 

  • Muscle ache 

Rare Side Effects 

  • Trouble in breathing

  • Rapid heartbeat 

  • Hives 

  • Bruising or discoloration 

  • Confusion 

  • Fever 

  • Double Vision

  • Sensation of Stinging

  • Sensation of Burning

Other Side Effects 

  • Irritability

  • Pain or discomfort

  • Nausea 

  • Vomiting 

  • Tenderness 

  • Erythema

Dosage 

  • It is indicated to children and is administered in two doses. 

  • Its first dose is given to children aged 9 months to 15 months. 

  • Its second dose can be given 4 months post the first dose. 

  • However, this medication can be administered to children up to 6 years of age. 

  • A nurse or healthcare provider will administer this vaccine to you. 

  • Do not try to self-administer. 

  • It is important to discuss the side effects and possibility of adverse reactions associated with its administration.

General Warnings and Precautions

  • Tresivac vaccine does not assure protection against any disease other than Measles, Mumps, and Rubella. 

  • A nurse or healthcare provider will administer this vaccine to you. Do not try to self-administer. 

  • Discuss the side effects and possibility of adverse reactions associated with its administration. Also, learn about the ways to manage the side effects at home. 

  • Be sure to make your doctor aware of the medicines you take (prescription and non-prescription drugs), along with any current treatment or scheduled surgery. 

Special Warnings

  • Pregnancy 

    • Tresivac vaccine may not be recommended for use in pregnant women due to an increased risk of adverse reactions. Please contact your healthcare professional. 

  • Breastfeeding 

    • This vaccine may not be safe during breastfeeding. However, if your doctor prescribes it, make sure to discuss the risks and benefits. 

  • Liver function 

    • Tresivac vaccine may probably be safe for use and have no or minimal effect on the functioning of the liver. 

  • Kidney function 

    • Tresivac vaccine may probably be safe for use and have no or minimal effect on the functioning of the kidneys.

Q1. What is the use of the Tresivac vaccine?

Ans. Tresivac vaccine is a prescription medicine used to immune individuals against Measles, Mumps, and Rubella. It stimulates immunity to protect and fight against such infections. 

Q2. What are the common side effects of the Tresivac vaccine?

Ans. Some of the common side effects of the Tresivac vaccine are rash on the skin, itching, cough, diarrhea, nausea, migraine, muscle ache, dizziness, swollen glands, vomiting, etc. It is important to approach a healthcare professional if side effects last longer than usual. 

Q3. In what strength is the Tresivac vaccine given?

Ans. Tresivac vaccine is administered to the individual with a strength of 0.5mL.  

Q4. How should I take a Tresivac injection?

Ans. Tresivac injection is given by a nurse or a medical professional. It is advised to avoid its self-administration.

Q5. How is the Tresivac injection stored?

Ans. Store Tresivac vaccine in a refrigerator (2 - 8°C). Do not freeze. 

Q6. Is it safe to drive after taking this injection?

Ans. After administering the Tresivac vaccine, avoid driving and operating heavy machinery if you experience drowsiness. This is because it may hinder your ability to concentrate.

Q7. Is the Tresivac vaccine safe for use in kidney patients?

Ans. Tresivac vaccines may be safe for use as they may not affect the functioning of the kidney. However, it is necessary to contact a medical professional.

Q8. Is the Tresivac vaccine safe to use in breastfeeding women?

Ans. This vaccine may not be safe during breastfeeding. However, if your doctor prescribes it, make sure to discuss the risks and benefits. 

Q9. Does the Tresivac vaccine damage the liver?

Ans. Tresivac vaccine may probably be safe for use and have no or minimal effect on the functioning of the liver.

Q10. Is it safe to take the Tresivac vaccine during pregnancy?

Ans. Tresivac vaccine may not be recommended for use in pregnant women due to an increased risk of adverse reactions. Please contact your healthcare professional.

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