Uses of medication: The REVAC-B vaccine is an active immunizing agent used in the prevention of hepatitis B infection. It works by stimulating the individual body against the Hepatitis B infection. This injection should be administered by a doctor or healthcare professional to ensure its proper vaccination.
Dosage: REVAC-B is available in injection form that is directly injected intramuscularly in muscles of the thigh or buttock. The injection should always be administered by the health care provider to minimise the risk of overdose. There is a particular duration of vaccination so that missed dose is avoided. In an event of missed dose or overdose, talk to your healthcare provider.
Treatment reactions: Some common side effect of Revac-B are given as:
- Loss of appetite
- Anaphylactic reaction
- Abdominal pain
- Blocked nose
- Decreased blood pressure
- Feeling of discomfort
Warnings and precautions:
- Avoid taking alcohol or alcoholic beverages during the vaccination period.
- Do not take this vaccination in case you are suffering from any blood disorder.
- Consult with your doctor about any allergy with the ingredient of the vaccine.