Suggest ‘hypertensive patients’ what to do? Before getting COVID vaccine, 2 to 4 hours after injection, what activity should not be performed? For the vaccine to function fully
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Date 30 May ’64 Facebook page Thai Koo Fah Disclose guidelines for the patient. ‘High blood pressure’ The need to get the COVID-19 vaccine
‘High blood pressure’ Is considered a congenital disease And have risk factors for the severity of COVID-19 That must be vaccinated first, so patients with this disease. Therefore, it is important to understand how to prepare your body before getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
In this Associate Professor Kiatrakrungtham Executive Director of the Covid-19 Vaccine Development Program Vaccine Research Center Faculty of Medicine Chulalongkorn recommends that preparation for patients with hypertension With no complications such as heart disease Before getting COVID-19 vaccine Must control the pressure to not exceed 140 mm Hg.
If there is already high blood pressure such as the elderly Must take medication regularly Get enough rest If high blood pressure is above normal, a doctor’s consultation is required.
After the injection is completed within 2 – 4 hours should not do anything. For the vaccine to function fully And can take regular medications Except taking antiplatelet drugs Or drugs to dissolve blood clots That must immediately notify the doctor Because there may be a side effect of bleeding in the muscle at the injection site. With the appearance of swelling or bruising of blood
However, patients with high blood pressure. Should not stop taking medication for vaccination. Unless your doctor advises you to temporarily stop the drug. For more accurate vaccine results