Chickenpox is transmitted by direct contact with varicella and shingles virus, droplet infection or airborne infection.
The incubation period is 10 to 20 days, usually 13 to 17 days.
The rash is initially aokaze and shifts to blisters, pustules, and crusts.
The rash tends to appear more on the trunk, but also on the hair. Sometimes it has mild fever.
It is generally a mild disease, but it is severe in patients with leukemia or reduced immune function due to treatment.
One initial vaccinations 1 time between 12 months and less than 36 months old.
One booster shot once every three months or more (standard: 6-12 months) after initial vaccinations is 6-12 months)
We inoculate chickenpox vaccine twice in total.
1 to 3 years old (until the day before 3 years old)
Side reactions are rarely observed, but sometimes fever and rash are observed, and rarely local redness (redness), swelling (swelling), and swelling (swelling).
Induration is seen.
Rare side effects that rarely occur include anaphylaxis and acute thrombocytopenic purpura (about 1 per 1 million inoculations).
It has been reported.