Vaccination information against autoimmune diseases #unemployment #mac #project
Ruhr University Bochum, December 7, 2022
People with #autoimmune diseases are at a higher risk than others for contracting infections, so severe that I would die from it in #hospital. That’s why universal protection against vaccination is so important. Coordinated together by the Vac Mac Project Team, Ruhr Department of Neurology – University of Bochum. Plus, there’s also a #podcast.
Lots of concerns and questions.
Immune-mediated chronic inflammatory diseases include multiple sclerosis (MS), various rheumatic inflammatory diseases, and chronic inflammatory bowel disease, abbreviated as MAC for MS, #arthritis, and #colitis. Diseases are often treated with medicine. #Immune system intervention to prevent an overactive immune response. This increases the risk of infection. “Therefore, it is especially important to ensure good vaccination protection for those affected,” says Professor Dr. Christine Hellweg, project manager of the Department of Neurology at Sankt Joseph #hospitalYthe #clinic the Ruhr University Bochum. “Unfortunately, many of them are still not immunized enough, which we also attribute to the lack of information.”
Patients walk away with many questions about their health goals as well as their children’s. Could vaccinations, for example, cause an outbreak? #Disease Activate or improve your progress? How is the work of #Vaccine really? And can they protect people from infection if their immune systems work? #Drug affected? The site provides answers to these and many other questions in a clear format. In addition, podcasts are regularly featured, which address questions on the topic and answer them in a generally understandable way. The site is aimed at both those affected and those receiving treatment. #the doctors.
About the project, in addition to the #clinic by the #neurology of the University Hospital of St. Joseph’s Hospital of the Department of General Medicine in the Ruhr area, the #University Prof. Dr. Horst Christian Vollmar and #Medical Department under the supervision of #Computer Science and #Biometrics at Ruhr University under the supervision of #Professor Nina Timmsfeld, University of Cologne, Sankt Elisabeth Group, University Hospital Jena, and Palmer Spare Box and Techpart Media & Science GmbH and #epidemiology.
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