Stillwater Children Given Wrong Dose of H1N1 Vaccine
A Stillwater Clinic says a hundred children were given the wrong dosage of the H1N1 vaccine ( they received DOUBLE THE DOSE)
Meanwhile the coincidental adverse events....
H1N1 vaccine: New warnings, side effects to consider ABC15.com (KNXV-TV.Mom is featured who says the HIB gave her son autism...
Video of mom talking about regression after vaccines...ABC 15
VIDEO: H1N1 Vaccine Reactions: Anxiety or Not KHON2 A Windward Oahu man says he experienced stomach cramps, cold sweats and tightness of his throat minutes after receiving the H1N1 vaccine. He says it was not anxiety. He is a proponent of the flu shot and has never had a reaction, until last Thursday.
"Within a minute I start feeling some strange feelings in my stomach," said Popovich. "As soon as I sat down I started to sweat like tears on the side of my head. The next thing I know my throat starts getting horsed and I'm talking like this and I put my hand to my throat and I go oh my I God."
He says it felt like he was blacking out when a pharmacist gave him a shot of adrenaline to his leg. He was taken by ambulance to Kuakini Hospital. Two days later an allergist concluded he may have suffered from an anxiety attack. ...and the victim WOULD DO IT AGAIN!
BC sees spike in severe reactions to flu shot Globe and Mail
As Canadian health officials assured the public that the pandemic H1N1 vaccine is as safe as the seasonal flu shot, at least one province is reporting almost double the rate of severe allergic reactions.
British Columbia Centre for Disease Control said it is probing why residents suffered anaphylaxis at a higher rate compared with the previous five seasonal-flu-vaccination programs, suggesting it could be because some people received H1N1 and the seasonal flu shot simultaneously.
It will be several more weeks before B.C. officials can definitively attribute the spike in the rate - 2.2 per 100,000 doses distributed, compared to 1.2 per 100,000 doses. None of the 18 anaphylaxis reactions in B.C. resulted in death.
Quebec health officials investigating possible death from H1N1 vaccine The Canadian Press
Quebec health officials are investigating a death they believe is related to an adverse reaction to the H1N1 vaccine.
Dr. Horacio Arruda, Quebec's director of public health protection, called it a very rare case. The person, who was in his or her 80s, died in the last three weeks. No gender or hometown was given out.
Arruda told a Quebec City news conference on Tuesday that 23 people in the province have had severe adverse reactions to the vaccine.
But he insists there is no evidence the vaccine is dangerous.
Arruda notes that most severe reactions occur within 15 minutes of an inoculation.
2 Manitobans die within week of H1N1 shot CBC.ca
Manitoba health officials are investigating the deaths of two people who died within a week of getting the H1N1 vaccine shot.
However, the province's top doctor said it's unlikely the vaccine caused their deaths.
There have been 69 "adverse events" after people received the swine flu shot, and eight were considered serious, Dr. Joel Kettner said, adding that figure falls within the expected range of reaction to the vaccine.
The Public Health Agency of Canada describes serious adverse events as:
Events that cause life-threatening reactions such as anaphylaxis, where the body experiences a massive allergic reaction or convulsions brought on by fever.
Events that trigger neurological reactions such as Guillain-Barré syndrome, where a person experiences a sudden onset of weakness or paralysis.
Events that result in hospitalization, disability, birth defects or death.
Quebec man dies after H1N1 shot The Gazette
Health officials are investigating the death of an elderly Quebec man following vaccination against H1N1 flu.
But officials said it is too early to determine whether the man, believed to be in his 80s, succumbed to underlying health conditions or whether the vaccine played a role in his death.
The man died sometime in the last three weeks, but the provincial health department refused to give details, citing confidentiality.
Speaking at the daily briefing in Quebec City, Dr. Horacio Arruda, director of the protection branch of the Quebec Public Health agency, declined to provide such information as the victim's age, in which region he lived and whether he died shortly after inoculation or days later.
FDA Reassures Doctors Skeptical Of H1N1 Vaccine NPR