Contrary to anxieties voiced by neonatologists, no outbreak of rotavirus has occurred in newborn units since the introduction of the vaccine. The concern from nurses and doctors that the immature immunological system of preterm babies could make them become susceptible to the acquisition of infection from Rotarix has not been borne out. The information in the Summary of Product Characteristic does not allude to such safety concerns even in asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic HIV positive infants. All neonatal units started giving the Rotavirus vaccine since the change to the routine vaccine schedule. This is an excellent compliance with recommendations of the Department of Health.
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