Why are some vaccines given to the shoulder?

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why vaccines are given to shoulders

We know that covid vaccine is administered to the shoulder. Except for the polio vaccine, the majority of vaccines are administered to the shoulder muscles.

These vaccines are not as common as regular nerve injections. The presence of β€œDELTOID MUSCLES” is the reason why the vaccines are only given to shoulder muscles.

These (DELTOID MUSCLES) contain immunity-boosting “DENTRIC NERVOUS.” This Dentric nervous system recognises the antigen immediately after receiving the vaccine and transporting it to immunity-boosting lymphocytes.

Lymphocytes are classified into two types: B lymphocytes and T lymphocytes. The β€˜B’ lymphocyte is in charge of antibiotic production, while the β€˜T’ lymphocyte is in charge of immunological reactions in the body.

It should be noted that some lymphocytes live only a few days, while others live for many years.

To return to the main topic, antigens from vaccines are directly taken up by lymphocytes by the dentric nervous system. The ‘B’ and ‘T’ lymphocytes react immediately and prepare antibodies.

The reason why vaccine is not directly given to veins is that veins are only spared to other veins, but antibody preparation takes a long time.

Furthermore, if the vaccine is administered to the shoulder muscles, the pain remains localised and does not spread to other parts of the body.

It is important to understand that administering the vaccine to the shoulder muscles will result in fewer side effects.

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