Tetanus is a bacterial infection most commonly contracted during gardening or through injuries such as cuts or wounds.

Symptoms include spasm in the cheek, neck, soldier and back, which often leads to muscle tear and bone fractures. The only way to know for sure is to see your GP.

Professor Robert Booy explains the prevention of tetanus through a series of vaccinations.

Produced by chainofprotection.org

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