postvaccination

postvaccination

(ˌpəʊstˌvæksɪˈneɪʃən)
adj
(Medicine) occurring after a vaccination
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Compared with [patients] without DMARDs, patients [taking DMARDs] had lower postvaccination antibody levels, [lower] mean fold increase in antibody concentration, and [a lower] percentage of patients reaching putative protective antibody levels for both serotypes," the authors wrote.
The patient, a man aged 51 years, was evaluated in an outpatient clinic on postvaccination day 21, at which time physical exam revealed a nonpainful, nonpruritic, mixed maculopapular and vesicular rash (approximately 50 total lesions) involving the patient's face, torso, groin, and arms.
In addition to incorporating a language change similar to the aforementioned one--the only difference being that now, the recommendations will explicitly mention postvaccination serologic testing within 2 months of series completion --under the minimum dosing intervals for interrupted vaccination schedules, the second bullet has been modified to say "final dose" instead of "third dose," as it currently does.
Adenovirus-associated deaths in US military during postvaccination period, 1999-2010.
A revision to the footnote for the hepatitis B vaccine to clarify the timing as well as the new CDC-recommended interval for postvaccination serologic testing of infants born to hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg)-positive mothers.
Reversible postvaccination paraneoplastic encephalomyelitis in a patient with lung adenocarcinoma.
Did the fact that Daisee was treated with Lyssin postvaccination affect the treatment with a tautode?
Normal inoculation site reactions include up to 5 mm of erythematous induration, which progresses to a bluish-red pustule two to three weeks post-vaccination, subsequent ulceration, drainage, exudative crust formation after four to six weeks, and full healing 10-12 weeks postvaccination, leaving a small residual scar.
In conclusion, physicians must be aware of this rare but serious side effect when prescribing Td vaccination and postvaccination TM must be kept in mind when making the differential diagnosis of TM.
However, there is currently no recommendation for postvaccination serologic testing to ensure protection, and records may no longer be available for some people who did have such testing earlier in their careers.
In addition, the viral load of the vaccine viruses (ILTV, NDV, and IBV) was quantified 3 and 5 days postvaccination also using qPCR.
Syncope and fainting are common in preteens and teens after injections, the CDC notes, making the recommended 15-minute postvaccination observation period extremely important.