revaccination


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revaccination

(ˌriːˌvæksɪˈneɪʃən)
n
(Medicine) a second or subsequent vaccination of a person who or animal that has already been vaccinated
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revaccination

n revacunación f
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At the same time, in the Yagodninsky urban district, the plan for vaccination and revaccination against measles of adults was fulfilled by 203.
Sohail between 2016 and 2018, you should contact a new primary care provider to consider revaccination.
M2 PHARMA-February 20, 2018-Aeras updates results from Phase 2 tuberculosis trial of new BCG revaccination strategies
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 20, 2018-Aeras updates results from Phase 2 tuberculosis trial of new BCG revaccination strategies
In a prevention-of-infection Phase 2 trial conducted in South Africa, revaccination with the Bacille Calmette-Guerin vaccine significantly reduced sustained TB infections in adolescents.
A health board spokesman said: "We would like to reassure children and parents that the vaccines are safe and effective, and all children that received the vaccine will benefit from it and do not require revaccination.
We would like to reassure the children and parents that the vaccines are safe and effective to use, and all children that received the vaccine will benefit from it and do not require revaccination.
8% had anti-HBs greater than or equal to 100 mIU / mL and thus didn't receive the third revaccination.
In the report, "Notes from the Field: Administration Error Involving a Meningococcal Conjugate Vaccine--United States, March 1, 2010--September 22, 2015," on page 162, the end of the first paragraph should contain an additional sentence as follows: "However, because serogroup A meningococcal disease is rare in the United States, patients only receiving the liquid MenCYW-135 component ofMenveo might not need revaccination, unless international travel is anticipated (especially travel to Africa) (3,6).
During 2012, we further evaluated the need for revaccination of laboratory workers by examining barriers to revaccination and the potential for persistence of immunity in laboratory workers at the Laboratory Response Network (LRN) variola testing sites who had received at least 1 smallpox vaccination since 2003.
Revaccination is not routinely recommended for individuals who completed the three-dose series with the quadrivalent HPV vaccine or the bivalent HPV vaccine, the committee noted.
Referral to an allergy specialist is recommended to assess whether the vaccine was responsible for the allergic reaction, which component may have been responsible and to consider the risk-benefit ratio of revaccination.