revaccinate


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revaccinate

(ˌriːˈvæksɪˌneɪt)
vb (tr)
(Medicine) to vaccinate (a person or animal) again

revaccinate


Past participle: revaccinated
Gerund: revaccinating

Imperative
revaccinate
revaccinate
Present
I revaccinate
you revaccinate
he/she/it revaccinates
we revaccinate
you revaccinate
they revaccinate
Preterite
I revaccinated
you revaccinated
he/she/it revaccinated
we revaccinated
you revaccinated
they revaccinated
Present Continuous
I am revaccinating
you are revaccinating
he/she/it is revaccinating
we are revaccinating
you are revaccinating
they are revaccinating
Present Perfect
I have revaccinated
you have revaccinated
he/she/it has revaccinated
we have revaccinated
you have revaccinated
they have revaccinated
Past Continuous
I was revaccinating
you were revaccinating
he/she/it was revaccinating
we were revaccinating
you were revaccinating
they were revaccinating
Past Perfect
I had revaccinated
you had revaccinated
he/she/it had revaccinated
we had revaccinated
you had revaccinated
they had revaccinated
Future
I will revaccinate
you will revaccinate
he/she/it will revaccinate
we will revaccinate
you will revaccinate
they will revaccinate
Future Perfect
I will have revaccinated
you will have revaccinated
he/she/it will have revaccinated
we will have revaccinated
you will have revaccinated
they will have revaccinated
Future Continuous
I will be revaccinating
you will be revaccinating
he/she/it will be revaccinating
we will be revaccinating
you will be revaccinating
they will be revaccinating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been revaccinating
you have been revaccinating
he/she/it has been revaccinating
we have been revaccinating
you have been revaccinating
they have been revaccinating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been revaccinating
you will have been revaccinating
he/she/it will have been revaccinating
we will have been revaccinating
you will have been revaccinating
they will have been revaccinating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been revaccinating
you had been revaccinating
he/she/it had been revaccinating
we had been revaccinating
you had been revaccinating
they had been revaccinating
Conditional
I would revaccinate
you would revaccinate
he/she/it would revaccinate
we would revaccinate
you would revaccinate
they would revaccinate
Past Conditional
I would have revaccinated
you would have revaccinated
he/she/it would have revaccinated
we would have revaccinated
you would have revaccinated
they would have revaccinated
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'What the governments need to do in those states is to revaccinate kids quickly and then that rare case would disappear,' he said.
Considering these studies, it seems prudent to revaccinate children without a BCG scar in developing countries with high under 5 mortality.
But Murphy, who has not vaccinated the majority of his us it disaster horses since last July, will now be forced to revaccinate most of his charges as he bids to get them back on the turf.
A study in the US showed that the majority 60.2% did not delay or refuse to revaccinate their children and the parents who delayed or refused to revaccinate their children were concerned about the safety of vaccines.
If those antibodies exist, why revaccinate?" I had to titre test one of my own dogs who had seemed to have a reaction to an annual vaccination.
We agreed we should revaccinate with a different product, and then run another titer test.
So, it's that time of year again when your vet is sending you reminders to revaccinate your pet; you feel like it was just yesterday you were there updating their vaccinations!
CDC said despite the findings, it is not recommending that parents revaccinate their children.
"The study opens the door to consider whether the most effective strategy - would be to revaccinate adolescents in order to restore their immunity to these viruses," not the development of a new vaccine against new strains of the mumps virus, the FDA statement said.
Consequently, the great majority of practicing veterinarians now agree that the broad objectives of vaccination should be (1) to vaccinate the largest possible number of animals in the population at risk for a specific disease; (2) vaccinate only against infectious agents to which a cat has a realistic risk of exposure and subsequent development of disease; and (3) revaccinate each animal no more frequently than is necessary.
"There are parts of Birmingham we should begin to revaccinate. Sandwell and Birmingham have the worst rates in the West Midlands, equal to the worst rates in London.