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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Subsequently, the revaccination is carried out at the age of 6 years with diphtheria-tetanus toxin (ADP), followed by diphtheria-tetanus toxin with reduced antigen content (ADP-M) at 16 years.
'It has been the lack of full energy about the revaccination campaigns, all we need to do is to go and do emergency campaigns where there have been cases.
Seven reports detailed that patients were offered revaccination with the current season's influenza vaccine; of these, three confirmed revaccination.
Furthermore, to reduce the risk as far as possible of getting a negative rabies blood test result, requiring revaccination and retesting 30 days later, it may be worth discussing with your vet the possibility of repeating the rabies vaccination (even if it is not due) prior to getting the blood test done to avoid the delays associated with a negative blood result.
The veterinary officer said revaccination of kids and lambs could be done at six months old together with adult breeding goats and sheep before the mating season for them to carry on the antibodies to the next set of kids and lambs to be born.
Hepatitis B revaccination of infant nonresponders is now simpler.
Despite all these strategies, there were no official guidelines available for standardised revaccination regimes for the non-responders (Walayat et al., 2015).
Sohail between 2016 and 2018, you should contact a new primary care provider to consider revaccination."
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 20, 2018-Aeras updates results from Phase 2 tuberculosis trial of new BCG revaccination strategies
M2 PHARMA-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.