revaccinate

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revaccinate

(ˌriːˈvæksɪˌneɪt)
vb (tr)
(Medicine) to vaccinate (a person or animal) again
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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
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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Therefore, the wisest way to minimize the chances that your cat can be afflicted with vaccine-associated sarcoma--while still adequately protected against life-threatening infections--is to make sure that the animal receives the initial set of core vaccines, but then to limit the number of revaccinations that it receives during its lifetime to those that are necessary.
Another revaccination should be administered one year after the initial vaccination, and booster shots should be given every three years thereafter.
multiple revaccinations because of insufficient data regarding clinical benefit, particularly the degree and duration of protection, and safety.
ACIP recommendations for revaccination with PPSV23 among the adult patient groups at greatest risk for IPD (i.e., persons with functional or anatomic asplenia and persons with immunocompromising conditions) remain unchanged (2).
This week the clinics are sending letters to patients recommending revaccinations. There will be no charge to the patients.
With vaccine coverage between 64% and 74%, 1 death was prevented for every estimated 302 vaccinations, and 1 death was prevented for every estimated 195 revaccinations, the investigators said (JAMA 2004;292:2089-95).
"We anticipate adverse events in revaccinations may be higher than before."
Also, as immunity of past vaccines wanes over decades, revaccinations would be needed.
Death is rare after vaccinia vaccination, with approximately 1 to 2 deaths per million primary vaccinations and 0.1 death per million revaccinations. Death is most often the result of postvaccinial encephalitis or progressive vaccinia.
(3) Data from relatively small studies describe levels (titers) of vaccine-induced neutralizing antibodies for up to 50 years after vaccination or revaccination (28,29).