It is a tremendous testimonial to how dedicated people in our institution are to the health of their coworkers and our patients that these busy senior medical leaders took time to talk to people who were unimmunized
, Adderson said.
Newer data indicate that patients who die are most likely to be unimmunized
Quakertown, PA, USA) were candled to select well-developed embryos and randomly distributed into 4 groups (20 eggs/group) as follows (Table 1): i) unimmunized
and uninfected control group, ii) unimmunized
and Eimeria maxima (E.
5% were unimmunized
, there was no statistical significant association between gender of under-fives and immunization status (Table 5 and Figure 3).
None of the unimmunized
waiting room contacts was pregnant, had an immunocompromising medical condition, or was undergoing immunomodulatory treatment.
In addition to making 578 phone calls and sending 808 exposure notification letters, TPH issued 153 exclusions to unimmunized
and underimmunized persons associated with high-risk settings (e.
It affects people of all ages, but most often it strikes unimmunized
05) up-regulated in all the immunized group at all the time interval under study as compared to unimmunized
control group (Fig.
Twenty were born to immunized women and 638 to unimmunized
women, a case rate of 0.
In an analysis of studies and reports related to measles and pertussis outbreaks, researchers found that of the 970 measles cases with detailed vaccination data, 574 involved people who were unimmunized
despite being eligible for the vaccine and 71 percent of unvaccinated cases included nonmedical vaccine exemptions.
Infants born to mothers who received flu immunization during pregnancy were 70% less likely to contract lab-confirmed influenza and 81% less likely to be hospitalized for flu before age 6 months, compared with infants of unimmunized
mothers, a study reaffirmed.