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Vaccinations

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A vaccine is the preparation of dead microorganisms, living weakened microorganisms or inactivated toxins. Its administration induces the development of immunity and protection against a pathogen or toxin and is called a vaccination.
You Could go to cvs pharmacy and get your vaccaine there hope you go!
There are various places to have a vaccination a hospital, sometimes Wal Mart will let you purchase them that is a couple of places you can get them.
Live attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV) is a type of influenzavaccine in the form of a nasal spray that used to be recommended toprevent influenza.
When one is vaccinated, the risk of getting the disease they are being vaccinated against goes down greatly. They are also at less risk of being a carrier of the disease and passing it onto those who cannot fight the disease off, such as the elderly, the young, and those with compromised immune...
They are at risk for multiple diseases that can be easily  prevented.
artificially acquired active immunity
It's a very faulty theory. Vaccines for certain viruses have traces of the virus it's meant to protect from. They believe the immune system will adjust & familiar itself with the virus. But on some occasions, you can actually get the virus you're trying to protect yourself from by being...
Dr. Jonas Salk of La Jolla, California, developed the first polio vaccination. It was widely used in 1955 and for many years longer. The Salk Institute went on to do more important scientific developments.
Anybody that has entered elementary school . Schools require ALL students to have the proper and up to date vaccinations.
The vaccine that left a circular mark on some people's arms was the smallpox vaccination. Not all people got the mark. Some have the mark on their arm because they fussed over the vaccination site and sometimes the people jerked when they were pricked with the needle. The needle was not injected...
This information came from Wikipedia under the heading of PERTUSSIS. It lists the scientists who contributed to the development of the DTP vaccine. The story of this vaccination is long and this was the shortest writing I could locate for you. The World Health Organization contributed to this...
I spent just Rs 200 for MMR
In the simplest terms posiible you need to know that vaccines work WITH your immune system by building up your body's ability to DEFLECT unwanted diseases from your body. The vaccines are used to build up your resistance to the known pathogens. For instance a "flu" shot consists of pathogens of the...
because in make you immune to measles, mumps and rubella
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Only your doctor can advise you on this since the answer would depend on specifics of your particular condition. Ask the doctor who is treating the lead poisoning before you go to get the shot.
It is recommended that anyone with chronic underlying disease such as heart disease should get the flu vaccination, so yes, you should despite your otherwise good health. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. The risks and side effects of the vaccination are much lower than the risk of...
That may be no problem, depending on the age of the children. The thing to do is to speak with the doctor of the babies about any potential long term effects of the medication error, ask them what you should look for to identify any complications, and if any immediate action needs to be undertaken....
If you are asking about the effects of the immunity the vaccination gives, the immunity is permanent for that particular strain of virus and won't wear off. If you are talking about local side effects of the flu shot at the injection site, then any local redness or swelling should be gone in a...
The first vaccine was developed in 1952 by Jonas Salk. The vaccine was made from dead viruses grown in a monkey kidney tissue culture. Heat and formaldehyde were used to kill the virus.
Children five and under are one of the high risk groups for serious complications from the swine flu requiring hospitalization, it is recommended that children should get the vaccination to prevent infection, the risk of the disease is greater than any risks of a vaccination (which are few). See the...
In the US there are two types of vaccines approved for the seasonal flu, a vaccine for injection into the muscle and a vaccine mist for spray into the nose. The side effects are different depending on which you use. The mist is only available to healthy people age 2 - 49. The shots are approved for...
It doesn't matter how we get the vaccine into your body, it works as long as it gets in there. It causes your body to create special cells in your blood that protect you if that kind of infectious agent (e.g., virus) ever gets in your body again. Since the work is done by the immune system and the...
Yes, in many studies as well as by experience of the use of the seasonal flu shots made the same way. The Swine Flu vaccine is safe, as safe as vaccinations for any other illness, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Studies prior to the US approval of the vaccines were...
Swelling doesn't always indicate infection, new piercings around eyes and lips will swell, this is not unusual, the swelling generally eases in the following 5 days post piercing. However if the jewellery is tight in the piercing then this can cause issues with the healing and cleaning of the...
Jonas Salk first licenced a polio vaccine in 1962, Sabin refined it later.
no there is not any liophilized vaccine , but currently live attenuated vaccine that contain Theileria infected lynphoblast is used and is using in many country .
Not really. There's always percentage error.
In the years following 1770 there were at least six people in England and Germany (Sevel, Jensen, Jesty 1774, Rendell, Plett 1791) who had successfully tested the possibility of using the cowpox vaccine as an immunization for smallpox in humans. But Edward Jenner was the first who successfully...
* In the US, a normal healthy infant would receive a Hepatitis B before leaving the hospital. * There will be vaccines on schedule at 2, 4, 6 month. There will be more after one year, then 4, then around 11 yo. I did not include the recommended annual flu vaccine for everybody, which start after 6...
DTP is not a disease. It is a vaccine. It is a combined vaccine  against Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis.
If you have not been vaccinated for the specific subtype of influenza that is spreading in your environment, then you are susceptible to the infection unless you have already had the same virus or a very similar one. If you do not have immunity through one of these methods, then you may catch the...
Because babies are more prone to developing complications from some of the diseases we vaccinate against. That's why children need to be immunized early in life - so they are protected as early as possible.
somebody got vaccinated.
cell culture vaccines are vaccines produced from cells that are cultured and grown under controlled conditions.
Wilhelm Kolle who was a German bacteriologist was the first to discover the cholera and typhoid vaccines in 1896.
To prevent the occurence of measles, mumps, and rubella.
Some are temporary and some are permanent, it depends on what the vaccination is for and the type of vaccine.
It's important to get to vaccine because people who dont get the vaccine can Get seriously disease
Vaccine is given to prevent a certain disease while antibiotic is mainly given to treat infections that are already present. However, some antibiotics are also given to serve as prophylaxis.
Vaccine stabilizers are chemicals that are added to vaccines to  inactivate a virus or bacteria and stabilize the vaccine, helping  to preserve the vaccine and prevent it from losing its potency over  time.
you are sooo stupid if you do not know this you idiotic idiot!!
Immunogenicity is the characteristic of being able to stimulate an immune response, which is exactly what a vaccine is supposed to do.
All vaccines are produced by weakened or killed germs. That is why  when someone gets a flue shot, they sometimes feel like they have a  slight case of the flue.
Edward Jenner was the first person recored to make a vaccine.
Only those that will fight against bacteria or viruses that have occured in your herd in the past. If you don't have any health problems, or haven't had any concerns in your herd, then you don't need to vaccinate. However, most vaccinations for cows include: - BVD/IBR/PI3 - Coccidiosis - Blackleg...
It is not uncommon to have a "bump" or localized swelling for a day or two after chickenpox vaccine.
In the US the vaccine for the H1N1/09 pandemic swine flu was provided free from the US government. However, if you had a private provider (doctor, hospital, pharmacy, etc.) administer your vaccination instead of a public health professional from the local or state government, then you may have been...
Very very low. Usually if deaths occur as a result of a vaccination it is due to a severe allergic reaction in the individual. The safety record of the flu vaccines we have been using for decades in the US is very good and the vaccines are made the same way each year, only the type of virus strain(s...
feces and tissues collected on the farm
I think you can only get h p v when you are at your between the ages of 12 till the age of 26. That is what the lady at my school said so any way and she is a profecinal.
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Different vaccines last for different durations, ranging from a few  weeks to a lifetime.
Vaccine can prevent the flu.
Mostly because they have been used and improved over many decades. The amounts of the actual pathogens contained in vaccines are very small and so the main issue is usually allergy to the other ingredients (such as traces left of egg protein from the growth medium in manufacture of flu vaccines).
With an immune response. When particles of a virus or other organism enter our body and are identified by the immune system as foreign "invaders", our bodies use the invaders, which are also called antigens/antibody generators, as a template to create matching antibodies. Antibodies (also called...
It depends on what you are considering a newborn. Before the baby leaves the hospital they are given a shot of Vitamin K to promote blood clotting and a shot to protect against Hepatitis B.
Usually not, but each clinician who is licensed to give injections is trained to determine what equipment is needed for each patient, and how and where the injection will be given based upon the specific prescription orders. Each patient has a different amount and location of fatty tissue. The less...
It is an abbreviation for Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis, which are serious viral diseases. Usually children are given the DTP vaccines when they are young.
Your child remains susceptible to many life threatening and deadly  diseases.
Yes. It was first made when Edward Jenner injected the cowpox virus into individuals in 1796, which worked because the diseases are in the same family and close enough to trick the immune system. Interestingly, Jenner named the vaccine after the root word for cow, which is vacca in Latin.
different drugs or herbs. sometimes even chemicals.
Flu shots are given to prevent influenza virus infections such as swine flu and the various seasonal flu strains. In the UK, they are called Flu Jabs. They are also called flu vaccinations.
Most probably not, because asthma is a form of allergy, not a  disease. Hence, it does not have a causative organism against which  we can get immunised by vaccination.
They can vary depending on what strains are expected to be in circulation during the flu season each year in each region. This is most often spoken in terms of hemispheres, Eastern, Western, Northern and Southern. In the US they begin looking at what strains of influenza viruses are causing...
The flu is caused by a virus. Antibiotics don't work on viruses, they are made to kill bacteria instead. The type of medicine that is used to treat viral infections are anti-viral medicines. But, the best treatment is prevention, and that is where the vaccination comes in. Don't wait to get the flu...
They can be either. Some vaccines are made with dead viruses or particles of viruses and other vaccines are made with attenuated (weakened) viruses that are not able to make an otherwise healthy person sick. In 2009 the swine flu vaccine approved for use in the US was prepared both ways, the nasal...
If you are an adult and at least 10 days passed after you got the vaccine before you were exposed to the sick person, you likely were protected by the shot and won't get the flu from that contact. If you are a child under ten who required two shots a month apart, then you would have had to have...
Yes, that is called natural immunity obtained through exposure to the "wild" virus versus immunity from vaccination with a manufactured vaccine. See the related questions below.
Intramuscular Influenza Vaccination
'Vaccines' are a suspension of dead, attenuated, or otherwise modified microorganisms (viruses, bacteria, or rickettsiae) for inoculation to produce immunity to a disease by stimulating the production of antibodies
Active.Foreign microbes, or parts of microbes, are introduced to the body and the immune system reacts and produces antibodies. The antibodies were made in reaction to a foreign body introduced into the body, so it's active. Passive is when the antibodies are given directly to the person, such as...
Haemophilus influenzae type B vaccine
There are thousands of different viruses and even the same virus will have mutatedover a year so it becomes a "cousin of a cousin's great great grandchild". A vaccine is a small dose of the virus. Not enough to make you ill, but enough thatyour body recognizes THAT PARTICULAR invader and learns to...
"Flu" is an abbreviation for Influenza, a family of virus's that are responsible for some viral infections.
A vaccine will either be in the form of a weakened pathogen (virus or bacteria) or one which has been killed. This is injected into the body, and the immune system will react and eradicate it from the body. It will then be able to 'remember' this virus and if the virus is caught again the immune...
Probably not. There is no information that this occurs as cause and effect, and very tightly controlled monitoring of potential post vaccine symptoms or reactions is on-going. Because all data has not yet been received or analyzed, there can not yet be a definitive answer, but all indications are...
You start to feel alot of pain in your throat and have a high temperature . You are weak and you have no energy and most of the time this puts you off eating .To help the infection you should eat frozen food such as ice lollies and ice cream (M.Blaise x )
You would have to pass a legal bill requiring all Americans to receive the treatment, however even if one could get such a bill passed the idea is absolutely ridiculous because the costs involved to get the vaccine, as well as pay professionals to administer it would be ridiculous. Even if one had...
Assuming you've already got the initial 3 shots over a period of 6 months, you should be set for life unless the blood test result shows a low and insufficient antibody level. Have this blood test done 10-15 years after the completion of the initial 3 shots when in doubt.
Antibodies for measles don't work against chickenpox virus becauseantibody for measles virus can not bind to chickenpox virus.Antibody for a specific antigen should have a shape and structurethat is able to fit into this virus. Then it will be able toinhibit the activity of this virus. When a...
  Polio was one of the most dreaded childhood diseases of the 20th Century in the United States. There were usually about 13,000 to 20,000 cases of paralytic polio reported each year in the US before the introduction of Salk inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) in 1955. Polio peaked in 1952 when...
PREPARATION OF TOXIN FIRST;suitable strain of microbes is taken and inoculated in sterile agar and is incubated till sufficient amount of toxin been produced. then with a help of filtering materials such as ceramic filters are taken and bacteria along with its media containing toxin is allowed to...
Approximately one month prior to the start of the flu season. In the US the flu season is in the fall and winter, as in all Northern Hemisphere locations. It is the opposite time of year in the Southern Hemisphere. The flu season in the Northern Hemisphere is October through March. It is not too...