Louis Pastaur discovered the vaccine for anthrax and chicken cholera
Ther is no such thing as a cholera vaccine. Best cure is hydration an avoiding spread by exercising strict hygiene.
Yes. The cholera vaccine is a killed vaccine.
A cholera vaccine exists that can be given to travelers and residents of areas where cholera is known to be active, but the vaccine is not highly effective
Wilhelm Kolle who was a German bacteriologist was the first to discover the cholera and typhoid vaccines in 1896.
You have a cholera vaccine made from the dead cholera bacteria. You get about 60 % protection, only from the cholera. There is local swelling and tenderness after the vaccine and you get malaise for day or two after the vaccine.
Cholera vaccine is very cheap. Cholera vaccine does not give protection of more than 60 %. It may give you false sense of security. Never the less the importance of cholera vaccine can not be underestimated.
Yes there is.
In cholera vaccination you are injected the dead cells of cholera. So you get antibodies to cholera. This vaccine is not very effective. The protection rate is some where 50 to 60 % only. So you can not keep faith on the vaccine for protection from cholera.
Filippo Pacini discovered cholera in 1854
Yes. I have had it.
Typhoid A & B and Cholera Vaccine
You get mild, some times moderate, fever after cholera vaccine. This is probably called as cholera fever.
John Snow discovered cholera in 1852, from contaminated water.
Cholera was discovered by Filippo Pacini in 1854 in India during the Asiatic Cholera pandemic. It was later re-discovered by both John Snow and Robert Koch.
Waldemar Haffkine (1860 - 1930) was a microbiologist who worked at the Pasteur Institute in France. He bravely tested the cholera vaccine on himself and also thousands of people in India. He dedicated his inspiration for the vaccine to Louis Pasteur.
Cholera vaccine is not very effective. It can give protection up to 60 % only. So cholera can not be eradicated by vaccination.
Waldemar Haffkine first developed the vaccine for cholera around 1900.
As of June 2014, there are two types of vaccine for cholera. The first is Dukoral which is available in more than 60 countries worldwide and the second is ShanChol, which is available in India but is pending WHO approval.
Doctor Joseph Obi Njoku,Imo state commissioner of health is credited for development of cholera vaccine in Nigeria.This was during the Nigerian-Biafrian war.
Louis Pasteurdiscovered vaccine for the first time
Flemming discovered the polio vaccine but Jonas Salk invented the kind which is used today that is inactive polio vaccine.