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What is BUMEDNOTE 6230?

Immunization requirements and recommendations

1

Who do you mail a VAERS report to?

Navy Environmental Health Center

2

What immz do you receive during initial training?

Adenovirus
Hep A/B
IPV
FLU
MMR
Meningococcal
TD
Varicella
Yellow Fever

3

Aviation personnel are grounded when they receive what vaccine?

JEV 24hrs
Flu 12hrs

4

Adults over 65 receive what?

pneumococcal

5

How many does of anthrax completes the series?

6 does of 0.5ml SubQk

6

What is the minimum age to receive Hep A?

2 yrs old

7

Hep A dosage?

1.0ml IM adults
0.5ml IM children

8

Medical personnel receive what during "A" school?

Hep B

9

What is the normal schedule for Hep B?

0, 1, 6, months

10

What is the alternative dosage for Hep B for 11-15 yr olds?

recombivax 1.0ml

11

What is the dosage for IPV?

0.5ml SubQ

12

What is the dosage for JEV?

3 doses, 1.0ml SubQ 0,7,30 days

13

Dosage for MMR?

0.5 SubQ

14

What are concerns for women receiving MMR?

Pregnant should not receive it or wait four weeks to become pregnant

15

When should you discard MMR after being reconstituted?

after 8 hrs.

16

Dosage for meningococcal?

0.5 SubQ

17

What is the shelf life for meningococcal?

single dose - use within 24hrs
multi-dose use within 10days

18

Dosage for Tetanus diphtheria is?

0.5 IM

19

Who gets typhoid?

deployed or overseas

20

What is the dosage for typhoid?

0.5 IM every two years

21

What is the age range for children to receive varicella?

12-18 months

22

How far should you space out live vaccines NOT given on the same day?

4 weeks (28 days)

23

Yellow fever should be within how long after being reconstituted?

1 hour

24

How often are temp checks made on refers & freezers?

twice a day 7 days a week