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DTaP

2, 4, 6, 15 mo and 4 yr

2

Tdap contraindications

encephalopathy within 7 days of pertussis containing vaccine

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when to give tetanus immune globulin

if wound is dirty and patient has had <3 tetanus vaccines or unknown vaccine history

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when to give tetanus vaccine for clean wound

if <3 tetanus vaccines, unknown vaccine history, OR >10 yrs since last tetanus vaccine

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when to give tetanus vaccine for dirty wound

if >5 yrs since last tetanus vaccine. if <3 total tetanus vaccines/unknown vaccine history give vaccine and TIG

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hib vaccine

2, 4, 6 months

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hep b vaccine

birth, 1 month, 6-18 month

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baby born to Mom who is HBsAg positive

hep B immunization AND hep B immunoglobulin in first 12 hours of life

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when to check serologies on baby born to Mom with hep B

9 to 12 months

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hep B vaccine in preemies

give it in first 30 days but if <2 kg does not count towards the series of 3

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post-exposure prophylaxis with hep B needle

nothing if vaccinated and antibody positive. HBIG and vaccine series if antibody negative or unvaccinated

12

hep A vaccine

1 year and 6 months later

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recommendation for travel to areas endemic for hep A

passive immunization w. immune globulin if <1 yr, vaccine 4 wks prior if >1 yr

14

Menactra strains

A, C, Y and W-135

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Menactra vaccine

11 and 16 yrs (at age 2 if complement deficient or asplenic)

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MMR vaccine

12 months and 4 yrs (can be given after 28 days, but if given before 12 months it doesn't count)

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what to give with measles exposure

if <72 hours and >6 months old MMR vaccine protects, if >72 hours give measles immunoglobulin

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MMR can't be given within __

4 weeks of other live vaccine (but can be given at same time)

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most common MMR vaccine side effect

high fever within 12 days that last 1 to 2 days, sometimes rash

20

hep A vaccine allergic components

aluminum hydroxide and phenoxyethanol

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MMR vaccine allergic components

neomycin and gelatin

22

MMR absolute contraindications

severe allergy, pregnant, severely immunocompromised

23

MMR and PPD

can place at the same time but then not for 4 to 6 weeks after

24

MMRV association

febrile seizures at 12-23 months

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varicella vaccine

1 and 4 years

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PCV13 vaccine

2, 4, 6 and 12 months (one additional if high risk)

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PPSV23 vaccine

given after 2 yrs if chronic heart or lung disease or DM, given after 6 yrs if immunocompromised, CSF leaks or cochlear implants. immunocompromised get a 2nd dose 3 to 5 yrs later

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interval between PCV13 and PPSV23

8 wks

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# of doses of IPV

4 (2, 4, 6 months and 4 yrs)

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first dose of rotavirus vaccine should not be given after ____

15 months