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Contraindications to a child having a vaccine(5)

confirmed anaphylaxis reaction to previous vaccine dose; live vaccines in immunocompromised; egg allergy (flu/yellow fever); severe latex allergy; acute or evolving illness

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Types of vaccine (2)

live virus; inactivated virus

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Live virus vaccine

attenuated organism which can replicate in host

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examples of live vaccines

OPV, measles, mumps, rubella, varicella, rotavirus, zoster and flu

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3 types of inactivated vaccine

suspension of killed organism; subunit vaccines; conjugate vaccines

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example of suspension inactivated vaccine

whole cell pertussis (whooping cough), whole cell typhoid

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examples of subunit vaccines

diptheria toxoid, tetanus toxoid

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example of conjugate vaccines

Hib, MenC

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Vaccinations at 2 months (4/7)

Hib, Men B, Rotavirus, PCV, DTaP, IPV, HBV

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Vaccinations at 3 months (3/6)

DTaP, IPV, Hib, HBV, MenC, MenB, Rotavirus

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Vaccinations at 4 months (3/6)

MenB, DTaP, IPV, Hib, HBV, PCV

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Vaccinations at 12-13 months (4)

Men B, PCV, MenC/Hib, MMR

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Vaccinations at 3y4m - 5years

MMR, DTaP, IPV

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Vaccinations at 2-12 years

Flu

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Vaccines in the teenage years

Td/IPV, HPV, MenACWY

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Ways of tackling lower uptake of vaccine

all in one vaccines, education

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Diptheria causes...

a white adherent membrane on the tonsils, pharynx, and/or nasal cavity, low grade fever

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Elimination of disease

reduction to zero of the incidence of a specified disease in a defined area

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Eradication of disease

permanent reduction to zero of the worldwide incidence of infection and as such interventions are no longer needed

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Extinction of disease

the specific infectious agent no longer exists in nature or the laboratory (none currently known)