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when do you get the DPTP-Hib vaccine?

2,4,6,18 months

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when is pneumococcal vaccine givem?

2,4,12 months

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when is MMR vacicne given?

12 months, 4 years

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when is varicella vaccine given?

15 months, 4 years

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MMR and varicella cavvines are delivered how?

subcutaneous

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what's dTaP?

diptheria, tetanus, adult pertussis vaccine

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what's the minimum needle length in adults?

1 inch in adults;
5/8 in infants

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note: MMR/varicella (live vaccines) need to be given TOGETHER or 1 month apart

ok

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what's DPTP-Hib vaccine?

diptheria;
pertussis;
tetanus;
polio;
hemophilus influenza b

10

white tonsils are signs of what?

diptheria or (more likely now - mononucleosis)

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what does whooping cough cause?

paroxysmal, whooping cough, vomiting

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what does polio cause?

assymmetric acute flaccid paralysis

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why does whooping cough still exist?

adults' vaccines wear off and they become carriers to transmit to kids

14

what are the conjugate vaccines?

Hib;
pneumococcus;
meningococcus

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what did hemophilus influenza b cause?

meningitis, epiglottitis

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what does meningococcal meningitis cause?

petechial rash, meningitis

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which meningococcus vaccine do we give to 12 month old infants?

C

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which meningococcus vaccine do we give to grade 7 kids?

A, C, Y, W135

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what does rotavirus cause?

vomiting, diarrhea, fever (stomach flu)

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what's the rotavirus vaccine?

oral liquid @ 2,4 months

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what does mumps cause?

parotitis, orchitis, deafness

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what can rubella cause?

rash, malaise, congenital cataracts, deafness, mental retardation

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what is the hepatitis b vaccine?

HBsAg

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what serotypes are in the HPV vaccine?

6,11,16,18

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