Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Available Vaccine Chart


Question Answer
acquired immunity when the body catches a disease and produces antigen
globulin transport protiens of the immune system
immunity vaccine that provides antibodies to protect against disease
antibodies protiens contained within plasma cells, also known as immunoglobulins
passive immunity a type of resistance to infection resulting from an immune response from the body or outside source
MMR (2x)12-15 mo, 4-6 yrs
polio vaccine (4x) 2 mo,4 mo and between 6-18 mo,4-6 yrs
hepatitis vaccine (4x) soon after birth,1 mo, 4 mo, and 6 mo
DPT (diptheria,pertusis & tetanus (5x) 2 mo, 4 mo, 6 mo, 15-18 mo, and 4-6 yrs. old
HiB (haemophilus Influenzae type B) (4x) 2 mo, 4 mo, 6 mo, and between 12-15 mo
chicken pox vacccine ( varicella vaccine) 12-18 months or any one except pregnant or who are immunocompromised
pneumonia vaccine (3x) children younger than 5 yrs. old , spaced 2,4,6, then 12- 15 mo old

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