immunization


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Synonyms for immunization

the act of making immune (especially by inoculation)

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Responding, during the exchange, Bill Gates urged partners to gather information to further investigate why immunization services were not provided inaccessible areas and also the reasons why immunization is still being rejected by some communities.
The ZM Immunization Registry enables mobile based data entry of the child's name, bio-data and immunization history which is linked to a web based monitoring dashboard.
The challenge of improving immunization coverage: the New Zealand example.
provide the students immunization record complete or update missing immunizations provide a letter indicating a medical exemption has been granted, or sign a form indicating they choose not to immunize their child.
Global immunization vision and strategy 2006-2015, Geneva, Switzerland, 2005.
Despite recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics that preterm or low-birth-weight infants, with few exceptions, "receive all routinely recommended childhood vaccines at the same chronologic age as term and normal-birth-weight infants," some of these infants experience a significant immunization lag.
The other speakers in the programme prioritised the work plan and a one-year strategy on how to increase and improve the health systems at their constituency levels to improve routine immunization and indicators across Punjab.
The field staff could be asked to send images from their areas of activity and they will also be monitor while doing their duties in immunization campaigns, Majeed added.
Researchers suggested that the reason for the improvement was that doctors could make more informed decisions immediately about immunization rather than having to wait for family members to return for a later visit with paper immunization records.
The United States celebrates NIIW in conjunction with World Immunization Week (April 24-30), the World Health Organization's initiative to promote and advance equity in the use of vaccines.
CDC and its Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices released updated 2016 child and adult immunization schedules in February.
Even though, the immunization coverage trends over the recent years reveal that it is steady (viz.
Studies of missed opportunities for immunization in developing and industrialized countries.
ANA's new position aligns registered nurses with the best current evidence on immunization safety and preventing diseases such as measles," said ANA President Pamela F Cipriano, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN "A critical component of a nurse's job is to educate patients and their family members about the effectiveness of immunization as a safe method of disease prevention to protect not only individuals, but also the public health " During the first seven months of 2015, the CDC said 183 people from more than 20 states were reported to have measles, with five outbreaks resulting in the majority of those cases In 2000, the United States had declared that measles was eliminated from the country as a result of an effective measles vaccine and a strong vaccination program for children
Immunization uptake for preventable illnesses has been a struggle for Canada in the recent past.
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