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immunogen consisting of a suspension of weakened or dead pathogenic cells injected in order to stimulate the production of antibodies

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6,7) Due to increased risk, DHHR deployed more than 10,000 doses of tetanus vaccine to mobile medical clinics.
Second, the tetanus vaccine question asked if a person had it at 60 years or older (not during the previous 10 years as it was in our study) (25).
Using this combination of DCs and the tetanus vaccine, Duke researchers were able to bring about long-term progression-free survival in 3 out
United Nations health officials have again rejected accusations by Kenya's bishops that the country's Ministry of Health used tetanus vaccines tainted with a sterility-inducing hormone in a large-scale immunization program in 2014.
6 percent of the clinics' 15 million 2013 billings were for tetanus vaccine, according to data from Fair Health, a health care cost transparency organization formed in connection with a settlement New York state negotiated with health insurers in 2009.
Specifically, ResistAid larch arabinogalactan demonstrated the ability to increase the antibody response of healthy volunteers to the 23-valent pneumococcal (pneumonia) and tetanus vaccine.
Appropriate treatment of dog bite wound includes (a) irrigation and cleansing of bite wound (b) antiseptic application to bite wound (c) administration of tetanus vaccine (d) administration of rabies immune globulin & rabies vaccine.
This combined vaccination is usually recommended for anyone who has not been vaccinated before or is not fully vaccinated and is travelling to a country with limited medical facilities, and whose last dose of the tetanus vaccine was more than 10 years ago.
For young children, the tetanus vaccine is usually part of the combined DTaP/IPV/Hib vaccine.
After knowing that Tetanus can be fatal and timely diagnosis can prevent it, 1050 (87%) were willing to take Tetanus vaccine and even 926 (77%) were willing to pay for the vaccin.
You may remember the Pampers 'One pack - one vac- cine' offer which essentially en- sured that for every pack of pampers a tetanus vaccine was given to children in under de- veloped countries.
The tetanus vaccine is highlyeffective and most adults only require one dose.
For every specially-marked pack of nappies, Pampers donates the funding for one tetanus vaccine to UNICEF to help protect mothers and babies in developing countries against maternal and newborn tetanus.
Of adults aged 19-64 years who received a tetanus vaccine since 2005 and knew which kind of vaccine they had received, only 50.
During the campaign Pampers will donate one tetanus vaccine to United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) for every pack of Pampers purchased in Pakistan until September 15.