Adult immunization schedule 2009

Updated guidelines on vaccinating adults have been released by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and appear in Annals of Internal Medicine. No new vaccines have been added since last year, but some of the footnotes to existing vaccines have been revised. Among the changes:. Occupational exposure to human papillomavirus vaccine does not place healthcare professionals at risk. Immunization schedule in Annals of Internal Medicine Free.
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Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule --- United States, 2010

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CDC releases Childhood Immunization Schedules

Download the recommended adult immunization schedule in PDF format. The recommended adult immunization schedule is unveiled in this issue of American Family Physician. Underlying this schedule are some obvious changes—particularly those dealing with the formatting and appearance of the table—and the less obvious evidence supporting the recommendations. A recent randomized controlled trial strongly supports the recommendation to vaccinate pregnant women against influenza. Influenza-related morbidity and mortality rates are high during the newborn period, and infants younger than six months cannot receive influenza vaccine.
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CDC releases 2009 Childhood Immunization Schedules

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The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Family Physicians have approved changes to several vaccine recommendations for children and adolescents and to the catch-up vaccine schedule for Rotavirus vaccine recommendations include new criteria for administering the first dose and the maximum age for any dose. The minimum age for first dose remains unchanged at 6 weeks; however, the maximum age has been increased from 12 weeks to 14 weeks and 6 days, with language cautioning against vaccine initiation after a child is aged 15 weeks, 0 days. Final doses should now be administered by the time the child is aged 8 months, 0 days, according to the revised recommendations, as opposed to the previous week recommendation.
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