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What are vaccinations?

Vaccinations are methods of introducing antigens into your body to get your body's immune system to react to them by producing antibodies to kill them or inactivate them, which will give you immunity to the antigen. In other words, vaccinations can be shots (or other types of injections under the sk (MORE)

What is in a vaccine?

A vaccine is used in medicine to enhance or induce immunity to aparticular disease. It usually contains an agent that resembles thedisease-causing microorganism, and is often made from weakened orkilled forms of the microbe or its toxins. The body's immune systemrecognizes the vaccine as foreign, an (MORE)

What is vaccination?

Vaccination protects hundreds of millions of animals worldwide from diseases and possibly death. Vaccination can be by a wide variety of routes: through water, baits, air spray, eye inoculation, intrinsically, orally or using the more classical injection. A vaccine is made from dead or weakened m (MORE)

What are vaccines?

Vaccines are medicines containing a preparation of weakened or deadmicrobes of the kind that cause a particular disease which areadministered to stimulate the immune system to produce antibodiesagainst that specific disease. Once your body has been exposed tothe pathogen and antibodies have been pro (MORE)

What does vaccines mean?

'Vaccines' are a suspension of dead, attenuated, or otherwise modified microorganisms (viruses, bacteria, or rickettsiae) for inoculation to produce immunity to a disease by stimulating the production of antibodies

What is in a vaccination?

Vaccination is the administration of antigenic material (the vaccine) to produce immunity to a disease. Vaccines can prevent or lessen the effects of infection by many different viruses and bacteria. The material administered can either be live but weakened forms of pathogens (bacteriaor viruses), (MORE)

What is an vaccination?

vaccination is a vaccine that stimulate your immune system to develop adaptive immunity to disease.

Why do you have vaccinations?

Vaccination introduce small amount of a disease to your body so that your natural immune systems builds anti-bodies and such to fight the disease. This makes your immune system stronger so that it can more effectively fight the disease or completely resist the disease when you get exposed to the rea (MORE)

When to get vaccinated?

The currently recommended vaccine schedule in the US starts at birth and follows a regular series every few months through the first 18 months of life. After that the recommendations are: Flu shot every year from 6 mos to 18 years, age 50 on, and in people with certain medical problems and health (MORE)

What is the difference between vaccine and vaccination?

A vaccine is the medicine used to prevent specific infections. A vaccination is how the medicine is given to you. "I'm wondering, what are the ingredients in the flu vaccine." (what are the ingredients in the medicine used for vaccination) "It didn't hurt a bit when that pretty nurse did (MORE)

What is the difference between a vaccine and a vaccination?

"a "vaccine" is the thing you get vaccinated WITH.. a "vaccination" is the process of being vaccinated." WRONG the real answer is that vaccinations are naturally weakened form of the virus, this was made by edward Jenner and was named vaccination for some stupid latin reason. The vaccine how (MORE)

Which type of vaccine is used in pulse polio immunization campaign?

What is the polio vaccine? The polio vaccine helps decrease your risk of becoming infected with polio. Vaccines work by causing your body to make antibodies against certain germs. Antibodies are special cells in your blood that protect the body and fight infection. After you receive the polio vacci (MORE)

What are the ongoing specific studies to discover a swine flu vaccine?

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have collected the necessary material from the virus samples and have provided it to selected Drug Manufacturers that have the facilities to produce the vaccine as quickly as possible and who are already (MORE)

What is the success rate of vaccines?

The success rate of vaccines varies wiidely. Some examples are:chicken pox vaccine, 90%, flu vaccine, 65%, HPV vaccine, 50%, andHepatitis B vacine, 95%.

What are three examples of diseases that are prevented through the use of vaccinations?

Chickenpox (Varicella): Var, MMRV . Diphtheria: DTaP, Td, Tdap . Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib): Hib . Hepatitis: Hep A, Hep B . Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infection: HPV4 . Influenza: TIV, LAIV . Measles (Rubeola): MMR, MMRV . Meningococcal: MCV, MPSV . Mumps: MMR, MMRV . Pe (MORE)

Can one inject a vaccine through a tattoo?

Yes, but it may alter the appearance of the tattoo, also you won't be able to see if there is an adverse reaction to the vaccine- redness, etc because the tattoo will mask the reaction.

Why get vaccinated?

In short, a vaccination prevents you from catching a particular sickness. Vaccinations allow the immune system to become better prepared for a certain antigen (foreign invader) by giving it a "target" (usually a weaker or deaden strain of the antigen) to practice on. During the immune response to t (MORE)

Where do you have a vaccination?

There are various places to have a vaccination a hospital, sometimes Wal Mart will let you purchase them that is a couple of places you can get them.

What is in a vaccine that makes the vaccine effective?

Pieces (or synthetic pieces) of the disease causing organism called antigens that can be recognized by the immune system as something that does not belong in the body. This prompts the immune system to produce antibodies that recognize those antigens and attack them the next time they appear, typi (MORE)

What are vaccine stabilizers?

Vaccine stabilizers are chemicals that are added to vaccines toinactivate a virus or bacteria and stabilize the vaccine, helpingto preserve the vaccine and prevent it from losing its potency overtime.

What type of vaccine is polio vaccine?

It is a oral vaccine . The previous name was polio vaccine licensed in 1955 and was used extensively from that time until the early 1960s. In 1961, the oral vaccine was licensed.

What vaccines do cows have to get?

Only those that will fight against bacteria or viruses that have occured in your herd in the past. If you don't have any health problems, or haven't had any concerns in your herd, then you don't need to vaccinate. However, most vaccinations for cows include: - BVD/IBR/PI3 - Coccidiosis - Blackleg a (MORE)

What is the failure rate in rabies vaccines?

Seems to me no one knows the answer to this question. Even the CDC doesn't go into detail on this question. I'm starting to smell "The Emperor wears no clothes effect." It would be easy to test. Simply give someone the rabies vaccine shots, then inject them with rabies. It will either work or not... (MORE)

Does smallpox have a vaccine?

Yes. It was first made when Edward Jenner injected the cowpox virus into individuals in 1796, which worked because the diseases are in the same family and close enough to trick the immune system. Interestingly, Jenner named the vaccine after the root word for cow, which is vacca in Latin.

What is the difference between Drugs and Medicines and Vaccines?

Drugs are the chemical molecules which are used to cure some imbalance in the humanbody. this drugs will not involve in the any immune proliferation. and once disease maybe get cured by the drug we have the chance to regain. Vaccines are the parts of microbes, microbes in killed live or attenuated f (MORE)

Vaccines for collies?

Same as any other dog, but they may need their eyes checked more carefully than other breeds.

What is in a vaccine that makes a vaccine effective?

A vaccine is basically made of a small amount of the disease-causing organism, either inert/inactive/in pieces or alive but attenuated (weakened so it can not make you sick), which is mixed in a liquid with ingredients for purity, for preservation, and for sterile injection (for shots). How vacci (MORE)

Which vaccine can not be administered with another vaccine?

Almost any vaccine can be administered together. It is actually favorable to do this because once some vaccines (live attenuated) are given you must wait 28 days before receiving other vaccines. The only 2 that should not be given together are cholera and yellow fever which are not common in the Uni (MORE)

Why is there no vaccine for malaria?

it hasn't been developed. its a virus from the protista kingdom. so it cannot be healed only managed. Viruses don't leave your body once you get them. they just lay dormant inside your body after they have been healed. they're virtually impossible to kill

What is Menactra vaccine?

It is a vaccine for the prevention of bacterial meningococcal disease and meningitis (infection of the covering of the brain and spinal cord). From manufacturer package literature: "Menactra vaccine is indicated for active immunization to prevent invasive meningococcal disease caused by N men (MORE)

Why is a vaccine called a vaccine?

The words vaccine and vaccination were made up by Edward Jenner whoexperimented with vaccines including the smallpoxvaccination in 1790 which could be prevented from occurringwith a mild version of cowpox pus, instead of the virulent anddangerous smallpox pus used before Jenner's work for more tha (MORE)

Why is swine flu vaccine administered through the nose?

There are now three different administration routes for flu vaccines: the "classic" shot/jab that goes into muscle tissue; the nasal mist that is sprayed into the nose; and a new intradermal vaccine (new in the 2012-2013 flu season), that is injected within the layers of the skin using a needle that (MORE)

Is LAIV vaccine an inactivated vaccine?

yes it is a game have you every played grand theft auto iv that s set in L.A and called grand theft auto but miss the grand theft auto out it brings you iv

Which vaccine is an example of killed vaccines?

Cholera Vaccine. Flu vaccines formulated for injection use inert/inactive virus particles ("dead"), while flu vaccines for nasal mist are made as a LAIV (live attenuated influenza vaccine), which means they are "alive" but weakened chemically to prevent them from being able to cause illness.

When do you have a vaccine?

In America, it depends on your age. I know that the younger you are, the more frequently you have to get vaccines. Yearly, in the teen years, boys usually have to get about 1 more than girls. Every year (pre teen and teen) you have to get about 4 or 5. 5 or 6 for guys. It also depends when you had y (MORE)

Will a third chickenpox vaccine improve varicella titer?

At this time, only two chickenpox vaccines are recommended in the series. A third vaccine isn't not recommended, even if the varicella titer indicates no reaction or insufficient titer levels. See related link for references. Another answer: Not all will be immune with two doses. A low titer may (MORE)

How vaccine is different from medicine?

Vaccine is a minidisease of which you want your body to be immune against. When you take the vaccine, your body destroys the virus and "remembers" it. You will then be able to get rid of the disease instantly.

Is rabies vaccine a live vaccine?

Yes. The rabies vaccine is live vaccine. You have HDCV, chicken embryo cell vaccine and vero monkey cell culture vaccines available.

What are you vaccinated with?

You could be vaccinated with medicines that help your body to goagainst chickenpox, polio or other diseases that could infect yourbody.