Types of vaccine part 12

Safety and stability:

  • As precaution, LAVs tend not to be administered during pregnancy. However, the actual potential for fetal damage remains theoritical. For example, numerous studies have demonstrated that accidental rubella vaccination during pregnancy did not result in an increased risk of birth defects
  • LAVs can have increased potential for immunization errors:
  1. Some LAVs  come in lyophilized (powder) form. They must be reconstituted with a specific diluent before administration, which carries the potential for programmatic errors if the wrong diluent or a drug is used.
  2. Many LAVs require strict attention to the cold chain for the vaccine to be active and are subject to programme failure when this is not adhered to.

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2 Responses to Types of vaccine part 12

  1. Thank you for sharing, I think a lot of people get very worried.

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