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quadrivalent

 [kwod″rĭ-va´lent]
having a valence of four.

qua·dri·va·lent

(kwah'dri-vā'lĕnt),
Having the combining power (valency) of four.
Synonym(s): tetravalent

quadrivalent

(kwŏd′rə-vā′lənt)
adj.
Tetravalent.

quad′ri·va′lence, quad′ri·va′len·cy n.

quadrivalent

[kwod′rivā′lənt]
a chemical element or radical with a valence of four.

quad·ri·va·lent

(kwahd'ri-vā'lĕnt)
Having the combining power (valency) of four.
Synonym(s): tetravalent.

quadrivalent

having a valence of four.
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Suppliers have also confirmed that there will be enough adjuvanted trivalent vaccine and quadrivalent influenza vaccine to meet demand.
The FLUARIX QUADRIVALENT (Influenza Vaccine) vaccine was previously only approved for active immunization against influenza A subtype viruses and type B viruses, in persons three three years of age and older.
Flublok Quadrivalent (an RIV) met noninferiority measures, compared with a similar IIV quadrivalent vaccine, for the A(H3H2) and B/Yamagata viruses but not for A(H1N1) or B/Victoria viruses, according to the CDC.
Specifically as for children aged 2-17 years old, the risk of influenza was not significantly lower among those who received the quadrivalent live attenuated influenza vaccine than among those who received no vaccine; the inactivated vaccine had a marked benefit over no vaccine (vaccine effectiveness, 60%; 95% CI, 47-70; P less than .
The quadrivalent influenza vaccine (QIV) is licensed by the Food and Drug Administration as Fluzone Quadrivalent for use in patients as young as 6 months of age.
Important Safety Information for Flublok Quadrivalent Vaccine as per US locally approved labelling
450/477 Fluzone Quadrivalent Highlights of prescribing information.
In this Phase III, open-label study, we assessed the immunogenicity and safety of Southern Hemisphere inactivated quadrivalent influenza vaccine (Fluarix[TM] Tetra) in Brazilian adults (NCT02369341).
A quadrivalent cell culture inactivated vaccine (CCIV4), Flucelvax, was licensed in May 2016.
The bivalent and quadrivalent vaccine manufacturers claim cross-reactivity and benefit in suppressing other subtypes that are found in cervical cancers; the 9-valent vaccine (Gardasil 9, ACOG recommended) is now available.
Compared with quadrivalent, does the 9-valent vaccine offer compelling additional protection?