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vaccinee

(văk′sə-nē′)
n.
One that has been vaccinated.
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Subsequent analysis indicated a trend toward more HIV infections among a subset of vaccinees than among placebo recipients.
The risk of contracting vaccine-associated varicella from contact with an immunocompromised vaccinee is slightly higher than for a healthy vaccinee.
Les personnes non vaccinees contre la maladie sont exposees a de graves complications comme la pneumonie, la diarrhee, l'encephalite (une infection dangereuse du cerveau entrainant une inflammation) et la cecite.
No further transmission of vaccinia virus by the smallpox vaccinee or the secondary or tertiary patient has been reported.
In both age groups, revaccinees reported a higher rate of a composite endpoint (any of the following: moderate pain, severe pain, and/or large induration at the injection site) than primary vaccinees (age 65 years: 30.
On March 10, a 25-year-old male wrestler and roommate of the vaccinee sought treatment for vesicular lesions on his trunk and chest.
Although some autopsy studies have shown that pulmonary infection is not affected by BCG vaccination,[14] other studies have also shown decreased morbidity and mortality from pulmonary tuberculosis among BCG vaccinees as compared with nonvaccinees.
Materials such as towels and bedding used by the vaccinee should be treated as potential fomites and should not be shared with others (14).
The case described in this report was in a female patient who was exposed to vaccinia virus via digital vaginal contact with a recent military smallpox vaccinee.
Thus, the case reported here is considered to be rare in that vOka was transmitted to a healthy susceptible person through close contact with a vaccinee with herpes zoster.
Any smallpox vaccinee who has an expanding, nonhealing, painless vaccination site without inflammation for more than 2 weeks should be evaluated for an underlying immunodeficiency, and diagnosis of and treatment for PV should be considered.