Havrix

Havrix

(hăv′rĭks)
Hepatitis A vaccine, inactivated.
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Two single-antigen HepA products are available: Havrix (GSK) and Vaqta (Merck).
Long-term antibody persistence after vaccination with a 2-dose Havrix (inactivated hepatitis A vaccine): 20 years of observed data, and long-term model-based predictions.
Hepatitis (Recombivax HB, Havrix, Engerix-B), influenza (Fluarix, Fluzone, FluMist), polio (IPOL), malaria (RTSS), tuberculosis (BCG) are the some examples of anti-infective vaccines available in market.
To determine the safety of Fluarix, the study utilized non-influenza vaccine comparator vaccines that were age appropriate, including Prevnar 13, Havrix, and Varivax.
GSK, who manufacture vaccine Havrix, said: "Singles and packs of 10 are currently unavailable and are unlikely to be available until 2018."
M14707 and X75215, respectively) and constituents of 2 of the commercial HAV vaccines, HAVRIX (GlaxoSmithKline, Rixensart, Belgium) and Avaxim (Sanofi-Pasteur, Paris, France), respectively.
The second, control group received a version of Havrix, a licensed vaccine against hepatitis A.
These factors are similar to those that proponents of the fair benefits approach describe in their account of the Havrix study conducted in Thailand.
In the pivotal phase III, randomized, double-blind international study, more than 18,000 girls and women aged 15-25 in the general population received Cervarix or the active control, Havrix, an inactivated hepatitis A vaccine.
In the meantime, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that the pediatric formulation and adult formulation of GlaxoSmithKline's hepatitis A vaccine Havrix, and its adult hepatitis A/hepatitis B combination vaccine (Twinrix), "are currently in good supply to meet demand."
Rapid seroconversion rates after first dose of an inactivated hepatitis A vaccine (Havrix 1440%): results of a retrospective analysis [abstract P60].