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to render immune.


1. To render immune.
2. To administer immunization.


tr.v. immu·nized, immu·nizing, immu·nizes
To produce immunity in, as by inoculation.

im′mu·ni·za′tion (-nĭ-zā′shən) n.


To render immune.

Patient discussion about immunize

Q. Is there a vaccination against hepatitis? I want to volunteer in a charity organization abroad soon, and I heard that currently there’s and outbreak of hepatitis in the town I intend to go to. Is there anything I can do to prevent me from getting hepatitis? Is there a way to get a vaccination against it?

A. before you would like to go on with any vaccination, you should check out this very long list of links:

at the bottom you will also find links in english. vaccinations in general are very disputable/dubious and it is probably time that we learn about it.

Q. Why does the body attack itself in autoimmune diseases? And if it’s possible - How come it doesn’t happen most of the time?

A. Some say cell-wall deficient (CWD) bacteria can live inside your cells (were apparently photographed in immune cells under electron microscope). See and (run by the autoimmunity research foundation). Also see I have been on the MP for just over a year. It has helped a lot of my symptoms, including lowering my TSH (thyroid) from hashimoto's thyroiditis (autoimmune thyroid condition). I hope that my thyroid will eventually regain all of it's function (still taking some thyroid hormone supplement, but less). The MP is not without "side effects," which are said to be from bacterial die-off and cell death when the bacteria are killed. It is experimental and should only be undertaken with that in mind. The website is currently moderated by volunteers. There needs to be more research on CWD bacterial colonies and their possible role in autoimmune diseases. Please mention this to your doctor(s).

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According to the study, the level of adherence to keeping timely routine immunisation appointment dates and completion of all immunisation was greater in the intervention group compared with the control with different completion rates by vaccines.
Immunisations make up a substantial portion of the practice nurse role (Walsh et al, 2015).
This included identifying children before their immunisations were due, sending out appropriate messages asking parents and caregivers to attend and then following up non-attendees.
1, a significant proportion of immunisations were administered more than 2 weeks after they were due.
The report also reveals that all of NHS Wales' seven health boards are falling short of the Welsh Government's 95% four-year routine immunisation target.
Doctors at tertiary level noted that RTHBs were less likely to be checked among follow-up patients, as they are well known to the hospital and assumed to be up to date with immunisations.
(2009) Reducing differences in the uptake of immunisations (including targeted vaccines) among children andyoungpeople aged under 19years.
Anna Loughran, from the Calpol marketing team, said, "It's a real concern there is such a lack of confidence and awareness of immunisations among the parenting community.
They will also be handing out promotional material to publicise the value of immunisation.
Forty respondents (65 per cent) said their main place of employment had no pain management policy for immunisations, 16 respondents (25 per cent) said there was a policy and six (10 per cent) were unsure.
As this group transition from childhood, it is also a reminder that they need a further round of immunisations to help protect them against diseases they may encounter as young adults.
Launching a new immunisation booklet at the Newtown Medical Centre in Wellington last month, Health Minister Tony Ryall said immunisation of two-year-olds had reached record levels, with just over 88 percent fully immunised, up from 73 percent in 2007.