In bivalent vaccine one immunogen do not interfere the response of other immunogen so bivalent vaccines are effective way to induce immunoprophylaxis
simultaneously against both of the diseases (Shakoor et al., 2013).
However, spatiotemporal variations have been observed in the timing of RSV activity (10,11), and knowledge of the exact timing is helpful for guiding healthcare providers and health officials on the timing of diagnostic testing and immunoprophylaxis
for infants at high risk for infection (12).
Virologic factors associated with failure to passive-active immunoprophylaxis
in infants born to HBsAg-positive mothers.
 Consequent to the introduction of routine RhIG immunoprophylaxis
, alloantibodies other than anti D have emerged as an important cause of HDFN and now responsible for greater proportion of these cases.
Although the combination of passive and active immunization in these newborns reduces vertical transmission of HBV, this immunoprophylaxis
cannot completely eradicate MTCT.
(12) Palivizumab immunoprophylaxis
has been shown to be effective in the prevention of hospitalization in high-risk populations.
(9) Without postexposure immunoprophylaxis
, approximately 40 percent of infants born to HBV-infected mothers in the U.S.
Review of companion animal viral diseases and immunoprophylaxis
. Vaccine 27: 491-04.
These patient groups are candidates for immunoprophylaxis
with monoclonal antibodies.
Respiratory syncytial virus immunoprophylaxis
in premature infants does not appear to prevent asthma at age 6 years, reported Nienke M.
According to a children's neurologist of the National Center for Maternal and Child Health Nurmukhamed Babadjanov, a lot of work is being done on immunoprophylaxis
. He also noted that often refusals ar enot related to religious beliefs.