postvaccinal


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post·vac·ci·nal

(pōst-vak'si-năl),
After vaccination.

postvaccinal

/post·vac·ci·nal/ (pōst-vak´sĭ-nil) occurring after vaccination for smallpox.

postvaccinal

(pōst-văk′sĭ-năl) [″ + vaccinus, pert. to cows]
Following vaccination; used esp. with reference to safety issues or immune responses that result from immunization.

postvaccinal

occurring after vaccination. Usually used in reference to an adverse reaction to the vaccine or occurrence of disease caused by the infectious agent contained in the vaccine because of an altered immune status in the recipient or a fault in the vaccine manufacture.

postvaccinal anaphylaxis
postvaccinal hepatitis
is most common after vaccination of horses against equine encephalomyelitis but also occurs after other vaccinations and in some cases at times unrelated to any vaccination. Clinically there is intense jaundice, gut stasis, oliguria and stupor or mania.
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World wide web-based survey of vaccination practices, postvaccinal reactions, and vaccine site-associated sarcomas in cats.
However, titers >800 from vaccination are considered unlikely as postvaccinal titers wane rapidly (10) and most leptospiral bacterins available for dogs are bivalent for Canicola and Icterohaemorrhagiae, 2 serovars with low seropositivity in this study.
While we can not prove, without large- scale human experience, that our vaccine is safer for humans with respect to a lower incidence of postvaccinal encephalitis, this remains a possibility based on the pre-clinical data.
Most of these infant deaths were attributed to postvaccinal encephalitis (26).