revaccination


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re·vac·ci·na·tion

(rē'vak-si-nā'shŭn),
Vaccination of an individual previously successfully vaccinated.

revaccination

[rēvak′sinā′shən]
an immunization that is repeated, although the original was successful.

revaccination

(rē″văk-sĭ-nā′shŭn)
An inoculation against a disease to sustain a passive immune response (protective antibodies) against a potentially infectious organism.
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Under the company's prevention-of-infection Phase 2 trial conducted in South Africa, revaccination with the Bacille Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine reduced sustained TB infections in adolescents.
Non-identifying demographic information was collected, in addition to any adverse effects after vaccination and perceived barriers to revaccination.
there'll be a revaccination of all children that were in contact with that first case.
Revaccination should be every three weeks until 16-18 weeks.
According to the national vaccination calendar of the state budget, the vaccination and revaccination of children is fully ensured nowadays.
Immunogenicity and efficacy of one dose Measles-Mums-Rubella (MMR) vaccine at twelve months of age as compared to monovalent measles vaccination at nine months followed by MMR revaccination at fifteen months of age.
It has organised revaccination clinics and only families who receive a letter about the issue are affected.
Revaccination is recommended for those with hepatitis B surface antigen (anti-HBs) concentrations less than 10 mIU/mL.
We do express opinions here at WDJ; we get to take a stand on topics like the use of physical or emotional punishment (we're against it); the inclusion of certain synthetic vitamin K supplements in dog food (we haven't yet seen any compelling evidence to worry about it); or the practice of conducting titer tests annually in lieu of automatic revaccination (we're strongly for this).
Then there is the issue of revaccination of children and adults.
The aim of this research was to develop an experimental vaccine against the herpesvirus type 1 (BoHV-1) using the inactivated virus and to evaluate its immunogenicity in bovines by measuring the levels of neutralizing antibodies, as well as quantifying IgG1 and IgG2 antibodies in the serum and in nasal secretions, over time, following vaccination and revaccination.
Another revaccination should be administered one year after the initial vaccination, and booster shots should be given every three years thereafter.