stock vaccine

stock vac·cine

(stok),
a vaccine made from a stock microbial strain, in contradistinction to an autogenous vaccine.

stock vaccine

an immunizing agent made from a stock microbial strain.

stock vac·cine

(stok vak-sēn')
A vaccine made from a stock microbial strain, in contradistinction to an autogenous vaccine.
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In our area of Los Angeles County, some pediatric groups are declining to stock vaccines such as Gardasil because payments from insurers do not meet invoice cost.
In order to avoid the introduction of the disease in Belgium and preserve the intra-Community trade in cattle and sheep, the FASFC decided in agreement with the FPS Health and the sheep and cattle sectors of a stock vaccines against FCM8.
Local health departments will be able to bill insured patients for services and carry private stock vaccines.
VaxAmerica solves many of the issues that often make it difficult or costly for health care providers to stock vaccines, and for patients to receive the preventive vaccines that are an investment in long-term health," asserts VaxAmerica vice president Nancy Creadon.
Travel medicine clinics that stock vaccines, preventive health information and accessories for exotic destinations
In order to avoid the introduction of the disease in Belgium and preserve the intra-Community trade in cattle and sheep, AFSCA decided, in agreement with the FPS Public Health and the sheep and cattle sectors of a stock vaccines against FCM8.