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vaccinee

(văk′sə-nē′)
n.
One that has been vaccinated.
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These case reports describe secondary and tertiary transmission of vaccinia virus through sexual contact, highlighting the potential for vaccinia infections to spread beyond immediate intimate contacts of smallpox vaccinees. The illness experienced by the two patients and the potential for further contact transmission underscores the importance of smallpox vaccinee compliance with covering the inoculation site and instruction regarding the particular hazards of vaccinia transmission to genital and perianal areas.
Subsequent analysis indicated a trend toward more HIV infections among a subset of vaccinees than among placebo recipients.
Transmission is higher, but still rare, among contacts of immunocompromised vaccinees (SOR: B, observational studies).
On March 10, a 25-year-old male wrestler and roommate of the vaccinee sought treatment for vesicular lesions on his trunk and chest.
Severe eczema vaccinatum in a household contact of a smallpox vaccinee. Clin Infect Dis.
In fact, the CDC smallpox fact sheet states that it is safe for a woman to breast-feed her baby if a close contact received smallpox vaccine, provided that the vaccinee follows the standard procedures for hand washing and site protection.
The case described in this report is one of several that have been reported after sexual contact with a recent military vaccinee (1-3).
Chickenpox attributable to a vaccine virus contracted from a vaccinee with zoster.
Any smallpox vaccinee who has an expanding, nonhealing, painless vaccination site without inflammation for more than 2 weeks should be evaluated for an underlying immunodeficiency, and diagnosis of and treatment for PV should be considered.
Unintentional transfer of vaccinia virus can occur from a vaccination site to a second site on the vaccinee (inadvertent autoinoculation) or to a close contact (contact transmission) (1).
Regional Director Eduardo Janairo said that the event is part of the "continuing commitment and support of the government to provide physical, psychosocial and mental health interventions for Dengvaxia vaccinees including their parents and families."
data from 14 million smallpox vaccinations in 1963 showed that most of the vaccine reactions occurred in persons who were vaccinated for the first time, 4% occurred in persons who were revaccinated, and 20% occurred in persons who came into contact with vaccinees. At the time, nearly all of those who were revaccinated were first vaccinated only a few years earlier, "not like the decades-long gap we have today" between smallpox vaccinations, Dr.