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What does the following administartive exemption code stand for?

AD
Administrative Deceased
What does the following administartive exemption code stand for?

AC
Administrative Emergency Leave
What does the following administartive exemption code stand for?

AM
Administrative Missing (MIA,POW)
What does the following administartive exemption code stand for?

AP
Administrative PCS
What does the following administartive exemption code stand for?

AR
Administrative Refusal (UCMJ action or religious)
What does the following administartive exemption code stand for?

AS
Administrative Seperation
What does the following administartive exemption code stand for?

AT
Administrative Temporary (AWOL)
What does the following administartive exemption code stand for?

NR
Administrative Not Required
What does the following mediacl exemption code stand for?

MA
Medical Assumed (Received in Boot Camp)
What does the following mediacl exemption code stand for?

MD
Medical Declined (Religious waiver)
What does the following mediacl exemption code stand for?

MI
Medical Immune (Serological)
What does the following mediacl exemption code stand for?

MP
Medical Permanent (HIV)
What does the following mediacl exemption code stand for?

MR
Medical Reactive
What does the following mediacl exemption code stand for?

MS
Medical Supply (None in stock)
What does the following mediacl exemption code stand for?

MT
Medical Temporary (Pregnant)
Vaccine inventories exceeding what dollar amount must have temperature recording devices and an alarm system?
$25,000
Who has the authority to waive consent for an IND?
President of the United States
What is the Chemoprophylaxis for Travelers Diarrhea?
Ciprofloxacin or other quinolones
What is the Chemoprophylaxis for Scrub Typhus?
Doxycycline
What is the Chemoprophylaxis for Plague?
Tetracycline, doxycycline, or chloramphenicol
What is the Chemoprophylaxis for Meningococcal disease?
Rifampin, ceftiaxone, ciprofloxacin, or sulfadiazine
What is the Chemoprophylaxis for Leptospirosis?
Doxycycline
What is the Chemoprophylaxis for Influenza Type A and B?
Amantadine, rimantidine, or oseltamivir
What is the Chemoprophylaxis for Group A streptococcal disease?
Penicillin G benzathine(Bicillin LA) or penicillin VK (oral)
What is the Chemoprophylaxis for Anthrax?
Doxycycline or cyprofloxacin

Children consider amoxicillin suspension
Who receives the rabies vaccine and how often is the booster given?
Special Ops every two years
How is Yellow Fever spread?
Mosquito
A TDaP is administered for a wound after how many years have elasped from the last dose?
Five years
What year was it declared that smallpox was eradicated from the Earth?
1980
What is Poliomyelitis used for?
To prevent polio through the fecal-oral route
What is Pnemococcal vaccine for?
Prevent pneumococcal disease due to Streptococcus pnemoniae in high-risk personnel
What is Meningococcal vaccine for?
Prevent minigitis
What does Japanese encephalitis prevent?
Acute infection of the brain, spinal cord, and meninges
How is Japanese encephalitis contracted?
Mosquito
What is Hep A vaccine for?
Prevent infections of the liver from food or water
U.S. forces in Korea get what vaccine?
Hep B
What is Hep B for?
To prevent a chronic infection of the liver due to blood and body fluids
What is Haemophilis Influenzae type B for?
Prevent invasive Haemophilus disease in poeple with asplenia
Do detainees have to receive immunizations?
No, it is voluntary
How often is adequacy of immunization coverage among supported populations reviewed?
Annually
When must health care personnel report adverse events?
Hospitalization

Life-threatening event

24 hours lost from duty

Suspected contamination of a vial

Event warranting permanant mediacl exemption
Adverse reactions are reported on what form?
VAERS

Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System
What are the flying restrictions for the Japanese-encephalitis vaccine (JEV)?
First dose 3 days

Second dose 5 days

Third dose 3 days
What are the flying restrictions after receiving an immunization?
12 hours

72 hours if a reaction
What is the maximum number of vaccine injections that may be given in one day?
5
What documentation is used for hypersensitivity to vaccines?
SF 600 (Health record-Chronological Record of Medical Care) and on th eproblem list
What forms do you enter exemptions from vaccines?
PHS Form 731

Approved electronic ITS

DD Form 2766
May breast feeding women be immunized?
Yes
What are the types of exemption from immunization?
Medical and Administrative
Within how many days of sep/ret may a person be exempt from deployment immunizations?
180 days
What is the SF601?
Health Record Immunization Record
What happens if an immunization record is lost?
Assume the individual received standard immunizations
What does VIS stand for?
Vaccine information statements
Who must adverse reactions must be reported to?
VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System)
What are the first cluster immunizations?
Adenovirus, influenza, meningoccal, MMR, and varicella
What are the second cluster immunizations?
HepA, HepB, influenza, poliovirus, Td.
What is the definition of Chemprophylaxis?
Administration of medication before, during, or after possible exposure.