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Name 4 immune globulins?
cytomegalovirus immune
globulin
Rh(D) immune globulin
standard dose IM
Rh (D) globulin
Rh (D) globulin microdose
_______ ________ provide passive immunization to infectious diseases by providing antibodies.
Immune globulins
Immunization with vaccines and toxoids containing ______ or _______ antigenic material results in endogenous production of antibodies.
bacterial
viral
Immunity from immune globulins is _____, but short-lived (up to 3 months).
rapid
Active immunization with _______ or ______ produces prolonged immunity (years).
vaccine
toxoids
Contraindications?
Hypersensitivity to product, preservatives, or other additives. Some products contain (name 3)
thimerisol
neomycin
and/or EGG PROTEIN
Precautions?
Severe _____ problems (IM injections)
bleeding
Interactions?
Decreased antibody response to vaccine/toxoids and increased risk of adverse reactions in patients receiving concurrent (3)?
antineoplastic
immunosuppressive
radiation therapy
ASSESSMENT:
Assess previous _______ history and history of hypersensitivity.
immunization
List 2 potential nursing diagnoses?
Infection, risk for
Knowledge, deficient, related
to disease processes and
medication regimen
IMPLEMENTATION:
All of the following vaccines may be given concurrently? (7)
measles
mumps
rubella vaccine
trivalent oral polio virus
diphtheria toxoid
tetanus toxoid
pertussis
What is a toxoid?
A toxin that has been treated to destroy its toxicity, but is still capable of inducing formation of antibodies on injection
List 2 examples of toxoids.
1. alum-precipitated toxoid which is a toxoid of diphtheria or tetanus precipitated with potash alum.

2. diphtheria toxoid which is diphtheria toxin detoxified by formaldehyde treatment
Administer each immunization by appropriate route.
okay
Inform patient/parent of potential and reportable side effects of immunization. Health care professional should be notified if patient develops fever over ____; difficulty breathing; hives; itching; swelling of the eyes, face, or inside of nose, sudden severe tiredness or weakness; or convulsions occur.
39.4C (103F)
Review next scheduled immunization with parent. Emphasize the importance of keeping a record of immunizations and dates given.
okay
EVALUATION:
Effectiveness of therapy can be demonstrated by?
Prevention of diseases through active immunity.