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What are the contraindications to MMR vaccination?
Current moderate or severe febrile illness
Anaphylaxis to neomycin or gelatin
Severe immunodeficiency
Thrombocytopenia after first dose of vaccine
Recent administration of immunoglobulin
Pregnancy
Allergy to eggs is a contraindication to MMR vaccination. True/False?
False
Which vaccines are administerd at 2,4,6 months?
DTaP, Polio, HiB, Pneumococcal
Asymptomatic HIV+ patients without severe immunosuppression should get MMR. True/False
True
When is DTaP repeated after the initial 2,4,6 month sequence?
15-18 months; 4-6 years
Which of the following is a contraindication to MMR vaccination:
Tuberculosis
Breastfeeding
Immunodeficient household member
Anaphylaxis to eggs
None
How often is a tetanus booster given?
At 10-12 years, and every 10 years thereafter
Can you given Hepatitis B vaccine on the second week?
No
First dose at birth OR 1-4 months.
What is the perinatal treatment for infants exposed to Hepatitis B?
Hepatitis B vaccine
IVIG
When is MMR given?
12-15 months and 4-6 years
When is the varicella vaccine given?
After 12 months.
Which vaccines should you avoid giving to immunocompromised pediatric patients?
MMR
Varicella
Seizures can occur after MMR vaccination. T/F
T
E: Simple febrile seizures happen in up to 15% of patients.