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Name the Disease & Vaccine Type:
MMR
Measles mumps rubella
Live attenuated
Name the Disease & Vaccine Type: DTap/TDaP
Diptheria: toxoid
Teatnus: toxoid
Pertussus: toxoid & bacterial components
Name the Disease & Vaccine Type:
IPV
Poliomyelitis: inactevated
Name the Disease & Vaccine Type:
Hepatiits
Hep A: Inactivated
Hep B: recombinant surface antigen
Name the Disease & Vaccine Type:
Hib
Bacterial meningitis: polysaccharid & carrier
(activates Th->IgM-IgG & Memory B)
Name the Disease & Vaccine Type:
PVC
(Pneumcoccal)
Pneumonia, meningitis, ear infections: polysaccharid & carrier
(activates Th->IgM-IgG & Memory B)
Name the Disease & Vaccine Type:
RV
Rotavirus-Severe diarrhea:
attemnuated Oral
Name the Disease & Vaccine Type:
HPV
Human Papaloma Virus (cervical cancer)
Recominant capsid protein
Name the Disease & Vaccine Type:
MCV 4
Bacterial menigitis: polysaccharide & carrier
When is the first dose given and the # of boosters?

MMR
1 year
1 booster at 4-6 years
When is the first dose given and the # of boosters?
DTap/TDap
2 months
4 boosters + TDap at 11-12 years and every 10 years thereafter
When is the first dose given and the # of boosters?
IPV
2 Months
3 boosters
When is the first dose given and the # of boosters?
Viravax
(Chicken Pox-Chldren)
1 Year, 1 booster
When is the first dose given and the # of boosters?
Hepatitis A
1 year, 1 booster
When is the first dose given and the # of boosters?
Hep B
At birth, 2 boosters
When is the first dose given and the # of boosters?
Influenza
Yearly starting at 6 months
When is the first dose given and the # of boosters?
HiB
Haemophilus influenza type B
2 months, 3 boosters
When is the first dose given and the # of boosters?
PCV
2months, 3 boosters
When is the first dose given and the # of boosters?
Rotavirus
2 months, 2 boosters
When is the first dose given and the # of boosters?
HPV
11-12 year old females, 2 boosters
When is the first dose given and the # of boosters? MCV 4
(bacterial meningitis)
11-12 years, no booster
What is the recommendation for adult TDap?
give one time TDap, then Td every 10 years
(TDap is mainly for adults and for boosting)
What is the recommendation for PPSV (Pneumoccocal) vaccine?
1 dose over 65 y/o
What is the recommendation for Zostavax?
Shingles vaccine 1 dose for those over 60
What is the difference between TDap and DTap?
(TDap is mainly for adults and for boosting: less diptheria and pertussis)
"a" stands for acellular (toxoid and other components
What are the guidelines for the HPV vaccine?
Three does if under 26 y/o and have not been vaccinated
What is the adult recommendation for MMR?
booster between 19-49 y/o
What is the recommendation for Varicella in adults?
2 doses if no evidence of immunity
What are the capsular polysaccharides?
 H. influenzae type b (Hib)
 N. meningitidis (MCV - meningococcal conjugate vaccine)
 S. pneumoniae (PCV – pneumococcal conjugate vaccine;
PPSV – pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine)
What vaccines are toxoids?
 Diphtheria
 Tetanus
 Pertussis (also includes other bacterial components)
What are toxoids?
inactivated toxins
Alterd so that the protein so that
it loses pathogenicity but retains immunogenicity
What are Capsular Polysaccharides? Why/how are they used?
Polysaccgaride alone isn't efficient is evoking a B response. antibody responses
and memory can be generated by coupling polysaccharides to protein carriers (conjugate vaccines)
What are Recombinant Microbial Antigens?
recombinant DNA vaccines used to synthesize immunogenic microbial antigens
What are the What are Recombinant Microbial Vaccines?
hepatitis B & HPV
What are the components of the acellular Pertussis vaccine?
Inactivated bacterial components
What are the components of the Neissera meningitides vaccine, MCV4?
Polysaccharide + carrier = MCV4
What are the components of the Neissera meningitides vaccine, MPSV4?
Polysaccharide only =
What are the components of the Haemophilus influenza type B (Hib) vaccine?
Polysaccharide + carrier
What are the components of the Streptococcus pneumoniae PCV vaccine?
Capsular polysaccharides of 7 or 13 serotypes + carrier = PCV
What are the components of the Streptococcus pneumoniae PPSV vaccine?
Capsular polysaccharides of 23
serotypes = PPSV