Protecting The World S Children

Author: Sidsel Roalkvam
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 019164451X
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State of the World's Children. UNICEF (2011).
Health and ... New York: UNICEF. UNICEF/WHO (2009). Diarrhoea: Why children
are still dying and what can be done. New York and Geneva: UNICEF and WHO.
Vaccine Safety Datalink Group (2005). The use of a computerized database to
monitor vaccine safety in Viet Nam. ... Measuring impact in the Millennium
Development Goal era and beyond: a new approach to largescale effectiveness

Pediatric Nursing Caring For Children And Their Families

Author: Nicki L. Potts, Ph.D.
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1435486722
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A new approach to adolescent immunization is under consideration that includes
not only hepatitis B vaccine, but also protection against meningococcal
meningitis, pertussis, and hepatitis A. Nurses who interact with adolescents must
be aware of the changes to educate their clients and families to increase
protection against these particular infectious diseases. As a consequence of the
events of September 11, 2001, the world has been awakened to the threat of new
terrors from ...

Sainik Samachar

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WHO has embarked on a new phase in its task of protecting the health of children
around the world. An improved, integrated approach to immunization is needed if
the world's children are to grow up healthy. There is a need to change the
philosophy from a simplistic approach - all children have a right to be immunized
- to a broader one: all children must be protected from death and disability by
making the best vaccines available and using them in the most effective manner.
To meet ...

Travel Medicine

Author: Robert Steffen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642737722
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While the prevalence of disease has been greatly reduced in first world countries
[8] largely due to the development of protected water supplies and sewerage
disposal systems, the provision of these basic facilities is rare in third world ... A
new approach to typhoid vaccination was thus attempted in an area of high
endemic typhoid fever prevalence. A single dose of S. typhi capsular
polysaccharide was administered to 11284 children in November 1985 in a
doubleblind study [11].

Vaccine Design

Author: Rino Rappuoli
Publisher: Horizon Scientific Press
ISBN: 1904455743
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Innovative Approaches and Novel Strategies Rino Rappuoli, Fabio Bagnoli ...
Polyvalent purified PS vaccines are immunogenic in healthy adults, but not in
high risk groups such as young children and the elderly. Development of PS–
protein conjugate vaccines has overcome the poor immunogenicity of PS in
children, but the protection imparted is strictly serotype-specific, and the number
of included serotypes is even more restricted than in the PS vaccine formulations.
Widespread ...

The Vaccine Book

Author: Barry R. Bloom
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 0121072584
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Topics unique to this book: * Ethics * Economics * Diseases that could be prevented * Clinical trial designs * Ideas about the future of vaccines * Challenges facing research scientists in the vaccine area * Burden of vaccine-preventable ...

State Of The World S Vaccines And Immunization

Author: Sheila Davey
Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books (P) Ltd.
ISBN: 9789241546232
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This latest edition of State of the World's Vaccines and Immunization highlights the immense progress made in global immunization since the mid-1990s.

Nutrition And Immunology

Author: M. Eric Gershwin
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1592597092
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led to new approaches to presentation and delivery of new antigens specifically
designed to activate particular limbs of the immune response. Of importance has
... This is a universal infection throughout the world, targeting infants and children
from 6 to 24 mo of age in developed and developing countries alike, and virtually
all infants everywhere develop rotavirus infection and diarrhea. ... and protects
against severe infections and lethal disease resulting from all serotypes.
Whereas ...

Reassessing Twenty Years Of Vaccine Development Against Tuberculosis

Author: Ulrich E. Schaible
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
ISBN: 2889454460
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CONCLUSiON Although there has been much progress over the last 20 years,
we are still unable to identify BCG-induced correlates of protection in vaccinated
infants. This remains ... Dye C. Making wider use of the world's most widely used
vaccine: bacille Calmette–Guerin revaccination reconsidered. J R Soc ...
Coupled with sophisticated bioinformatic analyses, these new approaches may
soon identify the complex biosignatures associated with BCG-induced protection
against TB.

The Children S Vaccine Initiative

Author: Committee on the Children's Vaccine Initiative: Planning Alternative Strategies
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309049407
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This book notes that one of the best opportunities to address the growing problem of immunization in the United States and to improve the health of children in developing countries lies in marshaling the vaccine development and production ...