typhoid vaccine


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typhoid vaccine

[′tī‚fȯid vak′sēn]
(immunology)
A type of killed vaccine used for active immunity production; made from killed typhoid bacillus (Salmonella typhi).
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Typhoid vaccine introduction: An evidence-based pilot implementation project in Nepal and Pakistan.
Neither typhoid vaccine available in the United States is licensed by the Food and Drug Administration for prevention of paratyphoid fever, although limited observational data suggest the oral, live-attenuated Ty21a vaccine might offer some protection against Paratyphi B (tartrate negative) (10).
Late last year, ACIP updated its recommendations on the use of typhoid vaccines.
Evaluating investments in typhoid vaccines in two slums in Kolkata, India.
Currently available Typhoid vaccines fall short in two major characteristics, namely long term protection and protection for children below 2 years of age, the population that needs it the most.
The DHA Preventive Services Centres have sufficient stocks of all vaccines, including the typhoid vaccine.
Kenya - diphtheria, polio and tetanus, hepatitisAand typhoid vaccine plus yellow fever.
Half the people in some neighborhoods received an injection of a typhoid vaccine called Vi, while half the people in other neighbor hoods got hepatitis Avaccinations.
The purchase gives Sanofi a platform in India as well as access to Shantha's pipeline of new products, including an experimental typhoid vaccine.
In contrast, the SC survey asked respondents to complete several choice tasks, each of which involved choosing between a cholera vaccine, a typhoid vaccine or neither (see Figure 1 for an example task; more details on the research design are provided in the following discussion).
An outbreak of typhoid fever, Xing-An County, People's Republic of China, 1999: estimation of the field effectiveness of Vi polysaccharide typhoid vaccine.
5 percent -- is the highest reported for any typhoid vaccine.