VAPP


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VAPP

The indicated air speed on approach for landing.
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In this study, we report clinical characteristics of 14 VAPP patients and virologie properties of their iVDPV isolates.
VAPP would adhere to curriculum guidelines set forth by the state and district in which it resides.
Under the WHO definition of polio eradication, VAPP was accepted as - figuratively, collateral damage.
Starting in February 2007, Getty's London development team worked closely with the Nativ consultants on developing VAPP and integrating Mio, while Nativ and Telestream collaborated on the FlipFactory implementation customized for Getty's needs.
OPV carries a slight risk for VAPP, whereas IPV does not cause VAPP or any other serious reactions.
In making this determination, both the reduction of VAPP risk achievable through IPV and the relative effectiveness of the two vaccine designs in preventing polio should be considered.
Another extremely rare occurrence with OPV is VAPP in an adult who is exposed to the recently immunized child.
Among 140 teachers, 11 were excluded from the study for not having responded to VAPP in the early speech therapy and 13 for lack of telephone contact.
A history of OPV and bacille Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccination in India led to the diagnoses of VAPP and BCG-osis, which were confirmed microbiologically.
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These children may receive OPV only for the third or fourth dose or both; in this situation, health care professionals should administer OPV only after discussing the risk for VAPP with parents or caregivers.
These children may receive OPV only for the third or fourth dose or both; in this situation, health-care providers should administer OPV only after discussing the risk for VAPP with parents or caregivers.