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Vaccines

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Type of immunity

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placental IgG, clostrumnatural passive
recovery from infectionnatural active
monoclonal antibodies against RSVartificial passive
DtaP vaccineartificial active
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Summary

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MMRlive
sabinlive
chickenpoxlive
small poxlive
yellow feverlive
typhoidlive
rotaviruslive
francisellalive
influenza spraylive
rabieskilled
influenzakilled
salk poliokilled
HAVkilled
cholerakilled
encephalitiskilled
HBVrecombinant
HPVrecombinant
borreliarecombinant
tetanustoxoid
diptheriatoxoid
pertussistoxoid
H fluconjugate
n. meningitidisconjugate
pneumococcalconjugate
typhoidconjugate
adenoviruslive
live attenuated vaccinesMMR, Sabin, chicken pox, small pox, yellow fever, typhoid, rotavirus, francisecell, influenza spray
killed vaccinesrabies, influenza injection, salk polio (injection), HAV, cholerae, encephalitis
recombinant vaccinesHBV, HPV, Borrelia
Toxoid vaccinestetanus, diphtheria, pertussis
subunit vaccinesH. Flu, N. meningitidis, pneumococcal, typhoid
live vaccineadenovirus
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Section

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Treatment of an acute C. diphtheriae infection 1)diptheria antitoxin 2)penicillin or erthromycin 3) DPT vaccine
What type of immunity is the diphtheria antitoxin? Passive
What type of immunity does the diphtheria vaccine provide? Active
Live attenuated vaccineversion of living bug has been weakened. closest to natural infection. strong cellular and antibody responses.Rarely may revert to virulent form in immunocompromised hosts.
rotavirus, measles, mumps, rubella, varicella, Herpes Zoster, Yellow fever, poliovirus (Sabin), influenza (intranasal)live attenuated vaccines
Killed vaccinescannot revert to virulent forms. shorter protection. more likely to need bosters.
Polio (IPV) and Hep Ainactivated/killed
Toxoid vaccinesome bugs cause disease with toxins. These mimic toxins.
diptheria, tetanus, pertussistoxoid vaccine
conjugated vaccinecontains part of bug that provokes immune response.
Hep B, influenza, H. Flu type B, pertussis, pneumococcal, meningococcal, HPVconjugated
Vaccines that can be given in pregnancydiptheria, tetanus, influenza, Hep B
What live vaccines can be given to HIV positive positive patients who do not show signs of immunodeficiencyMMR
H flu vaccine is conjugated todiptheria toxoid
Adult version is not conjugated and does not stimulate a helpter T cell responsepneumococcal
Infant version is conjugated and stimulates a helper T cell responsepneumococcal
Capsule of H. Flu type BPRP
Why is H. Flu conjugated to diptheria or tetanus toxoidinduce T-cell dependent stimulation of B cells to undergo class switching (IgG to IgM)
vaccine contains capsular polysaccharidesneisseria meningitis
after exposure to what patients are given preformed antibodiestetanus, botulinum, HBV, varicella, rabies or RSV
killed vaccinesRabies, Influenza (injected), Salk Polio (injected) and HA
what is the different antibody response between giving the live oral Sabin and killed SalkSabin produces a stronger mucosal secretory IgA immune response
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