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Epidimiology

Quiz 2

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HepatitisB (childhood and Late) Minimum = Birth: D1-2 = 4wks: D2-3 =8wks : ndat least 16weeks after first dose;minimum age for the final doseis 24weeks
Rotavirus Minimum = 6wks: D1-2 = 4wks: D2-3 = 4wks:
Diphtheria,tetanus,pertussis 3 Minimum = 6wks: D1-2 = 4wks: D2-3 = 4wks: D3-4 = 6months: D4-5 = 6months
Haemophilus influenzae typeb Minimum = 6wks: D1-2 = 4wks: D2-3 = 4wks: D3-4 = 8wks - as needed
Pneumococcal (at risk) Minimum = 6wks: D1-2 = 4wks: D2-3 = 4wks: D3-4 = 8wks - as needed
Inactivatedpoliovirus for childhood and Late Minimum = 6wks: D1-2= 4wks: D2-3 = 4wks: D3-4 = 6 months
Meningococcal (at risk) (Childhood and late) 13 Minimum =6wks: D1-2 =8wks:
Measles,mumps,rubella (same in adults) 9 MMinimum =12months: D1-2 = 4wks:
Varicella Minimum = 12months: D1-2 =3months
Tetanus,diphtheria;tetanus, diphtheria,pertussis Minimum = 7years: D1-2= 4wks: D2-3 = 6wks: D3-4 = 6 months
Humanpapillomavirus 12 Minimum =9years
HepatitisA 11 Minimum =12months : D1-2 =6months
Adults influenza 1 dose annually
Adult TDAP (tetanus, kiptheria pertussis every 10 years
Adult Varicella 2 doses
Adult HPV 3 doses in women age 19-26
Adult Zoster 1 dose after age 60
Adult meningoccal (at risk 1 dose
Adult Hepatitis A at risk 2 doses
Adult Hepatitis B at risk 3 doses
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