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Mick N. Mulders
Annex 17 Generating Consensus Sequences with Sequencher
Mateusz Hasso-Agopsowicz
¿Cómo, dónde y cuándo vamos a utilizar parches de microarrays para administrar las vacunas contra el sarampión y la rubéola?
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS)
Parmi les cibles fixées dans le Plan d’action mondial pour les vaccins 2011-2020 figurait l’élimination de la rubéole dans 5 des 6 Régions de l’OMS à l’horizon 2020, et l’OMS...
World Health Organization (WHO)
The Global Vaccine Action Plan 2011–2020 included a target to achieve elimination of rubella in at least 5 of the 6 WHO regions by 2020, and WHO recommends capitalizing on the accelerated measles...
Vynnycky E et al.
Supported by GAVI Alliance, measles-rubella vaccination was introduced in Vietnam in 2014, involving a mass campaign among 1-14 year olds and routine immunization of children aged 9 months. We...
Wesolowski A et al.
Few countries in Africa currently include rubella-containing vaccination (RCV) in their immunization schedule. The Global Alliance for Vaccines Initiative (GAVI) recently opened a funding window that...
Rubella is generally a mild childhood disease, but infection during early pregnancy may cause spontaneous abortion or congenital rubella syndrome (CRS), which may entail a variety of birth defects....
Usonis V et al.
Rubella is a contagious viral disease with few complications except when contracted by pregnant women. Rubella infection in pregnancy can result in miscarriage, stillbirth or an infant born with...
Adriana Avila Moura, Maria Júlia Gonçalves de Mello, Jailson B. Correia
Vaccinating populations against rubella aims to mitigate viral circulation and to ensure that women of childbearing age are immunized to reduce the incidence of congenital rubella syndrome. This...
World Health Organization (WHO)
This document is intended for use by national immunization programme managers and immunization partners involved in operational support. General guidance about planning the introduction of a...
Halkyer P et al.
Over 3 weeks in 2006, 3826083 persons were vaccinated against rubella during a national immunization campaign in Bolivia. This campaign was the largest mass immunization campaign ever conducted in...
Teixeira AM et al.
The study concludes that the use of rapid coverage monitoring clearly contributed to the success of the national vaccination campaign to eliminate rubella and congenital rubella syndrome in Brazil....
John D. Grabenstein
For millennia, humans have sought and found purpose, solace, values, understanding, and fellowship in religious practices. Buddhist nuns performed variolation against smallpox over 1000 years ago....
James L. Goodson et al.
Rubella virus infection is transmitted by respiratory droplets and causes a generally mild disease characterized by a rash and fever, primarily in children. However, infection in women during early...
The Global Immunization Meeting: Protect, Innovate, Accelerate was organized jointly by WHO and UNICEF and served as forum to update the global immunization community on implementing the new...
Ana Morice, Teresa Cristina Segatto, Marcos Aurélio de Souza, Samia Abdul Samad, Antonia Maria da Silva Teixeira, Brendan Flannery
OBJECTIVE: To describe an adapted version of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) methodology for rapid monitoring of vaccination coverage and its use as a supervisory tool to guide...