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Immunization Academy
Le suivi d'un registre des stocks aide à prévenir les ruptures de stock et les stocks excessifs. Découvrez comment tenir un registre des vaccins qui entrent et sortent de votre district ou de...
CDC - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This document is a summary of good practices for Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine Preparation and Administration
Jason M. Glanz et al.
Importance: Some parents are concerned that multiple vaccines in early childhood could weaken their child’s immune system. Biological data suggest that increased vaccine antigen exposure could...
Alice J. A. M. Sijts, Dietmar M. Zaiss, Sandrine Henri, Anouk C. M. Platteel
The skin is an attractive site for vaccination due to its accessibility and presence of immune cells surveilling this barrier. However, knowledge of antigen processing and presentation upon dermal...
Rouphael, N. et al.
Microneedle patches provide an alternative to conventional needle-and-syringe immunisation, and potentially offer improved immunogenicity, simplicity, cost-effectiveness, acceptability, and safety....
Vescovo P et al.
In a single-center study, 66 healthy volunteers aged between 18 and 50years were randomized to be immunized against rabies with three different injection routes: intradermal with DebioJect™ (IDJ),...
World Health Organization (WHO)
This document outlines a plan to develop and roll out an injection safety implementation project in India.
PATH, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance
This document aims to establish a common vaccine innovation vocabulary to help ensure clarity in communications about innovations applied to vaccine products to increase their programmatic...
Bishwa B Adhikari, James L Goodson, Susan Y Chu, Paul A Rota, Martin I Meltzer
OBJECTIVE: Currently available measles vaccines are administered by subcutaneous injections and require reconstitution with a diluent and a cold chain, which is resource intensive and challenging to...
The following is a DRAFT set of Preferred Product Characteristics (PPC) for a generic microarray patch (MAP) presentation) with a solid vaccine formulation of a live-attenuated measles-rubella (MR)...
World Health Organization (WHO)
The Antalya 2004 consultation, organized back-to-back with the Technology and Operations Panel meeting, welcomed a total of 105 participants including 15 participants representing national...
World Health Organization (WHO)
The 1999 Technet consultative meeting was held in Harare, Zimbabwe, from 6 to 10 December 1999. Approximately 80 participants attended, representing global organizations, nongovernmental...
World Health Organization (WHO)
The 1998 Technet consultation was held at the WHO Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen from 16 to 20 March 1998. This consultation gathered a wide range of experts and partners active in...
World Health Organization (WHO)
Fifty members participated in the Technet Conference held in Manila from 12-16 February 1996. This report summarises the discussion.
World Health Organization (WHO)
This report summarises the presentations and discussions that took place at the fifth Technet Conference that was held in Washington from 31 May to 4 June 1994.
World Health Organization (WHO)
This is a report of the conference conducted via an electronic bulletin board using the UNICEF-UNET electronic mail system.
World Health Organization (WHO)
This report sums up the discussions around EPI, logistics, cold chain and related issues at the Technet Conference held from 12-16 March 1990 in Nicosia, Cyprus.
Anna Taddio, Horace Wong, Ben Welkovics, Angelo L. Ilersich, Mara Cole, Morton Goldbach, Moshe Ipp
This study compared the pain caused from fast vs. slow vaccine injections. Methods Infants aged 2–6 months receiving primary immunizations were randomized to fast (2–4 mL/s) or slow (5–10...
Hanani Tabana et al.
Background The Expanded Programme on Immunisation (EPI) has increased the number of antigens and injections administered at one visit. There are concerns that more injections at a single...
Chen CC et al.
BACKGROUND: Needle-stick injuries accounts for a great proportion of all medical accidents in developing and undeveloped countries. The main cause of needle-stick accident injuries is the medical...
Schulze et al.
The young twenty-first century has already brought several medical advances, such as a functional artificial human liver created from stem cells, improved antiviral (e.g., against HIV) and cancer...
World Health Organization (WHO)
PPT exploring the benefits of administering aerosol measles vaccine.
Wouter F. Tonnis et al.
Pulmonary vaccine delivery has gained increasing attention during the last decade because this vaccination method combines potential advantages such as the fact that it omits the use of needles and...
E Agbenu, Y Chartier, J Eleeza, K O Antwi-Agyei, S Diamenu, O Ronveaux, W Perea
BACKGROUND: Current WHO best infection control practices for injections do not address the use of hub cutters due to insufficient evidence on safety and efficacy. OBJECTIVE: To assess the impact...
Rathore N et al.
Prefilled syringes and autoinjectors are becoming increasingly common for parenteral drug administration primarily due to the convenience they offer to the patients. Successful commercialization of...
Sarah Marshall et al.
Microneedles (MNs) are designed to specifically target the outermost, skin barrier layer, the stratum corneum, creating transient pathways for minimally invasive transcutaneous delivery. It is...
World Health Organization (WHO)
The document describes three elements of a strategy for the safe and appropriate use of injections: ■ Behaviour change among patients and health-care workers to decrease injection overuse and...
World Health Organization (WHO)
WHO recommendations and guidelines for injection device security.
Luthy KE et al.
Parents identifying themselves as being compliant with childhood vaccination requirements reported anxiety that can be divided into five major themes: parental anxiety prior to vaccination, parental...
Nilsson J et al.
Unsafe injections and substandard waste management are public health issues exposing healthcare workers and the community to the risk of infections. The objective of this study was to assess the...
Quinn P et al.
The aim of this study was to compare the immunogenicity and reactogenicity of a lower dose diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis vaccine (dTpa) with the recommended vaccine (DTPa) given as a fifth dose...
Lisa A. Jackson et al.
Local reactions to the fifth dose of the DTaP vaccine that require medical evaluation are uncommon, but the risk of those reactions is significantly higher when the vaccine is injected in the arm....
World Health Organization (WHO)
This document references safety syringes according to their ISO definition to provide an exact definition of the safety mechanism of each type of syringes and allow a common understanding between all...
Darin Zehrung et al.
There is a wide range of methods and technologies aimed at improving human vaccine products and the way they are delivered. Some of these have the potential to increase vaccine effectiveness in...
Kis EE & Winter G, Myschik J.
New insights in vaccine development, the need for safe, economic and efficient vaccine administration and the increasing mechanistic knowledge of immune responses induced by targeting the intradermal...
Sean P. Sullivan et al.
influenza prophylaxis would benefit from a vaccination method enabling simplified logistics and improved immunogenicity without the dangers posed by hypodermic needles. Here, we introduce dissolving...
Suzanne M Bal et al.
Transcutaneous immunization (TCI) is a promising alternative to vaccine delivery via the subcutaneous and intramuscular routes, due to the unique immunological characteristics of the skin. The...
Wu Z et al.
The study objectives were to evaluate injection practices in China in the post GAVI project era and provide guidance for policy makers to update national standards for injection practices and further...
José-Luis Díaz-Ortega et al.
Highlights •Both aerosolized vaccines, MMR-SII and MMR II yielded immune responses to the three viruses. •Successful response to Attenuvax component, related to Schwarz measles...
Elhoseeny TA & Mourad JK
The Safe Injection Global Network (SIGN) developed an intervention strategy for reducing overuse of injections and promoting the administration of safe injections. Tool C - Revised is designed to...
Nakalembe M, Mirembe F, Banura C
Currently, there is limited data on the immunogenicity and efficacy of human papillomavirus vaccines in Low and Middle income countries (LMIC). The review aims to summarize the current status from...
World Health Organization (WHO)
In a new position paper published in today’s edition of the Weekly Epidemiological Record, WHO provides recommendations to reduce pain and anxiety during vaccination which can be applied in all...
Sibel Kucukoglu et al.
This study was conducted to evaluate the pain perceptions of newborns during the hepatitis B (HBV) vaccinations performed in the facilitated tucking position and the classical holding position,...
World Health Organization (WHO)
The purpose of Module 1 is to help you determine how much vaccine and safe-injection equipment you need to run your immunization programme, how to manage its storage, distribution and...
Gold- Michael, Dugdale- Sarah, Woodman- Richard J & McCaul- Kieran A
We linked the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register (ACIR) to South Australian (SA) hospital outcome data in order to evaluate the association between Measles Mumps and Rubella (MMR) and...
Chandrashekhar Aundhkar, Padmasani Venkat Ramanan, Jitendra Oswal, Prasad S. Kulkarni, Darin Zehrung, Sarah McGray, Tara Miller, Dhananjay Kapse, P. Venugopal, Ashish Bavdekar
Background We conducted a randomized, non-inferiority, clinical study of MMR vaccine by a disposable-syringe jet injector (DSJI) in toddlers in India in comparison with the conventional...