Vial usage, device dead space, vaccine wastage, and dose accuracy of intradermal delivery devices for inactivated poliovirus vaccine (IPV)
Intradermal delivery of a fractional dose of inactivated poliovirus vaccine (IPV) offers potential benefits compared to intramuscular (IM) delivery, including possible cost reductions and easing of IPV supply shortages. Objectives of this study were to assess intradermal delivery devices for dead space, wastage generated by the filling process, dose accuracy, and total number of doses that can be delivered per vial.
|Disease||, device dead space , dose accuracy , intradermal delivery devices for IPV , Poliomyelitis , vaccine wastage , vial usage|
|Added by||Marilyn Kelly|
|Added on||23 March 2017 08:10:32|
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