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Summary An increasing number of new and improved vaccines to prevent childhood diseases are being introduced. Combination vaccines represent one solution to the problem of increased numbers of injections during single clinic visits.
This statement provides general guidance on the use of combination vaccines and related issues and questions. To minimize the number of injections children receive, parenteral combination vaccines should be used, if licensed and indicated for the patient's age, instead of their equivalent component vaccines.
Hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and Haemophilus influenzae type b vaccines, in either monovalent or combination formulations from the same or different manufacturers, are interchangeable for sequential doses in the vaccination series. However, using acellular pertussis vaccine product s from the same manufacturer is preferable for at least the first three doses, until studies demonstrate the interchangeability of these vaccines.
Immunization providers should stock sufficient types of combination and monovalent vaccines needed to vaccinate children against all diseases for which vaccines are recommended, but they need not stock all available types or brand-name products. When patients have already received the recommended vaccinations for some of the components in a combination vaccine, administering the extra antigen s in the combination is often permissible if doing so will reduce the number of injections required.
To overcome recording errors and ambiguities in the names of vaccine combinations, improved systems are needed to enhance the convenience and accuracy of transferring vaccine-identifying information into medical records and immunization registries.
Further scientific and programmatic research is needed on specific questions related to the use of combination vaccines.
To complete the Recommended Childhood Immunization Schedule in the United States 1,2a minimum of 13 separate injections are needed to immunize a child from birth to age 6 years, using vaccines licensed in the United States as of April 10, During some office or clinic visits, the administration of three or four separate injections can be indicated.
Combination vaccines merge into a single product antigens that prevent different diseases or that protect against multiple strains of infectious agents causing the same disease. Thus, they reduce the number of injections required to prevent some diseases. Combination vaccines available for many years include diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and whole-cell pertussis vaccine DTwP ; measles-mumps-rubella vaccine MMR ; and trivalent inactivated polio vaccine IPV.
In the future, combination vaccines might include increasing numbers of components in different arrays to protect against these and other diseases, including hepatitis A, Neisseria meningitidis, Streptococcus pneumoniae, and varicella Appendix A Combination vaccines have some drawbacks.
Chemical incompatibility or immunologic interference when different antigens are combined into one vaccine could be difficult to overcome Vaccine combinations that require different schedules might cause confusion and uncertainty when children are treated by multiple vaccine providers who use different products.
The trend to develop combination products could encourage vaccine companies to merge to acquire the needed intellectual property Competition and innovation might be reduced if companies with only a few vaccine antigens are discouraged from developing new products.
This report, published simultaneously by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices ACIP 18the American Academy of Pediatrics AAP 19 and the American Academy of Family Physicians AAFP 20provides general recommendations for the optimal use of existing and anticipated parenteral combination vaccines, along with relevant background, rationale, and discussion of questions raised by the use of these products.
Principal recommendations are classified by the strength and quality of evidence supporting them Appendix B Only combinations approved by the U. Rationale The use of combination vaccines is a practical way to overcome the constraints of multiple injections, especially for starting the immunization series for children behind schedule.
The use of combination vaccines might improve timely vaccination coverage. Some immunization providers and parents object to administering more than two or three injectable vaccines during a single visit because of a child's fear of needles and pain and because of unsubstantiated concerns regarding safety 31, Other potential advantages of combination vaccines include a reducing the cost of stocking and administering separate vaccines, b reducing the cost for extra health-care visits, and c facilitating the addition of new vaccines into immunization programs.
The price of a new combination vaccine can sometimes exceed the total price of separate vaccines for the same diseases. However, the combination vaccine might represent a better economic value if one considers the direct and indirect costs of extra injections, delayed or missed vaccinations, and additional handling and storage Combining Separate Vaccines Without FDA Approval Immunization providers should not combine separate vaccines into the same syringe to administer together unless such mixing is indicated for the patient's age on the respective product label inserts approved by the FDA.
The safety, immunogenicity, and efficacy of such unlicensed combinations are unknown However, until data supporting interchangeability of acellular pertussis vaccines e.
Immunization providers who cannot determine which DTaP vaccine was previously administered, or who do not have the same vaccine, should use any of the licensed acellular pertussis products to continue the immunization series.
Interchangeability of Formulations The FDA generally licenses a combination vaccine based on studies indicating that the product's immunogenicity or efficacy and safety are comparable with or equivalent to monovalent or combination products licensed previously 16, FDA approval also generally indicates that a combination vaccine may be used interchangeably with monovalent formulations and other combination products with similar component antigens produced by the same manufacturer to continue the vaccination series.
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Today I will be analyzing Moana from Moana. Believe it or not I have seen this movie more times than I can count so I am very familiar with Moana's character.
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So that's a wrap of things for tonight. A long one considering the rain delays but what a game we have had. A run-feast and the crowd at Kotla surely got their money's worth.