5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is the name of the two newer and preferred meningococcal conjugate vaccines (MCV4)? What was the name of the original meningococcal vaccine?
- Who should get the meningococcal vaccine?
- What are the ADRs of HIB vaccine?
- What are the special considerations for HPV vaccines?
- What is the DTaP + IPV + Hep B vaccine name?
- a Menveo and Menactra (MCV4)
The original = Menomune (MPSV4)
- b swelling, redness, or pain at injection site
fever and irritability
- c military, microbiologists, adolescents 11-12 yo, college students, asplenic pts, travelers to Africa/Asia/Middle East
- d Pediarix
*3 doses 2,4,6. Not for booster and not after birth
- e -can be given to females w/ abnormal pap test, + HPV test, or genital warts (Jess can expound on how bad those suck)
-lactating women can receive
-immunocompromised can receive
-But pregnant women CAN NOT!!!
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A, C, Y, W-135
*not for serogroup B or children < 2 yo
- females = 10-25 yo to prevent viruses 16 and 18
timetable = 0, 1, and 6 mos apart
- dose at 2,4,6 and 12-15 mos
- -premature infants can receive after 6 wks of age
-exposure of immunocomprised to vaccinated infant can get the vaccine
5 True/False Questions
What is the lesser used Rotavirus vaccine? And what type of vaccine is it? → vomiting, diarrhea, nasopharyngitis, fever
What type of vaccine is HIB? → conjugate vaccine
What are the ADRs of Rotavirus vaccine (RotaTeq)? → vomiting, diarrhea, nasopharyngitis, fever
What is the DTaP + IPV + HIB vaccine name? → Pentacel
Who should get the IPV? → kids
adults traveling to endemic areas or if working with virus