Hepatitis B Vaccines in Clinical Practice

Hepatitis B Vaccines in Clinical Practice

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This book presents current recommendations for vaccination for pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis in all suitable target populations and groups. It provides immunization guidelines from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for health care workers and others at occupational risk of exposure and for routine vaccinations by the Immune Practices Advisory Committee of the Centers for Disease Control.;Covering all aspects of the production, testing and applications of Hepatitis B vaccines, this book: lists all available vaccines worldwide; discusses all serological assays in the field; examines how the vaccine was tested in international clinical trials; describes new programmes for universal immunization of infants; and reveals how the vaccine may prevent some forms of hepatocellular carcinoma.;The book should be of interest to: infectious disease specialists, clinical virologists, immunologists, haematologists, oncologists, hepatologists and gastroenterologists, paediatricians, pharmacologists, molecular biologists, biochemists, biotechnologists, genetic engineers, occupational safety administrators and public health specialists; and upper level undergraduate, graduate and medical school students of these disciplines.The immunogenicity of four plasma-derived vaccines were compared in Thai young adults (47) given 20 ug per dose of ... Implementation of a nationwide vaccination program depends heavily on cost, particularly in the developing world.

Title:Hepatitis B Vaccines in Clinical Practice
Publisher:CRC Press - 1992-12-22


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