Sunday, October 5, 2008

Vaccine Administration

Vaccine administration includes all of this activity:

• Preparation
• Infection Control
• Vaccine preparation
• Administration

Each of that activity will describe more detail on the next articles, and must attention carefully on doing vaccine applications. Appropriate vaccine administration is critical to vaccine effectiveness. The recommended site, route and dosage for each vaccine are based on clinical trials, practical experience and theoretical considerations. The following information provides general guidelines for administration of vaccines for those who administer vaccines, as well as those in training, education and supervisory positions.

This information should be used in conjunction with professional standards for medication administration, vaccine manufacturers' product guidelines, CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) General Recommendations on Immunization, the American Academy of Pediatrics' (AAP) Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases Red Book, and state/agency-related policies and procedures. An education plan that includes competency-based training on vaccine administration should be considered for all persons who administer vaccines to children or adults. All the vaccine activity for every diseases vaccine must follow the vaccine schedule that determine by the area conditions and current situation that sometime changes every time.

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