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Influenza Vaccination Pocket Information Guide for 2010-11
 

What is it?
A quick reference tool, the influenza vaccination pocket information guide gives front-line healthcare personnel useful information about the use of both inactivated (injectable) and live (intranasal) influenza vaccines. Laminated for durability, printed in easy-to-spot black and orange, and sized to fit in a shirt or lab coat pocket (3-3/4" x 6-3/4"), the guide is intended to be a provider's partner throughout the current influenza season. It presents information concisely, listing the groups targeted to receive the vaccine, as well as vaccine contraindications, dosing, administration methods, and side effects. In addition, it supplies providers with talking points useful in convincing hesitant patients about the importance of being vaccinated.

 
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This page was updated on August 25, 2011

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