Alexandra JablonkaGeorg M N BehrensMarcus StangeChristian DopferUlrike GroteGesine HansenReinhold Ernst SchmidtChristine Happle
Current political crises in the Middle East and economic discrepancies led millions of people to leave their home countries and to flee to Western Europe. This development raises unexpected challenges for receiving health care systems. Although pan-European initiatives strive for updated and optimized vaccination strategies, little data on immunity against vaccine-preventable disease...
:Journal of the neurological sciences1997
R BakshiM C Graves
Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), an acute inflammatory polyradiculoneuropathy, is often associated with an antecedent factor, such as an infection, surgery, systemic malignancy, or vaccination. The first case of GBS following a vaccination with combined tetanus-diphtheria toxoid is reported.
:P & T : a peer-reviewed journal for formulary management2016
Juan F MosleyLillian L SmithCrystal K ParkeJamal A BrownJustin M LaFrancePatricia K Clark
Vaccinations in school-aged children are required by state and local law to maintain high vaccination coverage rates, as well as low rates of vaccine-preventable diseases. Diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis are childhood diseases that can be life threatening; poliomyelitis, another childhood disease, can be disabling. In turn, vaccinations were developed to provide protection again...