The Vaccine Handbook: A Practical Guide for Clinicians
Gary S. Marshall
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2004 - Medical - 415 pages
The Vaccine Handbook has a simple purpose- to draw together authoritative information about vaccines into a simple and concise resource that can be used in the office, clinic, and hospital. Not an encyclopedia or scientific textbook, The Vaccine Handbook gives practical advice and provides enough background for the practitioner to understand the recommendations and explain them to his or her patients.
For each vaccine, the authors discuss the disease and its epidemiology, the vaccine’s efficacy and safety, and the practical questions most frequently asked about the vaccine’s use. The authors also discuss problems such as allergies, breastfeeding, dosing intervals and missed vaccines, and immunocompromised individuals.
This handbook is also available electronically for handheld computers. See Media listing for details.
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General Considerations 1
Standards and Regulations
The Immunization Encounter
The Business of Vaccines in Practice
Universal Vaccines for Children and Adolescents
Vaccines for Adults and Selected Children
Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
David P Greenberg M D
Paul A Оffit M D
Vaccination in Special Circumstances
Vaccine Regulation Policy and Safety
Division of Infectious Diseases
Sources of Information about Vaccines