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Risk-based: Talk to your healthcare provider about specific concerns! in general, if you are a woman under 25, test for gonorrhea and chlamydia each year, and over 25 if you have new partners or multiple partners. Hiv/syphilis/hepatitis testing if you have another std, have had more than one partner since your last test, or use injection drugs. Pap tests every other year (age 21-30) or every three (age 30-64). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Look for backups: In my state the law requires that i keep records (including vaccinations) on kids for 7 years from their last visit or 21 yrs, whichever is longer. Retrieval of the information is provided for a fee. Schools & day care facilities will often have a backup list available for review. Some states have a vaccine registry, but parents may have to opt-in to have their kids info recorded. ...Read more
See below: A prescription is not needed. Vaccine can be obtained from your provider, health department, or maybe student health. ...Read more
Current eyeglasses script helps me, -.25/-.50. Now new script changed to nothing/-.75. What if I can't see as good with new script changes?
Please find full updated list on all DNA, Antibodies, Antigens, and Proteins. Need text files for research projects. Links would help!!
NIH: AMA. Library of Congress- not this forum. ...Read more
For a State Agency safety written program update I'm researching, looking for a credible answer & source; is there currently a poison ivy vaccine?
I doubt it: people may be working on it. one approach: Arch Dermatol Res. 1999 Dec;291(12):652-8. ...Read more
Highly recommended: The Menactra is a conjugate vaccine (mcv4) that protects against 4 types of Meningococcal disease. Meningococcal disease can be rapid and devastating. It's one of the most common causes of bacterial meningitis which is an infection of the covering of the brain and spinal cord. It also causes infections in the bloodstream. The vaccine's well tolerated and given at age 11 with a booster at 16. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Where?: In a hospital, nursing home or other care facility a missed medication should always be reported on an incident report, and the attending physician and supervising RN should be informed immediately. ...Read more
Several recommended: 1make sure you are up to date on routine vaccines like tdap, mmr, varicella if you have not had chicken pox, polio and annual flu shot 2hepatitisa vaccine two doses 6 momths apart 3typhoid vaccine if you are eating out while travelling rural areas 4jappanese encephalitis if your trip will last for more than a month 5rabies vaccine if involved in outdoor activities 6malaria not vaccine but pills/preve. ...Read more
Annual after 40: This is a world wide challenge which is constantly evaluated . American college of radiology and american cancer society and others recommend baseline study around the age of 35-40 and then annual mammograms after 40 . I think what may change is how often in the later postmenopausal years. There has been some recent controversy about women between 40 and 50 but that controversy has been put down. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ask your college: Some colleges will allow you to register without proof of the immunization and some won't. If you can't find the actual shot record, they may ask that you have a blood test called a titer to determine if you are immune to either measels or rubella. Ask your college what they require that you have for attendance there. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers