What preventive vaccines should a healthy 65 year old male consider?

Adult Vaccinations

Pneumonia
Recommended (preventive medicine) vaccinations for 65 year olds: Pneumococcal (or pneumonia) -one time vaccine; Herpes Zoster (Shingles) -one time vaccine; Tetanus (Tdap if interacting with infants regularly)-every 10 years; Influenza Vaccine (yearly). Note-the Shingles vaccine is not well reimbursed by insurance companies and can cost $100-$300 out of pocket.
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1-Pneumovax for prevention of Peumococcal Pneumonia. 2-Influenza agains Influenza I, II, And Swine flu 2011-2012 3-Tetanus-diphtheria (Td )or Tetanus-diphteria-atenuated Pertussis (TDaP) if not given in 10 years or if unknown 4- Zostavax to prevent shingles ( after age 60) if pt had Chickenpox at some point in life.
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Current recomemdations for vaccines for 65 year olds include pneumonia & Shingles, in addition to every 10 year Tetanus and annual flu shots.
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