- adj. medicine Of, pertaining to, or caused by meningococci
- meningococcus + -al (Wiktionary)
“It costs less than 50 cents a dose and provides 10 years of immunity against a form of meningitis called meningococcal-A, which infects the lining around the brain and spinal cord and can kill or disable its victims.”
“A first dose of what's called meningococcal conjugate vaccine between ages 11 and 12, with a booster dose at 16.”
“The university and the Dane County Coronor's office believe he had a form of meningitis known as meningococcal disease, a rare and serious bacterial infection that can quickly cause grave illness or death.”
“Together these are known as meningococcal disease.”
“A hospital spokeswoman says the girl has meningitis meningococcal, which is less severe than cerebral meningococcal.”
“Wisconsin law says students who reside in a dormitory or residence hall must inform their university whether they have received the vaccine against bacterial meningitis, called the meningococcal vaccine.”
“Courtney, 11, contracted a life threatening condition called meningococcal septicaemia when she was only 22-months old.”
“I treat young people with infectious diseases, including HIV, and acute infectious diseases such as meningococcal disease sepsis and meningitis.”
“Prof Booy said stopping a child from contracting influenza also had a protective effect against other potentially life-threatening illnesses such as meningococcal and pneumococcal infections.”
“Data are promising in animal models and in certain specific clinical settings, such as meningococcal disease and the treatment of neonates and other pediatric populations.”
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