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immunoprophylaxis

Definitions

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  • noun immunology The prevention of disease by administration of vaccines

Etymologies

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immuno- +‎ prophylaxis

Examples

  • "Until the widespread delivery of an effective RSV vaccine, measures such as promotion of health service use, provision of regular oxygen supplies at health centers and hospitals, and immunoprophylaxis with monoclonal antibodies (when appropriate and affordable) can be expected to substantially reduce mortality associated with this disease."

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  • "Until the widespread delivery of an effective RSV vaccine, measures such as promotion of health service use, provision of regular oxygen supplies at health centers and hospitals, and immunoprophylaxis with monoclonal antibodies (when appropriate and affordable) can be expected to substantially reduce mortality associated with this disease."

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  • "Until the widespread delivery of an effective RSV vaccine, measures such as promotion of health service use, provision of regular oxygen supplies at health centers and hospitals, and immunoprophylaxis with monoclonal antibodies (when appropriate and affordable) can be expected to substantially reduce mortality associated with this disease."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • "Until the widespread delivery of an effective RSV vaccine, measures such as promotion of health service use, provision of regular oxygen supplies at health centers and hospitals, and immunoprophylaxis with monoclonal antibodies (when appropriate and affordable) can be expected to substantially reduce mortality associated with this disease."

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  • "Until the widespread delivery of an effective RSV vaccine, measures such as promotion of health service use, provision of regular oxygen supplies at health centers and hospitals, and immunoprophylaxis with monoclonal antibodies (when appropriate and affordable) can be expected to substantially reduce mortality associated with this disease."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • "Until the widespread delivery of an effective RSV vaccine, measures such as promotion of health service use, provision of regular oxygen supplies at health centers and hospitals, and immunoprophylaxis with monoclonal antibodies (when appropriate and affordable) can be expected to substantially reduce mortality associated with this disease."

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  • Di Trani L (2002) Recent developments in avian influenza research: epidemiology and immunoprophylaxis.

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  • "Until the widespread delivery of an effective RSV vaccine, measures such as promotion of health service use, provision of regular oxygen supplies at health centers and hospitals, and immunoprophylaxis with monoclonal antibodies (when appropriate and affordable) can be expected to substantially reduce mortality associated with this disease."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • "Until the widespread delivery of an effective RSV vaccine, measures such as promotion of health service use, provision of regular oxygen supplies at health centers and hospitals, and immunoprophylaxis with monoclonal antibodies (when appropriate and affordable) can be expected to substantially reduce mortality associated with this disease."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • "Until the widespread delivery of an effective RSV vaccine, measures such as promotion of health service use, provision of regular oxygen supplies at health centers and hospitals, and immunoprophylaxis with monoclonal antibodies (when appropriate and affordable) can be expected to substantially reduce mortality associated with this disease."

    Medlogs - Recent stories

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