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  • Administering a vaccine after exposure is known as postexposure prophylaxis.

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  • This, in turn, can lead to litigation, Some, such as postexposure weaning and subse - and certainly to a reference in the package label quent second-generation drug effect studies, will insert. be time-consuming and expensive.

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  • Need for vaccination is more important if potential exposure is in rural areas and if adequate postexposure care is not readily available.

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  • Need for vaccination is more important if potential exposure is in rural areas and if adequate postexposure care is not readily available.

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  • Should we be reassured by the knowledge that there is that four-day postexposure window in which the vaccine can still be effective?

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  • However, if it is soon cipro doasage for the stable dose, give the postexposure you missed and reach approximately the additional especially prolonged dose.

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  • In addition, we administered postexposure ring chemoprophylaxis with oseltamivir and segregated the affected military units to contain the spread of the virus.

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  • "This model, even as is, should be useful for studying pre - or postexposure treatments," she says.

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  • Act included these responders in postexposure notification processes, but that protection was dropped during a 2006 reauthorization.

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  • Screening for HIV, syphilis, and vaginal infections is provided, and if the rape has occurred within 72 hours, patients receive postexposure prophylaxis.

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