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1. After the shots...what to do if your child has discomfort
Tip sheet for parents describing how to reduce fever, including medication dosages for various ages and weights of children [#P4015]
2. How to administer intramuscular and subcutaneous vaccine injections
One page information sheet with illustrations [#P2020]
3. How to administer intramuscular and subcutaneous vaccine injections to adults
One-page information sheet with illustrations [#P2020A]
4. Administering vaccines: dose, route, site, and needle size
One-page reference table [#P3085]
5. Administering vaccines to adults: dose, route, site, and needle size
One-page reference table [#P3084]
6. Vaccinations for infants and children, age 0-10 years
Covers all vaccinations for infants and children [#P4019]
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7. Vaccinations for preteens and teens, age 11-19 years
Covers all vaccinations for teenagers [#P4020]
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8. Vaccinations for adults – you're never too old to get vaccinated!
One-page sheet describes vaccinations that adults need [#P4030]
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9. When do children and teens need vaccinations?
Simple table for parents depicting the immunization schedule for children [#P4050]
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10. Science supports our confidence in vaccines
Reviews the scientific evidence favoring routine vaccination, segmented by safety, components, compensation, the reasoning underlying vaccine policy, and other topics [#P2073]
11. Leading medical organizations endorse strong school and childcare vaccination requirements and elimination of non-medical exemptions
One-page handout for policymakers listing medical organizations' policies that endorse childcare and school vaccination requirements and the elimination of personal belief and religious exemptions. [#P2071]
12. Summary of recommendations for child/teen immunization (age birth through 18 years)
Six-page reference table on appropriate use, scheduling, and contraindications of childhood vaccines [#P2010]
13. Summary of recommendations for adult immunization (age 19 years and older)
Five-page reference table on appropriate use, scheduling, and contraindications of adult vaccines [#P2011]
14. Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for children and teens
Form your patients (or parents) fill out to help you evaluate which vaccines can be given at that day's visit, includes information sheet for healthcare professionals [#P4060]
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15. Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for adults
Form your patients fill out to help you evaluate which vaccines can be given at that day's visit, includes information sheet for healthcare professionals [#P4065]
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16. Dates of current Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)
Print and cut out up to four charts (4" x 5.5") of current VIS dates for posting around the clinic and work place [#P2029]
17. You must provide patients with Vaccine Information Statements (VISs) – it's federal law!
Everything you need to know about VISs [#P2027]
18. Vaccinations for pregnant women
One-page sheet describes the vaccines for pregnant women. [#P4040]
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19. Vaccinations for adults without a spleen
One-page sheet describes vaccinations that adults without a spleen need [#P4047]
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SPANISH
20. You're 16…we recommend these vaccines for you!
One-page handout for 16-year-olds and their parents about the vaccines recommended for them (MenACWY, MenB, HPV, Influenza) [#P4022]
Language:
SPANISH
 
21. Vaccines with diluents: how to use them
Table of vaccines requiring reconstitution prior to administration, includes information about the diluent and time allowed between reconstitution and use [#P3040]
22. Influenza vaccine products for the 2020-2021 influenza season
Information about influenza vaccine products available in the U.S. during 2020-2021 [#P4072]
23. Clear answers and smart advice about your baby's shots by Ari Brown, MD, FAAP
This piece, written by Dr. Ari Brown, gives clear answers to parents' questions about vaccines [#P2068]
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RUSSIAN
24. Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines
Two-page reference table listing contraindications and precautions for vaccines given to children and adults [#P3072A]
25. Healthcare personnel vaccination recommendations
Recommendations in brief [#P2017]
26. Hepatitis B and healthcare personnel
How to protect healthcare personnel, includes post-exposure prophylaxis guidelines and new Q & A's [#P2109]
27. Hepatitis A and hepatitis B vaccines: be sure your patients get the correct dose
Recommended child and adult dosages of licensed hepatitis A and B vaccines [#P2081]
28. Pneumococcal vaccines: IAC answers your questions
One-page Q&A, with a table about revaccination [#P2015]
29. Meningococcal ACWY vaccine recommendations by age and risk factor
This table summarizes the recommendations of CDC's ACIP for the use of meningococcal ACWY vaccine. [#P2018]
30. DTaP, Tdap, and Td catch-up vaccination recommendations by prior vaccine history and age
This table summarizes the catch-up recommendations of CDC's ACIP for the use of DTaP, Tdap, and Td vaccines [#P2055]
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