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Administering Vaccines

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Administering Vaccines

Administering Vaccines
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Documenting Vaccination
Parent Handouts
Patient Schedules
Questions and Answers
Recommendations
Screening Questionnaires
Standing Orders
Storage and Handling
Supplies Checklist
Temperature Logs
Vaccine Reactions
Vaccine Summaries
Administering Vaccines: Dose, route, site, and needle size
One-page reference table [#P3085]
Administering Vaccines to Adults: Dose, route, site, and needle size
One-page reference table [#P3084]
Current Dates of 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]
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]
Guide for determining the number of doses of influenza vaccine to give to children ages 6 months through 8 years during the 2014–2015 influenza season
This resource provides guides for determining the number of doses of influenza vaccine to give to children ages 6 months through 8 years during the 2014–2015 influenza season [#P3093]
Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines
Two-page reference table listing contraindications and precautions [#P3072A]
Guide to contraindications and precautions to commonly used vaccines in adults
One-page table listing contraindications and precautions [#P3072]
Hepatitis A and B vaccines... be sure your patient gets the correct dose!
Recommended child and adult dosages of licensed hepatitis A and B vaccines [#P2081]
How to administer IM and SC injections
Two-sided information sheet with illustrations [#P2020]
How to administer IM and SC vaccine injections to adults
One-page information sheet with illustrations [#P2020A]
How to administer intradermal, intranasal, and oral vaccinations
This piece is for providers, and shows how to administer intradermal, intranasal, and oral vaccinations [P2021]
How to administer intramuscular, intradermal, and intranasal influenza vaccines
This piece is for providers, and shows how to administer intramuscular, intradermal, and intranasal influenza vaccines [P2024]
IAC Quiz #1: Immunization
Nine true/false questions for clinic staff [#P7001]
IAC Quiz #2: Vaccine Administration
Nine true/false questions for clinic staff [#P7002]
It's federal law! You must give your patients current VISs
Everything you need to know about VISs [#P2027]
Medical management of vaccine reactions in adult patients
Table describes procedures to follow if various reactions occur in adult patients, includes supply list [#P3082]
Medical management of vaccine reactions in children and teens
Table describes procedures to follow if various reactions occur in children and teens, includes supply list [#P3082A]
Skills checklist for immunization
The skills checklist is a self-assessment tool for health care staff [#P7010]
Suggestions to improve your immunization services
For use in both pediatric and adult health settings [#P2045]
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]
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This page was reviewed on November 21, 2014
 
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