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Adoption (international)

Adoption - International
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Travel - International
Brief introduction to hepatitis B for parents of adopted children
Author: S J Schwarzenberg, MD [#P4150]
Cocooning protects babies
This handouts explains cocooning. Everyone in a baby's life needs to get vaccinated against whooping cough and flu [#P4039]
Language:
SPANISH
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]
Hepatitis A, B, C: Learn the differences
One-page table explaining the differences [#P4075]
Hepatitis A is a serious liver disease. Vaccination can protect you.
Brochure for all ages [#P4080]
Hepatitis A: Questions and answers
Information about the disease and vaccines for patients and parents [#P4204]
Hepatitis B and A vaccines are imperative for families adopting from abroad
Author: Jane Aronson, MD [#P4153]
Hepatitis B Facts: Testing and vaccination
List of high-risk groups, interpretation of the hepatitis B panel, and a glossary of hepatitis B terminology [#P2110]
Hepatitis B information for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
How to prevent hepatitis B and take care of yourself if you have chronic disease [#P4190]
If you, your parents or your children were born in any of these places...
Encourages testing and vaccination [#P4170]
Languages:
SPANISH
CHINESE
RUSSIAN
VIETNAMESE
Questions frequently asked about hepatitis B
Four pages of commonly asked questions [#P4090]
Language:
SPANISH
Should you be vaccinated against hepatitis A? (for adults)
Use this questionnaire to assess your patients' risk factors [#P2190]
Language:
SPANISH
Standing orders for administering hepatitis A vaccine to adults
Eligible health professionals may vaccinate adults who meet any of the criteria on this form [#P3077]
Standing orders for administering hepatitis A vaccine to children and adolescents
Eligible health professionals may vaccinate children and teens who meet any of the criteria on this form [#P3077A]
Standing orders for administering hepatitis B vaccine to adults
Eligible health professionals may vaccinate adults who meet any of the criteria on this form [#P3076]
Standing orders for administering hepatitis B vaccine to children and teens
Eligible health professionals may vaccinate children and teens who meet any of the criteria on this form [#P3076A]
Summary of recommendations for child/teen immunization
Four-page reference table on appropriate use, scheduling, and contraindications of childhood vaccines [#P2010]
You are not alone! Information for young adults who are chronically infected with HBV
Article for teens with chronic HBV infection Authors: S J Schwarzenberg, MD, and K Wainwright, RN [#P4118]
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