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Diphtheria

Handouts: Vaccine Index

Diphtheria

Chickenpox (varicella)
Diphtheria
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B
H. influenzae type b
HPV
Influenza
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Diphtheria: Questions and answers
Information about the disease and vaccines for patients and parents [#P4203]
Standing orders for administering DTaP vaccine to children younger than 7 years
Eligible health professionals may vaccinate children under 7 who meet any of the criteria on this form [#P3073]
Standing orders for administering Td/Tdap to children ages 7 years and older
Eligible health professionals may vaccinate children and teens who meet any of the criteria on this form [#P3078A]
Standing orders for administering Tdap to pregnant women
Eligible health professionals may vaccinate pregnant women who meet any of the criteria on this form [P3078B]
Standing orders for administering Tdap/Td to adults
Eligible health professionals may vaccinate adults who meet any of the criteria on this form [#P3078]
Whooping cough, tetanus, and diphtheria are serious diseases...make sure your child is protected!
Use this handout to teach parents about the seriousness of whooping cough, tetanus, and diphtheria, and the value of vaccination [#P4324]
Unprotected People Reports - Diphtheria
Vaccine Information Statements - Diphtheria (DTaP)
Vaccine Information Statements - Diphtheria (Td/Tdap)
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