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Handouts: Vaccine Index

Meningococcal

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Meningococcal disease is serious...make sure your child is protected!
Use this handout to teach parents about the seriousness of meningococcal disease and the value of vaccination [#P4316]
Language:
SPANISH
Meningococcal: Questions and answers
Information about the disease and vaccines for patients and parents [#P4210]
Meningococcal vaccination recommendations by age and/or risk factor
This table summarizes the recommendations of CDC's ACIP for the use of meningococcal vaccine. [#P2018]
Protect yourself from meningococcal disease...Get vaccinated!
Use this handout to teach patients about the seriousness of meningococcal disease and the value of vaccination [#P4410]
Language:
SPANISH
Standing orders for administering meningococcal vaccine to adults
Eligible health professionals may vaccinate adults who meet any of the criteria on this form [#P3081]
Standing orders for administering meningococcal vaccine to children and teens
Eligible health professionals may vaccinate children and teens who meet any of the criteria on this form [#P3081A]
Unprotected People Reports - Meningococcal
Vaccine Information Statements - Meningococcal
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