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After the shots... what to do if your child has discomfort (no dosing table)
Explains to parents/guardians which reactions are normal and which need medical attention [#P4014-07]
ENGLISH
All kids need hepatitis B shots!
Brochure that tells parents all children 0–18 years old need hepatitis B shots [#P4055-07]
ENGLISH
If you, your parents, or your children were born in any of these places
Encourages testing and vaccination [#P4170-07]
ENGLISH
Immunizations for babies -- A guide for parents
Picture of the shot schedule [#P4010-07]
ENGLISH
Measles, mumps, and rubella are serious diseases...make sure your child is protected!
Use this handout to teach parents about the seriousness of measles, mumps, and rubella, and the value of vaccination [#P4314-07]
ENGLISH
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 professionals [#P4065-07]
ENGLISH
Screening checklist for contraindications to vaccines for children and teens
Form your patients fill out to help you evaluate which vaccines can be given at that day's visit, includes information sheet for professionals [#P4060-07]
ENGLISH
Vaccinations for adults -- you're never too old to get immunized!
Table covering all adult vaccinations [#P4030-07]
ENGLISH
When do children and teens need vaccinations?
Picture of the shot schedule [#P4050-07]
ENGLISH
Vaccine Information Statements - Russian
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