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Arabic VISs

Vaccine Information Statements

Arabic-language VISs

Up-to-date translations

You are encouraged to distribute the current English version at the same time as the translation.
Chickenpox VIS
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Current English version
DTaP VIS
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Current English version
Hib VIS
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Current English version
Hepatitis A VIS
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Current English version
Hepatitis B VIS
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Current English version
HPV (Cervarix) VIS
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Current English version
HPV (Gardasil) VIS
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Current English version
Influenza - inactivated (IIV) VIS
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Current English version
Influenza - live intranasal (LAIV) VIS
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Current English version
Meningococcal VIS
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Current English version
MMR VIS
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Current English version
MMRV VIS
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Current English version
PCV13 VIS
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Current English version
PPSV VIS
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Current English version
Polio - IPV VIS
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Current English version
Polio - OPV VIS
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Current English version
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Oral polio vaccine is no longer available for use in the United States. These VISs are available on our website for the convenience of people outside the United States who choose to use them.
Rotavirus VIS
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Current English version
Shingles VIS
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Current English version
Td VIS
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Current English version
Tdap VIS
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Current English version
Arabic VIS
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Out-of-date translations

The translations for some VISs on our website are from previously published English-language versions that have since been updated. Unfortunately, IAC is not always able to obtain translations as updates are issued. Please ensure that your patients receive information consistent with the current of the following VISs.
ARABIC TRANSLATION OF THE MARCH 1, 2010 JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS VIS
Japanese encephalitis VIS
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Current English version
This translation does not contain the following CDC update:
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The updated VIS reflects the fact that Ixiaro is now the only available vaccine for Japanese encephalitis. Minor changes concern patients younger than 17 (who can no longer be advised to get JE-VAX) and recommendations for booster doses. See the Note to Providers (also accessible from the main VIS page) for more information on these topics. Existing stocks of the previous (3/1/10) Ixiaro VIS may still be used, although it refers to JE-VAX as still being available.
LANGUAGE INDEX
English Haitian Creole Punjabi
Amharic Hindi Romanian
Arabic Hmong Russian
Armenian Ilokano Samoan
Bengali Indonesian Serbian
Bosnian Italian Somali
Burmese Japanese Spanish
Cambodian Karen Swahili
Chinese Korean Tagalog
Chuukese Laotian Thai
Croatian Marshallese Turkish
Farsi Nepali Urdu
French Polish Vietnamese
German Portuguese Yiddish  
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