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Flu

Posted on: 2 Dec 2019
 

Learning objectives

  • The different type of flu vaccination available this year and which patients should have which vaccination.
  • What to do if a patient who is allergic to eggs requests vaccination and your vaccine supply has been grown in eggs.
  • Which children cannot have the nasal spray vaccination.
  • What to do if a parent turns down the nasal spray vaccination on religious grounds because it has porcine gelatine in it.
  • Who should have antiviral drugs and when they should be prescribed.

 

 

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