Vaccination and pregnancy

November 2008
Pulse;11/26/2008, Vol. 68 Issue 41, p47
The article focuses on the theoretical consideration and data from the inadvertent application of vaccines and drugs in pregnancy which tends to drive recommendations. According to the article, one of the concerns is the potential adverse effect of febrile reactions to vaccines. It is stated that a research on fever in pregnancy is reassuring. It added that pregnancy must not be considered as a general contraindication to immunisation.


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