Dengue Fever; Evaluation of Adverse Events
Dengue (pronounced den'' gee) is a disease caused by any one of four closely related viruses (DEN-1, DEN-2, DEN-3, or DEN-4). The viruses are transmitted to humans by the bite of an infected mosquito. In the Western Hemisphere, the Aedes aegypti mosquito is the most important transmitter or vector of dengue viruses, although a 2001 outbreak in Hawaii was transmitted by Aedes albopictus. It is estimated that there are over 100 million cases of dengue worldwide each year.
Hepatitis A Vaccine, (brand names include Havrix or Avaxim), is a vaccine against the Hepatitis A virus. ...
Dengue as related to Hepatitis A Vaccines
- WHO department on Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals
In a new position paper published in today’s edition of the Weekly Epidemiological Record, WHO recommends that countries should consider introduction of the dengue ...
- Hepatitis A vaccine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hepatitis A vaccine is a vaccine that prevents hepatitis A. It is effective in around 95% of cases and lasts for at least fifteen years and possibly a person's entire ...
- Dengue Fever Symptoms, Causes, Treatment - MedicineNet
What geographic areas are at high risk for contracting dengue fever?
- The Liver as Filter - Viral Hepatitis
A brief description of the role of the liver as a filter in the body (part of the Understanding the Liver lesson for patients, from the VA National Hepatitis C website.
- WHO | Research and development
WHO’s Initiative for Vaccine Research (IVR) facilitates vaccine research and development (R&D) against pathogens with significant disease and economic burden, with a ...
- Travel Health Services & Travel Medicine Consultants ...
Travel Medicine Services can include: Vaccines for Travel; Dengue Fever Prevention; Malaria Prevention; Travelers’ Diarrhea Prevention; Destination-Specific Health Alerts
- Travel vaccinations - Vaccinations - NHS
Vaccinations for travellers abroad . The following vaccinations are available for people travelling abroad: cholera; diphtheria; hepatitis A; hepatitis B
- Timeline of vaccines - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a timeline of the development of prophylactic human vaccines. Early vaccines may be listed by the first year of development or testing, but later entries ...
- Vaccines - SlideShare
The articles and short videos below show why vaccines do not protect and do cause damage and death to the vaccinated some are physiologically …
- Dengue Fever Symptoms, Treatment, Causes - MedicineNet
Dengue fever starts with symptoms of chills, headache, pain in the back of the eyes that may worsen upon moving the eyes, appetite loss, feeling unwell (malaise), and ...