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The Pink Book Appendices. a nd O ther V accine Resources. Outline. Introduction: Vaccinology Course A CIP Pink Book Appendices ACIP General Recommendation on Immunizations Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) Summary. Objective. After this presentation you will be able to:

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The pink book appendices

The Pink Book Appendices

and Other Vaccine Resources


Outline
Outline

  • Introduction: Vaccinology Course

  • ACIP Pink Book Appendices

  • ACIP General Recommendation on Immunizations

  • Immunization Action Coalition (IAC)

  • Summary


Objective
Objective

  • After this presentation you will be able to:

    • identify one (1) vaccine resource from this presentation you can use in your clinic practice


Clinical vaccinology course national foundation for infectious diseases seattle wa march 2014
Clinical VaccinologyCourseNational Foundation for Infectious DiseasesSeattle, WA March 2014

  • The vaccination process is complex, requiring the collaboration of multiple partners from:

    • basic scientific discovery through,

    • vaccine delivery and

    • outcome monitoring.


Prevention and Savings by

Immunization Program

(One Cohort)



Message from seattle
Message from Seattle

  • Support: reminders for the frontline

    • What we/you do is important

    • Vaccines prevent and/or reduce disease

    • Vaccines are well researched

    • Vaccines save lives and dollars


Step 8
Step # 8

  • Know where to find resources…


The pink book
The Pink Book

  • Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases

    12th Edition 2nd Printing



Acip pink book appendices
ACIP Pink Book Appendices

  • A: Schedules and Recommendations

  • B: Vaccines

  • D: Vaccine Administration

  • F: Vaccine Safety

  • G: Data & Statistics



A schedules and recommendations
A: Schedules and recommendations

  • Schedules on the Web

  • Recommended Minimum Ages and Intervals

  • Summary of Recommendations

  • Antibody-Live Vaccine Interval Table

  • Healthcare Personnel Vaccination Recommendations

  • Immunization of Immunocompromised Patients Tables

  • Contraindications Tables


Immunization schedules on the web
Immunization Schedules ON the Web

  • Current Schedules

    http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/index.html

  • Updated and published annually

  • Published concurrently by: ACIP, AAP, AAFP

  • For Health Care Professionals

    • Birth-18 years

    • Catch-up schedule, if more than one month behind

    • Adult


Summary of recommendations child teen and adult
Summary of Recommendations(child/teen and adult)

  • Reviews:

    • Vaccine and route

    • Schedule for routine vaccination and other guidelines

    • Catch-up and related issues

    • Contraindications and precautions (mild illness is not a contraindication)


Guide to contraindications and precautions
Guide to Contraindications and Precautions

  • Lists:

    • Vaccine

    • Contraindications

    • Precautions



B vaccines
B: Vaccines

  • U.S. Vaccines

  • Selected Discontinued U.S. Vaccines

  • Vaccine Excipient and Media Summary

  • Latex in Vaccine Packaging

  • Thimerosal Table

  • Foreign Language Terms



D vaccine administration
D: Vaccine Administration

  • “Vaccine Administration” Guidelines

  • Administering Vaccines

  • Medical Management of Vaccine Reactions (Children & Teens)

  • Medical Management of Vaccine Reactions (Adults)


Vaccine administration
Vaccine Administration

  • Staff Training and Education

  • Patient Preparation and Care

    • Screening

    • Technique

    • Special Situations

  • Documentation

  • Strategies to Prevent Administration Errors

    • (Know your inventory)


Administering vaccines dose route site and needle size
Administering Vaccines:Dose, Route, Site, and needle size


Medical management of vaccine reactions
Medical Management of Vaccine Reactions



F vaccine safety
F: Vaccine Safety

  • The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)

  • Table of Reportable Events Following Vaccination

  • The Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP)

  • The VICP Injury Table


Vaers
VAERS

  • VAERS is a national vaccine safety surveillance program co-sponsored by CDC and the FDA. VAERS collects information about adverse events (possible side effects).

  • Health care providers are required to report:

    • Any event listed by the vaccine manufacturer as a contraindication to subsequent doses of the vaccine.

    • Any event listed in the Reportable Events Table within the specified time period after vaccination.


VICP

  • The VICP is a no-fault alternative to the traditional tort system for resolving vaccine injury claims. It was established as part of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986.

  • The Vaccine Injury Table lists and explains injuries and conditions that are presumed to be caused by vaccines.

  • If an injury or condition is not on the Table or if it did not occur within the time period on the Table, the petitioner must prove that the vaccine caused the injury or condition.




Immunization action coalition1
Immunization Action Coalition

  • Ask the Experts

  • Screening Tools

  • Standing Orders

  • Hepatitis B and Healthcare Personnel

  • Hepatitis B Birth Dose

    • What Hospitals need to Do…

    • Honor Roll


Summary
Summary

  • The vaccine process is complex

  • Vaccines work

  • You need to stay current with immunization information

  • You need resources (know where they are and how to use them)

    • Pink Book

    • General Recommendations

    • Immunization Action Coalition

    • Immunization Program Staff



Contact information
Contact information

  • Susan Reeser RN, BSN

  • Nurse Consultant

  • Immunization Program

  • [email protected]

  • (406)-444-1805


Resources
Resources

  • http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/pinkbook/index.html

  • http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/rr6002a1.htm?s_cid=rr6002a1_e#Tab1

  • http://www.immunize.org/

  • Walter Orenstein, MD, An Over view of Vaccinology, Clinical Vaccinololgy Course, National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, Seattle WA March 21-23, 2014.

  • JoEllenWolicki, RN, BSN, Case Studies, National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, Seattle WA March 21-23, 2014


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