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PCV

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Nancy Chavez Gutierrez

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Maggie Cendejas & Nancy Chavez PCV streptococcus bacteria
*Can spread to people who come in contact with sick/healthy people who carry this bacteria 90 types of pneumococcal bacteria
new pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV13)
protects against 13 of them Prevnar 13 Route: Injection
Intramuscular injections only
Thigh-infants
Deltoid- toddlers, young children, & adults Route of the Vaccine &
the recommended site Center for Disease Control & Prevention (2012)
Pneumococcal Disease(PVC) Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/vis/downloads/vis-pcv.pdf

National Network for Immunization (2010) Pneumococcal Disease (PVC) Retrieved from http://www.immunizationinfo.org/vaccines/pneumococcal-disease

National Center for Immunization & Respiratory Diseases (2012) Pneumococcal Disease (PVC) Retrieved from http://www.immunize.org/vis/vis-pcv.pdf

Physicians Desk Reference. (2011). Product Labeling: Prevnar 13. Retrieved from
http://www.pdr.net/drugpages/concisemonograph.aspx?concise=1589 References neumococcal onjugate accine Map 115
Mrs. Torres Infections can be mild or severe.
The most common are:
Ear infections
Sinus infections
Pneumonia
Sepsis
Meningitis Less common but more serious : Lung[pneumonia], central nervous system, [meningitis] & (blood stream [bacterium]). Mostly common in infants, toddlers, smokers, and the elderly Only used in children 6 weeks through 5 years for prevention of the disease & ear infections & for adults older then 50yrs old. Not 100% effective. It only helps protect against the 13 strains included in the vaccine. pneumococcal infections caused:
• over 700 cases of meningitis,
• 13,000 blood infections,
• about 5 million ear infections,
• about 200 deaths annually in the United States in children under five. FACTS History of Pneumococci TIME FRAME
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