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Who should not get the MMR vaccine?

Has a parent, brother, or sister with a history of immune system problems. Has ever had a condition that makes them bruise or bleed easily. Has recently had a blood transfusion or received other blood products. You might be advised to postpone MMR vaccination for 3 months or more.

What route is MMR given?

The dosage for MMR vaccine is 0.5 mL by the subcutaneous route. If a second dose is indicated, the minimum interval between the first and second doses should be separated by at least 4 weeks (28 days). The preferred injection site for adults is the posterior triceps aspect of the upper arm.

What are the ingredients of the MMR vaccine?

Each dose of the vaccine is calculated to contain sorbitol (14.5 mg), sodium phosphate, sucrose (1.9 mg), sodium chloride, hydrolyzed gelatin (14.5 mg), recombinant human albumin (≤0.3 mg), fetal bovine serum (<1 ppm), other buffer and media ingredients and approximately 25 mcg of neomycin.

Is there a vaccine just for rubella?

There are 2 vaccines that can prevent rubella: The MMR vaccine protects children and adults from rubella measles, and mumps. The MMRV vaccine protects children from rubella, measles, mumps, and chickenpox.

What is the route of JE vaccination?

Dosage and Route of Transmission Vaccine is administered subcutaneously, in two 0.5 ml doses, one week apart, to children six to 12 months of age. JE vaccine is given principally in large campaigns in early spring without concurrent administration of other vaccines.

Who is immune to rubella?

A person with rubella may spread the disease to others from 1 week before the rash begins, until 1 to 2 weeks after the rash disappears. Because the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine is given to most children, rubella is much less common now. Almost everyone who receives the vaccine has immunity to rubella.

What is the difference between rubella and rubeola?

Three to five days later, the measles rash appears. It is red or reddish-brown in color and tends to start in the hairline, is more blotchy than the rash associated with rubella, and lasts longer. It can spread to the face and spread down the body….Rubeola.

Rubella vs. rubeola symptoms
Rubella Rubeola