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Cold Chain Management

Introduction What is Cold Chain This is the maintenance of ideal conditions of vaccines from the place of manufacture to when it is administered. The manner of storage, transportation and handling of these vaccines is critical to preservation of a cold chain and must be done properly. Why maintain Cold Chain  A breach in cold […]

Vaccine Types And Benefits: What You Need To Know

Introduction Infectious disease lead to an exponential increase in mortality rate around the world. The clinical management of infectious disease is most times limited by strains which are resistant to multiple drugs thereby making vaccination a viable mechanism to prevent them. Vaccines give active acquired immunity against infectious disease. They are biological agents. A vaccine […]

What you Need to Know About Diphtheria Vaccines

Introduction                                                                      Before the introduction of vaccines, diphtheria was the leading cause of death among children aged 0 to 4 years of age in the United States. Upon the introduction of vaccines after the Second World War, incidence of diphtheria reduced drastically. However, cases of diphtheria are still recorded worldwide, especially in underdeveloped and developing countries […]