Flu vaccine in healthy adults

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July 8, 2019
flu vaccine in healthy adults

В  do healthy adults really need a flu shot? A best evidence review.

Protection provided by flu vaccination can vary widely, based in part on health and age factors of the person getting vaccinated. In general, a flu vaccine works best among healthy younger adults and older children.

В  people who should not get a nasal spray vaccine children younger than 2 years. People with severe, life-threatening allergies to flu vaccine or any ingredient in the vaccine.

В  a high-dose flu vaccine also will be available for adults age 65 and older. Reviews of past studies have found that, on average, the flu vaccine is about 50 to 60 effective for healthy adults who are between 18 and 64 years old.

Epub ahead of print immunogenicity, safety, and efficacy of a standalone universal influenza vaccine, flu-v, in healthy adults a randomized clinical trial.

The nasal spray flu vaccine can only be used in healthy, younger adults who are not pregnant. In addition to the previously listed adults who should not receive the flu shot, adults should not get.

Adults aged 18 to 64 who are either pregnant, or at increased risk from flu because of a long-term health condition, are offered a quadrivalent injected vaccine the vaccine offered will have been grown either in eggs or cells (qive or qivc), which are considered to be equally suitable.

В  background flu-v is a broad-spectrum influenza vaccine that induces antibodies and cell-mediated immunity. Objective to compare the safety, immunogenicity, and exploratory efficacy of different formulations and dosing regimens of flu-v versus placebo.

Healthy adults (ages 1864 years for h10n years for h7n9 study) participated. Participants received vaccine or placebo in a 2-dose vaccination series 3 weeks apart.