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HIV 101: When to Immunize Inmates

December 2002

Recommendations for Immunizations in HIV-Infected Inmates

VaccineCD4 <200CD4 >200
Live
MMRNoYes
Varicella (VZV)NoNo
OPVNoNo
Inactivated
PneumococcalYesYes
Tetanus-Diphtheria (Td)YesYes
InfluenzaYesYes
Hepatitis AYesYes
Hepatitis BYesYes
IPVYesYes


Recommendations for Immunizations in HIV-Infected Pregnant Inmates

VaccineCD4 <200CD4 >200
Live
MMRNoNo
Varicella (VZV)NoNo
OPVNoNo
Inactivated
PneumococcalYesYes
Tetanus-Diphtheria (Td)YesYes
InfluenzaYesYes
Hepatitis AYesYes
Hepatitis BYesYes
IPVYesYes


CDC's Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule, 2002-2003

Tetanus, Diphtheria (Td)1 dose booster every 10 years
Influenza1 annual dose
Pneumococcal1 dose for persons with medical or other indications. (1 dose revaccination for immunosuppressive conditions)
Hepatitis A (Havrix, Vaqta)2 doses (0, 6-12 months) for persons with medical, behavioral, occupational or other indications, including hepatitis C infection
Hepatitis B (Engerix-B, Recombivax HB)3 doses (0, 1-2, 4-6 months) for persons with medical, behavioral, occupational, or other indications, including hepatitis C infection
Hepatitis A/B combination (Twinrix)3 doses (0, 1-2, 4-6 months) for persons with medical, behavioral, occupational, or other indications, including hepatitis C infection
Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)1 dose if MMR vaccination history is unreliable; 2 doses for persons with occupational or other indications





  
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This article was provided by Brown Medical School. It is a part of the publication HEPP Report.
 

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