Recent Examples of inoculation from the Web
Children are usually the best protected given that the hepatitis A vaccine has been a standard childhood inoculation for more than a decade, Dern said.
In 1760, Swiss mathematician Daniel Bernoulli created a dynamic model of smallpox transmission, showing how the disease spread and examining the effect that inoculation had on the survival of patients.
To maximize bacteria survival, sow seed as soon as possible after inoculation, and minimize contact with direct sunlight.
Despite the abundance of scientific evidence supporting the safety and necessity of vaccines, some families continue to express hesitancy or distrust the important inoculations altogether.
After 12,000 inoculations in 5 days, Belém's clinics exhausted their supply.
The renovation includes 80 exam rooms, waiting areas, a full laboratory, digital X-ray, and a convenient injection area for flu shots or other basic inoculations.
California’s tougher inoculation law, known as SB 277, was approved in 2015 after a measles outbreak that originated at Disneyland.
Veterinarians in Brooklyn are reporting a growing resistance to vaccinating pets, which may be rooted in the anti-vaccine movement that claims the life-saving inoculations may cause autism in children.
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First Known Use of inoculation
INOCULATION Defined for Kids
medical Definition of inoculation
- travelers in the tropics should have typhoid inoculations
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