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Plasma is used to make drugs such as factor VIII, which helps haemophiliacs’ blood to clot, and vaccines for rabies, tetanus and Rhesus disease.
The track clinic in Laurel is stocked with aspirin, ice packs, orthopedic boots and tetanus shots for those bitten by an animal.
For example, it’s recommended that adults receive a Td booster shot every 10 years to protect against tetanus and diphtheria.
Prior to the new law, parents in Italy were only obliged to vaccinate children against four diseases: diphtheria, tetanus, polio and hepatitis B.
Our world-renowned hospital has plenty of tetanus shots on standby.
Botox is similar to the toxin at work in a tetanus infection.
Just like the successful immunizations against the bacteria that cause measles, mumps and tetanus, a shot to prevent streptococcus infections could save lives and reduce health care costs.
Adults are already encouraged to get the Td vaccine to protect against tetanus and diptheria every 10 years, so the CDC suggests swapping out the Td for the Tdap at one of your 10-year follow-ups.
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medical : a dangerous disease that is caused by bacteria that usually enter the body through a cut or wound
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