Individual vaccination check
Hadi Abou Chacra
Your Quiz Results: Suggested Vaccines
The way you answered the quiz suggests you may need the following vaccines: Vaccine
| Suggested because...
MMR - Measles-mumps-rubella
| Your age indicates that you need this vaccine.
You plan to travel internationally.
You work with patients in a nursing home, doctor's office, hospital, or other healthcare setting.
| Hepatitis A
| You plan to travel internationally. (Note: The vaccine is not needed if you are traveling to Western Europe, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, or Japan.)
| Hepatitis B
| You work with patients in a nursing home, doctor's office, hospital, or other healthcare setting.
| Seasonal Flu (Influenza)
| Influenza vaccine is recommended for all adolescents and adults. The vaccine may be given as soon as it is available and throughout the influenza season.
(Note: Adults older than 49 years of age, pregnant women, and anyone with chronic medical conditions should not receive the influenza nasal spray vaccine.)
| You plan to travel internationally. You need this vaccine if traveling to a country where meningitis is widespread. See Meningococcal Disease for more information.
You are a first-year college student who lives in a dormitory.
| Tdap - Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis
| You need one booster dose of tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (Tdap) vaccine if you have not previously had this vaccine. Tdap may be given regardless of when you last received a tetanus and diphtheria (Td) dose. After receipt of your Tdap dose, you will need Td booster doses every 10 years.
| * For international travelers, visit the CDC Travelers' Health website for specifics. Next Steps...
Tell Your Doctor! Print the healthcare provider form (next page)and take it to your doctor or healthcare professional, along with your vaccination record if you have it. Be sure to tell your doctor if you have already had any of these vaccines or...
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