All adults born after 1956 who did not receive 2 doses of the live vaccine after the 1st year of life and have no lab or physician confirmed evidence of measles
Allergy toprevious doseAllergy to gelatin or neomycinPregnancy, allergy to eggsImmunocompromised individualsIf you have moderately severe acute illness
Pain at injection siteFever and rash in 5%, usually 1 week after vaccination.Meningitis/encephalitis in <1%Joint pains
Amount: 0.5 ml (cc)Roue: subcutaneous injectionNumber of doses: 1Schedule: single dose
4 weeks before trip
Can be given with other vaccines and antibiotics
MMR vaccine can be administered on the same day as other live or inactivated vaccines, but needs to be given in a different site.
If MMR and Yellow fever vaccine are not given on the same day, they need to be given 28 days apart.
MMR vaccine needs to be administered either 14 days before or 3 months after the administration of immune globulin or blood products
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