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How much of the increased incidence of myocarditis can be attributed to increased surveillance? I know that as a kid, I had check pain, etc sometimes, but I never was checked for it. Do we know what the "true" prevalence of this is, and are we just looking more closely than normal?
Link to Clinical Considerations for Myocarditis and Pericarditis: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/clinical-considerations/myocarditis.html
HI Blake, that is a great question and we are going to have to look to see if that data point is available as I do not have that knowledge off the top of my head. I do know we are more "tuned in" to looking at side effects from COVID-19 vaccines and reports are being made, which is great and what we want to see happen. I will try to see what we can find before the end of the webinar but we may have to follow up with this question in our FAQ. Thanks for this really great question.
Why drop from three to two doses of the Rabies vaccine? I didn't see if its still recommended to be titer tested after the last dose. Is it recommended to check the titer after the second dose or assume levels are sufficient?
Here is the link to the ACIP meeting information: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/acip/meetings/index.html If you click on meeting materials you will see the slides, agenda, etc
With regards to Covid vaccines, is there any current official research or data on the 2 dose series and if the time between both doses should be longer than 3/4 weeks? Or how about the effectiveness of one dose as opposed to the series we have been administering? Thanks!
Thanks for addressing my question! Appreciate all that you do!
I believe There is UK research about timing between doses...they had breakthrough infections with the Delta variant when they chose to vaccinate their population with one dose, and wait 12 weeks or more to give the second dose.
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Yes, always more research coming!!! And what the ACIP recommends. We have physicians telling people to get booster doses...trying to tell people otherwise right now until we get more information.
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wonderful information, thank you for the updates!
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