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Immunization Card Set - 2019

Pocket Immunization card set from MDpocket with the latest guidelines for 2019. Have the complete set of infant, child, adolescent, and adult immunizations in your pocket for rapid referencing. Each year, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices approves immunization schedules for individuals living in the United States with the creation of immunization schedule for children, adolescents, and adults. MDpocket has compiled these recommendations into a 2-card set to easily fit inside your pocket. Have all the immunizations handy at a moment’s notice.

To see additional footnotes for 2019 Immunizations, click on the corresponding link below from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

Changes to the 2018 Immunization version

Adult Schedule

  • LAIV has been listed separately from inactivated influenza vaccine (IIV) on the immunization schedule and is an option for adult through age 49 (excluding those listed).
  • Heplisav-B was add to the 2019 schedule as an option routinely administered in 2 doses given at least 4 weeks apart. It can be used as a substitute in a 3-dose series with a different hepatitis B vaccine, but a valid 2-dose series requires 2 doses of Heplisav-B with at least 4 weeks between doses.
  • Additional language add to table for precautions, delay and contraindications:

    • Precaution – vaccine might be indicated if benefit of protection outweighs risk of adverse reaction is highlighted in orange
    • Delay in vaccination – vaccine that should not be given to pregnant women is highlighted in pink
    • Contraindicated or use not recommended – vaccine should not be administered because of risk factors for serious adverse reaction is highlighted in red.

Child and Adolescent Schedule

  • LAIV has been listed separately from inactivated influenza vaccine (IIV) on the immunization schedule.
  • Precaution added to Meningococcal B vaccine for pregnancy.
  • Tdap updated to with catch-up vaccination and use in pregnant adolescents. 

 



Features:
  • Infant, Child, Adolescent Immunization Schedules
  • Pocket size for daily referencing
  • Heavy laminated card stock
  • 2 card set
  • Free Shipping!

Options:

Add a Card Ring:
Add a standard 1.25-inch ring to carry all your pocket cards to keep you organized. Cards will be hole punched for you if the Card Ring is added! Click here to see full details.

 
 

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Immunization Card Set - 2019

Pocket Immunization card set from MDpocket with the latest guidelines for 2019. Have the complete set of infant, child, adolescent, and adult immunizations in your pocket for rapid referencing. Each year, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices approves immunization schedules for individuals living in the United States with the creation of immunization schedule for children, adolescents, and adults. MDpocket has compiled these recommendations into a 2-card set to easily fit inside your pocket. Have all the immunizations handy at a moment’s notice.

To see additional footnotes for 2019 Immunizations, click on the corresponding link below from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

Changes to the 2018 Immunization version

Adult Schedule

  • LAIV has been listed separately from inactivated influenza vaccine (IIV) on the immunization schedule and is an option for adult through age 49 (excluding those listed).
  • Heplisav-B was add to the 2019 schedule as an option routinely administered in 2 doses given at least 4 weeks apart. It can be used as a substitute in a 3-dose series with a different hepatitis B vaccine, but a valid 2-dose series requires 2 doses of Heplisav-B with at least 4 weeks between doses.
  • Additional language add to table for precautions, delay and contraindications:

    • Precaution – vaccine might be indicated if benefit of protection outweighs risk of adverse reaction is highlighted in orange
    • Delay in vaccination – vaccine that should not be given to pregnant women is highlighted in pink
    • Contraindicated or use not recommended – vaccine should not be administered because of risk factors for serious adverse reaction is highlighted in red.

Child and Adolescent Schedule

  • LAIV has been listed separately from inactivated influenza vaccine (IIV) on the immunization schedule.
  • Precaution added to Meningococcal B vaccine for pregnancy.
  • Tdap updated to with catch-up vaccination and use in pregnant adolescents. 

 



Features:
  • Infant, Child, Adolescent Immunization Schedules
  • Pocket size for daily referencing
  • Heavy laminated card stock
  • 2 card set
  • Free Shipping!

Options:

Add a Card Ring:
Add a standard 1.25-inch ring to carry all your pocket cards to keep you organized. Cards will be hole punched for you if the Card Ring is added! Click here to see full details.

 
 

Make sure you get the right cards for you! Click here for our other medical reference cards and sets!



Card
Quantity 2 Laminated Card Set
Size 6" L x 3.75" W x 0.12" H
Weight 0.05 lbs
Date
Published 2/08/2019

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