VACCINE INFORMATION STATEMENT. Pneumococcal. Pneumococcal Vaccination: Information for Healthcare. Pneumococcal Vaccination: Summary of Who and When to.

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These vaccines are safe, but side effects can occur. If you have already received Pneumovax for any reason, you should receive another dose at age 65 if at least 5 years have passed since your last vaccination. Postlicensure safety surveillance for 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine External. The vaccine is also effective at preventing antibiotic-resistant pneumococcal infections caused by vaccine serotypes.

Pneumococcal Vaccination | For Providers | CDC

The tables below provide detailed information by medical condition. This makes prevention of the disease, through vaccination, even more important.

As you age, your immune system becomes less capable of responding to infectious organisms, even if you are otherwise healthy. People whose spleens have been surgically removed or whose spleens no longer function due to a disease or disorder are especially susceptible to pneumococcal infections.

Each year in the United States, pneumococcal disease causes thousands of infections, such as meningitis, bloodstream infections, pneumonia, and ear infections. September 6, Page last updated: October 18, Content source: Pnsumovax Center for Immunization and Respiratory Pneumobax.

Pneumococcal pneumonia is most common among adults. For anyone who smokes and has not previously received the recommended pneumococcal vaccine. Vaccination against pneumococcus can prevent many of these illnesses and deaths.


Adults: Protect Yourself with Pneumococcal Vaccines

Young children who get PCV13 along with inactivated flu vaccine at the same time may be at increased risk for seizures caused by fever. December 6, Page last updated: CDC recommends pneumococcal conjugate vaccination for: September 17, Page last updated: Pneumococcal disease can lead to disabilities like deafness, brain damage, or loss of arms or legs.

Two vaccines help prevent pneumococcal disease: CDC recommends pneumococcal vaccination for all children younger than 2 years of age and all adults 65 years or older. Pneumococcal vaccines help protect against some of the more than 90 serotypes of pneumococcal bacteria.

One of the Recommended Vaccines by Disease. Any problems detected with these vaccines will be reported to health officials, health care providers, and the public. If the vaccines were given together in the past, repeating either vaccination is not necessary.

In certain situations, other children and adults should also receive pneumococcal vaccines. Vaccines help prevent pneumococcal diseasewhich is any type of infection caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteria.

There are two kinds of vaccines that help prevent pneumococcal disease. Without a spleen, you are much more likely to succumb to an overwhelming pneumococcal infection. Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine called PCV13 protects against 13 types of pneumococcal bacteria.


Pneumococcal Disease | Vaccines – PCV13 and PPSV23 | CDC

May 17, Page last updated: A study in the Netherlands included approximately 85, adults 65 years or older. Locate one near you. Information for Healthcare Professionals. You can get either pneumococcal vaccine but not both when you get the influenza flu vaccine.

Many conditions, such as leukemia, HIV infection and long-term use of corticosteroid medications, can impair your immune response and increase your susceptibility to infectious diseases. See this table for additional details. Signal identification and pnuemovax for risk of febrile seizures in children following trivalent inactivated influenza vaccine in the Vaccine Safety Datalink Project, External.

National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases.

See Pneumococcal Vaccine Timing for Adults for additional details. Pneumococcal disease is ddc infection caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteria, also known as pneumococcus. Recommend on Facebook Tweet Share Compartir. Problems that could happen after any vaccine: It can cause severe infections of the lungs pneumoniabloodstream bacteremiaand lining of the brain and spinal cord meningitis.

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