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  • Hepatitis A vaccine immunogenicity in patients using immunosuppressive drugs: A systematic review and meta-analysis. [Review]
    Travel Med Infect Dis 2019; :101479Garcia Garrido HM, Veurink AM, … Grobusch MP
  • CONCLUSIONS: Studies evaluating HepA vaccine immunogenicity in immunosuppressive agents are heterogeneous. Overall, there is an impaired immune response following HepA vaccination in patients using immunosuppressive drugs, especially after only one dose of vaccine and in organ transplant recipients. HepA vaccination should therefore be considered before immunosuppressive therapy. Future research should focus on alternative vaccination regimens and long-term immunogenicity.
  • Clinical experience with the inactivated hepatitis A vaccine, Avaxim 80U Pediatric. [Review]
    Expert Rev Vaccines 2019; 18(3):209-223Bravo C, Mege L, … Thollot Y
  • Hepatitis A, caused by hepatitis A virus (HAV), is primarily transmitted via the fecal/oral route either through ingestion of contaminated food and water or through direct contact with an infectious person. Prevalence of hepatitis A is strongly correlated with socioeconomic factors, decreasing with increased socio-economic development, access to clean water and sanitation. Vaccination against HAV…
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