Immunized Sentence Examples
The virus cannot live in immunized individuals, nor in nature.
Various observers had previously found that the serum of an animal immunized against (a) Lysogenic action.
The serum of an animal thus actively immunized has powerful protective properties towards another animal, the amount necessary for protection being sometimes almost inconceivably small.
Pfeiffer was the first to show that this occurred when the bacterium was injected into the peritoneal cavity of the animal immunized against it, and also when a little of the serum of such an animal was injected with the bacterium into the peritoneum of a fresh, i.e.
The second - passive immunity - is produced by the transference of a quantity of the serum of an animal actively immunized to a fresh animal; the term is applied because there is brought into play no active change in the tissues of the second animal.
Have pet dogs or cats immunized against rabies.
Adults only need one dose of the yearly vaccine, but children under nine years of age who have not previously been immunized should receive two doses with a month between each dose.
Other people who might receive these drugs are those that have been immunized after the flu season has started or who are immunocompromised, such as people with advanced HIV disease.
Children and adults may can have rubella more than once; 3 to 10 percent of those who have had rubella and 14 to 18 percent of those immunized become infected on exposure to the virus.
All children are to be fully immunized before starting school in the United States.Advertisement
This passive immunity fades over time and is less effective in children of immunized mothers than in children of mothers who had the measles.
In addition, persons should be immunized against diphtheria after recovery, because having the disease does not always induce antitoxin formation and protect them from reinfection.
Adults should be immunized at ten-year intervals with Td (tetanus-diphtheria) toxoid.
They should not be immunized with vaccines made from live viruses or given corticosteroids.
People in these occupations and residents of or travelers to areas where rabies is a widespread problem should consider being immunized.Advertisement
He immunized 40 persons without mishap and with no more unpleasant results than those occurring after vaccination.
Neonate mice passively immunized by suckling from mice fed transgenic potatoes had less diarrhea than neonates unexposed to the vaccine  .
In the 1970s, only 5 percent of the world's children could expect to be fully immunized.
A booster dose in those successfully immunized in the past.
Previously immunized mares should receive a booster one month before foaling to ensure colostral antibody protection against tetanus in the newborn foal.Advertisement
Adults immunized against mumps are unlikely to catch mumps.
One of the most remarkable practical outcomes of germ-pathology, however, has been the production of the immunized sera now employed so extensively in the treatment of diphtheria and other contagious diseases.
To reduce the risk of ITP associated with other illnesses, children can be immunized against childhood diseases and kept away as much as possible from other children or adults with known or unidentified viruses.
They work by boosting the immune system and training immunized cells to destroy cancer cells.
Outbreaks on college campuses have occurred among students who were not immunized or who were incorrectly immunized.Advertisement
Having rubella once or being immunized against rubella normally gives lifetime immunity.
Tetanus is also rare but can be transmitted by a dog bite if the victim is not immunized.
The doctor will make sure that the patient is immunized against tetanus, which is routine procedure for any open wound.
Even people who do not develop immunity through vaccination are safer because their friends, neighbors, children, and coworkers are immunized.
They usually occur in response to being startled, frightened, in pain, immunized, or injured, particularly after hitting the head.
The vaccine is available for older children who may have not been immunized before 1992 and is recommended before age 11 or 12.
In 2000, 59 percent of toddlers in the United States were immunized; up from 43.2 percent in 1998.
Many low-income children also had unrecognized health problems and had not been immunized.
Persons who have not been immunized may get diphtheria at any age.