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Edgar Marcuse, MD, MPH, is professor of pediatrics and adjunct professor of epidemiology at the University of Washington and associate medical director of quality improvement at Seattle Children's.
He is an academic general pediatrician with special interest in immunization (policy, practice, ethics, economics and vaccinology) Doug Opel, MD, is acting assistant professor at the Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics at Seattle Children's Hospital.
If she got the type of bacterial meningitis the vaccine she received was intended to prevent, then the vaccine failed to protect her.
Because this vaccine did not work I would not assume your daughter is more susceptible to disease or vaccine failure. Delivering vaccination services is really not highly profitable - it requires some cost to handle, store and administer vaccines correctly as well as to screen for contraindications and track the immunization status of patients.I often send parents in my practice to this website. Doug Opel: As a parent myself, I completely understand where you are coming from. it's terrifying for me to take the training wheels of my 4-year-old's bike, let alone think about him making health decisions on his own.We - parents - want to be there to discuss these things on our own terms with our children. Or him one day having sex or getting exposed to STDs.Your question comes from a spot of great knowledge: Influenza peaks in our part of the country often later in the season (Feb. Ed Marcuse: Without having detailed information about your daughter's medical history, knowing what vaccines she received and what reaction she had, I regret I cannot help you sort this out.and March) but the 2011-2012 flu shot given now will protect your child through the typical flu season. Information our Flu Vaccine Room is open to patients and family members who live with patients. Most often, if a physician concludes a serious reaction may be due to a vaccine, they would advise against administering that vaccine or perhaps others of that class, but not all vaccines, so I am puzzled.