Tetanus vaccine

What is Tetanus vaccine?

Tetanus vaccine is a vaccine composed of deactivated tetanus toxins. This vaccine is immunogenic but not pathogenic and is used to prevent an individual from contracting tetanus. Tetanus, also known as lockjaw, is a disease caused by the bacterium Clostridium tetani which enters the body through open wounds and releases a poison called tetanospasmin.

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I took a HIV 1 and 2 antibody test (rapid visual test, method: immunochromatography) after 5 months of exposure to HIV at SRL...

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You can go for repeat test after 3 months.

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my question is regarding tetanus vaccine . last month my leg is scratched by a dog i went to hospital doctor advised me 5 doses of rabies vaccine (rabipur...

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Rabies and tetanus vaccines

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I did a HIV 1 & 2 and P24 combo (CMIA) test after 84 days of possible HIV infection. I took another test a different lab (HIV 1/2 spot test...

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