tetanus toxoid-injection Index
Tetanus toxoid injection (Tetanus Toxoid Absorbed) is a vaccine used to provide active immunity against the tetanus toxin. Side effects, drug interactions, dosing and storage information, and pregnancy safety should be reviewed prior to taking this medication.
Leukemia is a type of cancer of the blood cells in which the growth and development of the blood cells are abnormal. Strictly...learn more »
In This Article
- Leukemia facts
- What is leukemia? What are the different types of leukemia?
- What causes leukemia? Is leukemia hereditary?
- What are leukemia risk factors?
- What are leukemia symptoms and signs?
- How do physicians diagnose leukemia?
- What is the treatment for leukemia?
- What are complications of leukemia?
- What is the prognosis of leukemia?
- Is it possible to prevent leukemia?
- What support groups are available for people with leukemia?
- What research is being done on leukemia?
Tetanus is an often-fatal disease caused by nerve toxins produced by the common bacteria Clostridium tetani. In a seven-day...learn more »
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- Tetanus facts
- What is tetanus?
- Where do tetanus bacteria grow in the body?
- How does the tetanus toxin cause damage to the body?
- What is the incubation period for tetanus?
- What is the course of tetanus? What are tetanus symptoms and signs?
- Is tetanus contagious?
- What is the treatment for tetanus?
- How is tetanus diagnosed, and what is the prognosis of tetanus?
- Is it possible to prevent tetanus?
- What is the schedule for active immunization (tetanus shots)?
- What are the side effects of tetanus immunization?
- What is passive immunization (by way of specialized immunoglobulin)?