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Old 08-09-2011
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Syringe Puzzled by the CDC Immunization Schedules

Hi Guys....
I am extremely puzzled in the CDC vaccination schedules 4 different ages, it is present in the FA as CDC material exactly..., 3 tables
table 1 ... age 0-6 years
"" " " " ........" 7-18 "
"................... 19- >65
I download CDC material which confused even me more...!!!!!

do any one can help about what it is the high yield Qs in them ... what the most imp points to be well known about the important vaccines ??
“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning. ”
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Default I also want this

I am also looking for a complete vaccination schedule...
does anyone have the vaccination schedule for pediatrics???

That would be really helpful.
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cdc is the gold standard, but i know that even practicing physicians have those recommendations put up on the walls in their office......its that hard and they keep changing sometimes.
So, i'd recommend you guys to go through the preventive medicine chapter, Kaplan CK Notes IM Book. Short, concise but not bad and the others, you will learn gradually while you're prepping!
Good luck!
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