Primary versus secondary failure after varicella vaccination: implications for interval between 2 doses.

@article{Bonanni2013PrimaryVS,
  title={Primary versus secondary failure after varicella vaccination: implications for interval between 2 doses.},
  author={Paolo Bonanni and Anne A. Gershon and Michael David Gershon and Andrea Kulcs{\'a}r and Vassiliki Papaevangelou and Bernard Rentier and Catherine Sadzot-Delvaux and Vytautas Usonis and Timo Vesikari and Catherine Weil-Olivier and Peter de Winter and Peter Wutzler},
  journal={The Pediatric infectious disease journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={32 7},
  pages={e305-13}
}
BACKGROUND Two-dose varicella vaccination is recommended for optimal control of varicella in populations with high (>90%) 1-dose coverage. Optimal timing of the second dose may depend on whether breakthrough varicella results from primary vaccine failure (no protective immunity after vaccination) or secondary vaccine failure (waning protective immunity). METHODS Published literature (1995 to 2012) on vaccine failure after varicella vaccination cited in PubMed and other online sources was… CONTINUE READING
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