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    Immunocompromised children have a higher risk of developing infections and associated higher rates of mortality and morbidity. Although this group could benefit the most from vaccine administration, specific considerations regarding immunisations are required. This review is a summary of the vaccines that are relevant to the immunocompromised host, covering both live and non-live vaccines. The burden of disease, safety, immunogenicity/effectiveness and specific recommendations for each vaccine are described as well as specific guidelines from different organisations. Copyright © 2016 The British Infection Association. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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    Marta Valente Pinto, Smiti Bihari, Matthew D Snape. Immunisation of the immunocompromised child. The Journal of infection. 2016 Jul 5;72 Suppl:S13-22


    PMID: 27233121

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