Explain haemophilus influenzae, Biology

Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib)

Hib is endemic worldwide. Previously unvaccinated infants <15 months of age should receive 2 doses of Hib vaccine (ActHIB, and others) at least 4 weeks apart before travel; children 15 months-5 years should receive a single Hib dose

 

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