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June 21, 2013

Randomized Controlled Trial of High-Dose Intradermal Versus Standard-Dose Intramuscular Influenza Vaccine in Organ Transplant Recipients


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Influenza vaccine is recommended for transplant recipients annually. There are several types of influenza vaccines on the market now including standard intramuscular, adjuvanted intramuscular and intradermal. An advantage of giving flu vaccine intradermally is to take advantage of the abundant Langerhans/dendritic cells at the site that act as potent antigen presenting cells. Baluch et al. […]

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