Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, August 29th, 2000
"We studied 27 children with suspected allergy to multivalent vaccines: pricks (undiluted) and intradermal (dilution 1/100) were performed with the multivalent and monovalent vaccines (diphtheria (D) tetanus toxoids (T) pertussis (P) polio (Pol) [DTPPol], DTP, DTPol, DT, and T and were assessed at 20 minutes (immediate) and eight hours (semi-late)," reported C. Ponvert and colleagues from the Sick Children's Hospital, France. "Specific immunoglobulin E (IgE) (CAP-RAST to T and formaldehyde) and immunoglobulin G (IgG) (D, T, Pol) were assessed in most children. ...
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