FAQs on Vaccines and Immunization Practices

Chief Editor: Vipin M Vashishtha / Editor: Ajay Kalra

Salient Features

  • Comprehensive, latest, and in-depth coverage of all the issues related to vaccinology and vaccines in an easy-flowing question-and-answer format.
  • Seventeen new chapters including Coronavirus vaccines, Vaccine hesitancy, Vaccine schedules, Vaccines for doctors and travelers, Maternal immunization, etc.
  • Up-to-date content, incorporating the IAP ACVIP Recommended Immunization Schedule 2019 and National Immunization Schedule 2020.
  • Answers all the real-life situations faced by a busy practitioner in day-to-day clinical practice.
  • Often neglected subjects like basic immunology, elementary epidemiology, etc., are also dealt in a simplified manner.
  • Provides an insight to the novel vaccine delivery systems and offers a glimpse into the future of vaccines.
  • Contributions from leading experts in the field of vaccinology.

Table of Contents

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Chapter 1: Vaccine Immunology: Basics and Beyond
Chapter 2: Elementary Epidemiology in Vaccination
Chapter 3: Vaccination Schedules
Chapter 4: Practice of Vaccination
Chapter 5: Vaccine-preventable Diseases Surveillance
Chapter 6: Vaccination in Special Situations
Chapter 7: Adverse Events following Immunization, Vaccine Safety and Misinformation against Vaccination
Chapter 8: Cold Chain and Vaccine Storage
Chapter 9: Control and Eradication of Infectious Diseases
Chapter 10: Development and Licensing of Vaccine
Chapter 11: National Immunization Technical Advisory Group
Chapter 12: Medicolegal and Ethical Issues in Immunization
Chapter 13: Vaccine Schedules including National Immunization Program
Chapter 14: Vaccine Hesitancy
Chapter 15: Bacillus Calmette-Guérin Vaccine
Chapter 16: Polio Vaccines
Chapter 17: Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis Vaccines
Chapter 18: Measles Vaccines
Chapter 19: Measles, Mumps and Rubella Vaccines
Chapter 20: Hepatitis B Vaccines
Chapter 21: Hepatitis A Vaccines
Chapter 22: Varicella Vaccines
Chapter 23: Typhoid Vaccines
Chapter 24: Haemophilus influenzae Type B Vaccines
Chapter 25: Pneumococcal Diseases Vaccines
Chapter 26: Rabies Vaccines
Chapter 27: Japanese Encephalitis Vaccines
Chapter 28: Rotavirus Vaccines
Chapter 29: Human Papillomavirus Vaccines
Chapter 30: Influenza Vaccines
Chapter 31: Meningococcal Vaccines
Chapter 32: Cholera Vaccines
Chapter 33: Dengue Vaccines
Chapter 34: Malaria Vaccines
Chapter 35: Combination Vaccines
Chapter 36: Yellow Fever Vaccines
Chapter 37: Ebola Vaccines
Chapter 38: Respiratory Syncytial Virus Vaccines
Chapter 39: Newer Tuberculosis Vaccines
Chapter 40: Coronavirus Disease 2019 Vaccines
Chapter 41: Human Immunodeficiency Virus Vaccines
Chapter 42: Cytomegalovirus Vaccines
Chapter 43: Enteroviral Vaccines (EV71)
Chapter 44: Diarrheal Disease Vaccines other than Rotavirus
Chapter 45: Hepatitis E Vaccines
Chapter 46: Hepatitis C Vaccines
Chapter 47: Zika Virus Vaccines
Chapter 48: Chikungunya Vaccines
Chapter 49: Deoxyribonucleic Acid Vaccines
Chapter 50: Chimeric Vaccines
Chapter 51: Therapeutic Vaccines
Chapter 52: Newer Adjuvants Vaccines
Chapter 53: Adolescent Immunization
Chapter 54: Vaccination Strategies for Travelers
Chapter 55: Maternal Immunization
Chapter 56: Vaccines for Healthcare Professionals