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Contents

(Listed by paragraph and page number)

Chapter 1

Introduction, page 1

Purpose • 1–1, page 1

References • 1–2, page 1

Explanation of abbreviations and terms • 1–3, page 1

Responsibilities • 1–4, page 1

Chapter 2

Program Elements and Clinical Considerations, page 2

Standards • 2–1, page 2

Logistics • 2–2, page 3

Storage and handling • 2–3, page 3

Hypersensitivity or allergy • 2–4, page 5

Immunizing women of childbearing potential • 2–5, page 5

Exemptions • 2–6, page 6

Immunization and chemoprophylaxis records • 2–7, page 7

Jet-injection immunization devices • 2–8, page 8

Emergency response requirements • 2–9, page 8

Adverse events • 2–10, page 9

Program evaluation • 2–11, page 9

Blood donation • 2–12, page 10

Chapter 3

Personnel Subject to Immunization, page 10

Military accessions • 3–1, page 10

Military personnel • 3–2, page 11

Certain civilian employees • 3–3, page 11

Contracted workers • 3–4, page 12

Department of Defense, U.S. Coast Guard schools, childcare centers and youth programs • 3–5, page 12

Other populations • 3–6, page 13

Chapter 4

Specific Immunization Requirements for Department of Defense and U.S. Coast Guard Personnel,

page 13

Civilian applicability • 4–1, page 13

Adenovirus types 4 and 7 • 4–2, page 13

Anthrax • 4–3, page 13

Haemophilus influenzae serotype b, commonly called Hib • 4–4, page 14

Hepatitis A • 4–5, page 14

Hepatitis B • 4–6, page 14

Influenza • 4–7, page 14

Japanese encephalitis • 4–8, page 14

Measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) • 4–9, page 15

Meningococcal • 4–10, page 15

Pertussis • 4–11, page 15

Pneumococcal • 4–12, page 15

Poliomyelitis • 4–13, page 15

Rabies • 4–14, page 16

Smallpox • 4–15, page 16

Tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis • 4–16, page 16

Typhoid fever • 4–17, page 17

Varicella • 4–18, page 17


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