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True or False Miscellaneous MMR Vaccine
100
FALSE
Measles affects the integumentary system.
100
Pregnant women and/or individuals with severe illness/disease that has weakened their immune system
Who should not receive the MMR vaccine?
100
12-15 months of age
When is the first vaccine dose typically administered?
200
FALSE
Measles is caused by the rotavirus and is considered dangerous among young unvaccinated children.
200
10-14 days after exposure to virus
When do symptoms of measles appear?
200
97% effective, according to the CDC
How effective is the second vaccine dose in preventing the measles virus?
300
TRUE
Koplik spots are one of the several symptoms associated with the measles virus.
300
Pneumonia, Encephalitis, Eye/ear infections, Diarrhea/vomiting, Hearing loss or deafness, Intellectual disability
For infected individuals, what are some health complications that are associated with the measles virus?
300
MMR and MMRV
What two forms of the measles vaccine are available in Canada?
400
FALSE
Individuals infected with the measles virus are asymptomatic.
400
Inside the mouth
Where do Koplik spots typically occur when an individual has become infected with the virus?
400
Soreness/redness/swelling at site of injection, fever, rash, joint pain (arthritis/arthralgia), discomfort
What is one adverse effect relating to the measles vaccination?
500
TRUE
Two doses of the MMR vaccine are required.
500
Infants/young children, individuals who have not previously been vaccinated, travelers to countries with measles epidemic
Who is the demographic for the MMR vaccine?
500
Lifetime
What is the estimated duration of protection after vaccination?






The Measles Vaccine

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