varivax

<drug> A live-varicella virus vaccine. Limited clinical trials suggest the immunity lasts for at least six years. ... The only significant adverse reaction detected in clinical studies was pain and redness at the injection site. Children (or adults) with a history for an anaphylactoid reaction to neomycin or gelatin or the presence of any feb
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Varivax

(varĀ“ĭ-vaks) a vaccine against the varicella (chickenpox) virus. One dose is given to a child between age 12 months and 12 years; for those 13 years old or older, two doses are given 4 to 8 weeks apart.
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Varivax

A live strain of the varicella virus that is used for human immunization. Pregnant women should not receive the vaccination and women wishing to become pregnant should wait for three months after receiving the vaccine.
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