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[pdf] Tripedia DTap vaccine  Adverse events reported during post-approval use of Tripedia vaccine include idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, SIDS, anaphylactic reaction, cellulitis, autism, convulsion/grand mal convulsion, encephalopathy, hypotonia, neuropathy, somnolence and apnea

"Contra-indications, Warnings, etc:…..hypersensitivity to any component of the vaccine."---Diftavax (DT), Havrix (Hep A), Trivax (DTP & Hib), Twinrix (Hep A & Hep B), Pneumovax II (Pneumococcal), Evans Medical (DT)

"I am also a chemist. I just finished reading the spec sheet on Tetramune from the netlink given a few days ago. I was amazed to see the Pertussis portion of the vaccine is prepared in a hydrolyzed form of casein!!!!! In laymens terms this is a salt version of MILK PROTIEN!!!! Hello - there is the allergy,asthma connection. This has me so angry I can hardly contain myself. My sons life has been ruined because a doctor has no clue. Patrick had already been diagnosed w/ a severe milk allergy!!!! The more I research the more frustrated I become. Hope this info helps."--- Jacki

"Eolarix is contra-indicated in subjects with known systemic hypersensivity to neomycin.
        As with all injectable vaccines, appropriate medical treatment should always be readily avail able in cases of rare anaphylactic reactions following the administration of the vaccine.
        Side effects........ In a very few subjects convulsions may accompany the fever. Rarely, transient erthralgia and arthritis with or without effusion may occur. Immediate allergic-type reactions have been reported rarely.....Rarely, transient polyneuropathy, encephalitis or thrombocytopenic purpura could occur. Reactions at the site of injection are rare and usually mild.  There have been very rare reports of both Guillain-Barre syndrome, hemiplegia and retrobulbar neuritis. There have been isolated reports of subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE). The reported rate is less than the frequency associated with natural measles."---(Eolarix, MMR 1994)

"Sudden-infant-death-syndrome (SIDS) has been reported following administration of vaccines containing diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and pertussis vaccine. The significance of these reports is not clear. It should be borne in mind that the three primary immunizing doses of these vaccines are usually administered to infants between the age of 2 and 6 months and that approximately 85% of SIDS cases occur in the period from 1 through 6 months of age with the peak incidence at age 2 to 4 months."--Connaught (DPT) 

"Neurological events have occasionally been observed following the administration of pertussis-containing vaccines. The events reported do not appear to constitute a single, identifiable clinical syndrome but include isolated febrile convulsions, infantile spasms, episodes of persistent screaming and severe encephalopathy resulting in permanent brain damage or death. These events cannot be distinguished from those occurring in unvaccinated children of similar age."--TRIVAX-AD    (DTP)

"Transverse myelitis has been reported after simultaneous administration of dipnthena and tetanus vaccine and oral polio vaccine, but a cause and effect relationship has not been established."---Evans Medical 1994 (DT)

"The following significant adverse events have occurred following administration of DTP vaccines: persistent, inconsolable crying >= 3 hours (1/100 doses), high-pitched, unusual crying (1/1000 doses), fever >= 40.5degC (1/330 doses), transient shock-like (hypotonic, hyporesponsive) episode (1/1750 doses), convulsions (1/1750 doses)....More rarely, a severe anaphylactic reaction (eg urticaria with swelling of the mouth, difficulty breathing, hypotension or shock) and neurological complications, such as convulsions, encephalopathy and various mono- and polyneuropathies, including Guillain-Barre syndrome have been reported."--TETRAMUNE (DTPH)  

"Less common systemic complaints, not necessarily related to vaccine, include low-grade fever, malaise, fatigue, arthralgia, arthritis, myalgia, headache, dizziness, syncope, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal pain, lymphadenopathy, abnormal liver function tests, and rashes, rarely including urticaria. Severe skin disorders such as erythema multifonne have exceptionally occurred. .....Neurological manifestations occurring in temporal association have been reported with the vaccine and include very rarely paraesthesia and extremely rarely paralysis, neuropathy and neuritis including Guillain-Barre syndrome, optic neuritis and multiple sclerosis. No causal relationship has been established."--Engerix B (Hep B)

"Neurological events have been reported following administration of rabies vaccine of human diploid cell origin. These have included 3 cases of neurologic illness resembling Guillain Barré syndrome and a few other subacute central and peripheral nervous system disorders."---Rabies Vaccine Inactivated (Diploid Cell Origin), Dried

"very rarely reported: allergic reactions mimicking serum sickness, vasculitis, syncope, hypotension, lymphadenopathy, cases of peripheral and/or central neurological disorders, and may include multiple sclerosis, optic neuritis, myelitis, Bell’s palsy, polyneuritis such as Gullain-Barré syndrome (with ascending paralysis), meningitis, encephalitis, encephalopathy, thrombocytopenic purpura, erythema exsudativum multiforme."---TwinrixAdult (Hep A & B)

"Adverse reactions: Musculoskeletal---Arthralgia, myalgia, arthritis……Reactions of greater seventy, duration, or extent are unusual. Neurological disorders such as paraesthesiae and acute radiculoneurooathy, including the Guillain-Barre syndrome, have rarely been reported at the time of vaccination, but with no established cause-and-effect relationship."---Pneumovax II