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Immunology Nursing

News and practice for immunology nurse specialists



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Change in paracetamol advice for new meningitis vaccine

27-Aug-2015

Nurses delivering a new vaccine protecting against meningitis should encourage parents to give their children paracetamol following immunisation, due to increased risk of fever.

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Antibiotic for skin infections approved in Scotland

10-Aug-2015

A new antibiotic for the treatment of MRSA-related skin infections has been approved for use by the NHS in Scotland along with drugs for asthma and HIV.

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Eileen Shepherd

The patients we choose not to touch

31-Aug-2015

I recently read the novel Even the Dogs, which is a fascinating insight into the lives of homeless and vulnerable people.

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Ebola hemorrhagic fever

Scientists hail '100% effective' Ebola vaccine

“Ebola vaccine is ‘potential game-changer’,” says BBC News, while the Daily Mail cites a “100% effective jab” for the disease. These headlines stem from early results of a trial investigating the effects of an Ebola vaccine during the most recent outbreak of the virus in west Africa.

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