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Immunology Nursing

News and practice for immunology nurse specialists



Public Health England launches national flu vaccine campaign

6-Oct-2014

This year’s national flu vaccine campaign has been launched to encourage patients deemed most at risk from the virus to get immunised.

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William Pooley, nurse who contracted Ebola in West Africa, is discharged from hospital

Courage of nurse who survived ebola hailed at conference

3-Oct-2014

Will Pooley, the British nurse who has been cured of Ebola, is an example of the “courage” and resilience needed to tackle the ebola crisis, foreign secretary Philip Hammond has said.

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Rabies: risk, prognosis and prevention

Rabies: risk, prognosis and prevention Subscription Required

Rabies is a lethal infection that is prevalent in many regions worldwide. It can be prevented by vaccination and by prompt post-exposure treatment

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Advising pregnant women on the risk of travel abroad

Advising pregnant women on minimising travel risks Subscription Required

Although travelling while pregnant is generally safe, steps should be taken to minimise risks by providing a comprehensive risk assessment before travel

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What happens if a naso-gastric tube gets knotted?

20-Oct-2014

Just because a procedure is common, and generally problem free, does not mean there are no dangers that staff need to watch out for

Study finds clue to why colds trigger asthma

The Mail Online reports how “a simple cold can set off a deadly asthma attack: Scientists discover chemical can send the immune system into overdrive”.

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