Please find below some interesting de-identified adverse events notified to SAEFVIC, as well as other educational articles written by SAEFVIC for the Victorian Department of Health Immunisation newsletter.
- Injection Site Abscess (ISA): poster – June 2018
- Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration (SIRVA) – October 2017
- Hypotonic Hyporesponsive Episode: a case study – July 2017
- Injection site reactions following booster doses of DTPa vaccines: an education article – April 2016
- Varicella: a case study – August 2015
- Influenza: a case study – April 2015
- Pertussis: a case study – April 2015
- Giving simultaneous injections: a case study – December 2014
- Measles: a case study – December 2014
- Injection site reaction: a case study – August 2014
- A community drug error: a case study – February 2014
- Delayed adverse events: a case study – December 2013
- Vasovagal episode during immunisation: a case study – August 2013
- Anaphylaxis following trivalent influenza vaccine: a case study – October 2012
- Rubella: a case study – October 2012
- Tetanus: a case study – October 2012
Reviewed by: Rachael McGuire (SAEFVIC Research Nurse, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute)
Date: February 2018
Materials in this section are updated as new information and vaccines become available. The Melbourne Vaccine Education Centre (MVEC) staff regularly reviews materials for accuracy.
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