Translation of vaccine in Spanish:


vacuna, n.

Pronunciation /vækˈsin/ /ˈvaksiːn/ /ˈvaksɪn/

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    vacuna feminine
    smallpox vaccine vacuna contra la viruela
    • vaccine damage encefalitis vaccínica / vacunal
    • Immunisation with the influenza vaccine is recommended for asthmatic people.
    • The state expected 287,000 doses of the vaccine to arrive by the end of 2020.
    • They have proved that a vaccine which immunises against the disease is more likely to work in humans.
    • These children show few adverse reactions to routine vaccinations, including live vaccines.
    • Malaria is still a global problem and there is no vaccine for this condition.
    • Part of the money will be used to fund vaccines and immunisation, which will save at least 5m lives by 2015.
    • The boy survived and Pasteur knew that he had found a vaccine for rabies.
    • The advent of hepatitis A virus vaccines means that protection may be provided by active immunisation.
    • He had his first seizure within hours of receiving a vaccine for diphtheria, tetanus and whooping cough.
    • In fact, the aim of the study was to test the toxicity and side effects of the vaccine.
    • Until recently, only inactivated influenza vaccine administered by injection was available for use in the United States.
    • Inactivated influenza vaccine contains noninfectious killed viruses and cannot cause influenza.
    • The goal, however, is to develop an effective malaria vaccine.
    • Such infants should receive hepatitis B vaccine shortly after birth and complete their immunization according to a particular schedule.
    • Developing an effective vaccine against HIV has proven to be a difficult task.
    • THE MMR jab is a triple vaccine protecting against measles, mumps and rubella.
    • Unlike the early influenza vaccines, today's vaccines cause few side effects.
    • The risk of a vaccine causing serious harm, or death, is extremely small.
    • In Africa, private philanthropy is buying vaccines for measles and hepatitis.