Technical Guidelines for Vaccination against the Pandemic Influenza Virus
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This document is the result of the union of many efforts to face the H1N1 influenza pandemic. It was developed through meetings with consultants and validated with immunization program managers. The topic of vaccine deployment was adapted from the document on pandemic vaccine deployment of the World Health Organization. The Pan American Health Organization has developed the present publication as a reference to support countries and territories of the Region in preparing for the introduction of the pandemic influenza vaccine.
Lineamientos Técnicos para la Vacunación contra el Virus de la Influenza Pandémica
Pan American Health Organization. Technical Guidelines for Vaccination against the Pandemic Influenza Virus. Washington, D.C.: PAHO; 2009.
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