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VAERS ID: 25007

AGE: 39| SEX: U|State: OR

Description

2 or 3 patients who received immunization & developed swollen red arm.

Symptoms

Injection site inflammation, Injection site reaction

Vaccines

VAX DATE: | ONSET DATE: | DAYS TO ONSET:
Vaccine TypeManufacturerVaccine NameDoseRouteSiteLot
  • TD
  • LEDERLE LABORATORIES
  • TD ADSORBED (NO BRAND NAME)

RECVDATE:
02 July 1990
CAGE_YR:
CAGE_MO:
RPT_DATE:
DIED:
DATEDIED:
L_THREAT:
ER_VISIT:
HOSPITAL:
HOSPDAYS:
X_STAY:
DISABLE:
RECOVD:
LAB_DATA:
V_ADMINBY:
UNK
OTHER_MEDS:
CUR_ILL:
HISTORY:
PRIOR_VAX:
~ ()~~~In patient
SPLTTYPE:
900005902
FORM_VERS:
1
TODAYS_DATE:
BIRTH_DEFECT:
OFC_VISIT:
ER_ED_VISIT:
ALLERGIES:
V_FUNDBY:
UNK
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Abbreviations

  • 6VAX-FDiphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Acellular Pertussis Absorbed + Inactivated Poliovirus + Hepatitis B + Haemophilus B Conjugate
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Haemophilus, Hepatitis B, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus
    ADENAdenovirus (Live Oral Type 7)
    Vaccine type: Adenovirus
    ADEN4&7 Adenovirus (Live Oral Type 4 and 7)
    Vaccine type: Adenovirus
    ADEN_4_7Adenovirus (Live Oral Type 4 and 7)
    Vaccine type: Adenovirus
    ANTHAnthrax
    Vaccine type: Anthrax
    BCGBacillus Calmette-Guerin
    Vaccine type: Tuberculosis
    CEECentral European Encephalitis
    Vaccine type: Encephalitis
    CHOLCholera
    Vaccine type: Cholera
    D Diphtheria
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria
    DFDengue Tetravalent (Dengvaxia)
    Vaccine type: Dengue
    DPIPVDiphtheria + Pertussis + Inactivated polio virus
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Pertussis, Polio
    DPPDiphtheria + Pertussis + Polio (oral, live or inactivated not noted)
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Pertussis, Polio
    DTDiphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids (Pediatric)
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Tetanus
    DTAPDiphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Acellular Pertussis
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus
    DTAPHDiphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Acellular Pertussis + Haemophilus B conjugate
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Haemophilus, Pertussis, Tetanus
    DTAPHE Diphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Pertussis absorbed + Hepatitis B conjugate + Inactivated Poliovirus (Pediarix)
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Hepatitis B, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus
    DTAPHEPBIPDiphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Acellular Pertussis + Hepatitis B + Inactivated Poliovirus
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Hepatitis B, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus
    DTAPIP Diphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Acellular Pertussis + Inactivated Poliovirus (Quadracel)
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus
    DTAPIPVDiphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Acellular Pertussis + Inactivated Poliovirus
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus
    DTAPIPVHIBDiphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Acellular Pertussis + Inactivated Poliovirus + Haemophilus B conjugate
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Haemophilus, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus
    DTIPVDiphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids (Pediatric) + Inactivated Poliovirus
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Polio, Tetanus
    DTOXDiphtheria Toxoid
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria
    DTPDiphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Pertussis
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus
    DTPH Diphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Whole Pertussis + Haemophilus B Conjugate
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Haemophilus, Pertussis, Tetanus
    DTPHEPDiphtheria + Tetanus + Pertussis + Hepatitis B
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Hepatitis B, Pertussis, Tetanus
    DTPHIBDiphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Pertussis + Haemophilus B Conjugate
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Haemophilus, Pertussis, Tetanus
    DTPHIP Diphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Pertussis + Inactivated Poliovirus + ACT-HIB
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Haemophilus, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus
    DTPIHIDiphtheria + Tetanus + Whole Pertussis + Inactivated Poliovirus + Haemophilus Influenza B [Pentacoq]
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Haemophilus, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus
    DTPIPVDiphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Pertussis + Inactivated Poliovirus
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus
    DTPPHI Diphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Pertussis + Poliovirus
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus
    DTPPHIBDiphtheria + Tetanus Toxoids + Pertussis + Inactivated Poliovirus + Haemophilus B Conjugate
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Haemophilus, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus
    FLU Influenza
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLU(10-11) Influenza (2010-2011)
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLU(H1N1)Influenza (H1N1) Monovalent
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLU3Influenza (Fluzone)
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLU4Influenza (Fluarix, quadrivalent)
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLUA3Influenza (Fluad)
    Vaccine type: none
    FLUC3Influenza (Flucelvax)
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLUC4Influenza (Flucelvax, quadrivalent)
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLUHD(10-11) Influenza (High-dose, 2010-2011)
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLUN Influenza (Nasal Spray [Flumist])
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLUN(10-11) Influenza (Nasal Spray, 2010-2011)
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLUN(H1N1)Influenza (H1N1, Nasal Spray)
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLUN3Influenza (Flumist)
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLUN4Influenza (Flumist, quadrivalent)
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLUR3Influenza (Flublok)
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLUR4Influenza (Flublok Quadrivalent)
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLUXInfluenza (No brand name)
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    FLUX(H1N1)Influenza (H1N1) Monovalent
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    H5N1Pandemic Flu
    Vaccine type: Influenza
    HBCV Haemophilus B Conjugate
    Vaccine type: Haemophilus
    HBHEPBHaemophilus B Conjugate + Hepatitis B [Comvax]
    Vaccine type: Haemophilus, Hepatitis B
    HBPVHaemophilus B Polysaccharide
    Vaccine type: Haemophilus
    HBVC Hepatitis B Core
    Vaccine type: Hepatitis B
    HDCV Haemophilus B Conjugate (Foreign)
    Vaccine type: Haemophilus
    HEPHepatitis B Virus
    Vaccine type: Hepatitis B
    HEPAHepatitis A
    Vaccine type: Hepatitis A
    HEPA/H Hepatitis A
    Vaccine type: Hepatitis A
    HEPABHepatitis A + Hepatitis B [Twinrix]
    Vaccine type: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B
    HEPATYPHepatitis A + Typhoid
    Vaccine type: Hepatitis A, Typhoid
    HIBVHaemophilus B Conjugate
    Vaccine type: Haemophilus
    HPV Human Papillomavirus [types 6, 11, 16, 18]
    Vaccine type: HPV
    HPV2Human Papillomavirus Bivalent [Cervarix]
    Vaccine type: HPV
    HPV4Human Papillomavirus Quadrivalent [Gardasil]
    Vaccine type: HPV
    HPV9Human Papillomavirus [Gardasil 9]
    Vaccine type: HPV
    HPVXHuman Papillomavirus Quadrivalent [?]
    Vaccine type: HPV
  • IPVInactivated Poliovirus
    Vaccine type: Polio
    JEVJapanese Encephalitis Virus (Inactivated)
    Vaccine type: Encephalitis
    JEV1Japanese Encephalitis Virus (Inactivated, Adsorbed)
    Vaccine type: Encephalitis
    JEVXJapanese Encephalitis Virus (No Brand Name)
    Vaccine type: Encephalitis
    LYMELyme Disease [LYMErix]
    Vaccine type: Lyme
    M Measles Virus, Live
    Vaccine type: Measles
    M-RV Measles, Live (Rubeovax - Discontinued Dec 1971)
    Vaccine type: Measles
    MEAMeasles
    Vaccine type: Measles
    MENMeningococcal Polysaccharide (Groups A, C, Y, and W-135 combined)
    Vaccine type: Meningitis
    MENBMeningococcal B (Bexsero)
    Vaccine type: Meningitis
    MENHIBMeningococcal (Groups C & Y) + Haemophilus B Tetanus Toxoid
    Vaccine type: Meningitis, Haemophilus
    MERMeasles + Rubella (Live)
    Vaccine type: Measles, Rubella
    MMMeasles + Mumps (Live)
    Vaccine type: Measles, Mumps
    MMRMeasles + Mumps + Rubella (Live)
    Vaccine type: Measles, Mumps, Rubella
    MMRVMeasles + Mumps + Rubella + Varicella
    Vaccine type: Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella
    MNCMeningococcal Conjugate [Meningitec]
    Vaccine type: Meningitis
    MNQMeningococcal Conjugate [Menactra]
    Vaccine type: Meningitis
    MNQHIBMeningococcal (Groups C & Y) + Haemophilus B [Menhibrix]
    Vaccine type: Meningitis, Haemophilus
    MR Measles + Rubella Virus, Live
    Vaccine type: Measles, Rubella
    MUMumps (Live)
    Vaccine type: Mumps
    MURMumps + Rubella (Live)
    Vaccine type: Mumps, Rubella
    OPVPoliovirus (Trivalent, Live, Oral)
    Vaccine type: Polio
    P Pertussis
    Vaccine type: Pertussis
    PERPertussis
    Vaccine type: Pertussis
    PLAGUEPlague
    Vaccine type: Plague
    PNCPneumococcal (7-valent Conjugate [Prevnar])
    Vaccine type: Pneumonia
    PNC10Pneumococcal (Synflorix)
    Vaccine type: Pneumonia
    PNC13Pneumococcal (13-valent Conjugate)
    Vaccine type: Pneumonia
    PPVPneumococcal (Polyvalent)
    Vaccine type: Pneumonia
    R Rubella Virus, Live (Meruvax II)
    Vaccine type: Rubella
    RABRabies
    Vaccine type: Rabies
    RABA Rabies, Adsorbed
    Vaccine type: Rabies
    ROT Rotavirus (Live)
    Vaccine type: Rotavirus
    ROTH1 Rotavirus (New)
    Vaccine type: Rotavirus
    ROTHB5 Rotavirus
    Vaccine type: Rotavirus
    RUBRubella
    Vaccine type: Rubella
    RVRotavirus
    Vaccine type: Rotavirus
    RV1Rotavirus (Rotarix)
    Vaccine type: Rotavirus
    RV5Rotavirus (Rotateq)
    Vaccine type: Rotavirus
    RVXRotavirus (No Brand Name)
    Vaccine type: Rotavirus
    SEV Spring/summer Encephalitis
    Vaccine type: Encephalitis
    SMALLSmallpox
    Vaccine type: Smallpox
    SSEVSpring/summer Encephalitis
    Vaccine type: Encephalitis
    TBETick-borne Encephalitis [Foreign]
    Vaccine type: Encephalitis
    TDTetanus + Diphtheria Toxoids (Adult)
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Tetanus
    TDAPTetanus Toxoid + Reduced Diphtheria Toxoid + Acellular Pertussis (Adsorbed)
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus
    TDAPIPVTDAP + IPV (Foreign)
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus, Polio
    TRIVAX Tetanus + Diphtheria Toxoids + Pertussis
    Vaccine type: Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus
    TTOXTetanus Toxoid
    Vaccine type: Tetanus
    TTOXA Tetanus Toxoid, Adsorbed
    Vaccine type: Tetanus
    TYPTyphoid
    Vaccine type: Typhoid
    UNKUnknown
    Vaccine type: none
    VARCELVaricella (Live [Varivax])
    Vaccine type: Varicella
    VARZOSVaricella (Zoster)
    Vaccine type: Shingles
    YFYellow Fever
    Vaccine type: Yellow Fever
  • a/before
    abdabdomen
    abnabnormal (i.e., abn behavior, abn lab values)
    addladditional
    adm.admitted, admission
    ADRadverse drug reaction
    ADLactivities of daily living
    AEAdverse Event
    afebafebrile
    AKAalso known as
    alk phosalkaline phosphatase
    allergallergy, allergic
    ALTserum glutamic pyruvic transaminase (also SGPT)
    AMAAmerican Medical Association
    ambambulance, ambulate
    amtamount
    ANAantinuclear antibody
    ANAMacute motor axonal neuropathy
    APAPacetaminophen
    approxapproximately
    apptappointment
    ASAaspirin
    assocassociated
    ASTserum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase (also SGOT)
    ATBantibiotics
    axaxillary (temperature)
    basobasophils
    BCblood culture
    BIDtwice daily
    bilatbilateral
    bilibilirubin
    bmbowel movement
    BOMbilateral otitis media
    BPblood pressure
    BPM or bpmbeats per minute
    BUNblood urea nitrogen
    Bxbiopsy, biopsies, biopsied
    Cacalcium
    CAcancer
    CBCcomplete blood count
    ccchief complaint
    CDCCenters for Disease Control and Prevention
    CHDcongenital heart disease
    CHFcongestive heart failure
    CHNcommunity health nurse
    chrchronic
    cmcentimeter
    CNScentral nervous system
    c/ocomplained of
    CODcause of death
    contcontinued
    convulsconvulsion
    COPDchronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    CPKcreatinine phosphokinase
    CPRcardiopulmonary resuscitation
    C&Sculture & sensitivity
    CSFcerebrospinal fluid
    CT/CATcomputerized axial tomography (i.e., CAT scan)
    ctrcenter
    CXRchest X-ray
    Ddiarrhea
    d/cdiscontinued
    decdecreased, diminished
    deltdeltoid
    develdeveloped
    diamdiameter
    diffdifferential blood count
    dischdischarge
    DODoctor of Osteopathy
    DPHdiphenhydramine (Benadryl)
    DTdiphtheria tetanus
    DToxdiphtheria toxoid
    DTPdiphtheria, tetanus, pertussis vaccine
    dtrdeep tendon reflexes
    Dxdiagnosis
    ECG/EKGelectrocardiogram
    EEGelectroencephalogram
    elevelevate or elevated
    EMTemergency medical technician
    eoseosinophils
    epiepinephrine
    ERemergency room
    espespecially
    ESRerythrocyte sedimentation rate
    evalevaluation
    examexamination
    expexperienced
    famfamily
    FDAFood and Drug Administration
    febfebrile
    FHfamily history
    frfrom
    FTRfather
    f/ufollow up
    fxfracture
    GBSGuillain Barre Syndrome
    gengeneral
    GIgastrointestinal
    gmgram
    GR-FRgrandfather
    GR-MOgrandmother
    gttdrop(s)
    h/aheadache
    HBPhigh blood pressure
    hcthematocrit
    HEENThead, eyes, ears, nose, and throat
    hephepatitis
    hgbhemoglobin
    hlthhealth
    HLVherpes-like virus
    h/ohistory of
    hosphospital
    hrhour, hours
    HTNhypertension
    husbhusband
    hxhistory
    ICUintensive care unit
    IDidentification, identified
    Igimmunoglobulin
    IgGimmunoglobulin G
    IMintramuscular
    immedimmediately
    immunimmunization
    impimproved
    incincrease
    inflam.inflammation
    infectinfection
    injinjection
    intermitintermittent
    IPVinactivated poliovirus vaccine
    ITPidiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura.
    IVintravenous
    Kpotassium
    kgkilogram
    Lleft or liter
    lablaboratory
    lbpound, pounds
    LDHlactic dehydrogenase
    LMPlast menstrual period
    LOClevel of consciousness or loss of consciousness
    LPlumbar puncture
    LPN/LVNLicensed practical or vocational nurse
    ltleft
    LTLeft Thigh
    LUAleft upper arm
    lymphslymphocytes
    lyteselectrolytes (Na, K, Cl, etc)
    mbrmember (of family)
    mcgmicrogram
    MDdoctor, medical doctor
    med(s)medication(s)
    menmeningitis
    MFRmanufacturer
    mgmilligram
    mgmalternative abbreviation for milligram
    mlmilliliter
    mmmillimeter
    MMRmeasles, mumps, rubella vaccine (or individual components of M, M, or R)
    MNmidnight
    modmoderate
    monmonth, months
    monomonocytes, mononucleosis
    MTRmother
  • n/anot applicable, not available
    negnegative
    neuroneurologic
    NKAno known allergies
    NKDAno known drug allergies
    nlnormal
    #number
    nocnight
    npnurse practicioner
    nponothing by mouth (nil per os)
    NSAID(s)non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug(s)
    N & Vnausea and vomiting
    N,V, Dnausea, vomiting, diarrhea
    O2oxygen
    ofcoffice
    Omotitis media
    OTCover the counter (medication)
    othother
    ozounce, ounces
    Ppulse
    p/after
    PAphysician's assistant
    PC/TCphone call or telephone call
    PCNPenicillin
    PDDPervasive Developmental Delay
    PEphysical exam
    pedpediatrician
    pedspediatrics
    PERRLpupils equal, round, reactive to light
    PERRLApupils equal, round, reactive to light and accommodation
    PETpositron-emission tomography
    pHhydrogen ion concentration (acidity/alkalinity)
    pharm.pharmacy
    PharmDdoctor of pharmacy
    phenobarbphenobarbital
    PHNpublic health nurse
    PMDprivate medical doctor
    PNpractical nurse
    PNPpediatric nurse practitioner
    POby mouth
    pospositive
    posspossible
    PPDpurified protein derivative
    prper rectum
    predprednisone
    prevprevious
    PRNas needed
    pt(s)patient, patients
    PTprothrombin. time
    PTTpartial thromboplastin time
    PVTprivate
    qevery
    QIDfour times a day
    qtrquarter
    Rrespiration or right
    RBCred blood cell
    recvreceived, receives, receive
    rehabrehabilitation
    resprespiratory
    RIGrabies immune globulin
    RNregistered nurse
    r/orule out
    ROMrange of motion
    rptreport or reported
    rtright
    RTRight Thigh
    R/Trelated to
    RTCreturn to clinic
    RUAright upper arm
    rxtherapy; treatment; medication (i.e., pt's rx = tylenol)
    rxnreaction, reactions
    SCsubcutaneous
    secsecond, seconds
    sed ratesedimentation rate
    SGspecific gravity
    SGOTserum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase (also AST)
    SGPTserum glutamic pyravic transaminase (also ALT)
    SHCstate health coordinator
    sibsibling, siblings
    SIDSsudden infant death syndrome
    slslight, slightly
    SMAsequential multiple analyzer (series of blood chemistries)
    SOBshortness of breath
    S & Ssigns & symptoms
    s/sxsigns & symptoms
    statimmediately
    stdstandard
    Sxsymptom, symptoms, sign, signs
    syndsyndrome
    szseizure, seized, seizures
    Ttemperature (Fahrenheit)
    tabtablet, tablets
    TBtuberculosis
    tbsptablespoon, tablespoons
    TC/PCtelephone call or phone call
    TDadult tetanus and diphtheria toxoid
    temptemperature
    TIDthree times a day
    TOPVtrivalent oral polio vaccine
    toxtoxic, toxoid, toxicology (as in toxicology screen)
    TPNtotal parenteral nutrition
    TPRtemperature, pulse, respiration
    trachtracheostomy
    tspteaspoon, teaspoons
    Ttoxtetanus toxoid
    TTPthrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
    txtreatment, treatments, treated
    uunits, unit
    ururine
    UAurinalysis
    unkunknown
    URIupper respiratory infection
    USPUnited States Pharmacopeia (standard)
    UTIurinary tract infection
    Vvomiting
    vaxvaccine, vaccines
    v fibventricular fibrillation
    VSvital signs (temperature, pulse, resp, blood pressure)
    VSSvital signs stable
    v tachventricular tachycardia
    VZIGvaricella zoster immune globulin
    w/with
    w/owithout
    w/uwork up
    WBCwhite blood cell
    wkweek, weeks
    WNLwithin normal limits
    wtweight
    x/except
    yryear, years

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