What is the difference between nasal H1N1 vaccines and the injected H1N1 vaccines?

Answer The only real difference is the medium that holds the virus in the vaccine, one is made for injection into muscles and the other is for using as a nasal mist. The current vaccination for H1N1/09 is... Read More »

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Are H1N1 09 Swine Flu vaccines being recalled and why?

Yes. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the non-safety recall on December 15, 2009. They determined that the vaccine in a particular lot of pre-filled syringes did not meet the range ... Read More »

Can H1N1 nasal vaccine be safely used in people older than 65?

The live nasal vaccine is only approved for use in healthy people aged 2 to 49, so it can not be given to anyone as old as 65.

How quickly does the H1N1 vaccine protect you from H1N1?

In 8 to 10 days after the vaccination in healthy adults and children over 10 years old who have mature immune systems. It takes children, under age 10 down to infants 6 months old, longer because ... Read More »

Does the A-H1N1 vaccine truly prevent A-H1N1?

Yes. It is estimated to be effective in approximately 90% of people who get the vaccine. Some are unable to achieve immunity from vaccines due to an ineffective immune system or due to medicines th... Read More »