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Glossary of Drugs - Immunobiologic Agents

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What is passive immunity?
when preformed antibodies are introduced to the body
What is active immunity?
when the body is exposed to a pathogen, develops the disease, and manufactures antibodies against a future invasion
Which offers a shorter period of protection, active or passive immunity?
passive
What does the "DPT" vaccine stand for?
diptheria, pertussis and tetanus
What does the "MMR" vaccine stand for?
measles, mumps, and rubella
Is the Diptheria vaccine from human or animal?
animal
Is the Rabies vaccine from human or animal?
animal
Is the Measles vaccine from human or animal?
human
Is the Pertussis vaccine from human or animal?
human
Is the Botulism vaccine from human or animal?
animal
Is the Mumps vaccine from human or animal?
human
Is the Tetanus vaccine from human or animal?
human
Is the Black Widow Spider Venom vaccine from human or animal?
animal
Are the Hepatitis A and B vaccines from human or animal?
human

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