Unformatted text preview: consists of the combination of two nucleoside analogues, which target viral replication during the
reverse transcription phase of the cell cycle, and a protease inhibitor, which targets viral replication at a different phase. Options
1, 3, and 4 are incorrect descriptions.
A severe febrile illness is a reason to delay immunization but only until the child has recovered from the acute
stage of the illness. Minor illness, such as a cold, otitis media, or mild diarrhea, is not a contraindication to immunization.
The varicella vaccination is recommended to be administered between 12 and 18 months of age. Therefore,
options 1, 3, and 4 are incorrect.
Known altered immunodeficiency from long-term immunosuppressive therapy is a contraindication to MMR
(measles-mumps-rubella) immunization because a live vaccine is given. The vaccines identified in options 1, 3, and 4 are not live
vaccines and can be administered.
After hypospadias repair, the parents are instructed to avoid giving th...
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