Hepatitis A was earlier known as infectious hepatitis. Hepatitis A vaccine is a vaccine against the hepatitis A virus. Hepatitis A vaccine is an inactivated virus vaccine. The vaccine is administered as an injection in the thigh muscle for toddlers and into the upper arm muscle for adults and older children. People who should get this vaccine are:
Hepatitis Vaccine dosage
This vaccine is highly effective; however a booster dosage needs to be administered so as to maintain the effectiveness of the vaccine. Hepatitis A vaccines are very safe and do not cause any potential side effects in a person.
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