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report/Willson_NCHS_2005NISInsuranceReport.pdf#page=14NISDuring the period when (CHILD) received most of (his/her) vaccinations, how much of the cost of the immunizations was paid by insurance?2005
report/Willson_NCHS_2007_NHISHPVSupplement.pdf#page=43NHISShingles is an outbreak of a rash or blisters on the skin that may be associated with severe pain. The pain is generally on one side of the body or face. Shingles is caused by the chicken pox virus. A vaccine for shingles has been available since May 2006. Have you ever had the Zoster or Shingles vaccine, also called Zostavax®?2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007_NHISHPVSupplement.pdf#page=43NHISHave you received a tetanus shot in the past 10 years?2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007_NHISHPVSupplement.pdf#page=44NHISWas your most recent tetanus shot given in 2005 or later?2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007_NHISHPVSupplement.pdf#page=44NHISThere are currently two types of tetanus shots available today. One is the Td or tetanus-diphtheria vaccine and the other is called Tdap or Adacel™. They are similar except the Tdap shot also includes a pertussis or whooping cough vaccine. Thinking back to your most recent tetanus shot, did the doctor tell you the vaccine included the pertussis or whooping cough vaccine? The shot is often called Tdap or ADACEL™.2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007_NHISHPVSupplement.pdf#page=45NHISHave you EVER received the hepatitis B vaccine?2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007_NHISHPVSupplement.pdf#page=46NHISDid {you} receive at least 3 doses of the hepatitis B vaccine, or less than 3 doses?2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007_NHISHPVSupplement.pdf#page=46NHISThe hepatitis A vaccine is given as a two dose series routinely to some children starting at 1 year of age, and to some adults and people who travel outside the United States. Although it can be given as a combination vaccine with hepatitis B, it is different from the hepatitis B shot, and has only been available since 1995. Have you ever received hepatitis A vaccine?2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007_NHISHPVSupplement.pdf#page=47NHISHow many hepatitis A shots did you receive?2007
report/Willson_NCHS_2007_NHISHPVSupplement.pdf#page=47NHISHave you ever traveled outside of the United States to countries other than Europe, Japan, Australia, New Zealand or Canada, since 1995?2007
report/Willson_2013_NCHS_BLOOD.pdf#page=21UBDHQIn the past 8 weeks have you... Had any vaccinations or other shots?2012
report/Willson_2013_NCHS_BLOOD.pdf#page=22UBDHQIn the past 8 weeks have you had contact with someone who had a smallpox vaccination?2012
report/Willson_2013_NCHS_DRAI.pdf#page=13DRAIDid she/he know anyone who had a smallpox vaccination?2013
report/Willson_2013_NCHS_DRAI.pdf#page=14DRAIIn the past 12 months did she/he have any shots or immunizations, such as a flu shot, MMR, yellow fever, hepatitis B, etc.?2013
report/Scanlon_2013_NCHS_KENYA.pdf#page=87VADid the mother receive tetanus toxoid (TT) vaccine?2014
report/Scanlon_2013_NCHS_KENYA.pdf#page=89VAWas s/he adequately vaccinated?2014
report/Scanlon_NCHS_2019_VAX.pdf#page=118Not ApplicableDo you believe that vaccines strengthen your child's immune system?2018
report/Scanlon_NCHS_2019_VAX.pdf#page=13Not ApplicableHas your child received all, some, or none of the recommended vaccines to date?2018
report/Scanlon_NCHS_2019_VAX.pdf#page=16Not ApplicableDuring the past 12 months, has your child received a flu shot? A flu shot is usually given in the Fall and protects against influenza for the flu season.2018
report/Scanlon_NCHS_2019_VAX.pdf#page=17Not ApplicableHow often does your child receive the annual influenza, or flu, shot?2018
report/Scanlon_NCHS_2019_VAX.pdf#page=18Not ApplicableHas your child received an HPV shot?2018
report/Scanlon_NCHS_2019_VAX.pdfNot ApplicableAre you planning for your child to receive the HPV shot in the future?2018
report/Scanlon_NCHS_2019_VAX.pdf#page=21Not ApplicableIs your child administered vaccine following your pediatrician's recommended schedule, the CDC's recommended schedule, or some other schedule, such as the Sears Schedule?2018
report/Scanlon_NCHS_2019_VAX.pdf#page=21Not ApplicableIs your child administered vaccine following your pediatrician's recommended schedule, the CDC's recommended schedule, or some other schedule, such as the Sears Schedule?2018
report/Scanlon_NCHS_2019_VAX.pdf#page=21Not ApplicableIs your child administered vaccine following a standard schedule, or some other schedule, such as the Sears Schedule?2018