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Latest revision as of 14:21, 22 March 2016

Routine Vaccinations[1]

Vaccine General Recommendation for Use in Pregnant Women
Hepatitis A Recommended if otherwise indicated.
Hepatitis B Recommended in some circumstances.
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Not recommended.
Influenza (Inactivated) Recommended.
Influenza (LAIV) Contraindicated.
MMR Contraindicated.
Meningococcal May be used if otherwise indicated.
PCV13 Inadequate data for specific recommendation.
PPSV23 Inadequate data for specific recommendation.
Polio May be used if needed.
Td Should be used if otherwise indicated.
Tdap Recommended.
Varicella Contraindicated.
Zoster Contraindicated.

Travel and Other

Vaccine General Recommendation for Use in Pregnant Women
Anthrax Low risk of exposure – not recommended. High risk of exposure – may be used.
BCG Contraindicated.
Japanese Encephalitis Inadequate data for specific recommendation.
Rabies May be used if otherwise indicated.
Typhoid Inadequate data for specific recommendation.
Smallpox Pre-exposure – contraindicated.
Post-exposure – recommended.
Yellow Fever May be used if benefit outweighs risk.

See Also

References

  1. Guidelines for vaccinating pregnany women. ACIP. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2014. http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/preg-guide.htm