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Smallpox Vaccine MTSU A group video about the history of the smallpox vaccine done for immunology class.
Edward Jenner and the Smallpox Vaccination
Smallpox patients Smallpox had been eradicated all over the world since last female patient found in Lab.Birmingham England 1978 September.Nevertheless,some professionals worried Smallpox virus could become a horrible bio-weapon since 911 attack.Will Smallpox make a comeback?
Smallpox This patient education video explains what smallpox is and discusses the benefits and risks of vaccination. People who should not be vaccinated are discussed. Self-care instructions are included for people who have received the smallpox vaccine.
Edward Jenner - Smallpox Vaccine Edward Jenner was an English country doctor who pioneered vaccination. In 1796 Jenner discovered that inoculation with cowpox gave immunity to smallpox. The video is set to the 'Size of a cow' by the Wonderstuff.
Jimmy Jazz - Small Pox Jimmy Jazz reads his poem live at The Casbah in San Diego Nov. 2, 2003 in a show with Michael Klam, Daphne Gottlieb, Hal Sirowitz and Lydia Lunch contact: jazz@pira***
DA Henderson, Leader in Global Smallpox Eradication In the 1960s and '70s, American physician and epidemiologist DA Henderson led the global campaign to eradicate smallpox. As VOA's Rosanne Skirble reports, the strategy he deployed changed the way health officials wage war against infectious diseases and biological threats.
Fugazi - Smallpox Champion
Fugazi - 4 - In On The Kill Taker - Smallpox Champion 4 of 12
Fugazi - Smallpox Champion Fugazi live in Louisville, Kentucky April 4 2002 Buy Fugazi's music directly from Dischord: bit.ly
Smallpox Vaccine 1955 The smallpox vaccine helps the body develop immunity to smallpox. The vaccine is made from a virus called vaccinia which is a pox-type virus related to smallpox. The smallpox vaccine contains the live vaccinia virus—not dead virus like many other vaccines. For that reason, the vaccination site must be cared for carefully to prevent the virus from spreading. Also, the vaccine can have side effects. In the past, about 1000 people for every 1 million people vaccinated for the first time experienced reactions that, while not life-threatening, were serious. These reactions included a toxic or allergic reaction at the site of the vaccination (erythema multiforme), spread of the vaccinia virus to other parts of the body and to other individuals (inadvertent inoculation), and spread of the vaccinia virus to other parts of the body through the blood (generalized vaccinia). These types of reactions may require medical attention. In the past, between 14 and 52 people out of every 1 million people vaccinated for the first time experienced potentially life-threatening reactions to the vaccine. Based on past experience, it is estimated that 1 or 2 people in 1 million who receive the vaccine may die as a result. Routine smallpox vaccinations were discontinued among US children in 1972, and among US healthcare workers in 1976 after the disease was eradicated in the United States and because of the side effects. Until recently, the US government provided the vaccine only to a few hundred ...
Smallpox(part2) Smallpox(part2):some photos
2 Training Sessions on Smallpox part 1 - Imnius - 1:43's Name : Imnius Crew : Vieira-Squad Map : Smallpox Part 1
The History of Bioterrorism: Smallpox www.bt.cdc.gov These videos describe the Category A diseases: smallpox, anthrax, botulism, plague, tularemia, and viral hemorrhagic fevers. If these germs were used to intentionally infect people, they would cause the most illness and death. Watch these videos to learn how some of these agents have been or can be used as bioterrorist weapons. Note: Parts of this video were adapted from "Biological Warfare and Terrorism: The Military and Public Health Response," co-produced by the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1999. **Note: An incident of deliberate infection of Native Americans with smallpox referred to in this video is incorrect. The incident to which the video refers occurred at Fort Pitt under Captain Simeon Ecuyer. General Jeffery Amherst never himself deliberately infected any Indians with smallpox blankets at Fort Ticonderoga. Moreover, the evidence that any successful epidemic resulted from this incident is very much in question by historians.**
New Smallpox Vaccine Licensed FDA recently licensed a new smallpox vaccine called ACAM2000 which is made by Acambis Inc. This new vaccine is not available for routine use, but will be stored in the country's Strategic National Stockpile. It could be used to inoculate people at high risk of smallpox exposure during a bioterrorist attack. ACAM2000 is derived from the Dryvax smallpox vaccine, which is no longer made and in limited supply. The new vaccine is made with modern cell culture technology, which allows the vaccine to be produced on a large scale with more consistent quality. The new vaccine was studied in two populations: those who'd never been vaccinated for smallpox and those who'd been vaccinated many years before. The percentage of unvaccinated people who had a successful immunization reaction was similar to that of the older vaccine. The new vaccine was also found to be acceptable as a booster for those previously vaccinated for smallpox. Because the new vaccine contains live vaccinia virus, vaccinated people must be careful not to spread the virus from the inoculation site to other parts of their body or to other people. People who receive the vaccine must be given a Medication Guide that explains how to care for the vaccination site properly and lists the serious side effects that can occur. FDA Patient Safety News: November 2007 For more information, please see our website: www.accessdata.fda.gov
Smallpox Vaccine Ethics For the preservation of smallpox samples
Old style smallpox vaccination scar Checking out my old smallpox vaccination scar for vaccine. Over fifty years ago a doctor scratched the skin of my upper left arm with a small knife and smeared the smallpox vaccine into the wound. This barbaric technique was common practice in those days amongst some older doctors and resulted in a very large scar. Why not post a video or picture of your vaccination scars? Comments welcome.
Small Pox and the Vaccine Steven Pavlakis MD Pediatric Neurology Medical School: Brown University Resident/Fellowship: Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center
Fugazi - Smallpox Champion Steve Albini Demo
Smallpox part2 (02:14:18) Game: Snowbound Spieler: Reljin Cours: Smallpox part2 Time: 2:14:18
PFOX Gives SMALLPOX Blankets to Natives The actual article from ***-Face... I mean PFOX, is located at: Be sure to read my commentary on my website at: Be sure to Favorite, Rate and Link this video so that people like this author and PFOX get called out on the bull*** that they are. ~E
Fugazi playing "Smallpox Champion" At 328 Performance Hall in Nashville, TN on April 6, 1993.
A typical smallpox infection From -- DA Henderson describes a typical case of smallpox.
Whither Smallpox? Debate Over Destruction of Virus Stocks Dr. Jonathan Tucker, Senior Fellow at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies talks about the ongoing debate over the destruction of laboratory stocks of the smallpox virus after the disease was eradicated over 30 years ago.
Smallpox Really? We spent all meeting discussing it and this is the best we came up with? (Sorry to any YouTubers who saw this early with the audio error)
Infectious Disease - Smallpox Pt 1
Tommy Thompson Discusses Book, Smallpox: The Death of a Disease On Thursday, June 4, 2009, the University of Pittsburgh celebrated the publication of the book, Smallpox: The Death of a Disease, in which DA Henderson, MD, chronicles the 10-year fight to eliminate smallpox, the first infectious disease ever eradicated from the human species. The event was sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh Center for Global Health, headed by Donald S. Burke, MD, associate vice chancellor for global health and dean of the Graduate School of Public Health.
Elizabeth I catches smallpox In October 1562 Elizabeth I contracted smallpox and was fatally ill. She became unconscious and incapable to speak. After she recovered Elizabeth would say of her illness: "death possessed almost every joint of me, so as I wished then that the feeble thread of life, which lasted (methought) all too long, might by Clotho's hand have quietly been cut off". For a week she suffered from a high fever and there was panic as many feared she would die. The situation at the time was ambiguous -- Elizabeth's likely heir was her distant cousin Mary Stuart who was Catholic. In contrast Elizabeth had re-established a separate Church of England with herself as head of this, and there were fears amongst Protestants in England that Mary's accession would see a return to the situation under Mary I of England (ie a return to the Catholic Church). At the time Elizabeth lay ill, some members of the council were planning to secure the throne for Katherine Grey, the sister of Lady Jane Grey. Under Henry VIII's will, Katherine had the legal claim to the throne and she was Protestant which suited the Protestants in England. Yet other people at court, including Robert Dudley, appear to have favoured another individual -- Henry Hastings, earl of Huntingdon. Incidentally Henry was Robert Dudley's brother-in-law. Throughout most of her fever Elizabeth lay speechless but when she regained ability to speak, she is believed to have voiced concerns for Robert Dudley. Believing herself to be dying, she ...
Smallpox Vaccine Ethics Support for the human testing of smallpox vaccine samples as ethical.
Smallpox Safari Presents "The Death of Smallpox" No copyright infringement intended.
Lewis Black on Smallpox and Greedy People Lewis black rants about smallpox and greedy people.
Horizon : "Smallpox On Death Row" - Part 1 of 5 A BBC Horizon documentary from 1997, listed the the BBC Archives, but unavailable. A facinating account of the smallpox virus, erradicated by man, and reasons why the remaining isolated stocks should not be destroyed. Part 1 of 5 Warning! Contains scenes that may cause distress.
Edward Jenner's smallpox vaccination - Medicine through time History GCSE A video about Edward Jenner's smallpox vaccination that is studied in the 'Medicine through time' history GCSE.
Smallpox、viruela、variole(part1) This film shows the photos and statements of Smallpox ,which is worth watching.
Fugazi - Smallpox Champion Artist: Fugazi Song: Smallpox Champion Local: Bar do 3 City: Santos - SP Country: Brazil Date: 08/20/1997
SnowBound Online Smallpox 3. Player: CaRrErA Crew: Team.!mpuls
Smallpox sculpture.wmv Smallpox sculpture by artist
Smallpox This is for my class
Smallpox - The Greatest Battle of Mankind
6. Smallpox (I): 'The Speckled Monster' Epidemics in Western Society Since 1600 (HIST 234) In the eigh***th century, smallpox succeeded plague as the most feared disease. The two maladies, however, are very different. While plague is a bacterial disease, smallpox is viral. Plague is spread by rats and fleas, smallpox is transmitted by contact and airborne inhalation. Unlike plague, smallpox can exist as an endemic as well as an epidemic disease. The dread of smallpox was a result of its agonizing and unpleasant symptoms, which, in the case of survival, often left victims permanently disfigured. Prior to the discovery and successful implementation of inoculation and vaccination regimes, a host of ineffective and often dangerous treatments were attempted, including bleeding, purging, and cauterization of affected areas. Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: open.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2010.
Smallpox-what do you know? Smallpox history and insite into the future of smallpox