Medical Definition of Cholera vaccine

1. A killed bacteria vaccine containing equal portions of the inaba and ogawa strains of vibrio cholerae, used for immunization against cholera. It enhances protection in adults for about six months, but does not reduce faecal shedding of bacteria or reduce disease transmission. Other cholera vaccines are under development. (12 Dec 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cholera Vaccine

cholents
cholepathia
choleperitoneum
choleperitonitis
cholepoiesis
cholepoietic
choler
cholera
cholera-red reaction
cholera agar
cholera bacillus
cholera infantum
cholera morbus
cholera sicca
cholera toxin
cholera vaccine (current term)
choleragen
choleraic
choleraic diarrhoea
choleraphage
choleras
choleresis
choleretic
choleretics
cholerheic
choleric
choleric jaundice
cholerically
cholericly
cholericness

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