Children Immunization and Schedule discussion questions

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In conjunction with the next subject in the NCLEX review class, the next topic for discussion is Mandatory Vaccination of Children. Your participation will gain you 2 extra points for the Pediatric Exam next week by answering the following guidelines:

1. Explain how do immunizations work in the body.

2. Enumerate the different classes of Immunization and their schedule.

3. Do you advocate that all children should be immunized? If Yes, WHY, or WHY NOT

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School: UIUC

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Running Head: CHILDREN IMMUNIZATION

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Children Immunization and Schedule
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Institution Affiliation
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CHILDREN IMMUNIZATION

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How Immunizations Work in the Body.
Immunizations work by preparing the body to fight foreign disease-causing organisms
such as bacteria and pathogens. They work with the body’s white blood cells to develop
immunity to a certain infection (Davis, 2018). This is done by introducing a vaccine in the body
that resembles a certain infection. The body white blood cells will in turn produce antibodies that
will fight that infection. The body develops immunity against such an infection, and in future in
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