hepatitis A vaccine inactivated

hepatitis A vaccine inactivated
an inactivated whole-virus vaccine derived from an attenuated strain of hepatitis A virus grown in cell culture; administered intramuscularly as an immunizing agent for preexposure prophylaxis in susceptible persons at least two years of age.

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