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Etude rétrospective des déclarations d'évènements indésirables graves suite à l'utilisation de vaccins chez le chien

Abstract : Dogs’ vaccines are drugs used to protect them against serious diseases. However, serious adverse events can occur after vaccination. In this retrospective study, declarations of those serious adverse events reported to the Agence Nationale du Médicament Vétérinaire’s pharmacovigilance department between 2012 and 2016 are reviewed. Serious events are considered rare or very rare depending on the vaccine with on average 1 adverse event every 27 000 vaccinated dogs and 1 death every 180 500 vaccinated dogs. Type I hypersensitivity reactions are the most reported. Dogs under 1 year old and small breeds seem predisposed to such reactions. Veterinarians should inform owners of adverse events related to vaccines and adapt valences and protocols to dogs’ lifestyles. Vaccination must be well thought out to protect each dog efficiently while avoiding useless injections. The risk-benefice ratio is still very much in favor of vaccination.
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Justine Lohezic. Etude rétrospective des déclarations d'évènements indésirables graves suite à l'utilisation de vaccins chez le chien. Médecine vétérinaire et santé animale. 2018. Français. ⟨tel-03470899⟩

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