Yellow Fever Vaccination: The Potential of Dose-Sparing to Increase Vaccine Supply and Availability

This report aimed to evaluate whether dose-sparing, possibly through the intradermal (ID) route, could improve the availability of yellow fever vaccine globally. The report identifies and discusses potential benefits, possible obstacles, and associated costs of dose-sparing as a vaccine delivery strategy. It also assesses settings where dose-sparing would be most appropriate and to what extent novel ID delivery devices would help facilitate its successful implementation.

Author: PATH

Published: 2013

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Resource types: Report, PATH resource

Diseases/vaccines: Not disease/vaccine specific

Topics: Delivery technologies, Presentation and packaging

Regions: Global