Immunization Infections

 Immunization is that the process whereby an individual is formed immune to a communicable disease typically by the administration of a vaccine. Vaccines stimulate the body’s own system to guard the person against subsequent infection or disease. It may occur naturally when people are exposed to bacteria or viruses or doctors may provide it through vaccination. Types of Immunization:

There are two types of immunization:

  1. Active immunization
  2. Passive immunization

 

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