Original Article

Reactions To Tetanus Toxoid

Authors: FRED J. KITTLER M.D., PURCELL SMITH JR. M.D., BILL F. HEFLEY M.D., ALAN G. CAZORT M.D.

Abstract

Tetanus toxoid offers remarkable protection against the disease at the expense of few clinically recognized reactions. However, reactions of sensitivity may occasionally occur, either from sensitizing substances as the result of the manufacturing process or against the toxoid itself. It is the latter which the authors discuss and demonstrate.

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