Watch for Confusing Abbreviations With Vaccines

You play a key role in preventing errors with vaccine abbreviations.

Generic vaccine names can be a mouthful. It's easier to say or type "Tdap" than "tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis."

But these shortcuts can lead to patients getting the wrong vaccine.

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