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Pagbakuna
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ICD-9-CM99.3-99.5

An pagbakuna o bakunasyon (Ingles: vaccination) iyo an pagtao nin bakuna para makatabang sa sistemang immuno na makahaman nin proteksyon laban sa sarong kahelangan. An mga bakuna igwa nin mga mikroorganismo o birus sa maluya, buhay o gadan na kamugtakan, o protina o toksino gikan sa organismo. Sa pag-istimula kan adaptibong immunidad kan lawas, nakakatabang sinda sa paglikay sa nakaka-ulakakit na kahelangan.

Kapag an tamang dakul nin porsyento kan populasyon an nabakunahan, nagreresulta ini sa herd immunity. An herd immunity pigpoprotekhan itong mga may maluya na sistemang immuno asin si mga dae pwedeng makakua nin pagbakuna huli ta maski an maluyang bersyon pwedeng makaraot sa sainda.[1] An pagigin epektibo kan pagbakuna iyo mahiwas na pig-aadalan asin pig-beberipika.[2][3][4] An pagbakuna iyo an pinakaepektibong paagi sa paglikay sa nakaka-ulakit na kahelangan;[5][6][7][8] an mahiwas na immunidad huli sa pagbakuna iyo dakulang responsable sa pankinabang eradikasyon kan smallpox asin an pagkawara kan mga kahelangan arug kan polio asin tetanus sa kadaklan nin kinaban. Alagad, an nagkapirang mga kahelangan, arug kan measles outbreaks sa Amerika, iyo nakahiling nin pagsakat nin kaso huli sa relatibong hababang rikas nin pagbakuna sa dekada nin 2010s – katakod nin partida sa paghabo sa bakuna.[9]

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  7. "Vaccine-preventable diseases". Public Health Agency of Canada. 7 October 2002. Archived from the original on 24 March 2012. Vaccines still provide the most effective, longest-lasting method of preventing infectious diseases in all age groups 
  8. "NIAID Biodefense Research Agenda for Category B and C Priority Pathogens" (PDF). United States National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). Archived from the original (PDF) on 4 March 2016. Vaccines are the most effective method of protecting the public against infectious diseases. 
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