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Difference between Immunisation and Vaccination Difference between Immunization 

Asked by ranjeetsohal8 | 03 Feb, 2020, 09:03: PM
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Differences between immunisation and vaccination:

Vaccination

Immunisation

  • It involves the introduction of a weakened / deactivated disease-causing microbe into a person.
  • It is a process which begins after the person is exposed to the vaccine and the body starts building resistance to that disease.
  • It is usually injected or administered orally.
  • It is not administered in any way, the body develops the resistance from vaccines.
  • It does not ensure complete resistance to a disease.
  • Complete immunity occurs when the person fully recovers from the disease.
  • Usually, if mutation happens to microbe, it might render the vaccine ineffective.
  • Variations of a disease impact the body’s ability to generate an immune response.
 
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