Tag: Dengue fever

1. In part 1, phase 3 of this randomized controlled trial, the overall vaccine efficacy of TAK-003 (dengue vaccine candidate) was approximately 80% among children ages 4 to 16 years old. 2. In addition, the vaccine increased the number of participants with seropositivity against dengue and showed to have significant...
1. In part 1, phase 3 of this randomized controlled trial, the overall vaccine efficacy of TAK-003 (dengue vaccine candidate) was approximately 80% among children ages 4 to 16 years old. 2. In addition, the vaccine increased the number of participants with seropositivity against dengue and showed to have significant...
Acute Zika infection is often asymptomatic, though affected individuals commonly present with symptoms including rash, low-grade fever, arthralgias and conjunctivitis. The virus responsible, Zika virus (ZIKV), shares extensive homology with dengue virus (DENV), and throughout the Americas, a precipitous decrease in the number of dengue cases was observed followed...
  1. The disease burden and severity of virologically confirmed dengue appeared to be higher in Asian countries compared to Latin American countries  Evidence Rating Level: 2 (Good) Study Rundown: Dengue is an acute systemic viral infection with multiple strains that presents with variable symptomology. While the exact global distribution of both...
1. A recombinant live, attenuated, tetravalent vaccine was effective against dengue fever in children aged 2-14 years in endemic countries in the Asia-Pacific region.  2. The serious adverse event (mainly infections and injuries) rate was approximately 1% within 28 days of vaccination. There was one vaccine-related case of acute disseminated...