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There may also be an adverse reaction in recipients who are allergic to eggs. This has been an issue with the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) and polio vaccine in egg-sensitive children, who in the past may not have been vaccinated, but it is now generally considered more important to confer protection. Other problems with eggs include the possible presence of other viral strains and antibiotics, and the possibility that other variant species of virus antigenically distinct from the virus being targeted may be present.
Insulin preparations Previously derived from bovine or porcine sources, modern insulin preparations basically have the human amino acid sequence and can be made using recombinant DNA technology. Insulin for injection has been formulated and modified in several forms so as to provide the prescriber with options for speed of onset and duration of action. In practice, prescribers may use the different forms in combination Short-acting insulin preparations These are used mainly for emergencies, but can also be prescribed in combination with longer-acting formulations.
Faeces become noticeably lighter in colour. Jaundice develops. In most cases, symptoms lessen and after 2 or 3 weeks they disappear altogether. In some cases, the liver rapidly becomes severely damaged (fulminant hepatic failure), which may prove fatal. If infection is diagnosed, patients are encouraged to abstain from alcohol, which could exacerbate any cirrhosis. g. anti-HBc IgM (antibody to the hepatitis B core antigen). If HBsAg persists in serum for 6 months or longer then this is considered to be chronic infection with hepatitis B, and these people are the so-called ‘carriers’ of hepatitis B.