APPENDIX III–VACCINE INJURY TABLE 1059 Vaccine Illness, Disability, Injury, or Condition Covered Time Period for First Symptom or Manifestation of Onset or of Significant Aggravation After Vaccine Administration IV. Vaccines containing rubella virus (eg, MMR, MMRV) A. Chronic arthritis 7–42 days (not less than 7 days and not more than 42 days) V. Vaccines containing measles virus (eg, MMR, MM, MMRV) A. Thrombocytopenic purpura 7–30 days (not less than 7 days and not more than 30 days) B. Vaccine-strain measles viral disease in an immuno- deficient recipient —Vaccine-strain virus identified Not applicable —If strain determination is not performed or if laboratory testing is inconclusive ≤12 months VI. Vaccines containing polio live virus (OPV) A. Paralytic polio —in a nonimmunodeficient recipient ≤30 days —in an immunodeficient re- cipient ≤6 month —in a vaccine-associated community case Not applicable B. Vaccine-strain polio viral infection —in a nonimmunodeficient recipient ≤30 days —in an immunodeficient recipient ≤6 months —in a vaccine-associated community case Not applicable VII. Vaccines containing polio inactivated virus (eg, IPV) A. Anaphylaxis ≤4 hours B. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration ≤48 hours C. Vasovagal syncope ≤1 hour VIII. Hepatitis B vaccines A. Anaphylaxis ≤4 hours B. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration ≤48 hours C. Vasovagal syncope ≤1 hour IX. Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) vaccines A. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration ≤48 hours B. Vasovagal syncope ≤1 hour X. Varicella vaccines A. Anaphylaxis ≤4 hours B. Disseminated varicella vaccine-strain viral disease
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