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STAMARiL® OVERVIEW

STAMARiL is a live, attenuated vaccine indicated for active immunisation against yellow fever.

Before you prescribe this vaccine please refer to the Prescribing information and SmPC links below.

STAMARiL Prescribing information

View the STAMARiL SmPC

Why help protect your patients with STAMARiL?

Yellow fever is a potentially fatal viral infection spread between monkeys and humans via the bite from an infected mosquito.1,2 It is found in tropical parts of Central and South America and sub-Saharan Africa.2

STAMARiL provides at least 10 years’ protection against yellow fever from around 10 days after vaccination - the duration of protection may be lifelong.

 

 

Presentation

Schedule

Further doses

Age range

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0.5 ml prefilled diluent
syringe + vial of
lyophilised powder
Available in 1 vial
+ 1 syringe packs

1 dose

The duration of protection following administration of one dose of Stamaril® is expected to be at least 10 years and may be life-long. Re-vaccination may be needed in some individuals who had an insufficient immune response after their primary vaccination. Re-vaccination may also be required, depending on official recommendations of local Health Authorities, as a condition of entry in some countries

9 months +

For information about administration in children from 6 to 9 months of age, and in persons over 60 years of age, please refer to the SmPC

 

References:

  1. Fit For Travel. Yellow Fever. http://www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/advice/disease-prevention-advice/yellow-fever Accessed May 2018.
  2. Travel Health Pro. Yellow Fever. https://travelhealthpro.org.uk/factsheet/18/yellow-fever Accessed May 2018.

STAMARiL SmPC

Before you prescribe this vaccine please refer to the Prescribing information and SmPC links below.

STAMARiL Prescribing information

View the STAMARiL SmPC

Materials Ordering Online – Giving You Access to A Range Of Support Materials

Sanofi Pasteur is committed to providing you and your patients with a comprehensive range of support materials, including disease awareness patient leaflets and in-surgery display items.

• Simply visit https://sanofi.medisa.com

• Select the user group which best describes your role in your organisation

• Narrow your search by selecting the appropriate disease area

• Select which materials you would like to receive and how many

• Log-in or register to create an account

• Confirm your order

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Date of preparation: November 2018 | SAGB.MIS.18.08.1323v