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Several different infections in infants and young children, including diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis, can be prevented with the Infanrix vaccine. It is not recommended for use in adults or children age seven or older. Although certain vaccines are sometimes used for off-label purposes, there are currently no universally accepted off-label Infanrix uses.
What Is Infanrix Used For?
How Does Infanrix Work?
It is also important to note that the pertussis component of Infanrix is acellular (not made up of whole pertussis cells) and is much safer than the whole-cell pertussis vaccine that was used in the past.