FDA cautions against needle-free delivery of flu vaccines

10/23/2011 | ABC News

In a warning to clinicians and pharmacists, the FDA said needleless injectors should not be used to administer flu vaccines because of a lack of clinical evidence of safety and efficacy. "At this time, there are no vaccines for the prevention of influenza disease that are approved by the FDA for administration by jet injector," said agency spokeswoman Shelley Burgess.

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