"Intradermal vaccination is the delivery of vaccines into the outer layers of the skin. Most vaccines are delivered via the intramuscular (IM) or subcutaneous (SC) route. The intradermal (ID) route is used for only a small number of vaccines. This method of vaccine delivery requires trained health professionals to ensure safety and efficacy." - Intradermal vaccination
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