Your best bet is to start with her previous or current doctor. We all keep records and immunization records are most often what is sent to each successive doctor. Next if Ohio has a state immunization registry, call your health department to access those records. Finally, schools are required to keep records of immunizations especially the last school attended. For some one who is 45 years old, employment may also have records. And you can always check a hospital record room if the person was admitted or visited the emergency ward for records of what was done there. Hope this helps.
Wayne A. Yankus, MD, FAAP
expert panelist: pediatrics