Immunization Recommendations for Small

Immunizations must be given the BCG immunization, Hepatitis B, Polio, DPT, and measles has been discussed before. Will now proceed with the recommended immunizations to be given to your baby. Not required, but recommended. Immunization, among others:

HiB

Which stands for Haemophilus Influenza B. This immunization to prevent diseases caused by Hib bacteria, which can cause serious illnesses such as pneumonia (pneumonia) and inflammation of the lining of the brain (meningitis). Given 4 times, namely when the child aged 2, 4, 6, and 15 months:

HiB vaccine-1 was given when the child was 2 months old. The vaccine can be administered alone or can be given along with DPT-1 vaccine.
HiB vaccine-2, as well, given 2 months later, when the child was 4 months old.
3-HiB vaccine, given at age 6 months.
4-Hib vaccine, given at age 15 months
MMR

A vaccine to prevent the disease Mumps (mumps), Measles (measles) and rubella (German measles). Given twice, at the age of 15 months and 6 years of age:

MMR-1 vaccine given at 15 months of age your baby. But when it comes to the age of 12 months the child has not received the measles vaccine, the MMR can be given at age 12 months.
2nd MMR vaccine is given at age 6 years or start to enter elementary school.
typhoid

Given at the time the child over 2 years old until he was 12 years old. Awarded every three years.

hepatitis A

Also given after the child over the age of 2 years, until he was 12 years old. Administered twice with an interval of 6 to 12 months.

varicella

Given at the time of the child aged 10-12 years.