HIB (Haemophilus influenzae type B)
Vaccination to prevent inflammation of the lining of the brain, which is characterized by a stiff neck, loss of consciousness, seizures, and death.
Given 3 times, from infants aged 2 months at intervals of 2 months.
Vaccines separately or in combination with other vaccines such as DTP.
These vaccinations are given to prevent influenza and its complications of primary disease.
Valsinasi different schedule, based on the location of parts of the world. According to the Advisory Committee On Immunization practices (ACIP, 2004), vaccination is recommended for infants aged 6-23 months, because at that age the highest incidence of influenza illness.
If the first got tritulen influenza vaccine (TIV) Â at the age of 8 years old, then it should get 2 doses with a minimal interval of 4 weeks. Further, should be given once a year.
MMR (Mumps, Measles, Rubella)
This vaccination to prevent the disease mumps (mumps), meales (measles) and rubella (German measles). Vaccination is still to be given, even if the child had no history of infection from any of these diseases, or have been immunized against measles alone.
If the child has not been vaccinated against measles, the first MMR vaccination is given at 12 months.
When children have received measles vaccine at age 9 months, MMR vaccination given 15 months of age.
This vaccination to prevent pneumococcal disease, which is a bacterial infection that can cause pneumonia (lung inflammation), meningitis (inflammation of the lining of the brain), and otitis media (middle ear inflammation).
Can be given when the baby is 2 months old.
If you have not received the vaccination at age 1 year Â, PCV given 2 times at intervals of 2 months at the age of 2-5 years of PCV given once.
Vaccination to prevent typhoid fever (typhoid).
Usually given to children who are often invited to travel abroad, as to some countries in Asia, Africa, Central and South America, southern Europe, and Papua New Guinea.
Polysaccharide typhoid vaccinations were injected, Â given to children 2 years old and repeated every 3 years. While the vaccine is ingested (capsule form), usually given to children aged 6 years and over.
Vaccination is given to prevent hepatitis A disease that attacks the liver.
Can be given in two forms, namely passive and active.
Passive vaccination, to prevent after after patient contact. Instead, vaccinations given to infants and toddlers less than 2 weeks after contact with an infected person.
Active vaccination, administered to children over 2 years of age (not yet approved gift for children under 2 years old). Gift 2 times with intervals of 6 to 12 months.
This vaccination prevents transmission of chickenpox disease.
Recommended starting age of 10 years.
Did you know?
In the United States, it is recommended vaccinations given to children over 1 year.
Vaccination can not be given on the state of high fever.
During a cold or cough illness, the child should still . Moreover, there is now a vaccine that does not wear a fever. Infant or child vaccination should be delayed until a week later, when he was fussy at all because of the pain.
Children should not be vaccinated if:
High fever (above 38.5 C).
Vomiting or severe diarrhea.