child Immunization

TRACK OF IMMUNIZATIONS

Most of your child’s vaccinations are completed between birth and 6 years. Many vaccines are given more than once, at different ages, and in Combinations. This means that you will need to keep a careful record of your child's shots.

No matter what the reason, it is important to make up missed immunizations.

Common side effects of immunizations include swelling at the site of the injection, soreness, and fever. Discuss these side effects with your doctor and ask what symptoms deserve an office call.

Why Childhood Immunizations Are Important?

It is always better to prevent a disease than to treat it after it occurs.

What happens if I do not immunize my child?

Your child’s body will not be prepared to fight against these diseases and if exposed your child could become seriously ill.

Do children get protection from diseases through breast feeding?

Yes, against some diseases. The immunization schedule was developed so that when the protection from the mother becomes weaker, the vaccination will take over to protect the child.

Should I still bring my child for immunization if they have fever, cold & Diarrhea?

Yes, Immunizing a child who is not seriously ill will not harm the child.

Why does my baby need so many vaccines at once?

Giving several vaccines at once avoids extra trips to the clinic provided paediatrician approves for it.

Note:

It is crucial that all the recommended vaccinations for children are given at the right stage of your doctor-approved schedule. Although the timing for each child vaccination shot may differ according to the age.

If you have any queries regarding vaccinations for your children, you can always approach Our Paediatrician.

Baby Immunization Schedule
DIFFERENT TYPES OF VACCINES
Birth
BCG
  • This vaccine helps your body develop immunity to the TB, but will not treat an active infection you already have.

Hep B1
  • This vaccine is used for decreasing the burden of chronic Hepatitis B infection. The hepatitis B vaccine is also known as the first “anti-cancer” vaccine because it prevents hepatitis B, the leading cause of liver cancer.

OPV
  • This vaccine is used for the elimination of circulating wild poliovirus from India and to decline the number of cases globally.

6 weeks
DTWP or DTaP1
  • This vaccine is used for the elimination of diphtheria and tetanus in childhood and has greatly reduced the number of pertussis cases.

Hib - 1
  • This vaccine is used for providing long-term protection from Haemophilus influenzae type b. Those immunized have protection against Hib meningitis; pneumonia; pericarditis and infections of the blood, bones, and joints caused by the bacteria.

IPV - 1
  • This vaccine is used for preventing poliovirus in children. This vaccine works by exposing you to a small dose of the virus, which causes the body to develop immunity to the disease.

Hep B2
  • This vaccine is used for decreasing the burden of chronic Hepatitis B infection. The hepatitis B vaccine is also known as the first “anti-cancer” vaccine because it prevents hepatitis B, the leading cause of liver cancer.

PCV - 1
  • This vaccine is used for protection against meningitis, pneumonia, and otitis media.

ROTA - 1
  • This vaccine is used for protection against rotavirus diarrhea. Besides protecting children who get the vaccine, immunization can help stop the spread of rotavirus in a community.

10 weeks
DTWP or DTaP2
  • This vaccine is used for the elimination of diphtheria and tetanus in childhood and has greatly reduced the number of pertussis cases.

Hib - 2
  • This vaccine is used for providing long-term protection from Haemophilus influenzae type b. Those immunized have protection against Hib meningitis; pneumonia; pericarditis and infections of the blood, bones, and joints caused by the bacteria.

IPV - 2
  • This vaccine is used for preventing poliovirus in children. This vaccine works by exposing you to a small dose of the virus, which causes the body to develop immunity to the disease.

Hep B3
  • This vaccine is used for decreasing the burden of chronic Hepatitis B infection. The hepatitis B vaccine is also known as the first “anti-cancer” vaccine because it prevents hepatitis B, the leading cause of liver cancer.

PCV - 2
  • This vaccine is used for protection against meningitis, pneumonia, and otitis media.

ROTA - 2
  • This vaccine is used for protection against rotavirus diarrhea. Besides protecting children who get the vaccine, immunization can help stop the spread of rotavirus in a community.

14 weeks
DTWP or DTaP3
  • This vaccine is used for the elimination of diphtheria and tetanus in childhood and has greatly reduced the number of pertussis cases.

Hib - 3
  • This vaccine is used for providing long-term protection from Haemophilus influenzae type b. Those immunized have protection against Hib meningitis; pneumonia; pericarditis and infections of the blood, bones, and joints caused by the bacteria.

IPV - 3
  • This vaccine is used for preventing poliovirus in children. This vaccine works by exposing you to a small dose of the virus, which causes the body to develop immunity to the disease.

Hep - B4
  • This vaccine is used for decreasing the burden of chronic Hepatitis B infection. The hepatitis B vaccine is also known as the first “anti-cancer” vaccine because it prevents hepatitis B, the leading cause of liver cancer.

PCV - 3
  • This vaccine is used for protection against meningitis, pneumonia, and otitis media.

ROTA - 3
  • This vaccine is used for protection against rotavirus diarrhea. Besides protecting children who get the vaccine, immunization can help stop the spread of rotavirus in a community.

6 Months
Influenza-1
  • This vaccine is used for protection against the substantial health burden from seasonal influenza. Rates of infection from seasonal influenza are highest among children.

7 Months
Influenza-2
  • This vaccine is used for protection against the substantial health burden from seasonal influenza. Rates of infection from seasonal influenza are highest among children.

6 Months - 9 Months
Typhoid Conjugate Vaccine
  • This vaccine is used for protection against the significant burden of typhoid, widespread prevalence of antibiotic-resistant strains of Salmonella enterica serotype Typhi (S Typhi).

9 Months
MMR 1(Mumps, Measles, Rubella)
  • This vaccine is used for protection against measles, mumps, and rubella.

12 Months
Hepatitis A-1
  • This vaccine is used to prevent the severe liver disease that can develop when children or adults are infected with hepatitis A or B virus.

12 Months - 15 Months
PCV Booster
  • This vaccine is used for protection against meningitis, pneumonia, and otitis media.

15 Months
MMR 2(Mumps, Measles, Rubella)
  • This vaccine is used for protection against measles, mumps, and rubella.

Varicella
  • This vaccine is used for protection against serious complications of chickenpox. It also protects against shingles. It is a live attenuated vaccine, which means it contains a weakened form of the virus.

16 Months - 18 Months
DTWP or DTaP
  • This vaccine is used for the elimination of diphtheria and tetanus in childhood and has greatly reduced the number of pertussis cases.

Hib
  • This vaccine is used for providing long-term protection from Haemophilus influenzae type b. Those immunized have protection against Hib meningitis; pneumonia; pericarditis and infections of the blood, bones, and joints caused by the bacteria.

IPV
  • This vaccine is used for preventing poliovirus in children. This vaccine works by exposing you to a small dose of the virus, which causes the body to develop immunity to the disease.

18 Months - 19 Months
Hepatitis A-2**
  • This vaccine is used to prevent the severe liver disease that can develop when children or adults are infected with hepatitis A or B virus.

Varicella
  • This vaccine is used for protection against serious complications of chickenpox. It also protects against shingles. It is a live attenuated vaccine, which means it contains a weakened form of the virus.

4 Years - 6 Years
DTWP or DTaP
  • This vaccine is used for the elimination of diphtheria and tetanus in childhood and has greatly reduced the number of pertussis cases.

IPV
  • This vaccine is used for preventing poliovirus in children. This vaccine works by exposing you to a small dose of the virus, which causes the body to develop immunity to the disease.

MMR 3(Mumps, Measles, Rubella)
  • This vaccine is used for protection against measles, mumps, and rubella.

9 Years - 15 Years (Girls)
HPV(2 doses)
  • This vaccine is used for protection against HPV-related diseases. The HPV vaccine protects against six strains of the HPV virus.

10 Years - 12 Years
Tdap / Td
  • This vaccine is used for protection against tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough).

2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Year
Annual Influenza Vaccine
  • This vaccine is used for protection against the substantial health burden from seasonal influenza. Rates of infection from seasonal influenza are highest among children.

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  • BCG (Birth)
  • Hep B1 (Birth)
  • OPV (Birth)
  • DTwP / DTaP1 (6 weeks)
  • Hib-1 (6 weeks)
  • IPV-1 (6 weeks)
  • Hep B2 (6 weeks)
  • PCV 1 (6 weeks)
  • Rota-1 (6 weeks)
  • DTwP / DTaP2 (10 weeks)
  • Hib-2 (10 weeks)
  • IPV-2 (10 weeks)
  • Hep B3 (10 weeks)
  • PCV 2 (10 weeks)
  • Rota-2 (10 weeks)
  • DTwP / DTaP3 (14 weeks)
  • Hib-3 (14 weeks)
  • IPV-3 (14 weeks)
  • Hep B4 (14 weeks)
  • PCV 3 (14 weeks)
  • Rota-3* (14 weeks)
  • Influenza-1 (6 Months)
  • Influenza-2 (7 Months)
  • Typhoid Conjugate Vaccine (6 Months - 9 Months)
  • MMR 1 (Mumps, measles,Rubella) (9 Months)
  • Hepatitis A- 1 (12 Months)
  • PCV Booster (12 Months - 15 Months)
  • MMR 2 (15 Months)
  • Varicella (15 Months)
  • DTwP / DTaP (16 Months - 18 Months)
  • Hib (16 Months - 18 Months)
  • IPV (16 Months - 18 Months)
  • Hepatitis A- 2** (18 Months - 19 Months)
  • Varicella 2 (18 - 19 Months)
  • DTwP / DTaP (4 - 6 Years)
  • IPV (4 - 6 Years)
  • MMR 3 (4 - 6 Years)
  • HPV (2 doses) (9 - 15 Years Girls)
  • Tdap/ Td (10 - 12 Years)
  • Annual Influenza Vaccine (2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Year)