vaccination calendar

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health authorities have developed a plan called the vaccination calendar, in such a way that between vaccinations against various diseases was held for not less than two months.Exceptions are vaccinated against polio, after which compliance with optional interval.However, immunization clinics for children and educational institutions engaged in: nurseries, kindergartens, schools, children's homes.In many clinics to create a centralized vaccination card files, which store user form number 063 / y.This work on a unified system of filing graft is most expedient, as it facilitates control over the timing of the pediatric section on active immunization of children and its registration (see Table.).

Decree number 229 of 27 June 2001 "On the national calendar of preventive vaccinations and the calendar of preventive vaccination on epidemic indications."

Table

Calendar of preventive vaccinations

The timing of vaccination

Name vaccine

Newborn (in the first 12 hours of life)

first vaccination against viral hepatitis

newborns (3-7 days)

BCG or BCG-M

1 month

second vaccination against hepatitis B

3 months

first vaccination against diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, polio

4,5 months

second vaccination against diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, polio

6 months

third vaccinationagainst diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, polio.A third vaccination against hepatitis B

12 months

vaccine against measles, mumps and rubella

18 months

first revaccination against diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, polio

24 months

second revaccination against polio

6 years

revaccination against measles, rubella, mumps

7 years

revaccination againsttuberculosis.The second revaccination against diphtheria, tetanus

13 years

Vaccination against rubella (girls).Vaccination against hepatitis B (not previously vaccinated)

14 years

third revaccination against diphtheria, tetanus.Re-vaccination against tuberculosis.Third revaccination against polio

Adults

Re-vaccination against diphtheria, tetanus - every 10 years from the last booster

Vaccinations should be carried out strictly within the Calendar of preventive vaccinations as possible with a vaccine based on the ageeach child (see Table.).If you violate the terms of allowed simultaneous and other vaccinations, but separate syringes at different sites.Introduction gammaglobulin is conducted in accordance with the instructions for their use.

Vaccinations against hepatitis B are carried out by domestic and foreign vaccines, registered in the prescribed manner (see Table.).

Table

Calendar of preventive vaccinations against infectious diseases, conduct which is necessary in endemic or enzootic areas and epidemic indications

vaccination type

Terms vaccination

Terms revaccination

Note

against plague

2 years

1 year

Planned immunization plague, tularemia, brucellosis, anthrax, leptospirosis, Q fever, tick-borne springencephalitis carried out population (individual professional contingent), residing in endemic or enzootic areas in accordance with the instructions for use of the vaccine.Unscheduled (emergency) immunization is carried out by the decision of regional health authorities and the State Sanitary and Epidemiological Service

against tularemia

7 years

every 5 years

against brucellosis.

18 years, only a professional contingent

1 year

against anthrax

14 years, only a professional contingent

1 year

against leptospirosis

7 years

1 year

against Q fever

14 years

1 year

against tick-borne encephalitis

4 years

annually over 3 years

against typhoid

7 years

2 years

flu

from 3 years to persons belonging to increased risk

3 years

Immunization is carried out in accordance with the instructionsthe use of the vaccine

against yellow fever

9 months, persons traveling in foreign countries endemic for this infection

10 years

Table

list of medicalcontraindications to prophylactic vaccinations

vaccine

Contraindications

All vaccines

strong reaction or complication to a previous dose

All live vaccines

immunodeficiency states (primary)

BCG vaccine

immunosuppression, cancer, pregnancy.

Child's weight less than 2000 g, keloid scar after a previous dose

vaccine

Contraindications

OG1V (oral polio vaccine)

Absolute contraindications

DTP

progressive disease of the nervous system, convulsions in history (instead of DTP administered ADS)

DT, Td

Absolute contraindications

ZHKV (live measles vaccine), DRI (live mumps vaccine)

Severe reactions to aminoglycosides Anaphylactic reactions to egg protein

rubella vaccine or trivaktsinatsiya (measles, mumps, rubella)

* A strong reaction is the presence of temperatureabove 40 ° C, the swelling in the injection site, redness more than 8 cm in diameter, anaphylactic shock reaction.

Note: Routine vaccination is delayed until after the acute manifestations of the disease and exacerbation of chronic diseases.In non-severe acute respiratory viral infection, acute intestinal diseases and other vaccinations are carried out immediately after the normalization of temperature.