children's immunizations

August 12, 2017 17:51 | Child Health

This calendar of preventive vaccinations recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics.Since the calendar may change and new vaccines can be added for more recent information, contact your doctor.Varicella vaccine, now used only for children with immunodeficiency, will soon enter into the list of mandatory vaccinations.

Plan so as to coincide with the planned vaccination examination of the child.The graph below

flexible enough.However, immunization may be less effective if administrated again before the expiration of thirty days after the primary inoculation.If your child has missed one of repeated vaccinations do not need to start all over again.Just make vaccination, if no time has not been missed.Any vaccine may be administered simultaneously, but in different places, and thus does not increase the risk of vaccine reactions and some reduced efficiency.

vaccines and tests

DPT (pertussis, diphtheria and tetanus in one injection)

Hepatitis B vaccine

vaccine gemofilus influenza B (Haemophi

lus influenzae B, a bacterium - the causative agent of epiglottitis and meningitis)

vaccinemeasles, mumps and rubella

OPV (oral polio vaccine)

tuberculin test or Mantoux test (test for tuberculosis)

Td (diphtheria and tetanus) - less powerful than DPT, and is introduced to children older than 6years.Revaccination against tetanus is required only carried out every ten years, in the case where there is injury to the contaminated wound, revaccination is performed if with the last vaccination time has passed more than five years.

Recommended Calendar routine immunization

Age Vaccination

2 months DTP, OPV, against gemofilus influenza in

4 months DPT, OPV, against gemofilus influenza in

6 months DTP, gemofilus influenza in

12 monthsMantoux

15 months against measles, mumps and rubella, influenza B against gemofilus

Age Vaccination

18 months DTP (acellular), OPV

4-6 years DTP (acellular), OPV,

Mantoux

12years against measles, epidemic

mumps and rubella

15 years Td

severe disease and its devastating effects.Others believe that it is a waste, and vaccines used today are already expensive and are advised to wait until adolescence to carry out routine vaccination against this virus.Except that sometimes there is a slight increase in temperature, the vaccine is absolutely safe.So what should parents do?Experience will decide the dispute, and until that time, in our opinion, from considerations of caution must be made here that.

Firstly, all pregnant women should be tested for hepatitis B. If the test result was positive, the child of the woman has to go right after the birth, or, in extreme cases, in the first twenty-four hours as a passive immunization against hepatitis B immunoglobulin,and active, the vaccine against hepatitis B. These children need to be made all the necessary vaccinations against hepatitis B in the age of one month, and then every six months, after which should be made child's blood test to determine whether he is a carrier of hepatitis B virus.

If the mother during pregnancy has negative hepatitis B, the first option - to immunize a child is usually recommended, at birth, a month and six months.The second option - to discuss with your doctor whether the child is at risk

or family of hepatitis B include before deciding whether to carry out the vaccination.If the risk to the child or family is not high, the vaccine can be administered at an older age, when the risk of infection will increase for a child.Do not forget that when the child grows, the importance of immunization are usually overlooked, so you need to remind yourself of vaccination.