Vaccination Schedule

Vaccination Schedule

The proper vaccination of the child from the time of his/her birth till the child reaches the age of 5 at different stages of his/her development will make a child healthy person in future. The child will have strong immune system which will fight against the diseases in long run. So, it’s really important to know different vaccinations and how helpful they are. Watch movies 2009 on Putlocker without registration.

Following is the Vaccination chart for Indian Children:

Age Vaccine (mandatory & optional) Prevents from Information about vaccine


Birth

Just Born Baby

BCG (Bacillus Calmette Guerin) (Mandatory) Tuberculosis Slight swelling is caused at the injected area
OPV (Oral Polio Vaccine) (Mandatory) Poliomyelitis (Polio) that damages nervous system, weakens muscles or causes paralysis Given for free in government hospitals on Pulse Immunization Day up to the age of 5 years
Hepatitis B (Optional) Liver infection caused by Hepatitis B Virus To be given within 12 hours of birth for preventing transmission from mothers
HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) (Optional) Cervical Cancer and other genital cancers Only given to girls

6 Weeks

6 Weeks Old Baby

DPT (Mandatory) Diphtheria, Pertussis and Tetanus The injected area may swell as well as pain and there may be mild fever
OPV (Oral Polio Vaccine) (Mandatory) Poliomyelitis (Polio) that damages nervous system, weakens muscles or causes paralysis Given for free in government hospitals on Pulse Immunization Day up to the age of 5 years
HiB (Haemophilus Influenzae type B) (Optional) Menangitis that can affect membrane covering the brain and the spinal cord The injected site may swell or pain and become slightly red
Pneumococcal (Optional) Pneumococcal disease mainly caused bacteria named Streptococcous Pneumonia. In India, the first vaccine against Pneumococcal disease was Prevenar
Hepatitis B (Optional) Liver infection caused by Hepatitis B Virus To be given within 12 hours of birth for preventing transmission from mothers

10 Weeks

10 Weeks Old Baby

 

 

DPT (Mandatory) Diphtheria, Pertussis and Tetanus The injected area may swell as well as pain and there may be mild fever
OPV (Oral Polio Vaccine) (Mandatory) Poliomyelitis (Polio) that damages nervous system, weakens muscles or causes paralysis Given for free in government hospitals on Pulse Immunization Day up to the age of 5 years
HiB (Haemophilus Influenzae type B) (Optional) Menangitis that can affect membrane covering the brain and the spinal cord The injected site may swell or pain and become slightly red
Pneumococcal (Optional) Pneumococcal disease mainly caused bacteria named Streptococcous Pneumonia In India, the first vaccine against Pneumococcal disease was Prevenar
Hepatitis B (Optional) Liver infection caused by Hepatitis B Virus To be given within 12 hours of birth for preventing transmission from mothers
IPV (Inactivated Polio Vaccine) (Optional) Poliomyelitis (Polio) that damages nervous system, weakens muscles or causes paralysis It is given in the form of injection
14 Weeks14 Weeks Old Baby
DPT (Mandatory) Diphtheria, Pertussis and Tetanus The injected area may swell as well as pain and there may be mild fever
OPV (Oral Polio Vaccine) (Mandatory) Poliomyelitis (Polio) that damages nervous system, weakens muscles or causes paralysis Given for free in government hospitals on Pulse Immunization Day up to the age of 5 years
HiB (Haemophilus Influenzae type B) (Optional) Menangitis that can affect membrane covering the brain and the spinal cord The injected site may swell or pain and become slightly red
Pneumococcal (Optional) Pneumococcal disease mainly caused bacteria named Streptococcous Pneumonia. In India, the first vaccine against Pneumococcal disease was Prevenar
Hepatitis B (Optional) Liver infection caused by Hepatitis B Virus To be given within 12 hours of birth for preventing transmission from mothers
IPV (Inactivated Polio Vaccine) (Optional) Poliomyelitis (Polio) that damages nervous system, weakens muscles or causes paralysis It is given in the form of injection


6 months

6 Months Old Baby

Rotavirus (Optional) Rotavirus infection can cause severe diarrhoea among the infants

The first dose is given before 6 moths and the second dose is given after a month’s gap

Influenza (Optional) Influenza virus that can cause infection of respiratory system

The common vaccine is Trivalent Influenza Vaccine (TIV)

HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) (Optional) Cervical Cancer and other genital cancers Only given to girls

9 months
9 Months Old Baby
Measles (Mandatory) Measles that can cause infection of respiratory system It is highly contagious

12 months
12 Months Old Baby
Varicella (Optional) Chickenpox It is primary vaccine for Chickenpox

15 months
15 Months Old Baby
MMR (Mandatory) Measles, Mumps and Rubella The child may experience slight fever, joint pain or stiffness after vaccination
Pneumococcal Booster (Optional) Pneumococcal disease mainly caused bacteria named Streptococcous Pneumonia In India, the first vaccine against Pneumococcal disease was Prevenar
IPV (Inactivated Polio Vaccine) (Optional) Poliomyelitis (Polio) that damages nervous system, weakens muscles or causes paralysis It is given in the form of injection

18 months
18 Months Old Baby
DPT Booster (Mandatory) Diphtheria, Pertussis and Tetanus The injected area may swell as well as pain and there may be mild fever
OPV Booster (Oral Polio Vaccine) (Mandatory) Poliomyelitis (Polio) that damages nervous system, weakens muscles or causes paralysis Given for free in government hospitals on Pulse Immunization Day up to the age of 5 years
HiB (Haemophilus Influenzae type B) Booster (Optional) Menangitis that can affect membrane covering the brain and the spinal cord The injected site may swell or pain and become slightly red
Hepatitis A (Optional) Liver infection caused by Hepatitis A Virus As the Hepatitis A is generally found in young Indian children, it is advisable to get the vaccination done

2 years
2 Years Old Baby
Typhoid (Mandatory) Typhoid which is a fever caused by Typhoid bacillus The two types of Typhoid vaccines are Inactivated Vaccine and Weakened Vaccine
Hepatitis A (Optional) Liver infection caused by Hepatitis A Virus As the Hepatitis A is generally found in young Indian children, it is advisable to get the vaccination done

4 years
4 Years Old Boy
MMR (Mandatory) Measles, Mumps and Rubella The child may experience slight fever, joint pain or stiffness after vaccination
5 years5 Years Old Baby
DPT Booster (Mandatory) Diphtheria, Pertussis and Tetanus The injected area may swell as well as pain and there may be mild fever
OPV Booster (Oral Polio Vaccine) (Mandatory) Poliomyelitis (Polio) that damages nervous system, weakens muscles or causes paralysis Given for freein government hospitals on Pulse Immunization Day up to the age of 5 years

One Response to Vaccination Schedule

  1. asha says:

    i like ur chart plz tell me the best vaccecine for my daughter for her growth she is very small in height between her age children

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