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IAP Recommended Vaccine for High Risk Childrens

1. Influenza Vaccine
2. Meningococcal Vaccine
3. JE (Japanese Encephalitis) Vaccine
4. Cholera Vaccine
5. Rabies Vaccine
6. Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine (PPSV 23)

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High Risk Category Children

1. Immunodeficiency Child (Cong or Acquired)
2. Chronic Cardiac, Lung, Liver & Renal diseases
3. Children on Long term Steroids, Salicylates & Radio Theraphy
4. Diabetes Mellitus, CSF Leak, Cochlear Implant & Malignancies
5. During diseases our breaks
6. Laboratory personnel & HCW (Health Care Workers)
7. Travelers

Vaccination Schedule

Important Information:

1. HepB (birth dose) : Administration to all new born before hospital discharge
2. OPV in place of IPV, If PVC is unaffordable / unavailable
3. Addition doses of OPV on all SIA’s
4. Rotavirus : 2 doses of RV-1 (Rotarix) & 3 doses of RV-5 (Rotateq)
5. Typhoid : Re vaccination every 3 years
6. TdaP preferred toTd, followed by repeat every 10 years
7. HPV Vaccine : HPV4 (Gardasil) – 0, 2, 6 Months (or) HPV2 (Cervarix) – 0, 1, 6 Months is recommended in a 3 doses only for females.

Parent Notes:

1. Mother & Father’s Love & Care is most essential for basics.
2. Immunization is recommended to protect your child from certain infections disease
3. Vaccines can be given in the presence of a minor illness
4. Prior to immunization, information your doctor if the child has had any reaction to the last dose.
5. After Immunization, reactions are usually mild & self limiting.
6. Any Local reactions managed by cold cloth at injection site if severe pain & fever (>380c) managed by paracetamol, extra fluids, wears light clothing. Tepid sponging
7. Please consultant your doctor for any severe reactions.

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