Paediatrics

Varicella Vaccine

Chickenpox vaccine has been carrying the disease and the vaccine is recommended for adults and older children from 12 months of taking no drawbacks. - The effectiveness of the chickenpox vaccine is 97 against the serious and severe varicella infection. - 13 to the age of varicella vaccine is recommended as 2 large doses, with an interval of at least 1 month. - Chickenpox vaccine should be administered subcutaneously. -…

Read more

Measles and Mumps Rubella Vaccine

- Measles, mumps, rubella triple vaccine is recommended at 12 months and can be safely administered in adults. Having had any of these diseases are an obstacle for the implementation of this vaccine. - Measles, mumps vaccine is recommended as two doses in children 12 months to start from. The second dose should be administered in 4-6 years - Single measles vaccine or measles, rubella, mumps vaccine should not be adminis…

Read more

Pertussis Vaccines

Whole Cell Pertussis Vaccines: - Whole cell pertussis vaccines in inactivated Bordetella pertussis bacteria containing all (killed) vaccines. - The effectiveness of all cell pertussis vaccine was found to 70-90 in the studies. - Whole-cell pertussis vaccine due to the injection site redness, swelling and pain, side effects such as fever and restlessness can be seen. Acellular pertussis vaccines: - Acellular pertussis va…

Read more

Hib (meningitis) Vaccine

Hib vaccine efficacy in protection from disease is estimated to be 95-100. - Hib disease for more than two years can be seen in young children and the immune system is not able to watch serious in children who have strengthened, including premature babies, from children 2 months of the implementation of one or two months by 3 doses of Hib vaccine is recommended. Repeat this three-dose primary dose should be done when th…

Read more