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Календарь прививок Индии



http://www.medguideindia.com/immunization/national-immun-pro-re.html


Age Vaccine# Route of Administration Dose Disease Protected Against
Birth BCG Intradermal 0.1ml Tuberculosis
OPV (Dose at birth) Oral 2 drops Poliomyelitis
Hepatitis-B I/M 0.5ml Hepatitis-B(Jaundice)
6 weeks DTP (1st Dose) IM 0.5ml Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
OPV (1st dose) Oral 2 drops Poliomyelitis  
BCG (if not given earlier) Intradermal 0.1ml Tuberculosis
Hepatitis-B I/M 0.5ml Hepatitis-B(Jaundice)
10 weeks DTP (2ndDose) IM 0.5ml Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis
OPV (2nd Dose) Oral 2 drops Poliomyelitis
Hepatitis-B I/M 0.5ml Hepatitis-B(Jaundice)
14 weeks DTP (3rdDose) IM 0.5ml Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis
OPV (3rd Dose) Oral 2 drops Poliomyelitis
Hepatitis-B I/M 0.5ml Hepatitis-B(Jaundice)
9 months Measles SC 0.5ml Measles
16-24 months DTP IM 0.5ml Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis
OPV Oral 2 drops Poliomyelitis
5-6 years DT* IM 0.5ml Diphtheria, Tetanus
10 years TT** IM 0.5ml Tetanus
16 years TT IM 0.5ml Tetanus
Pregnancy TT*** IM 0.5ml Tetanus
EACH VACCINATION IS GIVEN AS A SINGLE INJECTION INTO THE MUSCLE OF THE ANTEROLATERAL ASPECT OF THE THIGH OR UPPER ARM. TWO INJECTIONS SHOULD NEVER BE MIXED BUT CAN BE GIVEN AT TWO DIFFERENT SITES AT THE SAME TIME AT A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF ONE INCH.
  • * A second dose of DT vaccine should be given at an interval of one month if there is no clear history or documented evidence of previous immunization with DTP.
  • ** A second dose of TT vaccine should be given at an interval of one month if there is no clear history or documented evidence of previous immunization with DT or TT vaccines.
  • *** Tetanus toxoid is given during pregnancy. If there is no prior history of vaccination, 2 doses are administered, the first in 2nd trimester and the second dose one month later. If there is confirmed documentary evidence of proper and complete immunisation during childhood, then a single booster dose is administered in the 2nd trimester.
  • # For patients with HIV infection, refer to vaccination for HIV infected persons.
http://www.medguideindia.com/immunization/additional-vacc-re-by-gov.html

Age Vaccine# Route of Administration Dose Disease Protected Against
16-18 months Measles or MMR* SC 0.5ml Measles or Measles, Mumps & Rubella
2 years - 1st dose
Repeat every 3 yrs
Typhoid SC 0.5ml Typhoid
6 weeks – 1st dose
10weeks – 2nd dose
14weeks – 3rd dose
16-18 months – Booster
Hib conjugate IM 0.5ml Haemophilus influenzae Type -B
EACH VACCINATION IS GIVEN AS A SINGLE INJECTION INTO THE MUSCLE OF THE ANTEROLATERAL ASPECT OF THE THIGH OR UPPER ARM. TWO INJECTIONS SHOULD NEVER BE MIXED BUT CAN BE GIVEN AT TWO DIFFERENT SITES AT THE SAME TIME AT A MINIMUM DISTANCE OF ONE INCH.
  • * Due to high incidence of measles in our country, a second dose of measles vaccine is advised between 16-18 months. MMR is being used in place of measles vaccine because it provides protection against all of measles, mumps and rubella.
  • # For patients with HIV infection, refer to vaccination for HIV infected persons.
http://www.medguideindia.com/immunization/vaccination-given-p-constent.html

Age Vaccine# Route of Administration Dose Disease Protected Against
1st dose - 14-15 months
2nd dose – 4-5 years
Varicella vaccine SC 0.5ml Chicken Pox
1st dose – 18-24 months
2nd dose – 6-12 months after the 1st dose
(Only two doses are given)
Hepatitis A vaccine IM 0.5ml Hepatitis A Virus Infection (Jaundice)
1st dose – 6 months or later
2nd dose – one month after the 1st dose
Thereafter every year
Influenza vaccine IM 0.25ml (6-35 months)
0.5ml (36 months onwards)
Influenza Virus Infection
1st dose – 6 wks
2nd dose – in 10th week
3rd dose – in 14th week
Booster - 16-18 months
Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine* (PCV-7) IM 0.5ml Sterptococcus Pneumococcal Infection
1st dose – 6 wks
2nd dose – 10 wks
3rd dose – 14 wks
Booster – 16-18 months
IPV** IM 0.5ml Poliomyelitis
1st dose – 6 wks
2nd dose – 4 wks after the 1st dose
ROTA Virus Vaccine Oral 1.0 ml ROTA Virus Infection (for Diarrhoea)
Vaccine is given between the age of 9-45 years.
1st dose – start of vaccination
2nd dose – 8 wks after the 1st dose
3rd dose – 16 wks after the 2nd dose
Human Pappiloma virus vaccine (HPV)
Quadrivalent 6,11,16,18
Or Bivalent 16,18
IM 0.5ml Cervical Cancer
THE ABOVE VACCINES ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE ROUTINE IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMME OF INDIA. THE ABOVE TABLE IS A GUIDELINE TO HELP A PARENT DETERMINE THE USAGE OF THESE VACCINES.
  • * For ONLY high risk group children older than 2 years of age, Pneumoccoal Polysacchride Vaccine (PPV-23) may be given in a 0.5ml dose subcutaneously or intramuscularly for Sterptococcus Pneumococcal Infection.
  • ** Is given along with OPV in India.
  • # For patients with HIV infection, refer to vaccination for HIV infected persons.
http://www.medguideindia.com/immunization/vaccination-scheduled-in-adults.html

Age Group (yrs)

Dose

Route

19-49 yrs

50-64 yrs

>64 yrs

Vaccine#

Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (Td/Tdap)

0.5ml

IM

1 dose Td booster every 10 yrs

Substitute 1 dose of Tdap for Td

Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

0.5ml

IM

3 doses (females)##

 

 

Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)

0.5ml

SC

1 or 2 doses

1 dose

Varicella

0.5ml

SC

2 doses (0 & 4-8 wks)

2 doses (0 & 4-8 wks)

 

Influenza

0.5ml

IM

1 dose annually

1 dose annually

Pneumococcal (polysaccharide)

0.5ml

IM

1-2 doses

1 dose

Hepatitis A

1.0ml

IM

2 doses (0 & 6-12 mos, or 0 & 6-18 mos)

Hepatitis B

1.0ml

IM

3 doses (0, 1-2mos & 4-6 mos)

Typhoid

0.5ml

IM

1 dose every 3 years

 
All persons who meet age requirements and have history of immunization are to be given a booster dose every 10 years. For those with improper immunization or lack of immunization documentation, two initial doses are to be given at interval of a month, followed by the same booster dose schedule of 10 years.
 
For all persons in this category who meet the age requirements and who lack evidence of immunity (e.g., lack of documentation of vaccination or have no evidence of prior infection).
 
Recommended if some other risk factor is present (e.g., on the basis of medical, occupational, lifestyle or other indications).
  • # For patients with HIV infection, refer to vaccination for HIV infected persons.
  • ## In India, vaccination is recommended by the Govt. till age of 45 years, while it is given till age of 49 years in some European countries.

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