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IMMUNIZATION
SCHEDULE
Submitted to
Dr.Ritu Jindal
Head of Department
Dept. of Pedodontics
National Dental
college
Dera Bassi
Submitted by-
Manpreet kaur
Roll No- 35
BDS final prof
NDC
Birth BCG-Baccilus calmette guerine
OPV-Oral polio vaccine
Hepatitis B vaccine-1 or
Hep A+ Hep B( o,1,6 month)
Immunization Schedule proposed by the Indian Academy of
Paediatrics (2012)
AGE VACCINE
6 weeks OPV-1
DPT-1
Hepatitis B-2
Hib vaccine-1
PCV-1
Rotavirus-1
age vaccine
10 weeks OPV-2
DPT-2
Hib -2
Rotavirus-2
Pcv-2
age vaccine
14 weeks OPV-3
DPT-3
Hepatitis B-3
3
rd
dose can b given
at 6 month of age.
Hib-3
Rotavirus-2
pcv-2

age vaccine notes
9 months Measles vaccine
12 months Hep A-1
15 months MMR-1
VARICELLA
PCV booster
age vaccine
age vaccine
16-18 months DPT B-1
OPV-4
Hib B-1
18 months HEP A-2
2 years Typhoid vaccine

5 years Opv-5
DPT B-2
MMR-2
Typhoid-2
Varicella-2
age vaccine
10 years Tetanus toxoid
HPV
age vaccine
1. The IAP endorses the continued use of whole cell
pertussis vaccine because of its proven efficacy and
safety.

2. If the mother is known to be HBsAg negative, HB
vaccine can be given along with DTP at 6, 10, 14
weeks. If the mother's HBsAg status is not known, it
is advisable to start vaccination soon after birth to
prevent perinatal transmission of the disease. If the
mother is HBsAg positive (and especially HBeAg
positive), the baby should be given Hepatitis B
Immune Globulin (HBIG) within 24 hours of birth,
along with HB vaccine.

4. Combination vaccines can be used to decrease the
number of pricks being given to the baby and to
decrease the number of clinic visits. The
manufacturer's instructions should be followed strictly
whenever "mixing" vaccines in the same syringe prior
to injection.

5. At present, the only typhoid vaccine available in our
country is the Vi-polysaccharide vaccine.
Revaccination may be carried out every 3- 4 years.




3.With the marked decline of paralytic polio cases in
our country, inactivated polio vaccine should replace
oral polio vaccine in a phased manner.
8. We should continue to use OPV till we achieve
polio eradication in India. IPV can be used
additionally for individual protection.

9. OPV must be given to children less than 5
years of age at the time of each supplementary
immunization activity.


7. During pregnancy, the interval between the
two doses of TT should be at least one month.

6. Under special circumstances (e.g. epidemics),
measles vaccine may be given earlier than 9
months followed by MMR at 12-15 months.

Vaccines that can be given after discussion
with parents
More than 6 weeks Pneumococcal conjugate
3 primary doses at 6,
10, and 14 weeks,
followed by a booster
at 15-18 months
More than 6 weeks Rotaviral vaccines
(2/3 doses (depending on
brand) at 4-8 weeks
interval

After 15 months Varicella
Age less than 13 years:
one dose
Age more than 13 years:
2 doses at 4-8 weeks
interval

After 18 months Hepatitis A
2 doses at 6-12 months
interval
Antigen (or
nutritional
supplement)
Description

Schedule

BCG
Bacille Calmette-
Gurin vaccine
birth;
DTwP
Diphtheria and
tetanus toxoid with
whole cell pertussis
vaccine
6, 10, 14 weeks; 16-
24
months; 5
years;
DTwP Hib Hep
Diphtheria and
tetanus toxoid with
whole cell pertussis,
Hib and Hep B
vaccine
6, 10, 14 weeks; Part
of country
WHO recommended immunization schedule (2012)
HepB
Hepatitis B
vaccine

Birth; 6, 10, 14 weeks;


JapEnc
Japanese
encephaliti
s
16-24 months; Part of
country
Measles
Measles
vaccine
9-12, 16-24 months;
Antigen
(nutritional
supplement)

Description


Schedule

TT Tetanus toxoid 10, 16 years;
Vitamin A

Vitamin A
supplementation
9, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42
months
Antigen(OR
nutritional
supplement
Description

Schedule

OPV
Oral polio
vaccine
birth; 6, 10, 14
weeks; 16-24
months;
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