Immunization, national immunization schedule,immunization schedule chart for babies,pregnant,infants

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Immunization

What is immunization / definition/define?

 

Immunization; very well known word to all parents , generally immunization is known as the process under which a person¬† is made immune or resistant to an infectious diseases , typically by the administration of a vaccine , vaccines are generally used to stimulate the body’s own immune system to protect the person against subsequent infection or disease

immunization

The prooven method for controlling and eliminating completely the life threatening various infectious diseases is known as immunization and this is estimated to avert between 2-3 million deaths in each year , generally immunization known as one of the most cost-effective health investment , these are all with proven strategies that make this process for accessible to even most hard to reach and vulnerable populations,generally this process has clearly defined target groups.  it can be delivered effectively through outreach.

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activities and vaccination doesn’t require any major lifestyle changes , this is all about immunization in details to help you known what is immunization and how is it defined in a health system.

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NATIONAL IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE

 VACCINE
(Infants)
DOSEROUTESITE
At birth1.BCG

2.OPV-O
3.HEPATITIS-B-O
<1 month=0.05ml
>1month=0.1ml
2 drops
0.5ml
Intradermal
Oral
Intramuscular
Left upper arm
Oral
Antero-lateral side of mid-thigh-LEFT
6 WEEKS1.OPV-1
2.PENTA-1
3.ROTA-1
4.IPV-1
2 drops
0.5ml
5 drops
0.1ml
Oral
Intramuscular (DEEP)
ORAL
Intradermal
Oral
Antero-lateral side of mid-thigh-LEFT
ORAL
Right upper arm
10 WEEKS1.OPV-2
2.PENTA-2
3.ROTA-2
2 drops
0.5ml
5 drops
Oral
Intramuscular (IM)
Oral
Oral
Antero-lateral side of mid-thigh-LEFT
ORAL
14 WEEKS1.OPV-3
2.PENTA-3
3.ROTA-3
4.IPV-2
2 drops
0.5ml
5 drops
0.1ml
Oral
Intramuscular (DEEP)
Oral
Intradermal
Oral
Antero-lateral side of mid-thigh-LEFT
Oral
Right upper arm
9 months 1.MR-1
2.IE-1
3.VIT-A-1
0.5ml
0.5ml
1 lakh IU(1ML)
Subcutaneous
Subcutaneous/intramuscular
Oral
Right upper arm
Left upper arm/antero-lateral side of mid-thigh-LEFT
Oral
ForChildren
16-24 months1.DPT-BOOSTER-1
2.OPV-BOOSTER
3.MR-2
4.IE-2
5.VIT-A-2
(AT 6 MONTHS THEN, 1DOSE EVERY 6 MONTHS)
0.5ml
2 drops
0.5ml
0.5ml
2 lakh IV(2ml)
(2nd -- 9th dose)
Intramuscular
Oral
Subcutaneous
Subcutaneous/intramuscular
Oral
Antero-lateral side of mid-thigh-LEFT
Oral
Right upper arm
Left upper arm/antero-lateral side of mid-thigh-LEFT
5 year1.DPT-BOOSTER-20.5mlIntramuscular (DEEP) Upper arm
10 year1.TT-10.5mlIntramuscularUpper arm
16 year1.TT-20.5mlIntramuscularUpper arm
For pregnentWomen
AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE IN PREGNANCYTT-10.5mlIntramuscularUpper arm
4 WEEKS AFTER TT-1TT-20.5mlIntramuscularUpper arm
For Infants, Child, Baby, and Pregnant Women

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