Posts Tagged ‘Vaccination’
The immunization schedule can vary from country to country but broadly applied vaccines are the same and the same age. The data below refer to the Calendar Argentine Argentina Vaccines and Pediatrics Society.
• BCG (Tuberculosis)
Apply the first dose during the 1st. month of life, a brace folding after 6 years and a second brace folding at 16. Protects against tuberculosis.
• Anti hepatitis B
Apply the first dose during the 1st. month of life, the second dose to the 2nd. month, the third dose in the 6th. months. Protects against hepatitis B.
• oral Sabin (Polio)
The first dose is applied to the 2nd. month, the second dose to the 4th. month and the third dose to the 6th. months. Then apply a first booster at 18 months and a second booster at 6 years. Protects against polio. Read the rest of this entry »
What are vaccines?
Immunizations protect your baby from getting diseases that can be very harmful and sometimes fatal. Knowing the list of vaccines as remembering the time to apply is very important and not in vain as you will see every day on the packaging of milk every time you serve a cup.
Vaccines are made ??from attenuated viruses or bacteria or dead or toxoids (toxins secreted by microbes) also attenuated. These substances are manipulated so they are not capable of causing disease, but we do serve in our body and this way our immune system can recognize and neutralize the attack of different infectious agents.
The vaccines may also be made ??on the basis of virus or bacteria “synthetic” artificial microorganisms that perform like biological ones. Read the rest of this entry »
Boys who (also) in boys have increased risk of infection are: GGD start vaccination campaign to protect
In Amsterdam, one in five gay or bi-men chance to walk hepatitis B through sexual contact. Therefore launches the GGD Amsterdam during the week a special nationwide hepatitis vaccination campaign: The Wednesday Night Special. Boys between 16 and 24 years who (also) in boys may attain from January 20 every Wednesday at the GGD find a free vaccination against hepatitis A and B. Read the rest of this entry »