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Childhood Immunisations

8 Weeks

Infanrix Hexa - DTaP/IPV(polio)Hib/HepB (Diptheria, tetanus, pertussis, Whooping cough), polio and Haemophilus influenza type b – all in one injection: Thigh injection

Rotarix (rotavirus gastroenteritis) – oral route (drops)

Bexsero (meningitis B) - left Thigh injection

12 weeks

Infanrix hexa - DTaP/IPV(polio)Hib/HepB (2nd dose) Thigh injection

Prevenar 13 - Pneumococcal conjugnate vaccine PVC (Pneumococcal 13 serotypes) Thigh injection

Rotarix (rotavirus gastroenteritis) – oral route (drops)

16 weeks

Infanrix hexa - DTaP/IPV(polio)Hib/HepB (3rd dose: Pediacel) Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, Hib and hepatitis B

Bexsero (2nd dose: Meningitis B)

Between 12 and 13 months

Hib/MenC (combined as one injections) – 4th dose of Hib and 2nd dose of MenC: Menitorix

MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) – combined as one Injection: Priorix or MMR ll

PCV (3rd dose: Prevenar 13) – in a separate injection

Bexsero (3rd dose: Meningitis B)

2, 3 and 4 years Nasal flu spray - Fluenz
3 years and 4 months to 5 years

Pre-school booster of DTaP/IPV(polio)

MMR (second dose) in a separate injection

Around 11-13 years (girls)

HPV (human papillomavirus types 16 and 18)

Two injections:  Gardasil.  The second injection is given 6-24 months after the first one.

Around 13-18 years

Td/IPV(polio) booster - Revaxis

Men ACWY – given to 17-18 years old and first time Students up to 25 years.


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