Schedule Of Immunization In Children?
I have a new child 4 months ago I was injected twice in the same leg with polio .. Said midwife immunization 9 months … 1 year is 2 years … Right? After 2 years there is an injection and add another until the age of the year
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Immunization is an effort to actively increase the body's immunity against certain diseases. Active immunization is given in the form of basic and advanced immunizations to children from newborns to the age of 18 years in accordance with the recommendations of the Indonesian Association of Pediatricians - or on the recommendation of the Indonesian Ministry of Health.
Provision of basic immunization can be done at the nearest community health service center, both at the posyandu, puskesmas, or the nearest government hospital, making it easier to access and facilitate toddler health services to get basic immunization access.
In connection with your question, if your baby is currently 4 months old, and has already received immunizations according to the schedule in the immunization book, then your baby will continue to receive basic and advanced immunization services at the age of 6 months, 9 months, age two school year and age as information below.
1. Basic immunization:
Age of 0 months: 1 dose of hepatitis B
Age 1 month: 1 dose of BCG and polio
Age 2 months: 1 dose of DPT, hepatitis B, HiB, and polio
Age 3 months: 1 dose of DPT, hepatitis B, HiB, and polio
Age 4 months: 1 dose of DPT, hepatitis B, HiB, and polio
Age 9 months: 1 dose of measles / MR
2. Advanced immunization:
Age 18-24 months: 1 dose of DPT, hepatitis B, HiB, and measles / MR
Class 1 SD / equivalent: 1 dose of measles and DT
Grades 2 and 5 SD / equivalent: 1 dose Td
Thus, if your baby gets basic immunization and complete advanced immunization, it is hoped that your baby's immune system is better against diseases that are at high risk to your baby's health and to decide on the distribution of diseases in the future.
Therefore, from the immunization information above, you should be able to discuss with your midwife or doctor at a public health service center to get your child's immunization schedule, so that immunization can be carried out according to the schedule.
Thus the info we can convey.