The Stages Of Immunization In Children?
Immunization aims to prevent related diseases or at least make symptoms much milder when infected. For toddlers, there are mandatory immunizations in Indonesia, namely BCG, hepatitis B, DPT, polio, and measles. All mandatory immunizations take place from 0-9 months, with the schedule below:
0 months: hepatitis B, polio, BCG (can be done 0-2 months 1x)
2 months: DPT / HB / Hib, polio
3 months: DPT / HB / Hib, polio
4 months: DPT / HB / Hib, polio
9 months: measles or MR
Bosster age 18 months: DPT / HB / Hib, MR or MMR
In addition there are also some additional immunizations suggested by the Indonesian Pediatrician Association, namely rotavirus, PCV, influenza, typhoid, hepatitis A, varicella, HPV, JE, and dengue. For full schedule, see the following table
Has your child received mandatory immunization? If you have, for the age of 2 years, can be given additional immunizations such as PCV (if you have never received PCV), influenza, hepatitis A, varicella, and typhoid.
For more details about the recommended immunizations for your child, you can consult directly with your pediatrician. The doctor will ask about your child's previous immunization history as well as your child's medical history and give more detailed directions.
Hope it helps you,