vaccine schedule

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vaccine schedule
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2011-12-05 21:56:16
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A set of flashcards for what vaccines American children receive by certain ages, and what ages children should receive their vaccines.
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  1. vaccine recieved at birth
    HepB #1
  2. 1 month
    HepB #2
  3. 2 months
    Hep B #2, Rotavirus #1, DTaP #1, Hib #1, PCV/pneumococcal #1, IPV #1
  4. 4 months
    RV #2, DTaP #2, Hib #2, PCV/pneumococcal #2, IPV #2
  5. 6 months
    Hep B #3, RV #3, DTaP #3, Hib #3, PCV/pneumococcal #3, IPV #3, start influenza
  6. 12 months
    HepB #3, DTaP #4 (IF ≥6 months have passed since #3), Hib #4, PCV/pneumococcal #4, IPV #3, MMR #1, Varicella #1, Hep A (2 doses in 1 year)
  7. 15 months
    HepB #3, DTaP #4, HiB #4, PCV/pneumococcal #4, MMR #1, Varicella #1, Hep A (2 doses in 1 year)
  8. 18 months
    Hep B #3, DTaP #4, IPV #3, Hep A (2 doses in 1 year), MMR #2 (give before 4 years old, at least 4 weeks after #1), Varicella #2 (give before 4 years old, at least 3 months after #1)
  9. 19-23 months
    Hep A (2 doses in 1 year), MMR #2 (give before 4 years old, at least 4 weeks after #1), Varicella #2 (give before 4 years old, at least 3 months after #1)
  10. 2-3 years
    PPSV in high risk groups, HepA in high risk groups, MCV4/meningococcal in high risk groups
  11. 4-6 years
    DTap #5, IPV #4, MMR #2 (anytime between 4 weeks after #1 and 4 years old), varicella #2 (anytime between 3 months after #1 and 4 years old), PPSV in high risk, HepA in high risk, MCV4/meningococcal in high risk
  12. 7-10 years
    start HPV (9 years), pneumococcal for high risk, HepA for high risk. Catch up: HepB series (3 doses), IPV (4 doses), MMR (2 doses), Varicella (2 doses)
  13. 11-12 years
    Tdap, HPV, MCV4/meningococcal, HepA for high risk. Catch up: HepB series (3 doses), IPV (4 doses), MMR (2 doses), Varicella (2 doses)
  14. 13-18 years
    HepA for high risk. Catch up: HepB series (3 doses), IPV (4 doses), MMR (2 doses), Varicella (2 doses), Tdap, HPV, MCV4.
  15. HepB series
    3 doses: birth, 1-2 months, 6-18 months
  16. Rotavirus series
    3 doses: 2 months, 4 months, 6 months
  17. DTaP series
    5 doses: 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 12-18 months (≥6 months from 3rd dose), 4-6 years
  18. Hib series
    4 doses: 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 12-15 months
  19. Pneumococcal series
    • PCV: 4 doses: 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 12-15 months.
    • PPSV: at risk kids over 2
  20. Poliovirus series
    4 doses: 2 months, 4 months, 6-18 months, 4-6 years, catchup anytime thereafter
  21. Influenza
    yearly starting at 6 months. The first year, there should be 2 vaccinations 30 days apart.
  22. MMR series
    2 doses: 12-15 months, 4-6 years (or 4 weeks after 1st dose), catchup anytime thereafter
  23. Varicella series
    2 doses: 12-15 months, 4-6 years (or 3 months after first dose), catchup anytime thereafter
  24. Hep A series
    2 doses at least 6 months apart starting at age 12 months, catchup anytime thereafter
  25. Meningococcal series
    MCV4. 2 doses 8 weeks apart in at-risk patients.
  26. Tdap
    1 dose starting at 11-12 years, followed by a Td booster every 10 years (or less)
  27. HPV series
    3 doses, as early as 9 years old: the 2nd dose 1 to 2 months after the first, and the third between 24 weeks and 6 months after the first.

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