Vaccines

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Vaccines
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  1. Minimum age for Hep B Vaccine
    birth
  2. Minimum age for Rotovirus Vaccine
    6 weeks
  3. Minimum age for Diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and acellular pertussis vaccine
    6 weeks
  4. Minimum age for Haemophilus influenzae type b conjugate
    6 weeks
  5. Minimum age for Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine
    6 weeks
  6. Minimum age for pneumococcal pooysaccharide vaccine PPSV
    2 years
  7. Minimum age for inactivated poliovirus
    6 weeks
  8. Minimum age for influenza vaccine: trivalent inactivated influenza vaccine TIV
    6 months
  9. Minimum age for live, attenuated influenza vaccine LAIV
    2 years
  10. Minimum age for Measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine
    12 months
  11. Minimum age for Varicella vaccine
    12 months
  12. Minimum age for Hepatitis A vaccine
    12 months
  13. Minimum age for meningococcal conjugate vaccine MCV4 and meningococcal polysaccharide vaccine MPSV4
    2 years
  14. # of doses of Hepatitis B Vaccine ages 0-6
    • 3 doses
    • -dose #1 at birth
    • -dose #2 at 1 to 2 mo
    • if 6 weeks or less - monovalent HepB Vaccine
    • older than 6 weeks may receive movalent or combination vaccine
    • -dose #3
    • no earlier then 24 weeks (6 mo)
  15. # of doses of Rotavirus Vaccine ages 0-6
    • 2 or 3 doses (2 mo intervals)
    • - dose #1 at 6 to 14 weeks
    • - if Rotarix is given at 2 and 4 mo, third dose not indicated
  16. The maximum age to give Rotavirus vaccine
    • dose #1 - 14 wks 6 days
    • final dose - 8 mo 0 days
  17. # of doses of Diphtheria, Tetanus, Persussis ages 0-6
    • 5 doses
    • - dose #1 to 3 bimonthly starting at 2 mo
    • - dose #4 may be given as early as 12 mo if 6 mo have passed since
    • - dose #5 is given between age 4 to 6 yrs
  18. # of doses of Haemophilus influenzae type b ages 0-6
    • 2 or 3 doses
    • - dose #1 recommened at 4 mo
    • - dose #2 recommened at 6 mo
    • - dose #3 recommened at 12 to 18mo
    • - if PRP-OMP is given at 2 and 4 mo then on 2 doses needed
  19. Hib vaccine that should not be administered at ages 2, 4, or 6 mo
    • TriHiBit DTap/Hib
    • Hiberix PRP-T
  20. When should TriHiBit (DTap/Hib) or Hiberix (PRP-T) be given
    ONLY as the final dose at 12mo to 4yrs.
  21. # of doses of Pneumococcal ages 0-6
    • 4 doses PCV
    • - does #1 to 3 recommened bimonthly starting at 2 mo
    • - dose #4 recommened at 12 mo
  22. Pneumococcal vaccine is recommended for
    all children < 5yo
  23. If healthy child aged 24mo (2yrs) to 59mo (<5yrs) are not completely vaccinated for Pneumococcal vaccine then
    give 1 dose PCV
  24. pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine or PPSV administeration is recommened for
    2 or more mo after 4th dose of PCV for children with underlying medical conditions including cochlear implant who are 2yrs or older
  25. # of doses of inactivated poliovirus ages 0-6
    • 4 doses IPV
    • - dose #1 recommened at 2mo
    • - dose #2 recommended at 4mo
    • - dose #3 recommended between 6mo and 18mo
  26. # of doses of influenza
    yearly 6 mo to 18 years
  27. LAIV should not be given to children who
    2 to 4 yo with wheezing in past 12mo
  28. for children younger then 9 yo who have never received flu vaccine before give
    2 doses separated by 4wks
  29. Doseing for children receiving TIV
    • 6mo to 35mo - 0.25mL
    • 3yo or older - 0.50mL
  30. # of doses of Measles, Mumps, Rubella ages 0-6
    • 2 doses
    • - dose #1 recommended at 12mo - 15mo
    • - dose #2 recommended at 4yrs to 6yrs
  31. # of doses of Varicella ages 0-6
    • 2 doses
    • - dose #1 recommended at 12mo - 15mo
    • - dose #2 recommended at 4yrs to 6yrs
    • (may be given <4yrs if 3mo has passed since 1st)
  32. # of doses of Hepatitis A ages 0-6
    • 2 doses (6 mo intervals)
    • - dose #1 recommended at 12mo to 24mo
    • - dose #2 recommeneded 6mo post 1st dose
  33. # of doses of Meningococcal ages 0-6
    2 dose
  34. Meningococcal vaccine is given to individuals who are
    • 2 to 10yo with
    • - persistent complement component deficiency
    • - anatomic or functional asplenia
    • - other condictions making pt high risk
  35. At birth children of mothers that are HBsAg positive should receive
    • Within 12 hours of birth
    • -Hepatitis B vaccine
    • -0.5mL of hepatitis B immune
  36. At birth children of mothers that have an unknown HBsAg status
    • Within 12 hours of birth
    • -Hepatitis B vaccine

    • Test mother for HBsAg if positive administer
    • 0.5mL of hepatitis B immune within 1 week of birth
  37. Infants born to HBsAg positve mothers should be
    • tested 1 to 2 mo after 3rd HepB vaccination for
    • - HBsAg +
    • - antibody to HBsAg
  38. Vaccines contraindicated in pregnancy, immunocompromissed conditions, HIV wtih CD4 count <200cells/uL
    • Varicella
    • Zoster
    • Measles, mumps, rubella
  39. Minimum age for Tetanus and diphtheria toxoids and acellular pertussis vaccine Boostrix or Adacel
    • 10yrs Boostrix
    • 11yrs Adacel
  40. Give Tetanus and diphtheria toxoids and acellular pertussis vaccine booster to

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