Baby Vaccination General Schedule

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Baby Vaccination, In other words, vaccines are life-saving. Getting vaccinated is like buying insurance. Guaranteed immunity from potentially fatal illnesses for youngsters. And if you’ve been vaccinated yourself or made sure your kids are, you’re helping to keep the rest of us safe. Is there a certain list of immunizations that should be administered to a kid before he or she turns 16? When should kids get these shots, and what illnesses are they preventing?

Protect the schedule and protect kids against anything that can be prevented with vaccines. Finally, remind your parents and other caretakers to have their kids vaccinated. With the help of Baby Vaccination and a lot of hard work, love, and care, we can guarantee a long and healthy life for every kid.

Vaccine against Bacille Calmette-Guérin (BCG)

In low-income regions of the world, tuberculosis (TB) is a major health problem. Bacille Calmette-Guérin (BCG) vaccine has been around for 80 years, making it one of the oldest and most extensively used vaccinations around.

It is even included in the Universal Immunization Program in certain countries, such as India. There is evidence that BCG immunization protects children against meningitis and disseminated tuberculosis.

Vaccine Against Hepatitis B

The hepatitis B virus causes a liver illness that may be fatal if left untreated (HBV). It raises the chance of dying from cirrhosis and liver cancer and may lead to a persistent infection.

The World Health Organization (WHO) advises that all newborns get the Hepatitis B vaccine as soon as possible after delivery, ideally within 24 hours, and then a second and third dose of the vaccine at least 4 weeks apart. The duration of protection is at least twenty years and is likely to be permanent.

Polio Vaccine Administered Orally

Infection with any of three closely related poliovirus types (called types P1, P2, and P3) causes poliomyelitis, a paralyzing illness. These polioviruses are all members of the enterovirus (picornavirus) family. Polio may be avoided with the use of the oral polio vaccination (OPV).

Pentavalent Vaccine

Diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, hepatitis B, and hib are the five potentially fatal illnesses that the pentavalent vaccination protects against. The pentavalent vaccination protects against five different illnesses with only one injection, sparing children unnecessary pain.


There are some conditions in which a particular vaccine is advised, such as when a kid is at a higher risk of contracting the illness it protects against. If you want to have more clarity regarding the vaccination schedule, get in touch with Dr. Vikas Patil in Pune.