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Immunizations

Pediatric Immunizations per Pediatric Nursing Made Incredibly Easy

TermDefinition
Hepatitis B vaccine Given IM route Dose #1-- Birth or before hospital discharge Dose #2-- 1 to 4 months Dose #3--6 to 18 months
Hepatitis B vaccine for older children Given IM route Dose #1--as soon as possible Dose #2--one month after Dose #1 Dose #3--6 months after Dose #1
Hepatitis B vaccine for neonate Check results of mothers Hepatitis B antigen If status is positive or unknown Give Hepatitis B Dose #1 within 12 hours of birth plus Hepatitis Bimmune globulin within 12 hours of birth at two different sites.
DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis) vaccine Dose is 0.5mL IM route Dose #1--2 months Dose #2--4 months Dose #3--6 months Dose #4--15 to 18 months Dose #5--4 to 6 years
Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria toxoids and acellular pertussis) Booster 11 to 12 years
Hepatitis A vaccine for children 1-18 years old Dose is 0.5 mL IM route Dose #1--12 to 15 months Dose #2--6 months after Dose #1
Hepatitis A vaccine 19 years and older Dose is 1 mL IM route Dose is given 6 months apart
Hib vaccine (H. influenzae Type B) Given 0.5 mL IM route in three or four doses
Hib vaccine PedvaxHIB Given 0.5 mL IM route in three doses Dose #1--2 months Dose #2--4 months Dose #3--12 to 15 months
Hib vaccine OmniHIB ActHIB Given 0.5 mL IM route in four doses Dose #1--2 months Dose #2--4 months Dose #3--6 months Dose #4--12 to 15 months
HPV vaccine (Human Papillomavirus Vaccine) Available 9 years of age and older Given 0.5mL IM route in three doses 0 months 2 months 6 months
MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine cannot be given to Pregnant women People on immunosuppressive therapy (i.e.organ transplant) People who suffer immunodeficiency diseases (i.e. HIV, AIDS)
MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine Given 0.5 mL SubQ in two doses Dose #1--12 to 15 months Dose #2--4 to 6 years
Meningococcal vaccine Given IM route Dose #1--11 to 12 years Dose #2--16 years
Meningococal vaccine (alternate schedule) Given IM route Dose #1--13 to 15 years Dose #2--16 to 18 years
IPV (polio) vaccine Given in three doses Dose #1--2 months Dose #2--4 months Dose #3--6 to 18 months
Pneumococcal vaccine 13 Given 0.5 mL IM route four doses Dose #1--2 months Dose #2--4 months Dose #3--6 months Dose #4--12 to 15 months
Varicella (chickenpox) vaccine contains live virus. Do not give to: Pregnant women People on immunosuppressive therapy People who suffer from immunodeficiency diseases
Varicella (chickenpox) vaccine Given 0.5 mL SubQ in two doses Dose #1--12 to 18 months Dose #2--4 to 6 years
Rotavirus vaccine RotaTeq Given in three doses. Dose #1--2 months Dose #2--4 months Dose #3--6 months
Rotavirus vaccine Rotarix Given in two doses. Dose #1--2 months Dose #2--4 months Maximum age for Dose #1 is 14 weeks and 6 days Maximum age for Dose #2 is 8 months.
Birth Hepatitis B Dose #1
1 to 4 months Hepatitis B Dose #2
2 months DTaP Dose #1 Hib Dose #1 IPV Dose #1 PCV Dose #1 Rotavirus Dose #1
4 months DTaP Dose #2 Hib Dose #2 IPV Dose #2 PCV Dose #2 Rotavirus Dose #2
6 months DTaP Dose #3 Hib Dose #3 PCV Dose #3
6 to 18 months Hepatitis B Dose #3 IPV Dose #3
12 to 18 months Varicella Dose #1
15 to 18 months DTaP Dose #4 Hepatitis A Dose #2 (6 months after first dose)
12 to 15 months Hepatitis Dose #1 Hib Dose #4 MMR Dose #1 PCV Dose #4
4 to 6 years DTaP Dose #5 IPV Dose #4 MMR Dose #2 Varicella Dose #2
11 to 12 years HPV Dose #1 MCV Dose #1 Tdap booster HPV Dose #2 to be given 2 months after Dose #1 HPV Dose #3 to be given 6 months after Dose #1 MCV #2 if first dose is between 13 to 15 years of age
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