Perinatal Vaccination

Newborns will have an immature immune system which is open for high infections and risk factors may reduce the therapeutic activity. Baby birth is a major point of contact for the infections. Child vaccination refers to the vaccination done in prior to pregnancy, during pregnancy, and during the post-partum period (both for the mother and her newborn), in order to provide protection to both the mother and her newborn child.

Some of the diseases treated by this Perinatal Vaccination,


         Hepatitis A

         Hepatitis B

         Influenza (flu)

        Pneumococcal Disease

         Meningococcal Disease

         Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis

         Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR)

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