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1

What vaccines are given at 8 weeks?

1). Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, Hib, Hepatitis B
1). Pneumococcal infection
1). Rotavirus
1). Men B

2

What vaccines are given at 12 weeks?

2). Diptheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, Hib, Hep B
2). Rotavirus

3

What vaccines are given at 16 weeks?

3). Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, Hib, Hep B
2). Pneumococcal infection
2). Men B

4

What vaccines are given at 12-13 months?

1). Hib, Meningitis C
1). MMR
Booster: pneumococcal infection
Booster: Men B

5

What vaccine is given for 2-3yr olds?

Children's Flu vaccine

6

What vaccines are given at 3yrs 4 months?

Booster: diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio
2). MMR

7

what vaccine is given for 4-9yr olds?

Children's flu vaccine

8

What vaccine is given at 12-13 yrs old?

Human papillomavirus (HPV)

9

What vaccine is given between the ages of 13 -18 yrs?

Booster: diphtheria, tetanus, polio
Men ACWY

10

How many visits will take place to the GP for vaccines in the first year and the corresponding weeks/months?

4
8w, 12w, 16w, 12m

11

Name the 7 common live attenuated vaccines

BCG
MMR
influenza (intranasal)
Oral rotavirus
Yellow fever
Oral Typhoid

12

Name the 3 common inactivated vaccines

rabies
hep A
Influenza (IM)

13

Name the 3 common toxoids (inactivated toxin) vaccines?

tetanus
diphtheria
pertussis

14

name the 5 subunit vaccines

pneumococcus (conjugate)
Haemophilus (conjugate)
meningococcus (conjugate)
hepatitis B
HPV

15

What are the 5 reasons someone may not receive a vaccine?

- confirmed anaphylactic response to previous dose or component in a vaccine
- Individuals with acquired or primary immunodeficiency
- Infants born to a mother who received immunosuppressive therapy during pregnancy
- Those in contact with an individual with immunodeficiency, current recept immunosuppressive therapy
- Pregnant women

16

Vaccines containing egg

- influenza
- tick-borne encephalitis
- yellow fever
- Hep A

17

Vaccines containing gelatine

- shingles
- varicella
- MMR

18

Vaccines which would affect those Neomycin, streptomycin, polymyxin B allergies

- pertussis
- polio
- tetanus
- shingles
- varicella
- MMR

19

Vaccines with a very small quantity of latex for those with severe allergy

Hep B vaccine - HBVaxPro
Men C - Menjugate
Men B - Bexsero

20

Vaccines you cannot give to immunodeficient individuals

Live vaccines:
- live influenza
- MMR
- Rotavirus
- Shingles
- BCG
- Oral typhoid vaccine
- Varicella vaccine
- Yellow fever vaccine

21

Vaccines to avoid if a family member is immunocompromised

- smallpox
- oral polio

avoidance from school is not necessary

22

Vaccines to avoid if breastfeeding and pregnancy

- Don't give the live vaccines during pregnancy
- No contraindications for breastfeeding