In addition to mandatory vaccinations included in the calendar, there are additional vaccinations that are based on epidemiological indications (in epidemic areas, dangerous infections, seasonal diseases). If necessary, you can be vaccinated against tularemia, plague, brucellosis, anthrax, rabies, leptospirosis, tick-borne encephalitis, yellow fever, typhoid, meningococcal and pneumococcal disease, hepatitis A, influenza, herpes, etc.
Children whose parents are planning to give to a garden, recommend vaccination against hepatitis A and meningitis. Vaccines Hepatitis Aapplied with age
- children, visiting or preparing to attend kindergarten or school — because of the large number of outbreaks of infection in these children ucherzhdeniyah and disrespect of the rules of hygiene;
- regularly traveling to seaside resorts and in endemic countries — the Black Sea, Turkey, Egypt, Spain, India, all the countries of Africa, resorts Central Asia and the Middle East;
- Employee sewer services;
- employees of retail and food
- the military;
- persons with chronic liver disease — hepatitis A because these patients malignant flows at high risk of complications and exacerbation of underlying disease
- persons who are considered surrounded the case of hepatitis A (emergency prevention)
Vaccination against Haemophilus influenzae (Haemophilus influenzae B), for example a vaccine
VaccineFlu before the start of the epidemic is desirable to do everything. Children can be vaccinated from 6 months.
Vaccinationsvaricella in Russia do not do as well in the USA and Japan they are prescribed to children with weakened immune systems.
Vaccinated againstYellow Fever made in areas where the disease occurs: Africa and Latin America. Aboriginal children should be vaccinated starting at 6 months. Children tourists — from 1 year.