Routine Vaccination for Infants

Babies and infants are vulnerable to disease because of their immaturity of resistance (immunity). Routine Vaccination is highly needed to prevent such infectious diseases that the government prescribe that people "must endeavor to undergo a Routine Vaccination" after reaching a certain age. You can receive vaccination free of charge within the specified period. No matter how busy you may be, you must not forget this Routine Vaccination to protect the health of your baby.

For each vaccine, inoculation interval is predetermined. And babies have to receive vaccination more than 10 times before reaching 1 year old. You'd better talk about the vaccination schedule on the occasion of monthly health checkup.

Reception Time

Reception Time

On Saturday afternoon, we accept your appointment up to 5:00.

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Vaccines of Routine Vaccination

Hib (Hemophilus influenza type b) Vaccine

Recommended ages for vaccination 2 months thru 5 years old
Standard ages for vaccination 2 months thru 7 month old
Inoculation method 3 times subcutaneous injections at intervals of 27 days or longer before reaching 12 months old.

Pneumococcus Vaccine

Recommended ages for vaccination 2 months thru 5 years old
Standard ages for vaccination 2 months thru 7 months old
Inoculation method 3 times inoculations at intervals of 27 days or longer.
Additional vaccination between 12 months and 15 months old.

BCG(Bacillus Calmette-Guerin)Vaccine (against tuberculosis)

Recommended ages for vaccination Less than one year old
Standard ages for vaccination Less than 4 months thru 8 months old
Inoculation method One-time vaccination

Hepatitis B Vaccine (HBV)

Recommended ages for vaccination Less than 1 year old
Standard ages for vaccination Less than 1 year old
Inoculation method 3-time inoculations in total: two times at 4 week intervals, another inoculation 20 to 24 weeks after the first one.

Vaccines against Diphtheria/Pertussis/Tetanus/Polio

The first period (DPT-IPV)
First time Recommended ages for vaccination 3 months thru 7 years and 6 months old
Standard ages for vaccination 3 months thru 12 months old
Inoculation method 3 times of inoculation at 3 thru 6 week intervals.
Additional Vaccination Recommended ages for vaccination First Period: After completing the first vaccination (3 inoculations), one more inoculation 1 year thru 1 year and 6 months later.
Standard ages for vaccination
Inoculation method
The second period (Diphtheria-Tetanus Vaccine)
Recommended ages for vaccination 11 years thru 13 years old
Standard ages for vaccination 111 years old
Inoculation method One-time inoculation

Measles and Rubella

The First Period (measles-rubella vaccine)
Recommended ages for vaccination 1 year thru 2 years old
Standard ages for vaccination
Inoculation method One-time inoculation
The Second Period (measles-rubella vaccine)
Recommended ages for vaccination Children who were born on April 2, 2012 thru April 2, 2013
Standard ages for vaccination
Inoculation method One-time inoculation

Japanese Encephalitis

The First Period
First time Recommended ages for vaccination 6 months thru 7 years and 6 months old
Standard ages for vaccination 3 years old
Inoculation method Two times inoculation at 1 thru 4 week intervals. After completing the first vaccination (2 inoculations) in the first period, one more inoculation usually one year later.
Additional Vaccination Recommended ages for vaccination 6 months thru 7 years and 6 months old
Standard ages for vaccination 4 years old
Inoculation method 2 times inoculation at 1 thru 4 week intervals. After completing the first vaccination (2 inoculations), one more inoculation usually one year later.
The Second Period
Recommended ages for vaccination 9 years thru 13 years old.
Standard ages for vaccination 9 years old
Inoculation method One-time inoculation

Chickenpox

Recommended ages for vaccination 1 thru 3 years old
Standard ages for vaccination First vaccination at the age of 1 year thru 1 year and 3 months. One-time inoculation.
Inoculation method
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