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Instant Childhood Immunization Schedule (kakak)

Taken from : http://www2a.cdc.gov/nip/kidstuff/newscheduler_le/default.asp
This immunization schedule is recommended for Arrayyan A. Arraf, born on December 7, 2010.
Child's AgeVaccine and DoseProtects AgainstRecommended Vaccination DateDate Received (Record date here)
At BirthHepatitis B
Dose 1 of 3
Hepatitis B virus (chronic inflammation of the liver, life-long complications)Dec 7, 2010 Done 
1 to 2 months
(part of well-baby visit)
Hepatitis B
Dose 2 of 3
Hepatitis B virus (chronic inflammation of the liver, life-long complications)Jan 6, 2011 to Feb 5, 2011 Done
2 months
(part of well-baby visit)
DTaP
Dose 1 of 5
Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough)Feb 5, 2011 Done
Hib
Dose 1 of 4
Infections of the blood, brain, joints, or lungs (pneumonia)Feb 5, 2011 Done
Polio (IPV)
Dose 1 of 4
PolioFeb 5, 2011 Done
Pneumococcal conjugate 
(PCV13)
 §
Dose 1 of 4
Infections of the blood, brain, joints, inner ears, or lungs (pneumonia)Feb 5, 2011-----
Rotavirus **
Dose 1 of 3
Rotavirus diarrhea (and vomiting)Feb 5, 2011-----
4 months
(part of well-baby visit)
DTaP
Dose 2 of 5
Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough)Apr 6, 2011 Done
Hib
Dose 2 of 4
Infections of the blood, brain, joints, or lungs (pneumonia)Apr 6, 2011 Done
Polio (IPV)
Dose 2 of 4
PolioApr 6, 2011 Done
Pneumococcal conjugate 
(PCV13)
 §
Dose 2 of 4
infections of the blood, brain, joints, inner ears, or lungs (pneumonia)Apr 6, 2011-----
Rotavirus **
Dose 2 of 3
Rotavirus diarrhea (and vomiting)Apr 6, 2011-----
6 months
(part of well-baby visit)
DTaP
Dose 3 of 5
Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough)Jun 5, 2011 Done
Hib
Dose 3 of 4
Infections of the blood, brain, joints, or lungs (pneumonia)Jun 5, 2011 Done
Pneumococcal conjugate 
(PCV13)
 §
Dose 3 of 4
Infections of the blood, brain, joints, inner ears, or lungs (pneumonia)Jun 5, 2011-----
Rotavirus **
Dose 3 of 3
Rotavirus diarrhea (and vomiting)Jun 5, 2011-----
6 to 18 monthsHepatitis B
Dose 3 of 3
Hepatitis B (chronic inflammation of the liver, life-long complications)Jun 5, 2011 to Jun 4, 2012 Done
Polio (IPV)
Dose 3 of 4
PolioJun 5, 2011 to Jun 4, 2012 Done
6 months or olderInfluenza
Dose 1 of 2
Flu and complicationsSep 7, 2011 or later----- 
Influenza
Dose 2 of 2
Flu and complicationsOct 5, 2011 or later, and one dose yearly thereafter-----
12 to 15 monthsHib
Dose 4 of 4
Infections of the blood, brain, joints, or lungs (pneumonia)Dec 7, 2011 to Mar 6, 2012 Done
Pneumococcal conjugate 
(PCV13)
 §
Dose 4 of 4
Infections of the blood, brain, joints, inner ears, or lungs (pneumonia)Dec 7, 2011 to Mar 6, 2012-----
MMR
Dose 1 of 2
Measles, mumps, and rubella (German measles)Dec 7, 2011 to Mar 6, 2012Done
Varicella
Dose 1 of 2
ChickenpoxDec 7, 2011 to Mar 6, 2012Skip
12 to 23 months Hepatitis A
Dose 1 of 2
Hepatitis A virus (inflammation of the liver)Dec 7, 2011 to Dec 6, 2012
15 to 18 monthsDTaP
Dose 4 of 5
Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough)Mar 6, 2012 to Jun 4, 2012
18 months or olderHepatitis A
Dose 2 of 2, (follows 6 months after Dose 1)
Hepatitis A virus (inflammation of the liver)Jun 4, 2012 or later
4 to 6 yearsDTaP
Dose 5 of 5
Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough)Dec 6, 2014 to Dec 5, 2016
Polio (IPV)
Dose 4 of 4
PolioDec 6, 2014 to Dec 5, 2016
MMR
Dose 2 of 2
Measles, mumps, and rubella (German measles)Dec 6, 2014 to Dec 5, 2016
Varicella
Dose 2 of 2
ChickenpoxDec 6, 2014 to Dec 5, 2016
11 to 12 yearsTdapDiphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough)Dec 4, 2021 to
Dec 4, 2022
MCV4 *
Dose 1
Meningococcal conjugate vaccineDec 4, 2021 to
Dec 4, 2022
HPV 
Dose 1 of 3
Human PapillomavirusDec 4, 2021 to
Dec 4, 2022
HPV 
Dose 2 of 3
Human PapillomavirusFeb 2, 2022 to
Feb 2, 2023
HPV 
Dose 3 of 3
Human Papillomavirus
Jun 2, 2022 to
Jun 2, 2023
Additional Vaccines* Children who are at prolonged increased risk for meningococcal disease should be revaccinated. See Updated Recommendation for timing of the additional dose. A booster dose is recommended at age 16 years.

** If Rotarix was administered for the first and second doses, a third dose is not required.

§ Children who are at increased risk for pneumococcal disease should be revaccinated. See Updated Recommendation for timing of the additional dose.
NoteConsult your child's physician or healthcare professional about catch-up vaccinations and vaccines for travelers.

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