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Immunisation services

Immunisation services in Hebbal, Bangalore

Manipal hospitals, Hebbal, provide all the needed immunisation services to infants right after birth. Every baby must get the vaccination at the right time to avoid future associated issues.

Importance of Immunisation

Immunity helps the body prevent disease. Your baby's immune system is not fully developed at birth, making them more susceptible to infection. Through their ability to work with the body's natural defences, vaccines protect your child against disease.

Every day, children come into contact with thousands of germs. As a result, the food they eat, the air they breathe, and the things they put in their mouth contribute to this process.

Some severe and even deadly diseases babies cannot fight because of their weak immune systems. Immunisations strengthen their immune systems, which is why they need them.

Vaccines use Antigens to train your child's immune system to recognise and fight serious diseases. The immune system responds to antigens in germs by going to work.

Vaccination for Children: Why it's Important

Immunisation services in Hebbal, Bangalore can prevent Infants, children, and adults from serious diseases thanks to vaccines. Diseases like measles and whooping cough pose a severe risk to your child without vaccines.

  • Preventing a disease is always better than treating it afterwards.

  • Maintaining your family's health is easy, safe, and highly effective with vaccinations.

  • Vaccination depends on how your child's immune system responds to vaccines and their exposure to disease.

  • It is essential to test the safety and effectiveness of vaccines given to children at the appropriate age.

Immunisation Services at Manipal Hospitals, Hebbal

The following list of vaccination services is available at Manipal Hospitals, Hebbal, CoE Neonatology and NICU.

  • BCG (Bacillus Calmette–Guérin) – Birth Vaccine

  • Oral Polio Vaccine

  • Hepatitis B (HB 1 and HB 2)

  • Hepatitis A

  • DTP (Diptheria, Tetanus and Pertussis vaccine)

  • Haemophilus Influenzae Type B (HiB 1)

  • Rotavirus

  • Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV 1)

  • Varicella

  • Human Papilloma Virus

  • MMRV (Measles, Mumps and Rubella Vaccine)

  • Influenza Vaccine

  • Typhoid Vaccine

  • Cholera Vaccine

Once the baby is born, your doctor will provide you with the vaccination chart you need to follow. 

Furthermore, before and while getting the child vaccinated, it is essential to keep the following factors in mind.

  • Follow the vaccination schedule religiously and do not skip any vaccinations, and avoid advance vaccinations.

  • If you are travelling with a child, seek advice before you go

  • If your child is suffering from a severe illness or fever, you should skip the vaccination

  • Don't worry about the long-term effects of painful vaccinations

  • Post-immunization, the child might get a fever

  • Sing, distract or play with your child to provide comfort.

  • Avoid panicking during the vaccination, as it can make the child frightened and hysterical.

  • Before feeding your child before vaccination, consult your doctor

If you miss an immunisation, consult the paediatrician at Manipal Hospitals  to determine the best time to get it done. Vaccinations are easy and very important for good health. Please consult your paediatrician about vaccinations for your child. Please consult your paediatrician about vaccinations for your child.

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