Vaccination protects children against various diseases by stimulating the defense mechanism of the body [immune system] against microorganisms causing that disease.
A vaccine has the whole or a part of the disease organism, which has been modified in such a way that it loses its capacity to cause disease but can still stimulate immunity in the body.
Protects against severe forms of tuberculosis.
Protects against poliomyelitis. Two types of vaccines are available. These are, Oral Polio vaccine (OPV drops) & inactivated Polio Vaccine (IPV) available as an injection.
Protects against Hepatitis B viral infection. This infection can cause liver disease [Hepatitis B], liver failure, liver cancer and even death.
DPT is a combination vaccine that protects against Diphtheria [Galghottu], Tetanus and Whooping cough [Kali Khansi].
Two types of this vaccine are available.
One is known as whole cell DPT vaccine and is commonly used in India. This vaccine is often associated with fever, pain, irritability and swelling.
Second vaccine is technologically advanced acellular DTaP vaccine (Gentle DPT). It is associated with significantly less side effects.
Protects against meningitis (an infection of brain cover), pneumonia, epiglottitis (a serious throat infection) and other infections caused by bacteria Hemophilus influenza type b. The risk of this disease is maximum for children between 6 months to 2 years of age.
Protects against severe pneumonia and meningitis caused by some strains of bacteria Streptococcus pneumoniae.
Protects against Rota virus, the commonest cause of diarrhea in infants.
Protects against measles [Khasra]
Protects against 3 common viral diseases of children namely Measles, Mumps & Rubella(German Measles.)
Protects against Chicken Pox, a disease caused by Varicella Zoster Virus.
Protects against infection with Hepatitis A virus. In India, hepatitis A is a common cause of liver infection resulting in jaundice. Although it is a milder form of hepatitis, in a few patients, it may progress to liver failure resulting in hospitalization & even death.
Protects against Typhoid fever .
Protects against cervical cancer, the most common cancer amongst Indian women.
Protects against Common cold-a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza [Flu] virus. Flu can also precipitate an attack of asthma.
Vaccination at Bindal Clinic is administered by an experienced child specialist in Gurgaon as per latest international and IAP Protocols.