|BCG||:||Immediately after birth|
|Polio||:||Either oral or injectable:
• Oral - 5 doses in the first year
• Injectable with DTP
|DPT||:||Available as DwPT or DaPT. DwPT gives rise to fever and is painful whereas DaPT usually is painless and does not give rise to fever – 3 doses given at 6-8 weeks interval|
|Haemophilus Influenzae (HiB)||:||Three doses given as combination with DPT|
|Hepatitis B||:||Three doses along with DPT|
|Rotavirus oral vaccine given along with DPT (optional)|
|Pneumococcal vaccine||:||Three doses given along with DPT (optional)|
|Flu vaccine||:||Two doses at one month apart in the first year and then a booster every year (optional)|
|Measles||:||One dose at 8-1/2 months|
|Hepatitis A||:||Two doses started after 12 months of age and given 6-8 months apart|
|Chickenpox||:||At 13 month age|
|MMR (mumps, measles, rubella)||:||At 15 month age|
|Polio/DPT/HiB booster at 18 month age|
|Typhoid vaccine at 2 year age and a booster every 3 years|
|Polio/DPT booster at 4-1/2 to 5 year age|
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