What is the difference between fully immunised and completely immunised children???


I think full vaccination is BCG, 3 doses of DTP , and 3 doses of oral polio , and one dose of measles vaccine , before the 1st birthday. Complete vaccine consists of BCG, pentavalent vaccine ( containing Hepatis B, Hemophilus Inflenzae type B , DTP ) , 3 doses of OP, one dose Measles vaccine, conjugate pneumococcal vaccine and 2 doses of rotavirus vaccine

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Children are considered fully immunized if they receive one dose of BCG, three doses of DPT and polio vaccine each, and one measles vaccine.

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According Indian pediatric council vacation shudule goerment of India

Lots of vacctions are these

Privet practiseners will give

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