What is vaccination?

Vaccination or inoculations is one of the most effective methods for immunoprevention which helps to provide the high level of security and adults and children to such heavy infections as hepatitis. Tuberculosis, tetanus, whooping cough, diphtheria, rubella, poliomyelitis, measles, parotitis, meningococcal and hemophilic infections, flu and others. According to the statistics of the World Association of Health care (WHO) more than 4500000 children annually become disabled people because of infections with these diseases.

The essence of vaccination concludes under the authority of a small dose of a strain of an infection, so the organism activates defense reaction therefore the immunity to a certain activator is formed. In time the carried-out inoculations help to avoid some diseases and reduce the level of risks at other diseases, in other words in case of infection of a disease proceeds benign, without doing serious harm to an organism.
Therefore important it is not simple to carry out vaccination in due time, but also schemes of vaccination have to be individual and picked up by the doctor, especially if the child has frequent catarrhal diseases.

Diseases which can be prevented by means of inoculations:

1. chicken pox (chicken pox)
2. rage
3. hepatitis B
4. poliomyelitis
5. meningitis
6. meningococcal and pneumococcal infections
7. cervical cancer
8. bacterial dysentery
9. epidemic parotitis
10. hemophilic infection
11. brucellosis
12. hay fever
13. diphtheria
14. tuberculosis

And also such diseases as rubella, measles, tuberculosis, whooping cough, tetanus, rotavirus infection, tick-borne encephalitis and of course, flu.

List of vaccines:

1. Regevak In, Russia – hepatitis B
2. Inflyuvak, the Netherlands - flu
3. Grippol plus, Russia - flu
4. Ultriks, Russia - flu
5. ADASEL, Canada – diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus
6. Infanriks Geksa, Belgium - diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus
7. Anatoxin diphtheritic and tetanic cleaned adsorbed liquid, Russia
8. Pentaksim, France – diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, poliomyelitis, a hemophilic infection
9. Pneumoshoe-polishes 23, the USA - an infection pneumococcal
10. Prevenar 13, Russia - an infection pneumococcal
11. M-M-Z-II, the USA – measles, parotitis, a rubella