Government Vs Private Vaccination Chart

There is a lot of difference in the vaccination chart of government and private hospitals, there are many such vaccines which are not administered in government hospitals, which are very important for children because the immunity of children is very less according to the elders and the vaccine is one such a way which we can save children from many diseases.

What is the difference between private and government vaccination charts? vaccination in private hospitals

The vaccination schedule that is followed in private hospitals comes under the Indian Academy of Pediatrics.

Indian Academy of Pediatric (private) Vaccination chart

 Age                     Vaccine           Doses
Birth BGG 0.1 ml(0.05 ml)
OPV0 2 Drops
HepB1 0.5 ml
6 Weeks DTWP1/DTap1, Hib1&HepB2+IPV1 0.5 ml
Rotavirus 1 5 Drops
PCV1 0.5 ml
10 Weeks DTWP2/DTap2, Hib2+HepB3+IPV2 0.5 ml
Rotavirus 2 5 Drops
PCV2 0.5 ml
14 Weeks DTWP3/DTap3, Hib3+HepB4+IPV3 0.5 ml
Rotavirus 3 5 Drops
PCV3 0.5 ml
6 Month Typhoid Conjugate(TCV) 0.5 ml
Influenza Vaccine 1 + OPV1 0.5 ml
7 Month Influenza Vaccine 2 0.5 ml
9 Month MMR1 0.5 ml
OPV2 2 Drops
Meningococcal 1 0.5 ml
12 Month  HepatitisA1 0.5 ml
Meningococcal 2 0.5 ml
Japanese Encephalitis 0.5 ml
15 Month MMR2 0.5 ml
Varicella 1 0.5 ml
18 Month DRWP B1/DTapB1 IPVB1 HibB1 0.5 ml
  Hepatitis A2 0.5 ml
2 Years Typhoid Booster 0.5 ml
4-6 Years DTWB2/DTapB2 0.5 ml
Varicella2 0.5 ml
10 Years Tdap/Td 0.5 ml
9-14 Years HPV 1 (Only for Girls) 0.5 ml 
HPV 2 (After 6 Month) 0.5 ml

Vaccination schedule in government hospital 

The vaccination schedule that is followed in government hospitals started vaccination in India from 1978 and in 1985 the name of this campaign was named Universal Immunization Program (UIP), under this, the diseases which can be prevented through vaccines, for those 12 diseases. babies are vaccinated

 Age                     Vaccine           Doses
Birth BGG 0.1 ml(0.05 ml)
OPV0 2 Drops
HepB1 0.5 ml
6 Weeks DTWP1/ Hib1&HepB2 0.5 ml
Rotavirus 1 5 Drops
IPV1 if Available 0.5ml
PCV1 0.5 ml
10 Weeks DTWP2/ Hib2&HepB3 0.5 ml
Rotavirus 2 5 Drops
IPV2 if Available  
PCV2 0.5ml
14 Weeks DTWP3/ Hib3&HepB4 0.5 ml
Rotavirus 3 5 Drops
IPV3 if Available 0.5 ml
6 Month OPV1 2 drops
9 Month MR1  0.5 ml
Vitamin A 1st dose 1ml oral (1lakh IU)
PCV3 (Not given in all Government hospitals) 0.5 ml
12 Month Japanese Encephalitis 0.5 ml
16-24 Month DPT Booster 1st 0.5ml
MR2  0.5mll
OPV2 2 drops
5-6 Year DPT Booster 2nd 0.5ml
10 year TT ( Tetanus Toxoid) 0.5ml

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