Pediatricians give shorter vaccine against tetanus

The Home Pediatricians Association is asking for a change in the recommended time of vaccination against tetanus from the Chief Medical Officer, who says that vaccination is not available anywhere near the age of one in the world.

According to the majority of pediatricians, vaccination against varicella should not be given at the age of 13 and 16 months, as stated in the National Immunization Program, but at a later age of 15 and 18 months.Pediatricians give shorter vaccine against tetanus According to pediatricians, it is not given anywhere in the world at this age, because over one year of age, the resulting immune response can be weakened by maternally derived antibodies. At 18 months.
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