Vaccines administered at 9, 12-15 and 18 months
Keywords: vaccines, 9 months, 2-15 months, 18 months
AbstractAfter the initial series of primary vaccines given in the first four months of life, babies return to the clinic for more vaccines at nine months of age. In this article, we will discuss the vaccines that are given between nine and 18 months of age. However, the emphasis will be on vaccines that protect against measles, mumps, rubella and chickenpox that have not yet been discussed in this series. The hepatitis A vaccination will be covered at a later stage.
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