Vaccines offered by BabyJabs

Vaccine



BCG (TB)



Chickenpox



DT



dT



DTaP





DtaP-IPV


DTaP-IPV-Hib




dTap

dT-IPV

Hepatitis B



Hib



Hib-Men C



Measles




Measles & Rubella




Meningitis B



Meningitis C



Meningitis ACWY



Pneumococcus




Polio



Rotavirus




Tetanus

Suitable for ages



From birth upwards



From 12 months towards



From 2 months to 8 years



From 5 years upwards, sometimes also
in younger children


From 2 months to 6 years





From 2 months to 6 years


From 2 months to 6 years




From 4 years upwards

From 6 years upwards

From birth to 15 years



From 2 months to 5 years



From 2 months to 2 years



From 12 months upwards




From 12 months upwards




From 2 months upwards



From 2 months upwards



From 2 months upwards



From 2 months to 5 years




From 2 months upwards



From 6 weeks to 24 weeks




From 2 months upwards



Comments



This vaccine is recommended for those at high risk of contracting TB. A Mantoux test may be required before immunisation

This vaccine can be used to prevent chickenpox if given within 5 days of contact with someone with chickenpox

This vaccine can be used for those not wishing to give the pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine

This vaccine can be used as a booster or primary course, usually in older children and also sometimes in children under 5 years

This 3-in-1 vaccine can be used as an alternative to the 6-1 vaccine used on the NHS. It is given as a primary course of three doses followed by a booster 4 years later

This is a 4-in-1 alternative to the 6-in-1 used on the NHS and is given as a course of three shots.

This is a 5-in-1 alternative to the 6-in-1 used on the NHS and is given as a course of three shots.

This vaccine is used as a booster dose

This vaccine is used as a booster dose

This vaccine is given as a course of three doses and is recommended for children at high risk of contracting hepatitis B

This aluminium-free vaccine requires from one to three doses depending on the ages at which it is given

This aluminium-free vaccine can be given as a course of three in the first year of life or used at a booster from 12 months

This live vaccine is given as a single dose. A second dose is necessary if the first dose failed to work; this can be checked with a blood test.

This 2-in-1 live vaccine is given as a single dose. A second dose is necessary if the first dose failed to work; this can be checked with a blood test.

This vaccine is given as a two dose course followed by a booster. No booster is needed if given after 2 years

This vaccine requires from one to three doses depending on the ages at which it is given

This aluminium-free vaccine protects against 4 strains of meningococcal meningitis

The pneumococcal vaccine is given as a course of 2-3 doses during the first 2 years of life or as a single dose after 2 years of age

This aluminium-free vaccine is given as a course of 3 doses followed by booster after 5 and 15 years

This vaccine, which is probably not necessary for most healthy children, is given orally as two doses before 24 weeks of age

This single tetanus vaccine is given as a primary course of three doses and can also be used as a booster
BCG= Bacille Calmette Guérin
D=diphtheria
d=low dose diphtheria
T=tetanus
aP=acellular pertussis (whooping cough)
ap=low dose acellular pertussis (whooping cough)
IPV=inactivated polio vaccine
Hib=Haemophilus influenzae type B
Men ACWY=Meningococcus groups A, C, W-135 & Y
Men B=Meningococcus group B
Men C=Meningococcus group C

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