Pediatric Center

Zion Women셲 Hospital, Serving with Love

醫낅쪟 0months 1months 2months 4months 6months 12months 15months 18months 24months 36months 4yrs. 6yrs. 11yrs. 12yrs.
BCG 1time
Hepatitis B 1st 2nd 3th
D,P,T 1st 2nd 3th 4th Phase 5th Phase 6th Phase
Inactivated poliomyelitis vaccine 1st 2nd 3th
Rotaviral infection Rotarix 1st 2nd
RotaTeq 1st 2nd 3th
Meningitis 1st 2nd 3th 4th Phase
Pneumococcus 1st 2nd 3th 4th Phase
Chicken Pox 1st
Measles, mumps, rubella 1st 異2李
Japanese encephalitis 1~3th 4th 5th Phase
Hepatitis A 1st 2nd
Influenza Vaccination each year in September or October
Hepatitis B antibody test Test

01. It is recommended that vaccination be received in the morning.
02. Bring the childcare notebook when visiting the pediatrician, measure the temperature beforehand to check if there is a fever and bathe the baby the day before visiting the hospital.
03. Clothe the baby in clean clothes.
04. It is best that the mother takes the baby to the hospital and if someone else is to go, write down the current state of the baby, the type of vaccination, and the phase of the vaccinations.
05. It is not a problem if vaccination is delayed a few days. Postpone if the weather is bad.

01. Avoid bathing on the day of vaccination and take care that the area of vaccination is not squeezed, rubbed or scratched since it may cause infection.
02. Let the vaccination region naturally dry and avoid exposure to direct sunlight and heat.
03. Put on clean underclothing (cotton clothing) and keep the wound clean.
04. Do not squeeze the pus on the wound or apply any ointment or medicine.
05. When a lot of pus comes out, wipe away cleanly and make sure the area is properly dried.
(There is no need to worry since festering of the vaccination area indicates that the vaccination went well and the wound will heal naturally.)

01. The small swelling of the vaccination area will subside after an hour or in 2~3 days.
02. Several needle marks the size of millets will appear red and swollen after 2~4 weeks and the end of the marks may fester into a yellowish hue and burst with pus.
03. A scab will then appear and then fall off to make the area better but the area will be elevated or hollow.
04. Make sure the area is not squeezed, rubbed or scratched and is maintained clean. A secondary infection may leave a scar.
05. The several needle marks will turn white after 3 months of vaccination, indicating that the area has started to recover.
06. The vaccination scar will leave white spots or small bumps or disappear as time progresses. However, scars may remain due to special conditions, such as keloid disorder, secondary infections and personal differences in skin.

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