Fayth Diagnostic Centre & Polyclinic



Vaccines are an important aspect of staying healthy and safe and that’s the reason it’s an important part of our family health checkup. We have a variety of vaccinations available in our clinic that can be provided to the members of the family as per age and other applicability. Our range of vaccinations comprise of:

Vaccination 0-6yrs : Vaccines are suggested for children between ages 0 and 6 years to prevent a number of serious or even deadly diseases. These include BCG ( which is given at birth ) and the others from 6 weeks of age DTP, Polio ( oral /injectable ), Hib, Hep B, Pneumococcal vaccines, MMR, Hep A, typhoid , Chickenpox, Influenza, JE, etc.
Vaccination 7-18yrs : The Tdap vaccine protects from 3 serious diseases: diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis. All three diseases have potentially fatal consequences.

Adult Vaccination : Immunizations are an important step in protecting grown-ups against serious, sometimes deadly, infections. Even if you were vaccinated at a younger age, the protection from some vaccines can wear off or the virus or bacteria that the vaccine protects against changes so your resistance is not as strong.Prevent all serious diseases by taking proper vaccination, at an affordable cost. Vaccines for adults consist of seasonal flu (influenza) vaccine, Td or Tdap vaccine (Tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis), HPV vaccine, which protects against the types of human papillomaviruses (HPV), etc.

Senior citizen vaccination : Especially in diabetics and cardiac patients and also those with low immunity . Common vaccines given are Tdap , Pneumococcal vaccine , influenza vaccine, Typhoid and Hep A, etc.
Vaccine Dose/s Schedule
Hepatitis B 3 0-1-6 months
Hepatitis A 2 (killed) 1(live attenuated) 0-6 months
Tdap/Td 1 10-18 years of age followed by booster of Td e 10 years
Varicella (Chickenpox) 2 2 doses at 4-6 weeks interval
HPV (girls) 2 (9-14 years) 3 (>14 years) 2 doses: 0 and 6 months 3 doses: 0, 1 (HPV 2) or 2 (HPV4) and 6 months.
Influenza 1 1 dose every year
Pneumococcal (PPSV) 2 2 dose 5 years apart in high risk patients
PCV 13 1 >50 years 1 single dose
Typhoid 1 (conjugated) Till 18 years age. Repeat 3 yearly if unconjugated vaccine
MMR 2 2 doses at 4-8 weeks interval. If previously immunised, give only 1 dose
Meningococcal (ACWY) 1 or 2 1 dose (non high risk group) 2 doses 4 weeks apart in high risk groups
Japanese Encephalitis 1 Till 18 years of age (in endemic areas)
Rabies 3 or 4 Pre-exposure: 3 doses (0, 7, 28 days)

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