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1

Which immunisations should a child have at 2 months?

DTaP - diptheria, tetanus, pertussis
IPV - inactivated polio virus
Hib - haemophilus influenza B
PCV - pneumococcal vaccine
Rotavirus

2

Which immunisations should a child have at 3 months?

DTaP - diptheria, tetanus, pertussis
IPV - inactivated polio virus
Hib - haemophilus influenza B
Rotavirus
Meningitis C

3

Which immunisations should a child have at 4 months?

DTaP - diptheria, tetanus, pertussis
IPV - inactivated polio virus
Hib - haemophilus influenza B
PCV - pneumococcal vaccine

4

Which immunisations should a child have around 12 months?

MMR - measels, mumps, rubella
Hib - haemophilus influenza B
PCV - pneumococcal vaccine
Meningitis C

5

Which immunisations should a child have at 3-5 years?

DTaP - diptheria, tetanus, pertussis
IPV - inactivated polio virus
Hib - haemphilus influenza B
MMR - measels, mumps, rubella

6

What immunisation should a school girl aged 12-13 get?

HPV - human papilloma virus (types 16 and 18)

7

What immunisation should a school child (S3) get?

MenACWY

8

What immunisation should an over 65 year old get?

Flu vaccine

9

What immunisation should an elderly patient get (e.g. above 70)

Zoster

10

At which age is the first MMR due?
And at which age is the booster MMR due?

First: 12 months
Booster: 3-5 years

11

At which ages is the DTaP and IPV due?

2 months
3 months
4 months
3-5 years

12

HPV immunisation - who gets it and when ?

School girls aged 12-13

13

MenACWY - who gets it and when?

School children, S3

14

When is rotavirus immunisation due?

2 months
3 months

15

What are the travel related vaccines?

Yellow fever
Cholera
Rabies
Hepatitis
Typhoid
Malaria

16

In which vaccines is egg used?

Yellow fever
Flu

17

MMR - live attenuated / inactivated vaccine?

Live attenuated

18

Varicella - - live attenuated / inactivated vaccine?

Live attenuated

19

Pertussis - live attenuated / inactivated vaccine?

Inactivated

20

Flu - live attenuated / inactivated vaccine?

Live attenuated

21

Rotavirus - live attenuated / inactivated vaccine?

Live attenuated

22

BCG - live attenuated / inactivated vaccine?

Live attenuated

23

TDaP - live attenuated / inactivated vaccine?

Inactivated

24

How is rotavirus vaccine administered?

Oral application

25

What is the 5 in 1 vaccine

DTaP (3) +
Hib (1) +
IPV (1)

26

Who gets the flu vaccine?

Children aged 2-17 with co-morbidities(nasally for children)
over 65 year olds

27

Which vaccine should uni freshers - up to 25 year olds get?

MenACWY

28

The MMR vaccine contains egg. True or false?

False
- does not contain egg any more
- it can be given safely to patients with egg allergy

29

Premature babies and immunisations

Babies should receive their first immunisations 2 months after birth, no matter how premature they are

30

Baby with minor illness (no fever or systemic upset). Should they get immunisation today or should they wait until feeling well?

Get immunisation today

31

The varicella vaccine is not part of the routine child immunisation programme? True or False

True
- give it to people who are immunocompromised
- give it to women of child bearing age that have not had chicken pox before (if they contract it whilst pregnant it can be detrimental)

32

The BCG vaccine is not part of the routine child immunisation programme? True or False

True
- give it to children who are at risk of contracting TB