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1

birth

Hep B

2

2 months

DTaP, RV, IPV, Hib, PCV, and Hep B

3

4 months

DTaP, RV, IPV, Hib, PCV

4

6-18 months

DTaP, RV, IPV, Hiv, PCV, and Hep B

5

6-12 months

seasonal influenza vaccination yearly

6

12-15 months

inactivated poliovirus (3rd dose bw 6-18mo)

Hib, PCV, MMR, varicella

7

12-23 months

Hep A

*given in 2 doses at least 6 months apart

8

15-18 months

diphteria, tetanus, and acellular pertussis

9

12-36 months

yearly seasonal trivalent inactivated influenza vaccine

>2yo= live, attenuated influenza vaccine by nasal spray

10

4-6 years

DTaP, MMR, varicella, and IPC

11

3-6 years

yearly seasonal influenza vaccine;
trivalent inactivated influenza vaccine;
or live, attenuated influenza vaccine by nasal spray

12

children should receive the following vaccines by 6 years of age:

DTaP
IPV
MMR
varicella

13

11-12 years

Tdap
HPV2 or HPV4 in 3 doses for females
HPV4 for males
Meningococal (MCV4)

14

16-18 years

MCV4 is recommended if first dose was received between the ages of 13 and 15 years

a booster dose does not need if the first dose is received at age 16 or older