Prevent the invasion of four infectious diseases that have a high fatality rate or leave sequelae such as paralysis when they develop!
Four kinds of mixture
It causes sore throat, low-grade fever, weakness, difficulty breathing due to swelling of the neck, and can cause paralysis and sudden death.
Tetanus bacteria in the soil enter through small wounds and become infected.
Symptoms begin with difficulty in opening the mouth, followed by stiffness, convulsions, and dyspnea.
30% fatality rate
Cough worsens after mild cold symptoms.
A severe cough that lasts for 2-6 weeks.
It causes dyspnea, pneumonia, convulsions, and encephalitis.
One in 1,000 to 2,000 infected people develops paralysis of the hands and feet, with sequelae.
Prevents diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough and polio.
We can inoculate as routine vaccination from 3 months after birth to 7 years and 6 months.
The fatality rate is high if the infection develops during the baby's life, and it prevents infectious diseases that leave severe aftereffects such as paralysis. It is recommended to complete the last inoculation.
Simultaneous vaccination with rotavirus vaccine, hepatitis B vaccine, Hib vaccine, and pediatric pneumococcal vaccine is recommended.
Since the third vaccination is around 5 months old, many babies are scheduled to be vaccinated at the same time as BCG.