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HAR EK TEEKA HAI ZAROORI

Being a parent accounts for many decisions about how to take care of the child. From giving a safe environment, good education and a healthy livelihood, you have a 360° view of protecting your little one. However, not all threats to your child’s safety are visible.

Vaccines remain the safest and the most cost-effective protection against various life-threatening diseases. It is vital that the parents are aware of additional immunization against life-threatening diseases that are not currently covered by the government. Apart from the 11 vaccines given by the government, WHO and IAP recommend additional 6 vaccinations to complete the immunization shield around the child.

We have come up with India’s 1st Subsidised EMI-based Vaccination Service for the additional 6 vaccines not covered by the government because “HAR EK TEEKA HAI ZAROORI.” This Subsidised Vaccination Service helps infants and children to complete their timely 11 doses against 6 vaccine-preventable diseases. With the affordable EMI model, the parents can easily avail of the services without having to pay a wholesome amount at a time

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Vaccinate Your Child
  • Life-saving: Vaccines are proven to save lives. Vaccines are recommended in the early years of life as it counts for a stronger immune system and prevents diseases.
  • Prevention Is Better Than Cure: Vaccine-preventable diseases are more serious and their treatment can cost you a fortune. Go the other way, get vaccinated and prevent diseases.
  • Need Of The Time: A timely vaccination is obligatory. Without vaccination, a baby is prone to recurrent infections which may also affect the child’s physical and mental development.
  • Money-saving: With timely vaccination, your child develops a stronger immune system. This helps him to fight diseases and prevent hospitalisation, ultimately huge savings in hospitalisation expenses.
  • Safe To Use: Side effects of vaccination are extremely rare, whereas the chances of protecting the child are extremely high.
  • Children of 0 – 9 years of age.
  • Children who did not complete all the vaccinations recommended by WHO and IAP.
  • Children who missed their age-specific dose but are willing to get the missed jab that is the catch-up dose.

 It is a bacterial infection by Neisseria meningitides. It is an infection of the brain and spinal cord and blood also. The infection can cause death or lifelong disability.

Symptoms:
High-grade fever, headache, neck stiffness, confusion, nausea, sensitivity to light, vomiting

Spread by:
Secretions (saliva or spit) from the nose and throat, close contact, sharing a cigarette, lipstick.

Prevention: By vaccine

Dose: above 2 years -1 dose

Japanese Encephalitis is a mosquito-borne viral infection. It causes inflammation of the brain and is sometimes life-threatening.

Symptoms:    

Fever, sudden onset headache, confusion, vomiting, seizures

Spread by : Bite of infected mosquitoes.

Prevention : By vaccine

Dose: 2 doses

Hepatitis A is a liver disease caused by the Hepatitis A virus.

Symptoms:

Fever, feeling tired, upset stomach, not feeling hungry, dark urination, pain in the abdomen.

Spread by:

Contaminated food or water, contact with someone who is infected.

Prevention: By vaccine

Dose: 2 doses.

It is a highly contagious viral infection caused by Varicella Zoster. It can be serious and can lead to complications

Symptoms:

Blisters like rash, itching, tiredness and fever

Spread by:

Coughing, sneezing, salivation, skin-to-skin contact, mother-to-baby

Prevention: By Vaccine.

Dose: 2 Doses.

Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection caused by Salmonella typhi. Without prompt treatment, it can cause serious complications and can be fatal.

Symptoms:

Fever, headache, weakness sweating, body ache, loss of appetite, stomach pain

Spread by:  Through contaminated food and water.

Prevention: By vaccine

Dose: TCV –single dose.

Influenza is a viral infection that can be deadly, especially at high risk.e.g.children,old age, pregnancy.

Symptoms:

Fever, chills, runny nose, cough, headache, fatigue.

Spread by:

Sneezing, coughing, touching contaminated surfaces.

Dose:

Babies and children ( 6 months to 9 years of age) who have never had a flu shot will need two doses of vaccination 4 weeks apart. After that every year one dose.
A new version of the vaccine is developed twice a year as the influenza virus rapidly changes.

  • We have evolved from experience to deliver the most cost-effective, safe and easily accessible vaccines.
  • We follow WHO standards of cold chain maintenance.
  • Effectively designed packages as per your convenience.
  • Affordable: India’s 1st ever Subsidized Vaccination Service.
  • Near you: Find our Doctor-based vaccination clinic in your neighbourhood.
  • Time, money and life-saving.
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