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Home Vaccination

We, At Vaximum have our team of qualified and well-trained nurses for home vaccination visits. They not only ensure the right administration of a vaccine but also explain you the post-vaccination effects & their management with right edification.

You can now schedule a hassle-free home vaccination at your convenience by booking an appointment on suitable day & time without ditching your work & adhering to your recommended vaccination schedule.

We, at Vaximum have our proprietary VaxishieldTM technology which is IOT enabled temperature & GPS monitoring system that helps us ensuring high quality & potency of vaccine from manufacturer till end user. We deliver international standard vaccination service through our technology & validated protocols.

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less pain experience brings the amalgamation of pressure, vibration & cooling effect before the needle sticks & that could help in significantly reducing the painful sensations for you child.

Community Vaccination

Man is a social animal, who has to live in community for his existence and welfare. Role of leaders in this community such as ones of resident welfare associations & gated communities go a long way in community vaccination. The direct impact of vaccines on children is well described, but the major public health impact of indirect protection provided to the community by vaccines is underappreciated.

Community protection occurs when vaccinated persons block the chain of transmission, protecting under vaccinated or unvaccinated susceptible community members by preventing exposure and limiting the spread of the pathogen through the community.

Substantial declines in disease incidence have occurred shortly after implementing new childhood vaccines, including declines among vaccine-ineligible children, adolescents, and adults. Protection of susceptible community members depends on maintaining high vaccination rates. Improved recognition of community protection will strengthen childhood vaccination strategies that will protect our communities into the future.

Our team of professional comes to your area & attend every individual with utmost care ensuring the safe administration & seamless communication for schedule & post vaccination care.

We help you build the community that’s healthier.

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Corporate Vaccination

Seasonal transmission can have a powerful effect on an organisation and their workers’ health that in turn leads to high rates of absenteeism and lower rates of productivity throughout the business annually. That’s why it is important to start planning early so you can protect your workplace. It not only improves the productivity & outcomes of busines but also you relationship with your employees.

We can create a tailored solution to ensure that your employees are fit and healthy all year round. Implementing a corporate flu vaccination program in an organisation involves our specialist immunisation nurse attending your workplace to provide the influenza vaccine to employees onsite. It only takes a few minutes out of an employees’ work day and in return, the business reaps long term positive effects associated with employee health costs.

Let your team know, you care.

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The immune system is a 24-hour machine equipped to manage attacks from invaders to prevent or inhibit infections. It is made up of organs, tissues, and several types of cells that work together to protect the body. The immune cells must be able to determine which cells or proteins are normally in the body and which ones are foreign.

Bacterial and viral cells have markers called antigens which are these foreign proteins. Each type of bacteria or virus has different antigens. Antigens are capable of inducing an immune response in the body.

So, when these foreign cells or proteins enter in our body, that may cause danger, & special immune soldier cells called lymphocytes, become active. They take steps against the antigen and its owner, either by unleashing or creating antibodies to do this job. Think of it as a lock and key system. Specific antibodies remove specific antigens.

The next time the antigen is identified, the body recognizes them from memory and begins to make antibodies against it. Common symptoms, like a sore throat or fever, may be present until the immune system catches up with this action. You getting a fever is one way to tell that your body is fighting invaders.

That's why vaccines are useful and important. They train your immune system to create antibodies, just as it does when it’s exposed to a disease. However, because vaccines contain only killed or weakened forms of viruses or bacteria, they do not cause the disease or put you at risk of its complications. Vaccines are also called immunizations because they take advantage of our natural immune system’s ability to prevent infectious illness.

When a person gets vaccinated against a disease, their risk of infection is also reduced – so they’re also less likely to transmit the virus or bacteria to others. As more people in the community get vaccinated, fewer people remain vulnerable, and there is less possibility for an infected person to pass the pathogen on to another person.

The most obvious benefit of getting vaccination at home is being able to get the services of doctor or nurse at the comfort of your home, rather than having to travel all the way to the hospital and wait for your turn, getting exposed to hospital acquired infections.

You can schedule a hassle-free home vaccination at your convenience by booking an appointment on suitable day & time without rescheduling your work & adhering to recommended vaccination plan. You also save on travelling time efforts & cost.

For children, getting vaccinated in the familiar environment with family members can be comforting.

Fact: Vaccines have certain components such as aluminium, mercury, or formaldehyde. It is certainly true that at certain levels, these substances are harmful to the human body. However, only trace levels of these substances are used in approved vaccines. Rigorous studies over the years have shown no evidence that any of these chemicals are harmful when present in vaccines.

Fact: No, this myth has been around for some time. Parents are often discouraged from vaccinating their children based on this ‘statement’. However, we should realize that babies are constantly bombarded by innumerable germs on a daily basis. The truth is children’s immune systems are stronger than we can ever imagine.

Fact: This is another myth that has been going around for some time. It is true that in some cases, if a child were to catch a disease and then recover, it would get a stronger immunity than with a vaccination. The point we tend to forget is that by contracting the disease, there is a good chance that the person may die. This is not the case with vaccines. For example, there is a 1 in 500 chance of dying from measles, while there is a one-in-a-million chance of getting a severe allergic reaction from the MMR vaccine.

Fact: It is true that vaccines should not take all the credit for eliminating or reducing dangerous diseases. When a child grows up in an environment of better sanitation, hygiene, and nutrition, it definitely helps. Yet, there are irrefutable facts that with the introduction of vaccines, the rates of many dangerous diseases have dropped precipitously.

The vaccine cold chain is used for storing vaccines in proper condition from the point of manufacture till the point of administration. Vaccines being biological, some may be sensitive to light, some to heat, and others to freezing. The potency of a vaccine, i.e., its ability to protect the vaccinated person, will be reduced when the vaccine is kept at unsuitable temperatures. The loss of potency is irreversible. Therefore, each vaccine needs to be maintained at its recommended temperature range to protect its potency & quality. Some vaccines lose their potency when exposed to sunlight or any strong artificial light. They are usually supplied in dark glass vials. However, it is recommended that they be kept in their secondary packaging as long as possible until usage.

We, at Vaximum with our proprietary Vaxishield TM technology that is IOT enabled temperature & GPS monitoring system helps in ensuring high quality & potency of vaccine from manufacturer till end user. We deliver international standard vaccination service through our technology & validated protocols.

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Our Can-doeTM - less pain experience brings the amalgamation of pressure, vibration & cooling effect before the needle sticks & that help in significantly reducing the painful sensations of your child by closing the 'gate' that sends pain signals to the brain - a gate control mechanism.

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New-born babies are immune to many diseases because they have antibodies they got from their mothers. However, this immunity goes away during the first year of life.

Vaccination help humanity by saving up to 3 million lives each year worldwide from infectious diseases, such as hepatitis, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, measles, polio and many more.

Despite the proven effectiveness of vaccines, India is home to one-third of the world's unimmunized children. Less than 44 percent of India's young children receive the full schedule of immunizations.

We at Vaximum, help you to reduce this vaccination distress, providing a protective shield to you & your family. We offer vaccination at the comfort of your home at your scheduled day & time.

Imagine no tears for your baby’s vaccination!

Our Can-doeTM - less pain experience brings the amalgamation of pressure, vibration & cooling effect before the needle sticks & that could help in significantly reducing the painful sensations for you child by closing the 'gate' that sends pain signals to the brain - a gate control mechanism.

Routine vaccine for children:

  • Chickenpox
  • Diphtheria
  • Hib
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Influenza
  • Measles
  • Mumps
  • Pertussis
  • Polio
  • Pneumococcal
  • Rotavirus
  • Rubella
  • Tetanus
Birth to 15 Months
child vaccine schedule table 1
Vaccine Birth 1 mo 2 mos 4 mos 6 mos 9 mos 12 mos 15 mos
Hepatitis B (HepB) 1st dose ←2nd dose→ ←3rd dose→
Rotavirus
(RV) RV1 (2-dose series); RV5 (3-dose series)
1st dose 2nd dose
Diphtheria, tetanus, & acellular pertussis
(DTaP: <7 yrs
1st dose 2nd dose 3rd dose ←4th dose→
Haemophilus influenzae type b
(Hib)
1st dose 2nd dose ←3rd or 4th dose,
Pneumococcal conjugate
(PCV13)
1st dose 2nd dose 3rd dose ←4th dose→
Inactivated poliovirus
(IPV: <18 yrs)
1st dose 2nd dose ←3rd dose→
Influenza (IIV) Annual vaccination 1 or 2 doses
Influenza (LAIV4)
Measles, mumps, rubella
(MMR)
←1st dose→
Varicella
(VAR)
←1st dose→
Hepatitis A
(HepA)
←2-dose series, →
Tetanus, diphtheria, & acellular pertussis
(Tdap: ≥7 yrs)
Human papillomavirus
(HPV)
Meningococcal
(MenACWY-D ≥9 mos, MenACWY-CRM ≥2 mos, MenACWY-TT ≥2years)
Meningococcal B (MenB)
Pneumococcal polysaccharide
(PPSV23)

18 Months to 18 Years
child vaccine schedule table 2
Vaccines 18 mos 19-23 mos 2-3 yrs 4-6 yrs 7-10 yrs 11-12 yrs 13-15 yrs 16 yrs 17-18 yrs
Hepatitis B
(HepB)
←3rd dose→
Rotavirus
RV) RV1 (2-dose series); RV5 (3-dose series)
Diphtheria, tetanus, & acellular pertussis
(DTaP: <7 yrs)
←4th dose→ 5th dose
Haemophilus influenzae type b
(Hib)
Pneumococcal conjugate
(PCV13)
Inactivated poliovirus
(IPV: <18 yrs)
←3rd dose→ 4th dose
Influenza (IIV) Annual vaccination 1 or 2 doses Annual vaccination 1 dose only

Influenza (LAIV4)

Annual vaccination 1 or 2 doses
Annual vaccination 1 dose only
Measles, mumps, rubella
(MMR)
2nd dose
Varicella
(VAR)
2nd dose
Hepatitis A
(HepA)
← 2-dose series
Tetanus, diphtheria, & acellular pertussis
Tdap
Human papillomavirus
(HPV)
*
Meningococcal
(MenACWY-D ≥9 mos, MenACWY-CRM ≥2 mos, MenACWY-TT ≥2years)
1st dose 2nd dose
Meningococcal B
(MenB)
Pneumococcal polysaccharide
(PPSV23)

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Pregnancy Vaccination includes Tdap Vaccine. Tdap vaccination is used against diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough) It is a non-live vaccine that contains tetanus and diphtheria toxoids, which are modified bacterial toxins that trigger the body to develop immunity. It also contains acellular pertussis, which is just one part of the bacteria that causes pertussis. It is administrated intramuscularly which should be done by nurse or healthcare professional. It should be stored in a refrigerator (2 - 8°C).

The updated Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices of ACOG (American college of obstetrician & gynaecologists) published its recommendation that a dose of tetanus toxoid, reduced diphtheria toxoid, and acellular pertussis (Tdap) should be administered during each pregnancy, irrespective of the prior receiving history of receiving Tdap.

The recommended timing for maternal Tdap vaccination is between 27 weeks and 36 weeks of gestation. To maximize the maternal antibody response and passive antibody transfer and levels in the new-born, vaccination as early as possible in the 27–36-weeks-of-gestation window is recommended which has demonstrated a good safety profile.

There is no evidence of adverse fatal effects from vaccinating pregnant women with an inactivated virus/bacterial vaccine or toxoid, and a growing body of robust data demonstrates safety of such use. Adolescent and adult family members and caregivers who previously have not received the Tdap vaccine and who have or anticipate having close contact with an infant younger than 12 months should receive a single dose of Tdap to protect against pertussis.

Immunizations are not just for children. Protection from some childhood vaccines can wear off over time. You may also be at risk for vaccine-preventable disease due to your age, job, lifestyle, travel, or health conditions. All adults need immunizations to help them prevent getting and spreading serious diseases that could result in poor health, missed work, medical bills, and not being able to care for family.

All adults need a seasonal flu (influenza) vaccine every year before the season starts. Flu vaccine care is especially important for people with chronic health conditions, pregnant women, and older adults. Influenza vaccine/flu shot is an inactivated vaccine that helps protect you from influenza. It is usually given just before the cold season when the flu virus begins to increase. Normally, only one injection is required to protect you for a year.

In addition to the influenza vaccine, seniors should be immunized against pneumococcal disease. The pneumococcal vaccine protects against infections in the brain, bloodstream, lungs and ears. It is safe to get influenza and pneumococcal vaccines at the same time.

Adults are also advised to take Hepatitis A vaccine. It is a live attenuated vaccine that provides protection against Hepatitis A - a serious liver disease caused by hepatitis A virus (HAV). It spreads from person to person via contact with contaminated food or water. It is safe and effective and given as 2 shots, 6 months apart. Both shots are needed for long-term protection.

All the vaccines are intramuscularly administrated which should be done by a nurse or healthcare professional.

It is used to prevent cervical, vulvar and vaginal cancer in women & also helps against anal cancer and genital warts in women. These are Human Papillomavirus Quadrivalent (Types 6, 11, 16, and 18) Recombinant vaccines. It is intramuscularly administrated which should be done by nurse or healthcare professional.

Cervical cancer is ranked as the most frequent cancer in women in India. HPV transmission is influenced by sexual activity and age. HPV vaccination and regular cervical screening are the most effective ways to prevent cervical cancer. The currently available vaccines are safe and efficacious. Two strains – type 16 and type 18 – cause about 70% of all cervical cancers. This makes cervical cancer one of two vaccine-preventable cancers. The Indian Academy of Paediatrics Committee on Immunization (IAPCOI) recommends offering HPV vaccine to all females who can afford the vaccine. Because protection is seen only when the vaccine is given before infection with HPV, the vaccine should be given prior to sexual debut. The primary target group for HPV vaccine is girls aged 9-13 years as per the WHO recommendations. Other target groups are older adolescent females and young women.

All adults need a seasonal flu (influenza) vaccine every year before the season starts. Flu vaccine is especially important for people with chronic health conditions, pregnant women, and older adults. Influenza vaccine/flu shot is an inactivated vaccine that helps protect you from influenza. It is usually given just before the cold season when the flu virus begins to increase. Normally, only one injection is required to protect you for a year.

COVID-19 vaccination will help protect you from getting COVID-19.

COVAXIN is an inactivated vaccine. The Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) isolated SARS-CoV-2 and gave the strain to Bharat Biotech to develop an "inactivated" vaccine.

COVISHIELD is non-replicating viral vector vaccine. The vaccine was developed not from a SARS-CoV-2 strain but using another virus called adenovirus which causes common cold among chimpanzees. The virus was weakened and genetically modified to make it.

Both vaccines are intramuscularly administrated which should be done by nurses or healthcare professionals. They should be stored in a refrigerator (2 - 8°C).

The COVID vaccine was launched on January 16th, 2021. Vaccination for COVID-19 is voluntary. However, it is advisable to receive the complete schedule of COVID-19 vaccine for protecting one-self against this disease and also to limit the spread of this disease to close contacts including family members, friends, relatives and co-workers. The safety and efficacy data from clinical trials of vaccine candidates will be examined by the Drug Regulator of our country before granting the license for the same. Hence, all the COVID-19 vaccines that receive licenses will have comparable safety and efficacy.

The rollout of a COVID-19 vaccine will be one of the largest and most complex mass health interventions in history with several challenges including logistic complications, eligibility requirement to receive vaccine, managing side effects post vaccination in elderly especially with comorbidity & vaccine certification.

We at Vaximum, digitally monitor the cold storage & transportation of vaccines following standardised vaccine protocol & eligibility, capturing real time data at an individual level.

Rabies vaccine is an inactivated virus vaccine that is used for active immunisation against rabies. The pre-exposure prophylaxis vaccine simplifies rabies management by eliminating the need for Rabies Immune Globulin (RIG) and decreasing the number of doses of vaccine needed. Secondly, it offers partial immunity to persons whose post-exposure prophylaxis vaccination is delayed & also when the exposure is unrecognized. Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) consists of a dose of human rabies immune globulin (HRIG) and rabies vaccine. It is intramuscularly administrated.

Rabies are transmitted from animals to humans & invades the nervous system of mammals. The first prodromal phase includes itching or neuropathic pain around the site of exposure, and non-specific symptoms such as fever, malaise, etc. followed by phase neurologic phase which can be seen in encephalitic form (furious form) that includes psychomotor agitation or hydrophobia and aerophobia with seizures or can progress to paralytic form as a coma ceding paralysis.

Pre-exposure prophylaxis immunization should be offered to rabies researchers, certain laboratory workers and other persons in high-risk groups, such as veterinarians and animal handlers. It should also be considered for persons whose activities bring them into frequent contact with rabies virus or potentially rabid bats, raccoons, skunks, cats, dogs, or other species at risk for having rabies. In addition, some international travellers might be candidates for pre-exposure vaccination if they are likely to come in contact with animals. It is also recommended for children living in or visiting countries where exposure to rabid animals is a constant threat.

The essential components of rabies post-exposure prophylaxis are wound treatment and, for previously unvaccinated persons, the administration of both human rabies immune globulin (RIG) and four dosage of vaccines with the exception of persons who have ever previously received complete vaccination regimens. Human rabies immune globulin (HRIG) is the IgG fraction of plasma from human donors who have received multiple doses of rabies vaccine and have high levels of anti-rabies antibody. HRIG is administered once to previously unvaccinated persons exposed to a rabid animal to provide rabies virus neutralizing antibody coverage until the patient responds to vaccination by actively producing virus-neutralizing antibodies.

International travel is on the rise, as millions of people travel for professional, social, recreational and humanitarian purposes each year. All travellers must prepare for the variety of health risks they can be exposed to in unfamiliar environments before, during and after they travel.

Travel vaccines, also called travel immunizations, are shots travellers can get before visiting certain areas of the world that help protect them from serious illnesses. These are safe, effective ways to help protect travelers from bringing home more than they bargained for.

Travel experts always recommend that no matter where you’re travelling, you should make sure you’re up-to-date on routine vaccinations like T-dap annual flu shots and measles/mumps/rubella.

Whether or not you will need particular vaccines, depending on several factors, including:

  • Your risk of exposure to diseases in the visiting countries
  • Your age, health condition, and vaccination history
  • The presence of additional individual risk factors, such as having pre-existing cardiovascular disease, pregnancy or having a condition that might weaken your immune system.
  • Length of travel abroad The World Health Organization and the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that all travellers be up-to-date with the routine schedule of vaccinations and booster shots. These routine vaccines include:
    • Tetanus/ Diphtheria/pertussis (Tdap)
    • Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B
    • Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib)
    • Measles/mumps/rubella (MMR)
    • Rotavirus

Vaccinations are simply recommended while others are required if travelling to specific countries. Very few vaccines are classified as required (mandatory) by International Health Regulations. Yellow fever vaccination is required for travel to countries in sub-Saharan Africa and tropical South America. Meningococcal vaccine is required by Saudi Arabia for pilgrims visiting Mecca and Medina for the annual (Hajj) or at any time (Umrah). Other vaccines, for example, ‘recommended’ vaccinations are given to protect travellers from illnesses that occur routinely in other parts of the world.

Recommended Adult Immunizations for Foreign Travel

  • Hep A – 2 doses
  • Hep B- 3 doses
  • HPV – 3 doses
  • Typhoid Fever – 1 dose; a booster every 2 years
  • Meningococcal – 1 dose
  • MMR- 2 doses
  • Tdap – 2 doses
  • Rabies- 3 doses
  • Yellow fever – 1 dose
  • Chicken pox – 2 doses
  • Influenza- 1 dose

The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccinations for India: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, cholera, yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza.

Vaccine How Disease Spread Details
Hepatitis A Food & Water Recommended for most travellers
Hepatitis B Blood & Body Fluids Accelerated schedule available
Typhoid Food & Water Shot lasts 2 years. Oral vaccine lasts 5 years, must be able to swallow pills. Oral doses must be kept in refrigerator.
Cholera Food & Water A risk for travellers throughout India. Avoid swimming in popular rivers or streams as cholera may be present. Vaccination is recommended for some travellers.
Yellow Fever Mosquito Required if travelling from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.
Japanese Encephalitis Mosquito Recommended for all regions except Dadra, Daman, Diu, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Lakshadweep, Meghalaya, Nagar Haveli, Punjab, Rajasthan, and Sikkim.
Rabies Saliva of Infected Animals High risk country. Vaccine recommended for long-term travellers and those who may come in contact with animals.
Polio Food & Water May be required if arriving from countries with active transmission. Recommended for some travellers to the region. Single adult booster recommended.
About:
It is a used for vaccination against diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough) & called as Tdap vaccine. It is administrated intramuscularly which should be done by nurse or healthcare professional. It is a non-live vaccine that contains tetanus and diphtheria toxoids, which are modified bacterial toxins that trigger the body to develop immunity. It also contains acellular pertussis, which is just one part of the bacteria that causes pertussis. It should be stored in a refrigerator (2 - 8°C).

Disease it prevents:
Tetanus is a life-threatening bacterial disease. It causes tightening of the muscles and painful muscle spasms in the body. Even with good medical care, 10-20% of people with tetanus die from the disease. It often starts with a fever and sore throat. A thin layer (called a membrane) can form over the back of the throat and airways, making it hard to breathe. Diphtheria which is an uncommon serious infection, is caused by strains of bacteria called Corynebacterium diphtheriae that make toxin which can lead to difficulty breathing, heart failure, paralysis, and even death. Whereas, Pertussis (also called whooping cough) is a bacterial illness that usually begins with symptoms like those of the common cold. Severe coughing can develop over several weeks. Fast, heavy coughing can cause a high-pitched whooping sound when breathing in. Tetanus and diphtheria infections can be deadly to a pregnant woman and can cause the loss of the baby. Birth before 39 weeks of pregnancy (premature birth) is also a concern. Tetanus can happen in infants whose mothers did not have enough tetanus protection to pass on to the new-born baby. The updated Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices of ACOG (American college of obstetrician & gynaecologists) published its recommendation that a dose of tetanus toxoid, reduced diphtheria toxoid, and acellular pertussis (Tdap) should be administered during each pregnancy, irrespective of the prior history of receiving Tdap. The recommended timing for maternal Tdap vaccination is between 27 weeks and 36 weeks of gestation. To maximize the maternal antibody response and passive antibody transfer and levels in the new-born, vaccination as early as possible in the 27–36-weeks-of-gestation window is recommended which has demonstrated a good safety profile.
About:
Influenza vaccine/flu shot is an inactivated vaccine that helps protect you from influenza. It is usually given just before the cold season when the flu virus begins to increase. Normally, only one injection is required to protect you for a year. It is administrated intramuscularly which should be done by nurse or healthcare professional.

Disease it prevents:
Influenza (flu) is a viral infection that attacks your respiratory system (nose, throat, and lungs). For most people, it gets better on its own. However, for people who are at a higher risk of becoming seriously ill such as elderly, young children, pregnant women, people with chronic long-term conditions (such as asthma, heart disease, and diabetes), people with weakened immune systems and residents of a nursing home should have the influenza vaccine to provide protection.
Because the flu virus changes quickly and new strains appear regularly, a new vaccination is needed every year (even though you may have antibodies to a previous version). It is never 100% effective and some strains will be immune, but it is still your best defence against influenza and will reduce the seriousness of the illness if you get it.
About:
It is used for prevention of Pneumococcal infections (pneumonia, meningitis, blood and ear infections). It is to protect against disease caused by the thirteen strains of Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteria included in the vaccine. It is administrated intramuscularly which should be done by nurse or healthcare professional. These are inactivated vaccines & should be stored in a refrigerator (2 - 8°C).

Disease it prevents:
Pneumococci are a type of streptococcus bacteria. The bacteria spread through contact with people who are ill or by healthy people who carry the bacteria in the back of their nose. Pneumococcal infections can be mild or severe. The most common types of infections are:
  • Ear infections
  • Sinus infections
  • Pneumonia
  • Sepsis
  • Meningitis
Pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPSV23), which protects against serious pneumococcal disease, including meningitis and bloodstream infections is recommended for all adults 65 years or older, and for adults younger than 65 years who have certain health conditions that weakens the immune system.
About:
It is live attenuated vaccine that provides protection against Hepatitis A - a serious liver disease caused by hepatitis A virus (HAV). It spreads from person to person via contact with contaminated food or water. And it is safe and effective and given as 2 shots, 6 months apart. Both shots are needed for long-term protection. It is administrated intramuscularly which should be done by nurse or healthcare professional. It should be stored in a refrigerator (2 - 8°C).

Disease it prevents:
Hepatitis A is a liver disease caused by the hepatitis A virus (HAV). The virus is primarily spread when an uninfected (and unvaccinated) person ingests food or water that is contaminated with the faeces of an infected person. The disease is closely associated with unsafe water or food, inadequate sanitation, poor personal hygiene and oral-anal sex. Unlike hepatitis B and C, hepatitis A does not cause chronic liver disease and is rarely fatal, but it can cause debilitating symptoms and fulminant hepatitis (acute liver failure), which is often fatal. Hepatitis A occurs sporadically and in epidemics worldwide, with a tendency for cyclic recurrences.
About:
It is used to prevent cervical, vulvar and vaginal cancer in women & also helps against anal cancer and genital warts in women. These are Human Papillomavirus Quadrivalent (Types 6, 11, 16, and 18) Recombinant vaccines. It is administrated intramuscularly which should be done by nurse or healthcare professional. These recombinant vaccines & should be stored in a refrigerator (2 - 8°C).

Disease it prevents:
Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that occurs in the cells of the cervix — the lower part of the uterus that connects to the vagina. Various strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted infection, play a role in causing most cervical cancer. When exposed to HPV, the body's immune system typically prevents the virus from doing harm. In a small percentage of people, however, the virus survives for years, contributing to the process that causes some cervical cells to become cancer cells. You can reduce your risk of developing cervical cancer by having screening tests and receiving a vaccine that protects against HPV infection.
About Vaccine:
COVID-19 vaccination will help protect you from getting COVID-19.

COVAXIN is an inactivated vaccine. The Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) isolated SARS-CoV-2 and gave the strain to the Bharat Biotech for developing an "inactivated" vaccine.

COVISHIELD is non-replicating viral vector vaccine. The vaccine was developed not from a SARS-CoV-2 strain but using another virus called adenovirus which causes common cold among chimpanzees. The virus was weakened and genetically modified to make it.
Both vaccines are administrated intramuscularly which should be done by nurse or healthcare professional. They should be stored in a refrigerator (2 - 8°C).

Disease it prevents:
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Most people infected with the COVID-19 virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment. Older people, and those with underlying medical problems like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer are more likely to develop serious illness. The COVID-19 virus spreads primarily through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes, so it’s important that you also practice respiratory etiquette (for example, by coughing into a flexed elbow).
The rollout of a COVID-19 vaccine will be one of the largest and most complex mass health interventions in history with several challenges including logistic complications, eligibility requirement to receive vaccine, managing side effect post vaccination in elderly especially with comorbidity & vaccine certification. We at Vaximum, digitally monitor the cold storage & transportation of vaccine following standardised vaccine protocol & eligibility, capturing real time data at an individual level.
About Vaccine:
Rabies vaccine is an inactivated virus vaccine that is used for active immunisation against rabies. Pre-exposure vaccine simplifies rabies management by eliminating the need for Rabies Immune Globulin (RIG) and decreases the number of doses of vaccine needed. Secondly, it offers partial immunity to persons whose post-exposure vaccination is delayed & also when the exposure is unrecognized. It is administrated intramuscularly which should be done by nurse or healthcare professional. These recombinant vaccines & should be stored in a refrigerator (2 - 8°C).

Dosage as follows Adult:
    Primary-
  • 1 mL intramuscular (IM) (deltoid region) 3times
  • 1 injection on each of days 0, 7, and 21 or 28
  • Booster-
  • 1 mL IM (deltoid region) to maintain a serum titer greater than 1:5 serum dilution by RFFIT
    Test serum for rabies antibodies q6month
  • Paediatric-
  • 1 mL IM (deltoid region, in small children and infants anterolateral region of thigh) 3 times, one injection on each of days 0, 7, and 21 or 28

Disease it prevents:
Rabies is a disease transmitted from animals to humans, which is caused by a virus. The rabies virus invades the nervous system of mammals. It is primarily transmitted from the rabid animal’s saliva when it bites or scratches someone. Licks to wounds or grazed and broken skin, or to the lining of the mouth and nose, can also transmit the disease. Dogs are responsible for 96% of human rabies cases in India.
The incubation period averages 20 to 90 days from exposure. The first prodromal phase includes itching or neuropathic pain around the site of exposure, and non-specific symptoms such as fever, malaise, etc. followed by phase neurologic phase which can been seen in encephalitic form (furious form) that includes psychomotor agitation or hydrophobia and aerophobia with seizures or can progress to paralytic form that is ascending paralysis evolving into coma.
Pre-exposure immunization should be offered to rabies researchers, certain laboratory workers and other persons in high-risk groups, such as veterinarians and animal handlers. It also should be considered for persons whose activities bring them into frequent contact with rabies virus or potentially rabid bats, raccoons, skunks, cats, dogs, or other species at risk for having rabies. In addition, some international travellers might be candidates for pre-exposure vaccination if they are likely to come in contact with animals. It is also recommended for children living in or visiting countries where exposure to rabid animals is a constant threat.
Although pre-exposure vaccination does not eliminate the need for additional medical evaluation after a rabies exposure, it simplifies management by eliminating the need for Rabies Immune Globulin (RIG) and decreases the number of doses of vaccine needed. Secondly, it might offer partial immunity to persons whose post-exposure vaccination is delayed & also when the exposure is unrecognized.
About Vaccine:
Rabies vaccine is an inactivated virus vaccine that is used for active immunisation against rabies. Postexposure prophylaxis (PEP) consists of a dose of human rabies immune globulin (HRIG) and rabies vaccine. It is administrated intramuscularly which should be done by nurse or healthcare professional. These recombinant vaccines & should be stored in a refrigerator (2 - 8°C).

Dosage as follows:
    Adult-
  • CDC recommendations: 1 mL intramuscular (IM) (in deltoid region) 4 times One injection each on days 0, 3, 7, and 14 in conjunction with administration of human rabies immune globulin (HRIG) on day 0
  • HRIG: 20 IU/kg; if anatomically feasible, the full dose should be infiltrated around and into the wound(s), and any remaining volume should be administered intramuscularly (IM) at an anatomical site distant from vaccine administration
  • Immunosuppressed patients: Administer 1 mL IM x5 doses on days 0, 3, 7, 14, and 28 with HRIG
  • Paediatric-
  • CDC recommendations: 1 mL intramuscularly (IM) (in deltoid or gluteal muscle, in small children and infant’s anterolateral region of thigh) on days 0, 3, 7, and 14 postexposure with human rabies immune globulin (HRIG) on day 0
  • HRIG: 20 IU/kg; if anatomically feasible, the full dose should be infiltrated around and into the wound(s), and any remaining volume should be administered IM at an anatomical site distant from vaccine administration
  • Immunosuppressed patients: Administer 1 mL IM x5 doses on days 0, 3, 7, 14, and 28 with HRIG
    Postexposure (Previously Immunized) Adults-
  • 1 mL intramuscular (IM) (deltoid region) 2 times One injection each on days 0 and 3
  • Postexposure (Previously Immunized) Paediatric-
  • If previously immunized, give 2 doses (1 mL each) on days 0 and 3 postexposure without HRIG

Disease it prevents:
Rabies is a disease transmitted from animals to humans, which is caused by a virus. The rabies virus invades the nervous system of mammals. It is primarily transmitted from the rabid animal’s saliva when it bites or scratches someone. Licks to wounds or grazed and broken skin, or to the lining of the mouth and nose, can also transmit the disease. Dogs are responsible for 96% of human rabies cases in India.
The incubation period averages 20 to 90 days from exposure. The first prodromal phase includes itching or neuropathic pain around the site of exposure, and non-specific symptoms such as fever, malaise, etc. followed by phase neurologic phase which can been seen in encephalitic form (furious form) that includes psychomotor agitation or hydrophobia and aerophobia with seizures or can progress to paralytic form that is ascending paralysis evolving into coma.
The essential components of rabies post-exposure prophylaxis are wound treatment and, for previously unvaccinated persons, the administration of both human rabies immune globulin (RIG) and four dosage of vaccines with the exception of persons who have ever previously received complete vaccination regimens. Human rabies immune globulin (HRIG) is the IgG fraction of plasma from human donors who have received multiple doses of rabies vaccine and have high levels of anti-rabies antibody. HRIG is administered once to previously unvaccinated persons exposed to a rabid animal to provide rabies virus neutralizing antibody coverage until the patient responds to vaccination by actively producing virus-neutralizing antibodies.