You're never too old to get immunised

“ Immunization is the cheapest, safest and most effective way to prevent deaths to due unwanted complications“

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Vaccines are not just for kids, Adults need them too

You may no longer be protected

Some vaccines are just for adults

You didn’t get fully vaccinated as a child.

You’re sexually active with a number of partners.

Getting vaccines helps protect your kids - especially babies too young for vaccines

Newer vaccines have been developed

You may need them when you travel.

You’re going back to college.

You work in the healthcare - medical profession.

You have asthma, heart, lung disease, diabetes, or other chronic disease


Protect Yourself From These Deadly Diseases

1

HepatitisA

infection can spread from one person to another through exposure to blood, semen or body fluids that contain the virus. It can also spread from a mother to child at the time of birth. Chronic or long-term infection with the hepatitis B virus increases a person’s risk of cirrhosis and other serious diseases

2

Influenza

viral infection of the respiratory tract that usually affects the upper respiratory tract but may sometimes affect the lungs as well. People are particularly susceptible to the flu in the rainy season and when the temperature suddenly drops during winter. The vaccine protects against the A and B influenza virus.

3

Measles

viral infection in which the infected person develops a red, blotchy rash on the face that spreads to the rest of the body

4

Pneuomonia

caused by the Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteria. Aging adults are more vulnerable to pneumococcal lung infections because their immune system is weaker, they have other medical conditions or have recently been hospitalised for some reason

5

Cervical Cancer

viral infection of the respiratory tract that usually affects the upper respiratory tract but may sometimes affect the lungs as well. People are particularly susceptible to the flu in the rainy season and when the temperature suddenly drops during winter. The vaccine protects against the A and B influenza virus.

6

HepatitisB

viral infection in which the infected person develops a red, blotchy rash on the face that spreads to the rest of the body


Vaccinations, like never before!

No more long queues at chambers.

No more exposure to sick kids.

Ultimate homely comfort and hygiene.

Choose the day and time of vaccination as per your schedule not the doctors’.


F.A.Q

Vaccination enables adults to stay healthy and in turn create a healthy environment for those around them. Moreover, the protection from a few childhood vaccines gets weaker with time, which is why some of those vaccines may have to be repeated. Some commonly asked questions.

  • Do I really need vaccines?

    All adults need vaccines. Vaccines help prevent diseases that can make you seriously ill, force you to miss work, result in medical bills and make it difficult for you to care for your loved ones.

    Getting vaccinated reduces your chance of getting sick and spreading a serious disease to others — including people who can’t get certain vaccines and those who are more likely to become seriously ill (infants, older adults, people with chronic health conditions and people with weakened immune systems)

  • How well do adult vaccines work?

    Vaccines work with the body’s immune system to reduce your chances of getting certain diseases. The level of protection varies by vaccine and by other factors, like your age and health. However, immunization is the best defense against many serious diseases.

  • Are adult vaccines safe?

    Vaccines are one of the safest ways to protect your health. Vaccines go through thorough testing before they are used. Vaccines have to be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Once the FDA approves a vaccine, medical and scientific experts make recommendations on who should be vaccinated.

  • Are there any side effects from adult vaccines?

    Yes, side effects are usually minor, such as soreness where you get the shot or a slight fever, but they go away within a few days. Some people may have allergic reactions, but serious or long-term side effects are rare.

  • Are there any priority groups that you believe must definitely get vaccinated

    There are two priority groups who must be vaccinated: those with chronic disease and the elderly. Chronic diseases include diabetes, chronic respiratory disease (such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and interstitial lung diseases), blood disorders, chronic kidney disease and ischemic heart disease. There is some debate about who is ‘elderly’ but many Indian experts have agreed on the age of 50.