ONE vaccine to protect against SIX diseases- What a parent must know before 6th week vaccination of your new-born baby
Dec 27, 2022, 4:00 pm - 4:45 pm
In this super interesting workshop on Parentune, new parents all your queries and doubts about
6th week vaccination are going to be resolved.
As a parent I recall and relate that it is an exciting as well as overwhelming phase with many first-time experiences. One such important milestone, in the journey of parenthood, is to provide protection to new born babies through vaccines at the right time.
That’s why when it comes to their first vaccination post-discharge, ensure that you call all the right shots and are armed with your best preparation.
In this Workshop Dr. Prakash Desai will answer all our queries related to newer ONE vaccine to protect against SIX diseases which we perceive as lesser painful vaccines so that we feel fully empowered on protection decision through vaccination
Dr. Prakash is an expert Pediatrician and a leading Neonatologist. He has undergone training for 17 years in the UK at various hospitals in the UK and was also a consultant neonatologist at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, UK. Dr. Prakash has immense experience and special interest in looking after babies born extremely premature, birth asphyxia, neonatal sepsis, babies with congenital heart disease and surgical malformations.
In this live workshop with the expert you will learn about the following things-
1. Should parents choose standalone vaccines or combination vaccines
2. What are combination vaccines such as ONE vaccine to protect against SIX diseases
3. Which all diseases are covered by ONE vaccine to protect against SIX diseases
4. Why is it perceived as less painful as compared to other DTP vaccines which cause more pain
5. Some parents think that if a vaccine does not produce fever and/or any bit of reaction, it may not be responding well
6. Are there any side effects of these lesser painful DTP vaccines
7. Are other countries also using less painful ONE vaccine to protect against SIX diseases
8. Are there other vaccines also given in the same visit? Will it overburden the immune system of my baby?
9. What are the do’s and don’ts post vaccination that parents should be aware of
The information in this workshop is issued in public interest by Sanofi India Ltd with the intention to create general awareness around immunization including combination vaccines for children. This information does not constitute any medical advice, opinion and/or recommendation / or promotion of Sanofi products and should not be used as substitute for professional pediatric advice. Please consult your child’s doctor for details regarding immunization. Opinions expressed herein are independent views of doctor(s).
Dr Prakash Desai, MBBS, MRCPCH (UK), DCH (UK), CCT
Dr. Prakash is an expert Paediatrician and a leading Neonatologist. He has undergone training for 17 years in the UK at various hospitals in the UK and was also a consultant neonatologist at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, UK. Dr. Prakash Desai has completed his MBBS from MS Ramaiah Medical College and has attained DCH and MRCPCH degree in Paediatrics in the UK. He has completed CCT (Certificate of Completion of Training - Consultant equivalent) in Paediatrics after undergoing training in Neonatology and Paediatrics. Dr. Prakash has immense experience and special interest in looking after babies born extremely preterm, birth asphyxia, neonatal sepsis, babies with congenital heart disease and surgical malformations, He also has experience of foetal medicine counselling regarding the prognosis and likely care the baby going to receive if born prematurely or with congenital malformations. Dr Prakash also does outpatient clinics for routine infant follow up, vaccinations, growth concerns, general paediatric illness and neonatal neuro-developmental follow up.
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