So what are these 5 common childhood diseases?
It is a viral infection that damages the central nervous system. It can lead to mild or serious paralysis. It is fatal in 5 to 10 percent of the cases.
It is a serious bacterial infection that causes a thick membrane to form in the nose, throat and airway. This can lead to damage in the heart, liver, kidney, and nerve tissue, which may result in paralysis and death.
Also known as whooping cough, this causes severe coughing, often to the point of choking, which can last for months. It can lead to pneumonia, seizures and death.
Also known as lockjaw, this results from a toxin or poison produced by bacteria that enters the body through contaminated wounds. This causes painful contractions of muscles which may be fatal.
H. INFLUENZAE TYPE B
It is a type of bacteria that may cause pneumonia, meningitis, or infection of the blood, joints, bones, throat, and heart coverings.
What’s an easier way to protect your baby against 5 common childhood diseases?
As young as 1.5 to 2 months, your newborn baby will need his first dose of vaccines to protect him from the most dreaded childhood diseases. Make sure you give your baby the best protection with the least amount of stress from injections.
How many shots does it take to protect your baby against 5 common childhood diseases?
Less injections means less pain for baby. Combination vaccines protect your baby from 5 common childhood diseases while reducing the number of injections from 9 to only 3. This saves your baby the pain of undergoing numerous injections.
Easier compliance for parents. It takes only 3 visits to the doctor’s clinic to complete the full course of immunization for mandatory vaccines during the first 6 months of life. Perfect for busy parents!
Covers 5 common childhood diseases. During his first 6 months, your baby needs to be vaccinated against DTP, Polio and Hib. There are combination vaccines that can provide protection against all these dieases.
Less stress for baby and also for you!