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Addresses of the Clinics

13 B, Vasylia Poryka Prospect, Kyiv (On the map )

5 Meitusa Kopozytora Street, Kyiv (opening soon) (On the map)

37 A Haharina Street, Bila Tserkva (On the map)

phone

+38 (044) 364-20-04 +38 (093) 170-16-59

Monday-Sunday 08:30 - 20:00

Vaccines for children

The timely vaccination of children is the only preventive measure for many dangerous diseases. Only vaccination can prevent contamination or significantly reduce pathological manifestations.

Vaccines for Children

Don't trust the school doctor or have doubts about the quality of vaccines in public clinics? Do you want to vaccinate your child as safe as possible and according to European standards? CBS offers vaccination of children in Bila Tserkva with quality preparations after consultation with the paediatrician and confirmation that there are no contraindications.

Immunization of children is the administration of antigenic medicines necessary to inoculate the organism to develop immunity to certain infectious diseases or to several infectious diseases. The timely vaccination of a child is the only right way to prevent many dangerous diseases. Only a vaccine can prevent infections or significantly reduce pathological symptoms.

Routine vaccination can reduce the risk of infection by 90-100 %. Paediatricians use the National Vaccination Calendar approved by the Order of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine to determine when to vaccinate children.

For What the Vaccination is Needed?

After birth, the baby retains passive immunity to certain infections passed on by the mother. However, this immunity gradually fades. Given that the immune system is not yet fully developed in the first few years of life, infectious diseases often occur in this age group. The only way to protect your child or reduce the likelihood of infection is through routine vaccination.

The vaccination schedule for children includes the most dangerous infections with a severe course and risk of serious complications. Tetanus, polio, measles, mumps, rubella and other infections can cause irreversible damage to internal organs (up to and including disability). Timely vaccination can help to reduce these risks.

Types of Vaccines

Children are vaccinated with different types of vaccines:

  • inactivated - "defatted" germs;
  • "live vaccines - weakened but alive viruses or bacteria;
  • sub-unit vaccines - particles of viruses or bacteria;
  • toxoid - weakened toxins produced by pathogens;
  • conjugate - bacterial antigens coated with polysaccharide shells;
  • combination - combines characteristics of different types.

Vaccination of children is carried out with certified preparations that undergo multi-level testing before they enter the pharmaceutical market. The risk of complications does not exceed 1 case per 100,000-1 million.

CBS propose vaccination by all routine vaccinations approved by the Ministry of Health. These are vaccinations against diseases such as:

  • Measles
  • Whooping cough
  • Parotitis
  • Tetanus
  • Tsxuberculosis
  • Hepatitis B
  • Rubella
  • Diphtheria
  • Poliomyelitis
  • Haemophilus influenza infection

Vaccinations against influenza, chickenpox, pneumococcal, rotavirus and meningococcal infections are carried out on medical grounds. CBS uses certified and well-established preparations with minimal risks of adverse reactions and complications. They meet international and national standards and are transported and stored in strict compliance with approved protocols.

Contraindication for Vaccination in Children

The medicines used for the standard vaccination schedule have minimal contraindications. These are identified by the paediatricians during an examination.

Children should not be vaccinated or revaccinated in the following cases:

  • acute illnesses;
  • acute conditions of chronic pathologies;
  • allergic reactions to vaccine components;
  • recent trauma or surgery;
  • immune system disorders (e.g. HIV, recent radiation or chemotherapy).

If relative contraindications are identified, the vaccination date will be postponed.

Preparation

A visit to your paediatrician is compulsory before vaccination. The doctor will explain why vaccination is necessary, how the vaccines work, what rules must be observed before and after vaccination and what possible adverse reactions and symptoms require medical attention.

In order to rule out contraindications and to prepare for the vaccination, a specialist collects the patient's anamnesis, learns about the particularities of birth and development, examines the vaccination records of previous vaccinations, and conducts thermometry, auscultation and examination of mucous membranes and skin. If necessary, laboratory tests are carried out (general blood and urine tests). If the child is registered with a neurologist or other specialist, this doctor will also approve the vaccination.

Once the preparations have been completed, the paediatrician will refer the child to a vaccination clinic. To ensure that the vaccination is successful, experts recommend to:

  • avoid contact with sick people;
  • avoid prolonged exposure to the sun;
  • avoid introducing new foods into your child's diet, especially those to which you have had an allergic reaction in the past; 
  • minimize the amount of time they spend in crowded places;
  • monitor the stool (to avoid constipation and diarrhoea);
  • take a temperature the night before and on the day of the vaccination (if the temperature rises, you should consult your doctor).

On the day of the vaccination, the inoculation room of CBS will have all the necessary preparations prepared by your pediatrician.

Children Vaccination Rules

The rules for vaccinating children are as follows:

  • the procedure is carried out in a specially equipped room;
  • a paediatrician's referral and a national vaccination card must be available;
  • the child must be in good health for 2 weeks before the vaccination;
  • a minimum of one month must elapse between each vaccination;
  • a minimum of 3 days must elapse after the Mantoux test;
  • the vaccination record must be recorded in the vaccination card;
  • after the vaccination, the child must be observed by a doctor for 30 minutes.

After vaccination, you should:

  • ensure a comfortable microclimate in the child's room (temperature ー 18-20°C, humidity ー 50-70%);
  • avoid stress, excessive mental, emotional and physical stress for 3 days;
  • introduce easily digestible food into the diet, do not overfeed the child;
  • avoid bathing if the child has a fever;
  • do not go to the swimming pool, beach, sports facilities, baths or saunas;
  • tell your paediatrician if you notice any side effects or unusual reactions;
  • visit your paediatrician on the day of the vaccination to check your child's condition after the vaccination.

Our Advantages

  1. Individual approach to each child.
  2. A full-service clinic (diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation).
  3. Experienced paediatricians and subspecialised doctors.
  4. Licence for calendar vaccination.
  5. Use of certified and tested vaccines.
  6. Strict adherence to rules of the procedure.
  7. Supervision of the child after vaccination.
  8. Affordable cost of vaccination.

Doctors

Do you want to vaccinate your child in a private clinic? Call registration office of CBS in Bila Tserkva, fill out a pediatrician's appointment form or request a call back. Contact us,  and we guarantee your child is vaccinated according to the rules!

Licenses and Certificates

Сертифікат ISO 9001-2015 UA229123

Certificate ISO 9001-2015 UA229123

Сертифікат ISO 9001-2015 UA229123 (ENG)

Certificate ISO 9001-2015 UA229123 (ENG)

Сертифікат ISO 9001-2015 UA229124

Certificate ISO 9001-2015 UA229124

Ліцензія № 282410

License № 282410

Свідоцтво "Лідер галузі у медичній сфері"

Certificate "Industry leader in the medical field"

Диплом переможця всеукраїнської премії "Герої малого бізнесу 2021"

Diploma of the winner of the all-Ukrainian award "Heroes of Small Business 2021"

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