Immunization "catch-up" for children who have not been fully immunizedIImmunization "catch-up" for children who have not been fully immunizedImmunization "catch-up" for children who have not been fully immunizedEnglishPreventionChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANADrug treatmentCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2020-07-27T04:00:00Z9.5000000000000054.5000000000000544.000000000000Health (A-Z) - ProcedureHealth A-Z<p>An overview of immunization for children who have not been fully immunized according to the standard schedule.</p><p>Immunization (vaccines) protects your child against several serious, life-threatening infectious diseases. Your child should have "shots" according to the schedule recommended for your province, state or country. Your child should also have a written record of which immunizations they have had and when.</p><p>Children who are new to Canada — immigrant, refugee or adopted children — may not be vaccinated according to Canada's schedule.</p><h2>Key points</h2> <ul> <li>Immunization protects your child against disease.</li> <li>In Canada, children normally receive vaccines according to a schedule. </li> <li>There are several reasons why a child may not be fully immunized, including illness or being new to Canada.</li> <li>If your child has not been immunized according to the normal schedule, speak to your child’s doctor.</li> <li>Your child should have a written immunization record.</li> </ul><h2>The immunization schedule</h2><p>The following chart is the recommended schedule of immunizations during childhood for the <a href="http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/immunization/docs/immunization_schedule.pdf" target="_blank">province of Ontario</a> as of December 2016. For the most current recommendations according to the National Advisory Committee on Immunization and for each province and territory, go to the <a href="https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/provincial-territorial-immunization-information/provincial-territorial-routine-vaccination-programs-infants-children.html" target="_blank">Government of Canada</a> website.</p> <figure class="asset-c-100"><img src="https://assets.aboutkidshealth.ca/AKHAssets/immunization_table_EN.png" alt="Immunization schedule chart" /> </figure> <h2>If your child has not been fully immunized</h2><p>There are several reasons why children may not have received all their vaccines, such as:</p><ul><li>missing one or more appointments with their primary care provider<br></li><li>illness during the time they should have had a vaccine<br></li><li>being new to Canada: immigrant, refugee and internationally adopted children may not have been immunized according to Canada’s schedule or some vaccines may not be available where they come from</li></ul><p>These children could be at risk of catching a vaccine-preventable disease. If your child has not been fully immunized for any reason, talk to your primary care provider about how to make up the missing vaccines. </p><p>If your child has not been in your care since birth, it may be hard to determine their vaccine history. If your child has a written immunization record, show it to your doctor.<br></p><p>All children who have not been fully immunized, or who do not have a written immunization record, should start receiving vaccines on a routine schedule. This schedule depends on your child’s age. Speak to your doctor about what is right for your child.</p><p>If you are unsure of your child's immunization history, it is always preferable to give a vaccine. There is no harm to repeating any immunization, unless the child has had an allergic reaction to the vaccine in the past or has an underlying disease that could affect the response to the vaccine. </p><h2>References</h2> <p>Government of Canada. Contraindications, precautions and concerns. Canadian Immunization Guide. Last updated: January 2020. Retrieved from: <a href="https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/healthy-living/canadian-immunization-guide-part-2-vaccine-safety/page-3-contraindications-precautions-concerns.html">https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/healthy-living/canadian-immunization-guide-part-2-vaccine-safety/page-3-contraindications-precautions-concerns.html"</a></p><p>Government of Canada. Immunization of persons with inadequate immunization records. Canadian Immunization Guide. Last updated: September 2016. Retrieved from: <a href="https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/healthy-living/canadian-immunization-guide-part-3-vaccination-specific-populations/page-3-immunization-persons-inadequate-immunization-records.html">https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/healthy-living/canadian-immunization-guide-part-3-vaccination-specific-populations/page-3-immunization-persons-inadequate-immunization-records.html</a></p>
未完全接种儿童的免疫"补种"未完全接种儿童的免疫"补种"Immunization "catch-up" for children who have not been fully immunizedChineseSimplifiedNAChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANANAAdult (19+)NA1990-01-01T05:00:00Z65.00000000000007.00000000000000686.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z针对未完全免疫儿童(根据标准免疫时间表)免疫接种的普及性概述。
未完全免疫兒童的免疫接種“追補”未完全免疫兒童的免疫接種“追補”Immunization "catch-up" for children who have not been fully immunizedChineseTraditionalNAChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANANAAdult (19+)NA1990-01-01T05:00:00Z686.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z針對未完全免疫兒童(根據標準免疫時間表)免疫接種的普及性概述。
Vaccins de « rattrapage » pour les enfants qui n’ont pas été entièrement immunisésVVaccins de « rattrapage » pour les enfants qui n’ont pas été entièrement immunisésImmunization catch-up for children who have not been fully immunizedFrenchPreventionChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANADrug treatmentCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2020-07-27T04:00:00Z607.000000000000Health (A-Z) - ProcedureHealth A-Z<p>Un aperçu des vaccins pour les enfants qui n’ont pas été entièrement immunisés selon le calendrier normal.</p><p>L’immunisation (les vaccins) protège les enfants contre des maladies graves qui menacent la vie. Votre enfant devrait recevoir ses vaccins selon le calendrier recommandé par votre province, votre état ou votre pays. Votre enfant devrait aussi avoir un compte rendu écrit des vaccins qu'il a reçus et du moment où il les a reçus.</p> <p>Les enfants qui viennent d’arriver au Canada – les immigrants, les enfants réfugiés ou adoptés – pourraient ne pas avoir été vaccinés selon le calendrier canadien.</p><h2>À retenir</h2> <ul><li>L’immunisation protège votre enfant contre les maladies.</li><li>Au Canada, les enfants reçoivent normalement leurs vaccins selon un calendrier.</li><li>Plusieurs raisons peuvent expliquer pourquoi un enfant n’est pas entièrement vacciné, dont une maladie ou une arrivée récente au Canada.</li><li>Si votre enfant n’a pas reçu tous les vaccins du calendrier normal, parlez-en à son médecin.</li><li>Votre enfant doit avoir un carnet de vaccination écrit.</li></ul><h2>Calendrier d’immunisation</h2><p>Vous trouverez ci-dessous le calendrier, en vigueur depuis décembre 2016, des vaccinations recommandées pendant l’enfance <a href="http://www.health.gov.on.ca/fr/pro/programs/immunization/docs/immunization_schedule.pdf">en Ontario</a>. Pour connaître les dernières recommandations du Comité consultatif national de l’immunisation et pour chaque province ou territoire, consultez le site du <a href="https://www.canada.ca/fr/sante-publique/services/renseignements-immunisation-provinces-et-territoires/programmes-vaccination-systematique-provinces-territoires-nourrissons-enfants.html">gouvernement du Canada</a>.</p> <figure class="asset-c-100"> <img src="https://assets.aboutkidshealth.ca/AKHAssets/immunization_schedule_FR.png" alt="Tableau du calendrier de vaccinations" /> </figure> <h2>Si votre enfant n’a pas été entièrement immunisé</h2><p>Plusieurs raisons peuvent expliquer pourquoi l’enfant peut ne pas avoir reçu tous ses vaccins, dont :</p><ul><li>il n‘est pas allé à un ou à plusieurs rendez-vous chez son fournisseur de soins principal;</li><li>une maladie à un moment où un vaccin était prévu;</li><li>une arrivée au Canada : les enfants immigrants et réfugiés et les enfants adoptés à l’étranger pourraient ne pas avoir été immunisés selon le calendrier de vaccins du Canada, ou certains vaccins pourraient ne pas être administrés dans leur pays d’origine.</li></ul><p>Ces enfants pourraient être à risque de contracter une maladie évitable par la vaccination. Si votre enfant n’a pas été entièrement immunisé pour une raison ou pour une autre, parlez à votre fournisseur de soins principal de la façon de vous assurer que votre enfant reçoit les vaccins manquants.</p><p>Si vous ne prenez pas soin de votre enfant depuis sa naissance, il pourrait être plus difficile de déterminer ses antécédents. Si votre enfant a un carnet de vaccination, montrez-le à votre médecin.</p><p>Tous les enfants qui n’ont pas été entièrement immunisés ou qui n'ont pas de carnet de vaccin écrit devront commencer à recevoir des vaccins régulièrement. Ce calendrier dépend de l'âge de votre enfant. Discutez avec votre médecin de ce qui est bon pour votre enfant.</p><p>Si vous n'êtes pas certain des antécédents de votre enfant, il est toujours préférable de donner un vaccin. Rien n'empêche de donner à nouveau un certain vaccin, à moins que l’enfant n'ait eu une réaction allergique à un certain vaccin dans le passé, ou qu’il ait une maladie sous-jacente qui pourrait modifier la réaction de l’enfant au vaccin.</p><h2>Références</h2><p>Gouvernement du Canada (2020). Contre-indications, précautions à prendre et préoccupations. <em>Guide canadien d'immunisation</em>. Récupéré de : <a href="https://www.canada.ca/fr/sante-publique/services/publications/vie-saine/guide-canadien-immunisation-partie-2-innocuite-vaccins/page-3-contre-indications-precautions-prendre-preoccupations.html">https://www.canada.ca/fr/sante-publique/services/publications/vie-saine/guide-canadien-immunisation-partie-2-innocuite-vaccins/page-3-contre-indications-precautions-prendre-preoccupations.html</a>.</p><p>Gouvernement du Canada (2016). Immunisation des personnes dont le dossier de vaccination est incomplet. <em>Guide canadien d'immunisation</em>. Récupéré de : <a href="https://www.canada.ca/fr/sante-publique/services/publications/vie-saine/guide-canadien-immunisation-partie-3-vaccination-populations-particulieres/page-3-immunisation-personnes-dossier-vaccination-incomplet.html">https://www.canada.ca/fr/sante-publique/services/publications/vie-saine/guide-canadien-immunisation-partie-3-vaccination-populations-particulieres/page-3-immunisation-personnes-dossier-vaccination-incomplet.html</a>.</p>
முழுமையான நோய்த்தடுப்பாற்றலைப் பெற்றுக்கொள்ளாத பிள்ளைகளுக்கு காலதாமதமான நோய்த்தடுப்பாற்றலை ஈடு செய்தல்முழுமையான நோய்த்தடுப்பாற்றலைப் பெற்றுக்கொள்ளாத பிள்ளைகளுக்கு காலதாமதமான நோய்த்தடுப்பாற்றலை ஈடு செய்தல்Immunization "catch-up" for children who have not been fully immunizedTamilNAChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANANAAdult (19+)NA2010-08-31T04:00:00Z65.00000000000007.00000000000000686.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>தராதரக் காலஅட்டவணைப்படி முழுமையாக நோய்த்தடுப்பாற்றல் செய்யப்படாத பிள்ளைகளுக்கு நோய்த்தடுப்பாற்றல் பற்றி இலகுவாக விளங்கிக் கொள்ளக்கூடிய ஒரு கண்ணோட்டம்.</p>

 

 

 

 

Immunization "catch-up" for children who have not been fully immunized1985.00000000000Immunization "catch-up" for children who have not been fully immunizedImmunization "catch-up" for children who have not been fully immunizedIEnglishPreventionChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANADrug treatmentCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2020-07-27T04:00:00Z9.5000000000000054.5000000000000544.000000000000Health (A-Z) - ProcedureHealth A-Z<p>An overview of immunization for children who have not been fully immunized according to the standard schedule.</p><p>Immunization (vaccines) protects your child against several serious, life-threatening infectious diseases. Your child should have "shots" according to the schedule recommended for your province, state or country. Your child should also have a written record of which immunizations they have had and when.</p><p>Children who are new to Canada — immigrant, refugee or adopted children — may not be vaccinated according to Canada's schedule.</p><h2>Key points</h2> <ul> <li>Immunization protects your child against disease.</li> <li>In Canada, children normally receive vaccines according to a schedule. </li> <li>There are several reasons why a child may not be fully immunized, including illness or being new to Canada.</li> <li>If your child has not been immunized according to the normal schedule, speak to your child’s doctor.</li> <li>Your child should have a written immunization record.</li> </ul><h2>The immunization schedule</h2><p>The following chart is the recommended schedule of immunizations during childhood for the <a href="http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/immunization/docs/immunization_schedule.pdf" target="_blank">province of Ontario</a> as of December 2016. For the most current recommendations according to the National Advisory Committee on Immunization and for each province and territory, go to the <a href="https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/provincial-territorial-immunization-information/provincial-territorial-routine-vaccination-programs-infants-children.html" target="_blank">Government of Canada</a> website.</p> <figure class="asset-c-100"><img src="https://assets.aboutkidshealth.ca/AKHAssets/immunization_table_EN.png" alt="Immunization schedule chart" /> </figure> <h2>If your child has not been fully immunized</h2><p>There are several reasons why children may not have received all their vaccines, such as:</p><ul><li>missing one or more appointments with their primary care provider<br></li><li>illness during the time they should have had a vaccine<br></li><li>being new to Canada: immigrant, refugee and internationally adopted children may not have been immunized according to Canada’s schedule or some vaccines may not be available where they come from</li></ul><p>These children could be at risk of catching a vaccine-preventable disease. If your child has not been fully immunized for any reason, talk to your primary care provider about how to make up the missing vaccines. </p><p>If your child has not been in your care since birth, it may be hard to determine their vaccine history. If your child has a written immunization record, show it to your doctor.<br></p><p>All children who have not been fully immunized, or who do not have a written immunization record, should start receiving vaccines on a routine schedule. This schedule depends on your child’s age. Speak to your doctor about what is right for your child.</p><p>If you are unsure of your child's immunization history, it is always preferable to give a vaccine. There is no harm to repeating any immunization, unless the child has had an allergic reaction to the vaccine in the past or has an underlying disease that could affect the response to the vaccine. </p><h2>Reasons not to vaccinate</h2><p>If any of the following conditions apply to your child, talk to your doctor before getting your child vaccinated:</p><ul><li>Your child had an allergic reaction to a previous vaccination.</li><li>Your child has a weak immune system. Children with weak immune systems should not be given live virus vaccines such as chickenpox or MMR. Because live virus vaccines live and divide within the person vaccinated, they can cause the actual disease if the immune system is very weak.<br></li></ul><h2>References</h2> <p>Government of Canada. Contraindications, precautions and concerns. Canadian Immunization Guide. Last updated: January 2020. Retrieved from: <a href="https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/healthy-living/canadian-immunization-guide-part-2-vaccine-safety/page-3-contraindications-precautions-concerns.html">https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/healthy-living/canadian-immunization-guide-part-2-vaccine-safety/page-3-contraindications-precautions-concerns.html"</a></p><p>Government of Canada. Immunization of persons with inadequate immunization records. Canadian Immunization Guide. Last updated: September 2016. Retrieved from: <a href="https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/healthy-living/canadian-immunization-guide-part-3-vaccination-specific-populations/page-3-immunization-persons-inadequate-immunization-records.html">https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/healthy-living/canadian-immunization-guide-part-3-vaccination-specific-populations/page-3-immunization-persons-inadequate-immunization-records.html</a></p>https://assets.aboutkidshealth.ca/AKHAssets/immunization_catch_up.jpgImmunization "catch-up" for children who have not been fully immunizedFalse