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Immunization Center


The FIRST in Cavite to offer immunization services to children and adults to eradicate or avert vaccine-preventable diseases. At DLSUMC, we are very particular with the proper administration of vaccine dose, route, schedule, preparation, indications, storage, vaccine safety, side effects, precautions, and contraindications.

 

Vaccines offered at DLSUMC Immunization Center:

VACCINE TYPE

ROUTE

SCHEDULE

CONTRAINDICATIONS/PRECAUTIONS

Tetanus, diphteria,

3 doses in this schedule:

Severe allergic reactions to vaccine

Acellular Pertussis

IM

0,1,6-12 months (1 tdap +2

components or following prior dose;

Vaccine (Tdap)

Td). Booster vaccination

Moderate to severe illness.

every 10 years with Td.

Hepatitis B Vaccine

3 doses series at 0,1 and 6

Severe allergic reactions to vaccine

IM

months. Alternate: 4 doses at

components or following previous dose.

0,1,2 and 12 months, (after

anti-HBsAg screening)

Booster is not routinely

recommended.

Influenza Vaccine

1 dose annually

Severe allergic reactions to vaccine

IM

(preferrably from

components or following prior dose;

January to July)

Moderate to severe illness.

History or severe acute illness; Guillian

Barre syndrome

Varicella Vaccine*

SC

2 doses at 4 weeks interval

Severe allergic reactions to vaccine

components or following prior dose;

Moderate to severe illness;

Pregnancy; Immunosuppression;

Recently received a blood product;

Untreated active Tuberculosis;

Adolescents on Aspirin therapy

Measles, Mumps,

2 doses at 4 weeks interval

Severe allergic reactions to vaccine

Rubella Vaccine*

SC

components or following prior dose;

Moderate to severe illness;

Pregnancy; Immunosuppression;

Recently received a blood product;

Thrombocytopenia/ITP

Pneumococcal

IM

Single dose

Severe allergic reactions to vaccine

Polysaccharide

components or following prior dose;

Vaccine

Moderate to severe illness;

Pregnancy (safety is unknown); if

indicated give before pregnancy

Rabbies Vaccine

IM/ID

Primary 3-dose series ( IM or

Severe allergic reactions to vaccine

ID ) at Days 0,7 and 21 or 28.

components or following prior dose;

Booster: single dose IM or ID

Moderate to severe illness;

every 5 years

Meningococcal

Single dose

Severe allergic reactions to vaccine

Vaccine

IM

components or following prior dose;

Moderate to severe illness;

Guillian Barre Syndrome

Typhoid Vaccine

IM

Single dose, Booster: every

Severe allergic reactions to vaccine

2-3 years

components or following prior dose;

Bleeding disorder

Hepatitis A Vaccine

IM

2-dose schedule at 0 and

Severe allergic reactions to vaccine

6-12 months

components or following prior dose

 

Legend:

  • IM – Intramacular
  • SC- Subcutaneous
  • ID – Intradermal

*Indicated for first line health care worker

 

*For more information, please call:
(6346) 481-8000 or (632) 988-3100 local 1070