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Spread the loveVaccinations at Hibari Clinic Here at the Mont Kiara clinic, we provide vaccinations to infants, children, and adults. The idea of vaccination is often misconstrued, mostly because they fear the side effects or doubt the effectiveness of the vaccines. It is a known fact that receiving vaccinations is important to infants, and children,

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Vaccinations at Hibari Clinic

Here at the Mont Kiara clinic, we provide vaccinations to infants, children, and adults. The idea of vaccination is often misconstrued, mostly because they fear the side effects or doubt the effectiveness of the vaccines.

It is a known fact that receiving vaccinations is important to infants, and children, as they are most vulnerable to acquire infectious diseases which could likely become a life-threatening situation. Vaccines supply the body with antibodies needed to combat the illness. Therefore, by getting vaccinated you can to dodge the disease/illness if you or your child/family member is ever exposed to it. You should also note that getting vaccinated is cost-effective in the long-run. Think about it. It would be cheaper to pay to be vaccinated than to cover the medical bill resulted from treating diseases.

If you have any inquiries about the topic, for instance “which vaccines do I need” or “at what age should I get vaccinated”, please feel free to contact us at our Mont Kiara clinic.

There are some instances where we may have an inadequate amount of vaccines because the expiration of the vaccines, so it is advisable that you call and book an appointment so that we can prepare in advance and be fully able to provide for you.

At Hibari Clinic, we also provide group vaccination for family, schools, and companies. For more details, do not hesitate to contact our Mont Kiara clinic.

Below is a list of vaccines offered at Hibari Clinic

Tetanus

Scientifically known as the tetanus toxoid (TT) vaccine is a dormant vaccine used to counter the bacterial disease Tetanus. The recommended dosage is five during childhood and a sixth in young adults.

DTP

DTaP vaccines prevent diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis. It is recommended that children of 7 years OR younger receive this vaccine

DTP+HiB+IPV+HepB

This particular vaccine combats 5 diseases, namely Tetanus, Pertusis, Polio, Haemophilus influenza type b, and Diphtheria. This vaccine is normally recommended for children at 18 months of age

HiB

Haemophilus influenza type b (Hib) is a dangerous disease brought about by bacterial infections. This may cause swelling of the throat, pneumonia, blood, joints and bone infections, and may even result in death.

Pneumococcal (Prevenar)

This is an available vaccine for children younger than 2 years and for adults 65 and older

HepB

An effective vaccine to be given to infants and children younger than 18. It is also advisable for adults with diabetes and people exposed to infections

Meningococcal (ACWY)

Meningococcal is a disease caused by a bacteria called Neisseria meningitidis. Receiving the 2 doses of the vaccine in adolescent will prevent contracting the illness

Flu

The vaccines provide antibodies to fight off influenza viruses

Rabies

Rabies is contracted from animals, usually from a bite by an infected animal

Rota 1  valent and Rota 2 valent

Rotavirus is an infection that commonly leads to diarrhea in infants and children. It is recommended to take the first dose as early as 15 weeks of age. All doses should be received before the age of 8

MMR+V

The MMRV vaccine protects children against measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella

Typhoid and Hepatitis A

Vivaxim is a typhoid and hepatitis A vaccine given to people over 12 years old. You only require 1 dose before you travel.

Typhoid

The typhoid vaccine is a vaccine recommended to protect you against typhoid disease when traveling

HPV 2 and HPV 4

Vaccines that protect against human papillomaviruses and is recommendable for females aged 13 to 26 years’ old

Cholera

This vaccine prevents you from acquiring severe diarrhea. Cholera may lead to dehydration, kidney failure, or a comatose state.

Varicella

This is another name for the common infection, chickenpox. The Varicella vaccine protects an individual from catching the infection

Shingles

Only available for the elderly over the ages of 70 years old.

BCG

Bacille Calmette-Guerin is a vaccine to prevent Tuberculosis

Yellow Fever

It is advisable to take this vaccine for people 9 months and over

 

 

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