Vaccinations before travel

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Hepatitis A

In Hungary 3 immunizations have been registered that contain deactivated virus cells against Hepatitis A.

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Hepatitis B

Primary vaccination in case of both vaccinations consists of 3 doses both for children and adults, but between the age of 11-15 years 2 doses are sufficient from the dose of an adult.

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Tick-borne encephalitis

It is suggested that the vaccination process should start or finish (the first 2 doses in any case) before spring time (before the period of the ticks starts) i.e. in winter, when there is no risk of infection.

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Chickenpox

Two vaccines are available to prevent varicella. Both vaccines are lyophilized preparations containing live attenuated viruses.

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Cholera

Cholera vaccines are vaccines that are effective at preventing cholera. For the first six months after vaccination they provide about 85% protection, which decreases to 50% or 60% during the first year.

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Difteria, tetanus, pertussis

Children receive obligatory vaccinations against diphtheria (Di-Per-Te) several times since infancy which are due at certain ages.

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Difteria, tetanus, polio, pertussis

Children receive obligatory vaccinations against diphtheria (Di-Per-Te) several times since infancy which are due at certain ages.

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Difteria, tetanus, poliomyelitis

Children receive obligatory vaccinations against diphtheria (Di-Per-Te) several times since infancy which are due at certain ages.

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Gamma-globulin

A group of proteins of human blood serum – nowadays produced artificially – which contains the antibodies produced by human body for its protection.

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Hepatitis A

In Hungary 3 immunizations have been registered that contain deactivated virus cells against Hepatitis A.

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Hepatitis A+B

It gives protections against both (A and B) types of hepatitis. The vaccinations have to be given according to a 0-1-6 month time schedule.

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Hepatitis B

Primary vaccination in case of both vaccinations consists of 3 doses both for children and adults, but between the age of 11-15 years 2 doses are sufficient from the dose of an adult.

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HPV

More than 130 known types of HPV exist. The vaccination against HPV gives protection against the most dangerous ones.

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Influenza

Influenza is a disease caused by a virus. This pathogen is very special, because it is able to change its structure continuously and rapidly.

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Japanese encephalitis

The flu is pretty bad, trust me

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Malary

Malaria is a dangerous disease. Approximately 10.000 cases occur in Europe annually, some of them in Hungary too.

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Meningitis

Epidemic meningitis is caused by several bacteria, and there is no effective vaccination against all of them.

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Pneumonia

The vaccination serves for preventing the pneumonia caused by the pneumococcal bacterium (Streptococcus pneumoniae), spread by droplet infection. More than 80 types of bacteria are known and spread worldwide.

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Poliomyelitis

The disease is spread by either an asymptomatic virus carrier or a sick person. It is transmitted mainly by objects (food, beverages) contaminated by stool, and to a smaller extent also by droplet infection.

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Rabies

In case of possible infection, the emergence of the disease can be prevented by a vaccination started on time (post-exposure prophylaxis).

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Rubeola, measles, mumps

For the prevention of measles, mumps and rubella, two vaccines have been registered in our country.

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Tetanus

Tetanus is caused by a wound getting infected by clostridium tetani bacterium. The spores of the bacterium remain in soil, dust for years, they resist against heat, drought, chemical material and sunlight.

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Tick-borne encephalitis

It is suggested that the vaccination process should start or finish (the first 2 doses in any case) before spring time (before the period of the ticks starts) i.e. in winter, when there is no risk of infection.

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Typhus

A 3 year-long protection can be achieved with vaccination for preventing abdominal typhus.

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Yellow fever

A certificate proving vaccination against yellow fever is needed in case of entering various countries. The immunization against yellow fever is the only obligatory vaccination, the certificate of which can be requested upon entering and leaving certain, infected countries.

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