vaccine against Typhus

Our office works on the highest level of quality, we're not just applying travel related vaccinations but preventive vaccines too.

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

For whom should it be considered?

  • Travelers who travel to epidemic territories
  • Those who live with people carrying the bacterium
  • Laboratory workers who may have got infected by the bacterium
  • Those who live with people diagnosed with abdominal typhus

What kind of vaccinations can be given and how?

Vaccination containing deactivated virus cells:

  • Cannot be given under the age of 2
  • 1 dose gives sufficient protection and has to be given 1 week prior to travel
  • Re-vaccination is suggested in every 3 years
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How long is the protection period?

A 3 year-long protection period can be achieved, after which re-vaccination is suggested.

When is it contraindicated?

  • If someone has suffered from severe allergic symptoms after receiving vaccination against abdominal typhus, and in case of any other ongoing severe acute illness
  • It’s only recommended for pregnant women in case of significant possible risk of contagion.

Our office works on the highest level of quality, we're not just applying travel related vaccinations but preventive vaccines too.

Because of the special vaccinations, we give detailed counselling by our professional doctors. Please reserve an appointment or call us!

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