vaccine against Cholera

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

When is it suggested?

  • In case of severe risk of contagion
  • At special occasions (pilgrims going to India, marine crews, people going to nomad safaris etc.) 
  • If specified by medical authorities of the welcoming country

  • To adults and children older than 2 years when travelling to endemic/epidemic territories
  • At special occasions (pilgrims going to India, people going to nomad safaris etc.)
  • If specified by medical authorities of the welcoming country
Place an appointment

Wir beraten die Impfung.

Bitte beachten Sie, dass dies nur informative Daten sind.


What kind of vaccinations can be given?

Nowadays inactivated cholera vaccinations are used which contain killed whole cells plus its artificially developed cholera toxin, which is to be used orally. It has to be taken 2 times, with one week of difference.

Based on observations, it also gives protection not only against cholera, but also against the coli bacteria which frequently causes diarrhoea when travelling. 

How long is the protection period?

A protection of 60-70% against coli bacteria for 3 months and also 85-90% against cholera for 2 years can be achieved.

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!

Place an appointment

Difteria, tetanus, polio, pertussis

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

More

Typhus

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

More

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.

More

Japanese encephalitis

Japanese encephalitis (JE) virus is the leading cause of vaccine-preventable encephalitis in Asia and the western Pacific. For most travelers to Asia, the risk for JE is very low but varies based on destination, duration of travel, season, and activities.

More