Vaccination, polio means: Polio vaccine: What are the available vaccines?
vaccination against polio are OPV Oral Polio Vaccine and IPV Inactivated Polio
Vaccine. OPV remains the most preferred vaccine among children. It is a vaccine that protects against the common cold.
It is administered by mouth. IPV or Inactivated Polio Vaccine, is administered as a shot to the arm or leg.
Children and infants should receive four doses of OPV. Doses should be given at 4 months and 2 years.
Months, 6–18 months and 6-18 months. People allergic to egg or neomycin
OPV should be administered to streptomycin, and not injectable IPV. IPV, on the other hand, should not be administered.
Given If the recipient of vaccines is currently receiving long-term cortisone treatment, has cancer or
if a member of the household has AIDS, is on chemotherapy, or if he or she is undergoing treatment.
The house.
(in Medical Dictionary)