Commonly Used Combination Vaccines

By Brenda Martinez,2014-05-28 14:42
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Commonly Used Combination Vaccines

     Updated 8/2/12

    Commonly Used Combination Vaccines

    1. COMVAX ? - Hepatitis B (HEP-B) and Haemophilius influenza type b (HIB)

    2. KINRIX? - Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis (DTaP) and Inactivated

    Poliovirus (IPV)

    3. PEDIARIX? - Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis (DTaP), Hepatitis B (HEP-B)

    and Inactivated Poliovirus (IPV)

    4. ProQuad? - Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) and Varicella (VAR)

    5. PENTACEL? - Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis (DTaP), Inactivated

    Poliovirus (IPV) and Haemophilius influenza type b (HIB)

    6. VARIVAX? - Varicella (VAR) - This is not a combination immunization. But is

    found on many immunization records

    7. ROTA TEQ? - Rotavirus - This is not a combination immunization. But is

    found on many immunization records

    8. TriHibit?- Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis (DTaP), and Haemophilius

    influenza type b (HIB)

9. Twinrix?- Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B (HEP-B)

     10. PCV, PCV7, PCV13 are all Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine

     and are entered in ChildPlus as PCV.

    11. SYNAGIS vaccine-The Synagis Vaccine can help protect your little ones from

    the effects of RSV. The Synagis shot is injected into the leg muscle, once a

    month, during RSV season, which last from November thru April. The

    vaccine has been shown to be effective in preventing and/or reducing the

    severity of RSV.

Entering Children’s Immunizations into ChildPlus



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1. Select name of FSW that is assigned to that child.

    2. Select current year before entering immunizations (2012-2013). 3. From the immunization record (ImmTrac or original immunization record)

    enter the immunization into the appropriate section.

    4. Do not enter any dates in the override section. As I review the

    immunizations I will enter dates in the override section as needed. 5. Immunization note section- add note to this section. When you notify

    parents that their child needs immunization you will put notes in this

    section and family service section of ChildPlus.

    6. Immunization header section- Do not make any changes to what I have

    entered for At Enrollment or for At End of Enrollment. I will make changes

    to this section as needed.

    ; If you have immunizations that do not fit in the immunization section,

    you will add them to the immunization note section.

    ; After you have entered the immunizations into ChildPlus

    A. Email Health Assistant (Patty) that you have entered the immunizations

    into ChildPlus. Include in the email the child’s first and last name and

    the child’s birthday.

    B. You will receive an email from me letting you know I have reviewed the

    immunizations you entered and I have changed the immunization


    C. You will then print the ChildPlus report 3320 with Tuberculosis

    Information, Tuberculosis Notes and the Immunization Notes and place

    it in the child’s brown folder. You will remove the old 3320 ChildPlus

    immunization report from the child’s brown folder.

    Entering TB Information in the Immunization Section of ChildPlus







7. Select Tuberculosis section

    8. From physical, immunization record or other documentation from the


    A. Date Given- is the dated that the TB test was given.

    B. Date Read- is usually two days after the dated given. It is the dated

    the child goes back to the provider to get the TB test look at.

    C. Type- Select PPD

    D. Impression- Is the results of the test. Select Negative or Positive.

    E. MM indur- Is how big the swelling or redness was. Many times it will

    be 0. This section can be left blank if the provider did not indicate a


    9. Enter notes in this section. Example- No follow-up needed, Provider did not indicate any swelling or redness, Provider did not give mm indur.

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