Vaccination for Pregnant Women

Mostly flu, tetanus and diphtheria vaccines are helpful for pregnant women. Immunization during pregnancy can protect the fetus and also transfers antibodies from the mother to the fetus. Vaccine can help in protection of the mother's body from diseases and this immunity passes to her baby during pregnancy. This immunity keeps the child safe during the first few months of life until baby gets his own vaccination

  • Flu (Influenza) Shot
  • Tetanus toxoid, reduced diphtheria toxoid and acellular pertussis (Tdap) vaccine
  • Travel vaccination

Related Conference of Vaccination for Pregnant Women

November 02-03, 2020

36th International Conference on Immunology

Rome, Italy
November 05-06, 2020

4th Annual Summit on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs

Paris, France
November 09-09, 2020

2nd World Conference on Vaccine and Immunology

Helsinki, Finland
November 18-19, 2020

International Conference on Immunology & Immunotherapies

Bangkok, Thailand
November 25-26, 2020

9th International Conference on Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases

Singapore City, Singapore
December 07-08, 2020

8th World Summit on Allergy and Clinical Immunology

Prague, Czech Republic
April 05-05, 2021

Tumor & Cancer Immunology and Pediatric-Oncology

Toronto, Canada

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