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Vaccinations

Vaccinations

Vaccines are probably the most reliable protection against life-threatening infectious diseases. The vaccine triggers an immune response in the body and builds up immunity that will help the body to deal with the infectious agent if it enters the body in the future. Vaccination protects not only the vaccinated person, but also the person’s relatives and others around them. The vaccines used and approved are safe and have only a minimal and acceptable risk of adverse reactions.

Vingis Clinic Kauno g. 22 vaccinations against infectious diseases, preventive vaccinations, vaccinations for children, adults and travellers. Vaccinees are given and complete a vaccine passport to help them keep track of their vaccines and when they are given.

When should I not be vaccinated?

The vaccine should not be given in case of illness, fever or during the acute period of illness. Vaccination should also be avoided when taking immunosuppressive drugs (immunosuppressants) and when undergoing chemotherapy treatment for cancer.

You do not need a consultation or referral from your GP to register for the vaccine.

Do you have further questions? Call +370 692 38498 or email info@vingioklinika.lt

Flu vaccine

Influenza is one of the most common and dangerous viral diseases and can cause additional complications. Vaccines are the most effective means of protection. The flu vaccine protects for one flu season. It is particularly important to vaccinate those at increased risk of influenza (those working in medical, transport, service and educational settings) and those in high-risk groups in terms of complication rates (over 65 years of age, those with chronic diseases, children, pregnant women, those living in care and nursing homes), who are most at risk of influenza due to the severity of the disease or even death.

Vaccine against tick-borne encephalitis
Lithuania is at increased risk of tick-borne encephalitis and the most effective way to protect against tick-borne encephalitis (a viral infectious disease transmitted to humans by the ingestion of a tick) is through vaccination. Vaccination is available for all ages. Regular vaccination with the tick-borne encephalitis vaccine results in a 99% vaccination rate. protection against tick-borne encephalitis. Treatment and rehabilitation of tick-borne encephalitis is more expensive than vaccines.

Vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis can be given according to the usual schedule: the first dose is given at a time of the patient’s choice, the second dose 1-3 months later and the third dose 9-12 months after the second dose.

Vaccination can also be given on an accelerated schedule: the first dose is given at a time of the patient’s choice, the second dose after 14 days and the third dose after 9-12 months. from the second dose. The first two doses of the vaccine provide sufficient protection for the next tick season. After one year, another dose of the vaccine extends resistance for another three years. For people under 60 years of age, a first maintenance dose is required 3 years after the third dose, then every 5 years thereafter. For people over 60 years of age, all maintenance doses are recommended every 3 years after the third dose. Children can be vaccinated from the age of 1 year.

When the first vaccination is given, protection is only established after the second vaccination. They therefore recommend getting the vaccine as early as possible in the spring, so that protection is already established when the weather warms up.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine

Most cervical cancers can be prevented by vaccination against this virus. Boys and girls aged 11 years and older are vaccinated against human papillomavirus. It is recommended to get the vaccine before having sex for the first time, but it is also a good idea for adult women and men to get the vaccine.

Travel vaccinations

Trips are always welcome. Some plan carefully, others don’t prepare too much and make spontaneous choices. Still others rely on recommendations from travel agents, friends or family. When travelling to distant and exotic countries, it is always a good idea to make sure you have the right vaccinations to ensure safe travel.

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The vaccine should not be given in case of illness, fever or during the acute period of illness. Vaccination should also be avoided when taking immunosuppressive drugs (immunosuppressants) or chemotherapy treatment for cancer.

You do not need a consultation or referral from your GP to register for the vaccine.

Travellers should choose the necessary vaccinations according to the vaccine recommendations of the country they are travelling to. Some vaccinations are advisory, but there are some countries where vaccination is compulsory. For example, yellow fever vaccinations are mandatory or recommended for travel to African countries, Australia and India, because the risk of contracting the disease is very high. As well as many other exotic countries such as, Albania, Argentina, Belize, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guatemala, Indonesia, Iran, Laos, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, Thailand, Tanzania, Vietnam, Zambia and several other countries, where yellow fever vaccination is recommended and a vaccination certificate is only required for travellers coming from infected areas.

When travelling to exotic countries, other travel vaccinations are usually recommended and are common in many of the countries that are popular with travellers. Hepatitis A and B, typhoid fever, diphtheria, tetanus, polio, meningococcal infection, meningococcal infection and rabies vaccines or antimalarial drugs.

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    Pavadinimas

    • Tick-borne encephalitis in adults (Ticovac) Akcija 34€ 35€
    • Tick-borne encephalitis in children (Ticovac) Akcija 32€ 33€
    • Tick-borne encephalitis (Ticovac) when 3 or more family members are vaccinated Akcija 29€ 30€
    • Diphtheria, Tetanus, Whooping cough (Adacel) 49€
    • Pneumococcal infection (Prevenar 13) 89€
    • Hepatitis A (Avaxim) 49€
    • Measles, parotitis, rubella (MMR VaxPro) 39€
    • Pneumococcal infection (Pneumovax) 55€
    • Hepatitis B (Engerix) 39€
    • Human papillomavirus (Gardasil 9) 165€
    • Diphtheria, Tetanus, Poliomyelitis (Dultavax) 39€
    • Meningococcus B (Bexsero) 125€
    • Typhoid fever (Typhim) 55€
    • Rabies (Verorab) 60€
    • Pneumococcal infection (Apexxnar) 89€
    • Yellow fever (Stamaril) 79€
    • Hepatitis A and B (Twinrix) 59€
    • Chickenpox (Varivax) 69€
    • Flu vaccine (VAXIGRIP/INFLUVAC) 16€