Hepatitus A Vaccine
Were you looking for information about the Hepatitis A Vaccine? Hepatitus A vaccine is a common misspelling of hepatitis A vaccine.
The hepatitis A vaccine consists of two injections, given six to nine months apart. It offers protection against the virus for at least 20 years. People who should get the vaccine include travelers to developing countries with high incidence rates and users of illegal drugs. Children can get the hepatitis A vaccine after they are a year old (it is recommended between 12 and 23 months of age).
(Click Hepatitis A Vaccine for information on the vaccine, including a sample vaccination schedule and possible side effects.)