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Children should complete childhood immunization combo 3 and combo 10 before their 2nd birthday. These combos are made up of a number of vaccines. Some require more than one dose for them to fully work. Below is a chart that shows what vaccines and how many doses of each vaccine is needed to complete combo 3 and combo 10.
|Vaccination||Number of doses||Required for combo 3||Required for combo 10|
|DTaP = Diphtheria, Tetanus and Acellular Pertussis||4||✓||✓|
|IPV = Polio||3||✓||✓|
|MMR = Measles, Mumps and Rubella||1||✓||✓|
|HiB = Haemophilus Influenzae Type B||3||✓
|HepB = Hepatitis B
|VZV = Varicella Roster||1||✓
|PCV = Pneumococcal Conjugate||4||✓
|HepA = Hepatitis A||1||✓
|RV = Rotavirus||2||✓
Other tests and services
Lead screening: A blood test that determines the level of lead that is in your child’s blood stream. Higher levels can indicate lead poisoning. There's no safe level of lead in the blood.
Mammogram: A low energy X-ray used to screen for growths or changes in the breasts
PAP smear: A procedure to collect cells from the lower part of your cervix to test for cervical cancer.
Chlamydia test: A urine test that checks if chlamydia bacteria is detected.
A1c test for members with diabetes: A blood test that determines the average level of your blood sugar over the past two to three months.
Diabetic eye exam: An eye exam to check for diabetic retinopathy, a condition that can impact your eyesight.