AVAXIM® is an inactivated vaccine indicated for active immunisation against infection caused by the hepatitis A virus.

 Before you prescribe this vaccine please refer to the Prescribing Information and SmPC.

AVAXIM is available in single doses and multipacks of 10 doses.

Why help protect your patients with AVAXIM® Vaccine?

  • Hepatitis A remains one of the most common travel-related vaccine preventable diseases, although, the incidence in travellers is declining.1
  • Hepatitis A is caused by a virus which is usually acquired through the consumption of food or water contaminated by human faeces. Foods such as undercooked meat and fish can be a risk as well as foods that grow close to the ground such as lettuce and strawberries. It can also be acquired through person to person contact.1
  • The risk of acquiring hepatitis A is highest in low-income countries with poor sanitary conditions. Regions where hepatitis A is highly endemic include the Indian sub-continent (particularly Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan), Sub-Saharan and North Africa, parts of the Far East (except Japan), South and Central America and the Middle East.1
  • There is no specific treatment for hepatitis A but risk can be reduced by following advice on food and water hygiene, and by ensuring good personal hygiene.1



0.5 ml prefilled syringe 

Available in 1 and 10 syringe packs


1 dose

Further dose

In order to provide long-term protection, a second dose (booster) of an inactivated hepatitis A vaccine should be given. The second dose is preferably given between 6 and 12 months but may be administered up to 36 months after the first dose

Age range

16 years +


Ways to order

You can order Sanofi Vaccines in two ways: online at VAXISHOP or through our call centre. 

Order patient materials

Through Medisa we provide you and your patients with a variety of support materials including patient leaflets and in-surgery display items. You can quickly search for and order the materials you need.

Smarter Traveller

Direct your patients to the
Smarter Traveller website to find tips and advice on protecting their health while abroad.

    1. Travel Health Pro. Hepatitis A. Available at  (Accessed  April 2023).

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Date of preparation: April 2023