Indian Journal of Community Medicine


Year
: 1999  |  Volume : 24  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 120--123

A Study Of Universal Immunization Coverage During Last Five Years In Resettlement Colonies Of Delhi


V S Salhotra1, A K Sharma2 
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V S Salhotra


Research Question: Is there any difference in immunization coverage in resettlement colonies of Delhi during past five years? Objectives: 1. To study the immunization coverage levels of children over a period of five years. 2. To observe changes in the coverage levels of different years, if any. Study design: Cross-sectional study. Setting: Khichripur, Kalyanpuri, Kalyanpuri, Trilokpuri and Himmatpuri- four resettlement colonies of trans-Yamuna area of Delhi. Participants: 1500 children belonging to five age-groups i.e. birth-1 yr., 1-2 yrs., 2-3 yrs, and 4-5 yrs. Methods: Verification of child’s immunization from immunization card and interview of mother if immunization car was not available. Study period: May1997 to March1998 Results: Immunization with individual vaccines and immunization status of the children peaked in 1995-96 but started falling thereafter due to fall in ICE activities.


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Salhotra V, Sharma A. A Study Of Universal Immunization Coverage During Last Five Years In Resettlement Colonies Of Delhi.Indian J Community Med 1999;24:120-123


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