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Year : 1990  |  Volume : 15  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 113
Epidemiology Of Measles And Its Complications In Non- Hospitalized Children



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This study was conducted in 1985-86 amongst non-hospitalized children of jaipur city in33 investigative units having 3791 families with 6183 children in the 0-9 years age group. Measles vaccine coverage was only 21.7% Measles developed in 189 cases. Maximum incidence occurred in the 1-2 years olds and during the first half of the years (January to June). Complication developed in 50 (26.5%) children. The most frequent was diarrohea (14.3%) followed by respiratory infection (6.9%). No case fatality was reported.


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