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Year : 1991  |  Volume : 16  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 39-41
A Study On Utilisation Of Health Services In A Muslim Slum Community Of Calcutta



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A cross- sectional survey of utilization of child immunization and family planning services was carried out in a systematic random sample of 100 families from a Muslim slum community of Calcutta. 15.6% of children (1-4 years) were fully immunized (DPT, OPV & BCG). Couple protection rate was 28.4%. But interestingly, the proportion of protected eligible couples in single families (32.8%) was significantly higher than in joint families (11.6%).


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