IMMUNIZATION STATUS AND REASONS FOR NON IMMUNIZATION IN  RURAL AREAS OF BAREILLY (UP) <br />Peeyush Kariwal, V. P. Shrotri...
  IMMUNIZATION<br />
  THE BEST AND CHEAPEST WAY TO PREVENT MAJOR CHILDHOOD KILLER DISEASES ESPECIALLY IN COUNTRY LIKE INDIA<br />
AND OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED BY WHO IN MAY 1974 (EPI)<br />
  IS NOT GAINING FULL POPULARITY DESPITE LOT OF EFFORTS BY GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR<br />
OBJECTIVE-<br />To study the immunization status and reason for non immunization in the first two years of life in rural a...
MATERIAL AND METHOD-<br />Unit of study: children age group of 12-23 months <br />WHO thirty cluster methodology was used....
OBSERVATIONS<br />
Table-1:  Vaccine wise Immunization Status<br />
Out of 767 children between 12 - 23 months of age 71.7% were immunized with BCG vaccine. DPT - I, II & III was given to 56...
Table-2:  Overall Immunization Status<br />
Approximately 29.3% children between 12 – 23 months of age were fully immunized, 21.9% were not immunized and the remainin...
Table-3: Booster dose of DPT, OPV and Vit.-A ll & lll<br />
Out of 726 children between 24 – 35 months of age only 15.3 % & 15.0 % were immunized against DPT & OPV Boosters. 14.7 % &...
Table-4: Place of immunization <br />
Most of immunization for all vaccine were given at Government hospital ranges from BCG (49.0 %) to OPV-lll (65.3) followed...
Table-5: Reason for non Immunization<br />
The most common reason for non-immunization was unawareness of the need for vaccination (47.5%) and second major reason wa...
  THE QUESTION IS UNANSWERED-<br />  WHO IS RESPONSIBLE ???<br />
THANK YOU<br />
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  1. 1. IMMUNIZATION STATUS AND REASONS FOR NON IMMUNIZATION IN RURAL AREAS OF BAREILLY (UP) <br />Peeyush Kariwal, V. P. Shrotriya<br />SRMSIMS<br />Bareilly <br />
  2. 2. IMMUNIZATION<br />
  3. 3. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST WAY TO PREVENT MAJOR CHILDHOOD KILLER DISEASES ESPECIALLY IN COUNTRY LIKE INDIA<br />
  4. 4. AND OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED BY WHO IN MAY 1974 (EPI)<br />
  5. 5. IS NOT GAINING FULL POPULARITY DESPITE LOT OF EFFORTS BY GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR<br />
  6. 6. OBJECTIVE-<br />To study the immunization status and reason for non immunization in the first two years of life in rural areas of Bareilly.<br />
  7. 7. MATERIAL AND METHOD-<br />Unit of study: children age group of 12-23 months <br />WHO thirty cluster methodology was used.<br />Fill up the immunization schedule of each child aged 12-23 months on pre-design and pre-tested Performa by trained field workers<br />
  8. 8. OBSERVATIONS<br />
  9. 9. Table-1: Vaccine wise Immunization Status<br />
  10. 10. Out of 767 children between 12 - 23 months of age 71.7% were immunized with BCG vaccine. DPT - I, II & III was given to 56.3%, 43.4% & 35.6% children respectively. Coverage of OPV - I, II & III was in 43.8%, 43.7 & 35.7% Children respectively. Measles vaccination was found in 46.1% children.<br />
  11. 11. Table-2: Overall Immunization Status<br />
  12. 12. Approximately 29.3% children between 12 – 23 months of age were fully immunized, 21.9% were not immunized and the remaining 48.5% were partially immunized.<br />
  13. 13. Table-3: Booster dose of DPT, OPV and Vit.-A ll & lll<br />
  14. 14. Out of 726 children between 24 – 35 months of age only 15.3 % & 15.0 % were immunized against DPT & OPV Boosters. 14.7 % & 9.0 % children were administrated the 2nd & 3rd dose of Vitamin-A.<br />
  15. 15. Table-4: Place of immunization <br />
  16. 16. Most of immunization for all vaccine were given at Government hospital ranges from BCG (49.0 %) to OPV-lll (65.3) followed by at home ranges from DPT-lll (25.6 %) to BCG (38.5%) Remaining were at private health clinic (3.1-8.3 %) and <4% at camps<br />
  17. 17. Table-5: Reason for non Immunization<br />
  18. 18. The most common reason for non-immunization was unawareness of the need for vaccination (47.5%) and second major reason was unavailability of services within reach (38.3%). Remaining 11.8%, 1.1%, 0.6% & 0.08% reasons were place and time of immunization not known, family problem, fear of side effect, child ill & child was too young respectively.<br />
  19. 19. THE QUESTION IS UNANSWERED-<br /> WHO IS RESPONSIBLE ???<br />
  20. 20. THANK YOU<br />

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