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Monitoramento Rápido de Vacinação na prevenção do sarampo no estado do Ceará, em 2015. / Monitoramento Rápido de Vacinação na prevenção do sarampo no estado do Ceará, em 2015. / Rapid Monitoring of Vaccination to prevent measles in Ceará State, Brazil, 2015.

Moura, Ana Débora Assis; Braga, Ana Vilma Leite; Carneiro, Ana Karine Borges; Alves, Elaine Cristina da Silva; Bastos, Camila Maria Marques; Nunes, Iara Holanda; Figueiredo, Tereza Wilma Silva; Canto, Surama Valena Elarrat; Garcia, Márcio Henrique de Oliveira; Teixeira, Antonia Maria da Silva.
Epidemiol Serv Saude; 27(2): e2016380, 2018 06 28.
Artigo em Inglês, Português | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29995101

OBJECTIVE:

to describe the results of Rapid Monitoring Vaccination monitoring conducted with the aim of interrupting the measles outbreak in the State of Ceará, Brazil, in 2015.

METHODS:

this was a descriptive study using data taken from 52,216 vaccination cards of children aged from 6 months to less than 5 years and data on vaccination coverage, homogeneity, and reasons for non-vaccination extracted from the National Immunization Program Information System (SI-PNI).

RESULTS:

vaccination coverage against measles reached 96.7% in Ceará; of the 21 Regional Health Offices in the State, four did not reach minimum coverage of 95% for the first dose, and two for the second dose; 836 children (1.6%) were not vaccinated and 1,388 vaccine doses were not used.

CONCLUSION:

Measles vaccination campaigns enabled the immunization coverage goal in the State of Ceará to be surpassed, despite the considerable number of unvaccinated children found.
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