A sociological study about the factors affecting Immunization status of children at POF hospital Wah Cantt, Pakistan

Eesha Yaqoob, Saad Javed, Ansar Javed, Sanabil ., Ayesha Nasir, Hammad Khan, Naimatulla Hashmi


Immunization assumes a noteworthy part in the aversion of illnesses and grimness and mortality in kids can be highly lessened just by usage and use of EPI (Expanded Program on inoculation). Targets: The goals of the examination were to decide the inoculation status of kids admitted to pediatric ward of tertiary care in POF doctor's facility, Wah Cantt. The purposes behind halfway Immunization and non-Immunization. The sociodemographic factors that influence the inoculation status. Plan, length of the investigation: The examination was Descriptive and span was around a half year Setting: Pediatric and Gynecology wards of POF Hospital Wah Cantt. Examining system: Convenient testing Subjects and Methods: Our investigation included moms of 18 two years matured kids who exhibited to POF Hospital Wah. A pre tried organized survey was filled by the understudies themselves. Results: 87.5% of youngsters were totally inoculated, 9.5% were incompletely vaccinated while 3% were not in the slightest degree. 33.5% of the guardians trusted that there were reactions of immunizations. 44.5% of the guardians suspected that lone oral polio immunization was required and 17% thought about it as annoying. Wellbeing office was distant for19.5% people and 23% face non accessibility of immunizations. Chi square test demonstrated a critical relationship between instructive status of father, mother and place of conveyance with Immunization status. Conclusion: The Immunization status of the kids was satisfactory and there was noteworthy relationship between education status of father, mother and place of conveyance with the inoculation status. The reasons of none and fractional Immunization were unavailability, non-accessibility of immunization, considering polio was the main required antibody and burden for the guardians.

Key Words: Immunization, Children, Non Immunization

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