Samia Adam Fadiel Abu | Sudan

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)

Samia Adam Fadiel Abu

University of Bahri, Sudan


  • Research   
    Contributing Factors of Incomplete Childhood Primary Vaccination, Sudan
    Author(s): Samia Adam Fadiel Abu, Mohamed Osman Elamin* and Hatim Rahmtullah

    Vaccination is the administration of a vaccine to stimulate a protective immune response that prevents disease in the vaccinated person if contact with the corresponding infectious agent occurs subsequently. Thus vaccination, if successful, results in immunization. Immunization prevents millions of deaths every year and reducing the risk of disability caused by infectious diseases. The poorest children typically have access to a smaller range of vaccines and are at greater risk from the hazards of unsafe immunization practices. This descriptive cross-sectional communitybased study has been conducted in Eldaein in 2020 to investigate the contributing factors of incomplete childhood primary vaccination. 381 participants were selected by multi-stage sampling techniques and data was collected by questionnaire and analysis by using the SPSS program, and χ2 tests. The study revealed tha.. Read More»

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