Agreement of the computerized immunization record of Araraquara, São Paulo, Brazil, 2018
Keywords:Vaccination, Immunization Programs, Vaccination Coverage, Information Systems, Spatial Analysis
Objective: To describe the agreement between the immunization data of the Juarez System and the information in the vaccination booklet and vaccination coverage in children aged 12 to 24 months. Methods: Descriptive study to assess the vaccination status at 12 and 24 months of age of children born in 2015 and registered in the Juarez System. The levels of agreement between the Juarez System data and the information in the vaccination booklet were verified. Results: 429 children were included. it was found that the agreement varied between 84.06 and 99.06%. The coverage (vaccine survey) for each vaccine ranged from 86% to 100% and for the complete schedule, 77.1% (12 months) and 68.8% (24 months). The spatial distributions of vaccine coverage ranged from 28% to 100%. Conclusion: excellent agreement between the data, high vaccination coverage, but heterogeneity in their spatial distributions.
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