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Hepatitis b 0 (birth dose) immunization percentage [message #28958] Wed, 03 April 2024 07:53 Go to previous message
Patriciaje is currently offline  Patriciaje
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Hello, i'm currently working on a project to find out the determinants of timely hepatitis b0 (birth dose) vaccination in indonesia. I want to ask about the report of the 2017 DHS report in indonesia. in table 10.2 (vaccination by source of information), there is a percentage of hepatitis B birth dose. Moreover, in Indonesian reports there are two categories (picture of the table attached):
1. 0 days (at birth) and
2. more than 1 day after birth

I want to know how is it measured, because I don't see any special variables that ask about the time (hours) of the hepatitis b0 immunization. Does the measurement use the date of birth and immunization date stated on the immunization card? What is the standard?

Thankyou
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