Seroprevalence of Vaccine Preventable Diseases among Children

Seroprevalence of Vaccine Preventable Diseases among Children

Authors

  • Amna Khan
  • Shehzad Saleem
  • Alishba Rasool
  • Mahnoor Khan
  • Marina Akhtar
  • Irfan Munir
  • Saira Afzal

Keywords:

Seroprevalence, Vaccine Preventable diseases, Children

Abstract

Millions of children die from vaccine-preventable diseases every year. Seroprevalence of Vaccine Preventable Diseases provides a good estimate of vaccination levels and their coverage. This systematic review has evaluated the findings of 6 seroprevalence surveys worldwide. The articles published between January 2012 and December 2020 were searched from online databases such as Medline, PubMed, and Google Scholar. A total of 6 cross-sectional studies determining seroprevalences in children were included. The aim of the study was to determine seroprevalence of vaccine preventable disease Amon children. Serosurveys may be crucial in the maintenance of VPDs elimination. Seroepidemiological data for childhood preventable diseases can be used in numerous ways to improve vaccination outcomes and child health indicators. A strong seroepidemiological network in a country must be established. Enhancing the routine Vaccination coverage bound with serosurvey results should be essential in preventing vaccine-preventable diseases.

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Published

2023-07-24 — Updated on 2023-09-13

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Khan, A., Saleem, S., Rasool, A., Khan, M., Akhtar, M., Munir, I., & Afzal, S. (2023). Seroprevalence of Vaccine Preventable Diseases among Children. Journal of Society of Prevention, Advocacy and Research KEMU, 2(3), 183–190. Retrieved from https://journalofspark.com/journal/index.php/JSpark/article/view/224 (Original work published July 24, 2023)

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