According to the results of 6 months of 2019, 9069 children were born in the region, 98.0% of whom were vaccinated against hepatitis B.
According to the results of 6 months of 2019 in the region, the coverage of the primary complex with a vaccine against diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, viral hepatitis B, polio, hemophilic infection was –50.8%, with the required minimum optimal level of 47.4%, where only 8720 children were vaccinated, including up to 1 year - 8615. 7243 children (40.7%) were vaccinated against pneumococcal infection before the age of 2 years. Due to the shortage of OPV vaccine in the region, coverage of children with vaccinations against poliomyelitis at the age of 1 year was 14.2%. Low coverage of OPV4 vaccination is common.
Revaccination against pertussis, diphtheria, tetanus, hemophilic infection, poliomyelitis covered 8711 children under 2 years of age (48.9%), Revaccination against pertussis, diphtheria, tetanus (ABCD) at the age of 6 years was 95.6%, at the age of 16 years -91.8%.
As of April 1, 2019, in Kyzylorda region, 103 refusals of preventive vaccinations were registered. The largest number of failures occurs in children under the age of 1 year - 33 (32.0%), 33.0% in children aged 2-5 years. The main reasons for refusals are personal and religious beliefs, which account for 33-35 %
For 6 months of 2019, a certain sanitary-educational work was carried out with the population on the prevention of refusals from preventive vaccinations in the region. During the reporting period, the specialists of the Public Health Protection Department distributed visual aids, memos - 15366, made speeches on TV - 7, spoke on radio-18, organized and conducted conversations with the public - 735, with representatives of religious communities - 18, published articles in the media - 14, posted materials on web sites-6, conducted 2998 conversations with the public.
In order to train medical workers in the region, only 27 seminars were held, where 586 doctors and 1195 paramedical workers were trained, of which 13 medical workers were sent for retraining.
Updated date: 07-11-2019 10:34