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Title: An evaluation of cold chain system for vaccines in Bangalore.
Authors: Sudarshan, M K
Sundar, M
Girish, N
Narendra, S
Patel, N G
Issue Date: 1-Mar-1994
Citation: Sudarshan MK, Sundar M, Girish N, Narendra S, Patel NG. An evaluation of cold chain system for vaccines in Bangalore. Indian Journal of Pediatrics. 1994 Mar-Apr; 61(2): 173-8
Abstract: The cold chain plays a major role in the universal immunization programme which helps in preventing against six major killer diseases in children. We collected 144 study samples randomly from different parts of Bangalore to know the training status of personnel, refrigeration facilities, storage, monitoring and potency of vaccines. It was observed that 6.6% of general practitioners were trained under Universal Immunization Programme, monitoring was not satisfactory, and two of the OPV samples from medical practitioners had an unsatisfactory titre dose. Comprehensive orientation/training on cold chain is essential for medical practitioners and other professionals.
URI: http://imsear.hellis.org/handle/123456789/82418
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