Influence of non-specific sensitivity on the effectiveness of B.C.G. vaccination

Sivaraman, V.; Umasankar, V.; Ramalingam, B.R. and Suguna, B. (1979) Influence of non-specific sensitivity on the effectiveness of B.C.G. vaccination. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 26 (4). pp. 191-198.

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Abstract

The effectiveness of B.C.G. Vaccination may be measured in terms of number of cases prevented. The results indicate that B.C.G. might be a cheap and effective tool in the fight against tuberculosis even in areas with non-specific sensitivity within certain prevalence limits of infection and non-specific sensitivity.

EPrint Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:B.C.G. Vaccination, Effectiveness, Tuberculosis, Prevalence, Costs
Subjects:Investigative Techniques > Epidemiologic Methods > Data Collection > Vital Statistics > Morbidity > Prevalence
Investigative Techniques > Evaluation Studies
Respiratory Tract Diseases > Lung Diseases > Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
-Journal Repositories > Indian Journal of Tuberculosis
Social Sciences > Economics
Health Care Economics and Organizations > Economics
Therapeutics > Biological Therapy > Immunotherapy > Immunization > Immunotherapy, Active > Vaccination
Immunologic and Biological Factors > Biological Products > Vaccines > Bacterial Vaccines > Tuberculosis Vaccines > BCG Vaccine
Respiratory Tract Diseases > Respiratory Tract Infections > Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
ID Code:2112
Deposited By:Mrs Naina Pandita
Deposited On:07 May 2007

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