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Table 3 Proportion of children receiving vaccination in out-of-sequence (FIC-OS) by 12 months of age among children aged 12–23 months by different background factors

From: Fully immunized child: coverage, timing and sequencing of routine immunization in an urban poor settlement in Nairobi, Kenya

  Late BCG (%) Pentas<>OPVs (%) Penta>=MV (%) FIC-OS (%) N Overall P value
Overall 4.0 18.2 0.8 21.7 2541
Sex       
 Male 4.5 17.5 0.9 21.3 1270 0.646
 Female 3.5 18.9 0.8 22.1 1271
Postnatal       
 No PN 6.5 24.0 0.6 29.2 154 0.021
 PN 3.9 17.7 0.8 21.2 2378  
Mother’s age group       
 11–20 4.3 20.2 0.9 24.1 585 0.185
 21–24 4.3 16.5 0.8 20.3 792  
 25–29 3.0 17.5 0.8 20.0 635  
 30–55 4.0 19.3 0.7 22.6 455  
Education       
 <Primary 1.9 25.9 0.0 25.9 54 0.080
 Primary 4.0 18.7 0.9 22.2 1647  
 Secondary+ 3.6 15.2 0.4 18.5 723  
Delivery place       
 Health facility 2.5 17.7 0.6 20.0 2140  
 Non-HF 12.2 20.3 2.0 31.0 394 <0.001
Parity       
 Parity1 4.1 18.0 0.2 21.5 885 0.543
 Parity2 3.9 17.2 1.2 20.6 778  
 Parity3+ 4.1 19.1 1.1 22.9 870  
Ethnicity       
 Kikuyu 2.7 20.1 0.0 22.2 672 0.001
 Luhya 5.0 20.3 1.4 25.1 438  
 Luo 5.4 22.2 1.4 26.7 352  
 Kamba 3.8 14.4 0.7 17.9 613  
 Other 3.6 14.7 1.0 17.5 388  
Wealth status       
 Lower 4.3 25.4 1.2 29.0 748 <0.001
 Middle 3.5 17.7 0.5 20.5 854  
 Upper 4.2 12.6 0.8 16.7 850  
Study site       
 Korogocho 4.4 26.9 1.1 30.5 1033  
 Viwandani 3.8 12.2 0.7 15.7 1508 <0.001
  1. Proportions significantly different at 5 % level of significance are highlighted in italics
  2. Late BCG BCG given together or after any pentavalent or measles, Pentas<>OPVs corresponding pentavalent and polio not given together, Penta>=MV pentavalent given together or after measles, FIC-OS fully immunized child by 12 months with either late BCG, Pentas<>OPVs or Penta>=MV
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