Effectiveness of reactive oral cholera vaccination in rural Haiti: a case-control study and bias-indicator analysis.

@article{Ivers2015EffectivenessOR,
  title={Effectiveness of reactive oral cholera vaccination in rural Haiti: a case-control study and bias-indicator analysis.},
  author={L. Ivers and Isabelle J. Hilaire and Jessica E. Teng and C. P. Almazor and J. Jerome and Ralph Ternier and J. Boncy and J. Buteau and M. Murray and J. Harris and M. Franke},
  journal={The Lancet. Global health},
  year={2015},
  volume={3 3},
  pages={
          e162-8
        }
}
BACKGROUND Between April and June, 2012, a reactive cholera vaccination campaign was done in Haiti with an oral inactivated bivalent whole-cell vaccine. We aimed to assess the effectiveness of the vaccine in a case-control study and to assess the likelihood of bias in that study in a bias-indicator study. METHODS Residents of Bocozel or Grand Saline who were eligible for the vaccination campaign (ie, age ≥12 months, not pregnant, and living in the region at the time of the vaccine campaign… Expand
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