[Safety and epidemiological effects of the first China-made mass A (H1N1) influenza vaccination].

Abstract

OBJECTIVE To evaluate the safety and epidemiological effects on the first mass vaccination program, using the China-made A (H1N1) influenza vaccine. METHODS Descriptive epidemiology and cohort study design were used to assess the influenza A H1N1 vaccine on its safety and epidemiological effects. RESULTS 95 244 subjects were immunized with A (H1N1) influenza vaccine. 193 adverse events were reported through AEFI Management System, with the Reported rates of AEFI as 2.03‰. Most of the adverse events (137/193, 71.0%) happened during the first 24 hours after immunization was carried out. Of 81 adverse reactions confirmed to be related to immunization, with 78 (96.3%) showed mild reactions. No Guillain-Barre Syndrome related to vaccination was reported through the AEFI Management System. The epidemiological protection rate of A (H1N1) vaccine could reach 80.9% when the coverage was not considered. CONCLUSION The A (H1N1) influenza vaccine showed a similar safety profile to seasonal flu vaccine. The vaccine demonstrated a good epidemiological effects against A (H1N1) influenza virus infection.

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@article{Ji2010SafetyAE, title={[Safety and epidemiological effects of the first China-made mass A (H1N1) influenza vaccination].}, author={Wen-yan Ji and Li Lu and Min L{\"{u} and Liang Miao and Ting Gao and Ruo-gang Huang and Luo-dan Suo and Dong-lei Liu and Rui Ma and Rui Yu and Jia-zi Zhangzhu and Wei-Xiang Liu and Yang Zeng and Xiaomei Li and Jiang Wu}, journal={Zhonghua liu xing bing xue za zhi = Zhonghua liuxingbingxue zazhi}, year={2010}, volume={31 5}, pages={481-4} }