Minimum interval DTaP schedule helps vaccine compliance

05/29/2009 | Medscape (free registration)

A minimum interval DTaP schedule during a pertussis outbreak could increase the number of children who get polio and pneumococcal vaccines, according to Arizona public health researchers. The study, which included 45,129 Arizona children, found those in the minimum interval group were more likely than those in the standard group to receive all three doses of DTaP, IPV and PCV.

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