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Hepatitis B Birth Dose Vaccination among Vietnamese Children: Implications for the Expanded Program on Immunization

Table 1

Prevalence of receiving timely the birth dose of hepatitis B vaccination by selected socioeconomic factors among Vietnamese children aged 0–23 months, MICS 2014 (n=1382).

CharacteristicsUn-weighted sample size Weighted prevalenceChi-Square
n (weighted %)% (95%CI)p-value

Sex0.7
 Male741(54)62.3(57.6,66.7)
 Female641(46)63.4(58.8,67.7)
Low birth weight<0.01
 No1311(95.4)63.8(60.2,67.3)
 Yes71(4.6)41.6(29.2,55.2)
Mother’s age<0.01
 <2091(5.5)35.3(25.0,47.3)
 20-351131(83.4)64.6(60.8,68.2)
 36-49160(11.1)62.7(53.8,70.8)
Mother’s education<0.01
 Primary or less259(16.1)42.7(34.0,51.8)
 Lower secondary479(36.4)63.6(58.6,68.4)
 Upper secondary and tertiary644(47.5)68.9(64.5,73.1)
Ethnicity<0.01
 Kinh1062(83.7)69.1(65.6,72.4)
 Minority320(16.3)30.3(23.7,37.9)
Area<0.01
 Urban526(29.8)69.6(64.5,74.3)
 Rural856(70.2)59.9(55.2,64.4)
Mother’s wealth status<0.01
 1st quintile (poorest)329(19.3)38.6(31.3,46.4)
 2nd quintile245(19.6)66.2(59.2,72.6)
 3rd quintile250(20.1)62.2(55.5,68.5)
 4th quintile284(21.5)76.7(69.8,82.4)
 5th quintile (richest)274(19.5)68.5(62.1,74.3)

Overall1382(100)62.8(59.2,66.3)

CI: confidence interval.

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