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Research Article

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

Table 2

Selected factors associated with receiving timely the birth dose of hepatitis B vaccination among children aged 0-23 months, 2014: multivariate logistic regression analysis (n=1382).

CharacteristicsOR (95% CI)

Sex
 Male1
 Female1.03(0.79,1.34)
Low birth weight
 Yes
 No2.13(1.16,3.89)
Ethnicity
 Minority1
 Kinh/Hoa3.15(2.04,4.88)
Area
 Rural1
 Urban1.25(0.86,1.82)
Mother’s age
 <201
 20-352.24(1.26,3.98)
 36-492.17(1.1,4.31)
Mother’s education
 Primary or less1
 Lower secondary1.68(1.11,2.53)
 Upper secondary and tertiary1.74(1.13,2.67)
Mother’s wealth status
 1st quintile (poorest)1
 2nd quintile1.65(1.06,2.56)
 3rd quintile1.18(0.73,1.9)
 4th quintile2.06(1.17,3.64)
 5th quintile (richest)1.17(0.65,2.11)

OR: Odd ratio; CI: confidence interval
: significant at 0.05, 0.01, and 0.001, respectively.

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