IAP GUIDEBOOK ON IMMUNIZATION PDF

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Adverse reactions to vaccines practice parameter update. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. Institute of medicine of the national academies. Report: adverse effects of vaccines Evidence and causality, Pattern of adverse events following immunization in an Indian teaching hospital.

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Clin Vaccin Immunol. Surveillance of adverse events following immunization in Minhang district of Shanghai from to Zhonghua Er Ke Za Zhi. Mansoor O, Pillans PI. Primary interest refers to the principal goals of the profession or activity, such as the protection of clients, the health of patients, the integrity of research, and the duties of public office. Secondary interest includes not only financial gain but also such motives as the desire for professional advancement and the wish to do favors for family and friends.

But COI rules usually focus on financial relationships because they are relatively more objective, tradable, and quantifiable. The secondary interests are not treated as wrong in themselves, but become objectionable when they are believed to have greater weight than the primary interests. The conflict in a COI exists whether or not a particular individual or a group is actually influenced by the secondary interest.

It exists if the circumstances are reasonably believed on the basis of past experience and objective evidence to create a risk that decisions may be unduly influenced by secondary interests. Definition of Conflict of Interest The legal definition of COI is A term used to describe the situation in which a public official or fiduciary who, contrary to the IAP Guidebook on Immunization 23 obligation and absolute duty to act for the benefit of the public or a designated individual, exploits the relationship for personal 1 benefit, typically pecuniary.

The other, expressions used is A situation where a professional, or a corporation, has a vested interest which may make them an unreliable source. The interest could be money, status, knowledge or reputation, for example. When such a situation arises, the party is usually asked to remove themselves, and it is often legally required of them.

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A conflict of interest depends on the situation, and not on the actions or character of an individual investigator. The official is on both sides of the deal.

Outside employment: The interests of one job contradict another. Family interests: A spouse, child, or other close relative is employed or applies for employment or where goods or services are downloadd from such a relative or a firm controlled by a relative. For this reason, many employment applications ask if one is related to a current employee. It was observed that from April through the number of acute diarrheal diseases reported were Similarly, sample positivity reported for enteric fever was The numbers reflect the picture for an entire population with no age- and region-specific analysis.

To prevent diarrheal disease in children due to rotavirus, the vaccine has been launched since but only in four states. Similar is the situation for Typhoid vaccine.

However, a large proportion is still devoid of these preventive measures. Table 2: Change in vaccine preventable diseases burden past decade in India Click here to view The prevalence of symptoms of acute respiratory infections among children under the age of 5 years has increased from 2. Hence, the results are yet to be commented on. India has a virtually nonexistent vaccine-preventable disease surveillance system and Pertussis and Diphtheria are not considered an important public health problem.

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The number of cases of Diphtheria has decreased but has increased in case of pertussis in the past one decade [Table 2]. It is also important that there should be an age-specific and country-specific data about vaccine-preventable diseases to plan and implement immunization programs.

Maternal and neonatal tetanus has been declared to be eliminated from India in The main factors responsible were safe delivery practices and cord care. Moreover, the second dose of tetanus toxoid TT2 coverage had remained steady in India and had rather decreased in The decrease in tuberculosis incidence in 10 years can also be attributed to a mix of factors such as improvement in living conditions, nutrition, and sanitation. Discussion Immunization in India is provided by the public as well as the private sector.

UIP is only followed by the health-care providers in the public sector. The private sector is not bound by law of the land to abide by the policies laid down for health care.

However, it is the duty of the pediatrician to explain and share all information regarding the optional vaccines recommended by IAP so that the parents are able to make the correct decision regarding the immunization of their child. The right to decide on the final immunization schedule for the child remains with the parents. Hence, it becomes more of advice than a counseling process in our country and parents generally accept what a professional recommends for their child. Moreover, economic benefits to the private practitioner may outweigh the actual benefit to the client besides causing them discomfort.

To regulate the private sector the government needs to ensure essential vaccination on the one hand through the private practitioners and avoid any unnecessary vaccination causing financial burden to the family. Immunization should finally be made free of cost, whether provided by the public or the private practitioner.

A consensus between the IAP and the GOI is essential regarding the immunization schedule, so as to avoid any confusion to the clients and practitioners both.

This would encourage the participation of the private sector in delivering optimal immunization services accessible and affordable to all. There is lack of quantitative data on the frequency of diseases or mortality, from the agencies of GOI concerned with disease control, such as the national institute of communicable diseases and the Central Bureau of Health Intelligence. Lack of an efficient system for surveillance, lag in time taken between recommendations of the NTAGI and the implementation in the states and the ambiguity in the roles of the state Governments and the GOI while implementing the recommendations are just a few of the many factors leading to underperformance of the Immunization division.

In states where JE vaccine is a part of the UIP, the child whose parents have moved to other states in search of work may not receive the vaccine and remain susceptible.COI is sometimes termed competition of interest rather than conflict, emphasizing a connotation of natural competition between valid interests rather than violent conflict with its connotation of victimhood and unfair aggression.

Shannon, former director of the NIH had once stated, The only safe vaccine is a vaccine that is never used. The history of vaccine research and production in India is almost as old as the history of vaccines themselves.

Wkly Epidemiol Rec. It exists if the circumstances are reasonably believed on the basis of past experience and objective evidence to create a risk that decisions may be unduly influenced by secondary interests.

Effective behavior change communication would increase the demand for vaccination. Zhonghua Er Ke Za Zhi.

Process Following an IAP ACVIP meeting on 3rd and 4th August, , a draft of revised recommendations for the year and updates on certain new vaccine formulations was prepared and circulated among the meeting participants to arrive at a consensus. This is followed by state-level training of trainees followed by district and block level trainings.

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