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PRAMS and Influenza Vaccination Data Tables

Table 1 | Table 2 | PRAMS and Influenza Vaccination

Table 1. State-specific influenza vaccination coverage among women with a recent live birth-Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System, 2009-10 influenza season

Seasonal pH1N1 Seasonal or pH1N1 Both
State n %* CI n % CI n % CI n % CI

Overall 27,153 45.3 ±1.0 27,372 38.8 ±1.0 26,695 56.8 ±1.0 26,695 27.3 ±1.0
Arkansas 1,055 46.7 ±4.1 1063 39.2 ±3.9 1,051 56.3 ±4.0 1,051 29.2 ±3.7
Colorado 1,317 52.8 ±3.8 1316 44.2 ±3.8 1,267 66.9 ±3.7 1,267 31.8 ±3.6
Florida 927 26.1 ±3.3 924 28.7 ±3.5 904 38.9 ±3.8 904 15.0 ±2.7
Georgia 614 29.9 ±5.6 617 28.4 ±5.6 602 40.1 ±6.1 602 18.8 ±4.8
Hawaii 974 50.3 ±4.0 987 44.9 ±4.0 967 61.5 ±3.9 967 34.5 ±3.8
Illinois 1,071 47.1 ±3.2 1079 37.7 ±3.1 1,042 56.4 ±3.3 1,042 28.5 ±2.9
Louisiana 540 39.6 ±5.2 546 28.8 ±4.8 534 48.3 ±5.3 534 20.2 ±4.3
Maine 709 64.0 ±4.0 709 58.5 ±4.1 696 74.8 ±3.7 696 47.5 ±4.2
Maryland 1,080 46.1 ±4.5 1086 41.0 ±4.5 1,069 60.2 ±4.5 1,069 26.2 ±4.0
Massachusetts 996 67.5 ±4.0 996 57.6 ±4.2 979 78.7 ±3.5 979 46.2 ±4.3
Michigan 1,000 44.7 ±3.6 1009 37.6 ±3.5 972 54.6 ±3.6 972 27.0 ±3.3
Minnesota 917 67.9 ±3.3 919 52.5 ±3.5 883 75.2 ±3.1 883 45.8 ±3.6
Mississippi 862 37.2 ±4.0 866 21.9 ±3.4 855 41.9 ±4.1 855 17.2 ±3.1
Missouri 973 42.8 ±3.7 983 38.2 ±3.6 946 57.0 ±3.8 946 24.7 ±3.2
Nebraska 1,198 65.4 ±3.2 1207 56.5 ±3.3 1,188 78.0 ±2.8 1,188 43.9 ±3.4
New Jersey 1,053 36.8 ±3.2 1073 32.2 ±3.0 1,042 48.6 ±3.3 1,042 20.4 ±2.7
New York state 1,587 50.5 ±3.1 1617 38.4 ±3.0 1,576 59.3 ±3.1 1,576 28.9 ±2.9
New York
(excluding New York City)
693 54.7 ±4.7 700 41.5 ±4.6 688 64.8 ±4.6 688 31.2 ±4.4
New York City 894 45.9 ±4.1 917 35.0 ±3.9 888 53.3 ±4.1 888 26.3 ±3.6
Ohio 829 42.7 ±4.5 833 40.4 ±4.5 804 57.3 ±4.5 804 26.2 ±4.1
Oklahoma 1,432 49.1 ±4.4 1453 33.0 ±4.2 1,418 59.7 ±4.3 1,418 21.8 ±3.6
Rhode Island 821 63.7 ±3.9 823 62.9 ±3.9 797 80.2 ±3.3 797 46.0 ±4.1
South Carolina 676 45.3 ±6.5 684 40.3 ±6.4 665 61.6 ±6.4 665 24.7 ±5.6
Tennessee 650 41.2 ±5.1 659 29.9 ±4.4 640 49.6 ±5.2 640 21.7 ±4.0
Texas 898 44.9 ±4.1 909 40.4 ±4.0 878 58.4 ±4.0 878 26.7 ±3.8
Utah 1,124 57.8 ±3.2 1139 47.2 ±3.2 1,117 68.9 ±3.0 1,117 35.4 ±3.1
Vermont 742 66.3 ±3.4 744 63.3 ±3.5 739 79.6 ±2.9 739 49.9 ±3.6
Virginia 318 51.2 ±7.3 320 41.3 ±7.1 308 58.9 ±7.3 308 32.4 ±6.8
Washington 1,052 53.3 ±4.0 1054 51.4 ±4.0 1,023 67.8 ±3.9 1,023 37.6 ±3.9
West Virginia 1,121 44.2 ±3.6 1129 36.4 ±3.5 1,117 56.5 ±3.6 1,117 24.1 ±3.1
Wyoming 617 55.6 ±4.6 628 52.4 ±4.6 616 69.8 ±4.3 616 38.1 ±4.5

Median 973 47.1 983 40.4 946 59.3 946 28.5
Minimum 318 26.1 320 21.9 308 38.9 308 15.0
Maximum 1,587 67.9 1617 63.3 1,576 80.2 1576 49.9

*Vaccination coverages (%) and their associated confidence intervals are weighted to adjust for complex survey design and non-response, and the sample sizes are unweighted.

Half of the 95% confidence interval.

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Table 2. Prevalence of influenza vaccination by socio-demographic characteristics among women with a recent live birth from 29 participating states and New York city, Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System, 2009-10 influenza season(Percent plus/minus half the 95% confidence interval)

Seasonal pH1N1 Seasonal or pH1N1 Both
n %§ CI n % CI n % CI % CI

Age, years
<20 2,613 35.4 ±3.4 2,624 33.9 ±3.4 2,577 50.6 ±3.6 2,577 18.6 ±2.7
20-24 6,354 37.4 ±2.1 6,406 33.9 ±2.0 6,266 50.6 ±2.2 6,266 20.7 ±1.7
25-29 7,826 46.0 ±1.8 7,876 38.0 ±1.8 7,682 56.9 ±1.9 7,682 27.0 ±1.6
30-34 6,247 52.5 ±2.0 6,317 43.6 ±2.0 6,145 62.8 ±2 6,145 33.1 ±1.9
35+ 4,110 51.6 ±2.6 4,146 43.3 ±2.6 4,022 60.5 ±2.6 4,022 34.5 ±2.5
Race/Ethnicity
Hispanic 3,951 42.1 ±2.8 4,063 41.1 ±2.8 3,879 56.4 ±2.8 3,879 26.1 ±2.5
Non-Hispanic white 15,082 50.5 ±1.2 15,151 41.4 ±1.2 14,839 61.2 ±1.2 14,839 30.9 ±1.1
Non-Hispanic black 4,844 30.2 ±2.1 4,854 25.5 ±2.0 4,751 39.9 ±2.3 4,751 15.3 ±1.7
Non-Hispanic other 3,068 48.2 ±3.3 3,096 43.3 ±3.3 3,021 61.9 ±3.3 3,021 29.8 ±2.9
Medicaid
Yes 13,129 36.1 ±1.5 13,271 34.7 ±1.3 13,734 36.4 ±1.3 13,734 21.2 ±1.3
No 14,004 53.7 ±1.3 14,082 42.5 ±1.5 12,942 49.3 ±1.5 12,942 32.8 ±1.3
Private insurance
Yes 12,306 55.5 ±1.4 12,333 43.8 ±1.4 12,060 65.4 ±1.4 12,060 34.2 ±1.3
No 14,840 36.6 ±1.4 15,032 34.6 ±1.4 14,628 49.5 ±1.4 14,628 21.4 ±1.2
WIC participant*
Yes 6,599 37.2 ±2.0 6,682 37.3 ±2.0 6,483 52.1 ±2.1 6,483 22.2 ±1.8
No 7,746 51.7 ±1.8 7,776 42.7 ±1.8 7,597 62.4 ±1.8 7,597 32.0 ±1.7
HCP recommended or offered vaccination
Yes 19,004 61.1 ±1.2 19,050 48.5 ±1.2 18,653 71.1 ±1.1 18,653 38.7 ±1.2
No 8,006 11.8 ±1.1 8,028 17.9 ±1.5 7,912 26.5 ±1.6 7,912 3.1 ±0.7

* Participant in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC).

† The question was asked, “At any time during your most recent pregnancy, did a doctor, nurse, or other health care worker offer you a seasonal flu shot or tell you to get one?”

§ Vaccination coverages (%) and their associated confidence intervals are weighted to adjust for complex survey design and non-response, and the sample sizes are unweighted.

¶ Half of the 95% confidence interval.

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