Vaccination antigrippale des femmes enceintes : influence de la proposition vaccinale par les différents professionnels de santé

Abstract : Influenza vaccination is recommended among pregnant women, in France, since 2012 regardless of their stage of pregnancy. Both the pregnant women and their unborn child are at risk and likely to benefit from this vaccination, which is safe. We evaluated, among French pregnant women, the rate of vaccination recommendation by different healthcare professionals and its impact on vaccination coverage.
Methods
In this observational study, we asked through a survey postpartum women the date and place they gave birth, whether they got influenza vaccination during their pregnancy and whether a health care professional recommended them to.
Results
Of 1201 included pregnant women between November 2017 and April 2018 in 4 French maternities, 13.1% reported influenza vaccination and 32.8% reported receiving a recommendation. The risk ratio of vaccination when getting a recommendation was 51.5 (95% CI 23.0-115.5).
Conclusion
Our data demonstrate that influenza vaccination recommendation among pregnant women increases vaccination coverage. We should recommend it more often.
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Matthieu Casanova. Vaccination antigrippale des femmes enceintes : influence de la proposition vaccinale par les différents professionnels de santé. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02096603⟩

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