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Ojong A., Basuki E., Hendrawan H., Kamal K.
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The effectiveness of immunizing BP Indonesia (West Java) workers using influenza vaccinations to prevent influenza-like illnesses
2010
Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE International Conference on Health, Safety and Environment in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production 2010
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Department of Community Medicine, University of Indonesia, Indonesia; Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
Ojong, A., Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, Indonesia; Basuki, E., Department of Community Medicine, University of Indonesia, Indonesia; Hendrawan, H., Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, Indonesia; Kamal, K., Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
Influenza-like illnesses are often found among staff members. The influenza immunization program just covered 30% of the total number of workers. This research was therefore carried out to observe the effectiveness of immunizing BP Indonesia - West Java workers against the symptoms of influenza-like illnesses. This research used a case-control design of 1:1. The number of random samples per group was 88 people. Influenza-like illnesses were influenced by vaccinations (OR=4.83), workers' locations (OR=3.94), exercise activities (OR=3.86), smoking (OR=2.86) and Body Mass Index (OR=0.44). The average length of illness for workers who were immunized was 3 (3-5) days, while those who were not immunized experienced an average length of 4 (2-7) days. This difference was significant, with a p value of 0.008. The effectiveness of the influenza vaccination against influenza-like illness symptoms was 69.4%. This influenza vaccination program was the main determinant factor in reducing the incidence of influenza-like illnesses, with an effectiveness rate of 69.4%. Copyright 2010, Society of Petroleum Engineers.
Influenza vaccination; Influenza-like illnesses
Average length; Body mass index; Case-control; Determinant factors; Indonesia; P-values; Random sample; Staff members; Geological surveys; Immunization; Petroleum deposits; Petroleum engineering; Petroleum prospecting
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Conference Paper
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