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Table 2 Showing studies conducted in slum populations in India reporting immunization status of children since 2000

From: Immunization, urbanization and slums – a systematic review of factors and interventions

Ref First Author Year Population Location Sample size Immunization Status (%) Notes
Complete Partial Unimmunized
[9] Kulkarni 2013 Children 12–23 months Mumbai 352 88.7 11.9 Complete or incomplete
[101] Damor 2013 Children 1–5 years Jamnagar 450 75.0 13.3 11.6  
[39] Kadarkar 2016 Children 12–23 months Mumbai 336 75.0 22.3 2.7  
[45] Trivedi 2014 Children 12–23 months Rewa 210 72.4 21.9 5.7  
[56] Kar 2001 Children 12–23 months South Delhi 166 69.3 15.7 15.1  
[49] Wadgave 2012 Children <5 years Solapur 420 64.3 25.6 9.8  
[53] >Kusuma 2010 Rural-urban migrant children up to 2 years Delhi 746 60.2 34.9 4.9 Settled migrants
[40] Awasthi 2015 Children 12–23 months Varanasi 384 57.0 43.0 Complete or incomplete
[41] Khan 2015 Children 12–23 months Jagdalpur 225 55.1 30.7 14.2  
[57] Desai 2003 Children 9–59 months Surat 3035 49.3 51.7 Measles only
[50] Sachdeva 2012 Children 12–23 months New Delhi 210 47.8 17.2 35.2 Hep B only
[42] Kulkarni 2014 Children 12–23 months Hyderabad 510 44.1 32.0 23.9  
[54] Nath 2007 Children 12–23 months Lucknow 510 44.1 32.0 23.9  
[44] Agarwal 2014 Children <5 years Kanpur 390 41.4 44.8 13.8  
[53] >Kusuma 2010 Rural-urban migrant children up to 2 years Delhi 746 39.7 54.8 5.5 Recent migrants
[102] Gupta 2012 Children <5 years Bhopal 790 35.2 48.2 n/a 16.4% status unknown
[47] Angandi 2013 Children 12–23 months Bijapur 155 34.8 62.6 2.6  
[52] Jain 2010 Children 12–23 months Meerut 216 31.0 17.1 51.9  
[103] Sharma 2009 Children 12–23 months Surat 300 25.1 51.7 23.1  
[55] Mathew 2002 Children <5 years New Delhi 500 25.0 44.4 30.6  
[7] #Sharma 2015 Children 12–23 months Chandigarh 310 23.0 73.0 3.0 Non-migrants
[51] Ghei 2010 Children 10–23 months Agra 1728 14.0 45.0 41.0  
[7] #Sharma 2015 Children 12–23 months Chandigarh 310 3.0 91.0 6.0 Migrants
  1. > and # denote results from the same study disaggregated by migration status