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Table 5 Feedback Regarding Bracelet Visibility from Intervention Group (A & B) Study Participants

From: Effect of vaccine reminder and tracker bracelets on routine childhood immunization coverage and timeliness in urban Pakistan (2017-18): a randomized controlled trial

Indicators Intervention A: Adapted Alma Sana Bracelet
(n = 444)
Intervention B: Star Bracelet
(n = 446)
Total
(n = 890)
Ever wear bracelet, n(%) 389 (87.6) 389 (87.2) 778 (87.4)
Frequency of wearing bracelet (n = 389,389), n(%)
 All the time 56 (14.4) 59 (15.2) 115 (14.8)
 Before coming to EPI Center 198 (50.9) 185 (47.6) 383 (49.2)
 Sometimes 135 (34.7) 145 (37.3) 280 (36.0)
Duration of wearing bracelet (n = 135,145), n(%)
 Rarely (days at a stretch) 27 (20.0) 27 (18.6) 54 (19.3)
 Some of the time (weeks at a stretch) 36 (26.7) 42 (29.0) 78 (27.9)
 Most of the time (months at a stretch) 72 (53.3) 76 (52.4) 148 (52.8)
Bracelet was within sight when child was not wearing ita (n = 388,387), n(%) 309 (79.6) 307 (79.3) 616 (79.5)
Location of bracelet when child was not wearing ita, n(%)
 With EPI Card 313 (80.6) 306 (79.1) 619 (79.9)
 Bracelet was lost 22 (5.7) 23 (5.9) 45 (5.8)
 Others 53 (13.6) 58 (15.0) 111 (14.3)
  1. aDenominator based on children who never wore a bracelet or wore bracelet before coming to the center or wore bracelet only sometimes