Volume 17, Number 9—September 2011
Susceptibility of Health Care Students to Measles, Paris, France
|Characteristic||Medical students, n = 178||Nursing students, n = 147||Midwifery students, n = 107||Total, n = 432|
|Median age, y||23||22||22||22|
|Gender ratio, M:F||0.68||0.09||0.05||0.26|
|One dose, % (95% CI)||79.9 (67.1–88.6)||85.7 (67.1–88.6)||76.8 (63.1–86.5)||79.3 (71.0–85.8)|
|Two doses, % (95% CI)||46.3 (31.2–62.2)||66.9 (55.2–76.8)||55.7 (41.1–69.4)||49.6 (40.3–59.1)|
*CI, confidence interval.
1These authors contributed equally to this article.
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