Perinatal Outcomes of Asynchronous Influenza Vaccination, Ceará, Brazil, 2013–2018
José Q. Filho, Francisco S. Junior, Thaisy B.R. Lima, Vânia A.F. Viana, Jaqueline S.V. Burgoa, Alberto M. Soares, Álvaro M. Leite, Simone A. Herron, Hunter L. Newland, Kunaal S. Sarnaik, Gabriel F. Hanson, Jason A. Papin, Sean R. Moore
, and Aldo A.M. Lima
Author affiliations: Federal University of Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil (J.Q. Filho, F.S. Junior, A.M. Soares, Á.M. Leite, A.A.M. Lima); Ceará State Health Secretariat, Fortaleza (T.B.R. Lima); Central Public Health Laboratory of Ceará, Fortaleza (V.A.F. Viana, J.S.V. Burgoa); University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA (S.A. Herron, H.L Newland, K.S. Sarnaik, G.F. Hanson, J.A. Papin, S.R. Moore)
Figure 4. Associations between SARI among pregnant women and birth outcomes, Ceará, Brazil, 2018. A) By birthweight; B) by gestational score. Gestational length scored using a 1–6 scale in which 1 indicates <22 weeks, 2 indicates 22–27 weeks, 3 indicates 28–31 weeks, 4 indicates 32–36 weeks, 5 indicates 37–41 weeks, and 6 indicates >42 weeks of gestation. SARI, severe acute respiratory infection.
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