2019, Number 1
Rev Latin Infect Pediatr 2019; 32 (1)
Mascareñas-de los Santos AH, Vaquera-Aparicio DN, De la O-Cavazos ME, Castillo-Bejarano JI
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ABSTRACTInfluenza is an important cause of morbidity and mortality in the population. Vaccination coverage plays an important role in the reduction of complications due to the disease, besides being a cost-effective tool; however, the prevalence of myths around it leads to a decreased national coverage. In the present work, we analyze the relationship between the prevalence of complications due to the disease versus the reports of adverse effects associated with vaccination.