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Table 2 Immunizations administered after epilepsy diagnosis

From: Risk of seizures after immunization in children with epilepsy: a risk interval analysis

  N %
Number of immunization visits per subject (N = 80)
 1 45 31
  ≥ 2 35 24
Vaccine type(s) administered at immunization visits (N = 161)
 Inactivated vaccine(s) only 94 58
 Live vaccine(s) only 7 4
 Live and inactivated vaccines co-administered 60 37
 DTaP 76 47
 Influenza 27 17
 MenC 7 4
 MMR/MMRV 22 14
 PCV 16 10
 Rotavirus 3 2
 Varicella 5 3
 Other 5 3
Age at immunization event (N = 161)
 0–11 months 39 24
 12–23 months 47 29
 24–47 months 21 13
 48–83 months 54 34
Season of immunization (N = 161)
 Winter 30 19
 Spring 30 19
 Summer 56 35
 Fall 45 28
  1. DTaP, Diphtheria-Tetanus-acellular Pertussis; MenC, meningococcal conjugate vaccine; MMR, measles-mumps-rubella; MMRV, measles-mumps-rubella-varicella; PCV, pneumococcal conjugate vaccine
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