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A microcomputer system used for the management of a trial of rotavirus vaccine in The Gambia is described. This system facilitated call and recall of infants due for vaccination. The resulting compliance is reported and compared retrospectively with vaccination records in the same community.

Original publication

DOI

10.1016/0010-4825(88)90045-5

Type

Journal article

Journal

Comput Biol Med

Publication Date

1988

Volume

18

Pages

179 - 193

Keywords

Anthropometry, Clinical Trials as Topic, Computers, Gambia, Humans, Infant, Management Information Systems, Microcomputers, Patient Compliance, Poliovirus Vaccine, Oral, Random Allocation, Retrospective Studies, Rotavirus Infections, Software Design, Viral Vaccines