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Adverse Events Following Q Fever Immunisation in Young Adults

The University of Sydney
Associate Professor Nicholas Wood (Principal investigator) Emily Sellens (Aggregated by)
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The dataset is part of data collection of Frequency of Adverse Events Following Q Fever Immunisation in Young Adults project which collected Q fever vaccine (Q-VAX®) adverse events following immunisation (AEFI) data in veterinary and animal science students at Australian universities. Students were enrolled at the time of vaccination and were emailed a link to an online AEFI survey one week later. Of the 60% (499/827) that responded, 85% were female and the median age was 18 years. Local injection site reactions (ISRs) occurred in 98% (95%; CI 96–99%) of respondents. Systemic AEFI occurred in 60% (95%; CI 55–64%) of respondents within the seven days following immunisation. Medical attention was sought by 19/499 (3.8%) respondents, of whom one sought treatment at a hospital emergency department.

This dataset is an excel file of data obtained from a survey of young adults following Q fever immunisation. The survey contained questions pertaining to local and systemic adverse events following immunisation; frequency, size and onset of local reactions, and the presence of systemic events within the seven days following vaccination. The data headings can be interpreted with the data dictionary provided within the excel file. 

Citation: Sellens, Emily; Wood, Nicholas; Comeau, Jeannette (2018) Adverse Events Following Q Fever Immunisation in Young Adults. The University of Sydney. http://doi.org/10.25910/5c16c958d1bb8

Companion Journal Article "Frequency of Adverse Events Following Q Fever Immunisation in Young Adults" at: https://doi.org/10.3390/vaccines6040083 

Date Submitted : 16 12 2018

Data time period: 2013-01-01 to 2016-12-31

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