Volume 21 No 3 (2023)
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Evaluation of Blood parameters, Covid-19 Vaccine Adverse effects, Hesitancy, and Acceptance rate in Pregnant Women: A Cross-sectional study
Bilal Halim, Dr. Saba Shaheen, Assad Rehman,Muhammad Zahid Ali , Misbah Khalil, Ayesha Nawaz, Faisal Zaman, Arzoo Nazeer, Muhammad Ramzan,Fahim Ullah, Sayed Sohail Ahmad, Shah Zeb
The study aimed to analyzepre and post-Covid-19 vaccination adverse reactions experienced by pregnant women. The sum of 145 samples of blood collected from the pregnant women enrolled in Tertiary care hospitals, in Peshawar. Those pregnant women who participated from Peshawar were 54, Dir 23, Charsda 16, Mardan 15, Swat 12, Banu 7, Kohat 4, Malakand 3, Dera Ismail Khan 4, Dara Khyber 2, Mohmand 2, Parachinar 1, Laki marwat 1 and Bajwar was 1.Our study examined the slight change in signs and symptoms in pregnant women against Covid-19 vaccines but did not find any change in the blood parameters. Our findings isolated good results of Covid-19 vaccine acceptance in pregnant women but need more studies and clinical trials to develop a safe, effective and potent vaccine for pregnant women.Recognizing mentalities among study groups will be valuable for coming up with vaccine strategies that increment the ongoing pandemic
Acceptance rate, Covid-19 vaccination, Hesitancy, Pregnant women, signs and Symptoms
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