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Table 2 Health-related indicators

From: High levels of mortality, exposure to violence and psychological distress experienced by the internally displaced population of Ein Issa camp prior to and during their displacement in Northeast Syria, November 2017

Indicator Total n % (95% CI)
Two-week morbidity prevalence (N = 1482)
 Any illness 1479* 637 43.1% (40.6–45.6)
 Gynaecological illness 334a 19 5.7% (3.6–8.8)
Non-communicable disease prevalence among adults (N = 582)
 Any NCD 582 165 28.4% (24.8–32.3)
 CVD 582 29 5.0% (3.5–7.1)
 Hypertension 582 28 4.8% (3.3–6.9)
 Disability 582 25 4.3% (2.9–6.3)
 Asthma and other chronic respiratory conditions 582 24 4.1% (2.8–6.1)
 Musculoskeletal disease (incl. arthritis) 582 23 4.0% (2.6–5.9)
 Diabetes 582 22 3.8% (2.5–5.7)
Vaccination coverage in children aged 6–59 months (N = 263)
 One dose of BCG 259* 222 85.7% (80.9–89.5)
 Four doses of polio vaccine in children aged 24–59 months 172b 45 26.2% (20.1–33.3)
 Two doses of measles vaccine aged 24–59 months 170b 47 27.6% (21.4–34.9)
 Four doses of pentavalent vaccine aged 24–59 months 172b 35 20.3% (14.9–27.1)
 Full immunization for BCG, polio, measles and pentavalent aged 24–59 months 170b 24 14.1% (9.6–20.3).
Malnutrition prevalence among children aged 6–59 months (N = 263)
 GAM 249* 9 3.6% (1.9–6.8)
 SAM 249* 0
  1. * Missing values were excluded
  2. a Total number of women of childbearing age (15–45 years)
  3. b Total number of children aged 24–59 months (N = 173), missing values excluded