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SQL: Meningitis B Doses for 16-21 Year Olds


This report shows list of active patients ages 16-21 and the total number of meningitis B vaccines that they have received.

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“Meningitis B” vaccines are any vaccines listed in the patient’s vaccine chart with CVX codes 162-164.  They could have been given by the practice or recorded as legacy vaccines from elsewhere.


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select a.*, total_menb from 
select patno, fname,lname, birthdat, floor(datediff(month, dateadd(day,-extract(day from birthdat)+1,birthdat),  dateadd(day,-extract (day from birthdat)+1,cast('today' as date)) )/12) as age

from register

where status_pat ='ACTIVE'  and patno >99 
and lname <> 'TESTPATIENT'
) a

left outer join
(select patno, count(vacname) as total_menb from vaccine1 where cvxcode in (163,162,164) group by patno) v
on a.patno = v.patno
where age between 16 and 21