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Table 1 Data for demographics, epidemiological and parental work days lost

From: Burden of paediatric Rotavirus Gastroenteritis (RVGE) and potential benefits of a universal Rotavirus vaccination programme with a pentavalent vaccine in Spain

Model parameters Value References
Demographics   
Birth cohort size 441,283 23
Life expectancy 78.7 years 23
Mortality rate in case of no vaccination < 5 years 4/1,000 24
% of cases not seeking medical care 41.4% 29
% of G1-G2-G3-G4 97% 17
RVGE Burden (< 5 years)   
Annual hospitalization incidence rate 6.5/1000 21
Age group distribution (%):   
< 3 months 7.69  
3-6 months 5.77  
6-12 months 17.31  
12-24 months 34.62  
24-36 months 21.15  
36-48 months 9.62  
48-60 months 3.84  
Annual emergency visits incidence rate 18.9/1000 21
Age group distribution (%):   
< 3 months 1.0  
3-6 months 16.0  
6-12 months 22.0  
12-24 months 46.0  
24-36 months 11.0  
36-48 months 3.0  
48-60 months 1.0  
Annual PCC visits incidence rate 21.9/1000 21
Age group distribution (%):   
< 3 months 3.06  
3-6 months 6.12  
6-12 months 22.45  
12-24 months 39.80  
24-36 months 19.39  
36-48 months 6.12  
48-60 months 3.06  
Annual nosocomial infection incidence rate 1.6/1000 25
Age group distribution (%):   
< 3 months 31.85  
3-6 months 16.15  
6-12 months 26  
12-24 months 19  
24-36 months 5.5  
36-48 months 1.5  
48-60 months 0  
Parental work days lost (mean number of days/paediatric case)   
Hospitalized RVGE case 3.12 21
RVGE case seen in emergency visit 2.02 21
RVGE case seen in PCC visit 1.37 21
RVGE nosocomial infection 1.63 Assumption based on 21, 26, 27
RVGE not seeking medical attention 0.26 Assumption based on 37