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Table 2 Crude incidence rates of Shigella by site and age group in Santa Rosa and Quetzaltenango Departments, Guatemala, 2008–2012

From: Burden of laboratory-confirmed shigellosis infections in Guatemala 2007-2012: results from a population-based surveillance system

  Santa Rosa Quetzaltenango b
Number of Cases Crude Incidence Rate per 100,000 Population
(95% CI)a
Number of Cases Crude Incidence Rate per 100,000 Population
(95% CI)a
Overall 231 15.1 (13.2, 17.1) 23 1.2 (0.76, 1.79)
2008
<  5 years 34 91.9 (63.7, 128.4)   
All ages 52 21.1 (15.8, 27.7)   
2009
<  5 years 32 85.6 (58.5, 120.8) 0 0.0 (0.0, 7.5)
All ages 54 21.5 (16.2, 28.1) 1 0.3 (0.008, 1.7)
2010
<  5 years 26 68.8 (45.0, 100.8) 1 1.8 (0.05, 10.0)
All ages 46 18.0 (13.2, 24.0) 2 0.5 (0.07, 2.0)
2011
<  5 years 20 52.3 (32.0, 80.8) 3 5.3 (1.1, 15.5)
All ages 36 13.8 (9.7, 19.1) 4 1.1 (0.29, 2.7)
2012 c
<  5 years 18 69.7 (41.3, 110.1) 12 31.1 (16.1, 54.4)
All ages 43 24.1 (17.5, 32.5) 16 6.2 (3.5, 10.0)
  1. a95% CI represents Upper Limit (UL), Lower Limit (LL)
  2. bSurveillance in Quetzaltenango began in 2009
  3. cRates account for partial year through August 31