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Volume 14, Number 5—May 2008

Research

Increasing Hospital Admissions for Pneumonia, England

Caroline L. Trotter*Comments to Author , James M. Stuart†, Robert C. George‡, and Elizabeth Miller‡
Author affiliations: *University of Bristol, Bristol, UK; †Health Protection Agency, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, UK; ‡Health Protection Agency Centre for Infections, London, UK;

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Trends in age-standardized incidence of hospital admission with a primary diagnosis of pneumonia-specific International Classification of Diseases (10th revision) codes, by Hospital Episode Statistics year (April to March). *Additional data on percentage of all admissions due to pneumonia published by the Information Centre for Health and Social Care (www.ic.nhs.uk). Data not available for 1997–98.

Figure 1. Trends in age-standardized incidence of hospital admission with a primary diagnosis of pneumonia-specific International Classification of Diseases (10th revision) codes, by Hospital Episode Statistics year (April to March). *Additional data on percentage of all admissions due to pneumonia published by the Information Centre for Health and Social Care (www.ic.nhs.uk). Data not available for 1997–98.

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