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Volume 16, Number 9—September 2010

Research

Pediatric Pneumococcal Serotypes in 4 European Countries

Germaine Hanquet1Comments to Author , Esther Kissling, Asuncion Fenoll, Robert C. George, Agnes Lepoutre, Tinne Lernout, David Tarragó, Emmanuelle Varon, and Jan Verhaegen
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Scientific Institute of Public Health, Brussels, Belgium (G. Hanquet, E. Kissling, T. Lernout); Belgian Knowledge Centre, Brussels (G. Hanquet); Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid, Spain (A. Fenoll, D. Tarragó,); Health Protection Agency, London, UK (R. George); Institut de Veille Sanitaire, Saint Maurice, France (A. Lepoutre); Hôpital Européen G. Pompidou, Paris, France (E. Varon); Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Pneumococcus Reference Laboratory, Leuven, Belgium (J. Verhaegen)

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Figure 6

Incidence of serotype 19A invasive pneumococcal disease in children <5 years of age (black lines) showing breakdown of erythromycin-resistant (blue lines) versus -susceptible (green lines) infections and rate of macrolide use (gold line) in outpatient settings for A) Spain, B) Belgium, and C) France, 1996–2006. *Defined daily doses per 1,000 inhabitants per day.

Figure 6. Incidence of serotype 19A invasive pneumococcal disease in children <5 years of age (black lines) showing breakdown of erythromycin-resistant (blue lines) versus -susceptible (green lines) infections and rate of macrolide use (gold line) in outpatient settings for A) Spain, B) Belgium, and C) France, 1996–2006. *Defined daily doses per 1,000 inhabitants per day.

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1Current affiliation: Belgian Healthcare Agency, Brussels, Belgium.

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