Volume 21, Number 9—September 2015
Emerging Infections Program
Emerging Infections Program
Use of Pneumococcal Disease Epidemiology to Set Policy and Prevent Disease during 20 Years of the Emerging Infections Program
||Vaccine effectiveness/efficacy, % (95% CI)
||NCKP trial 2000
|All PCV7 types||Healthy: 96 (93–98); underlying illness: 81 (57–92)||94 (80–98)|
|6B||94 (77–98)||86 (−11 to 100)|
|9V||100 (88–100)||100 (−142 to 100)|
|14||94 (81–98)||100 (60–100)|
|18C||97 (85–99)||100 (49–100)|
|19F||87 (65–95)||85 (32–98)|
|23F||98 (80–100)||100 (15–100)|
*PCV7, 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine; EIP, Emerging Infections Program; ABCs, Active Bacterial Core Surveillance; NCKP, Northern California Kaiser Permanente; CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; NA, not available.
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