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Volume 25, Number 8—August 2019

Direct Medical Costs of 3 Reportable Travel-Related Infections in Ontario, Canada, 2012–2014

Rachel D. SavageComments to Author , Laura C. Rosella, Natasha S. Crowcroft, Maureen Horn, Kamran Khan, Laura Holder, and Monali Varia
Author affiliations: Women’s College Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (R.D. Savage); University of Toronto, Toronto (R.D. Savage, L.C. Rosella, N.S. Crowcroft, K. Khan); ICES, Toronto (R.D. Savage, L.C. Rosella, L. Holder); Public Health Ontario, Toronto (N.S. Crowcroft); Peel Public Health, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada (M. Horn, M. Varia); St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto (K. Khan)

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Table 1

Diagnostic codes used to identify and exclude noneligible controls in study of direct costs of hepatitis A, malaria, and enteric fever, Peel region, Ontario, Canada, 2012–2014*

Disease ICD-10-CA OHIP
Hepatitis A B15, B19, A09, A08.3–A08.5 070, 009, 079, 136, 787
Malaria B50–B54, P37.3–P37.4, B64 062, 136, 781, 784, 787
Enteric fever A01, A02.9, A02.1, A04.9, A05.9, A09, A49.9 002, 009, 003, 005, 136, 784, 787

*ICD-10-CA, International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Canadian Enhancement; OHIP, Ontario Health Insurance Plan claims database.

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