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Table 1 Incidence rates of acute diarrhea in France by age group per 100,000 cases estimated by the French Sentinelles GPs network during two consecutive winters

From: Acute diarrhea in adults consulting a general practitioner in France during winter: incidence, clinical characteristics, management and risk factors

  Winter 2010/2011 Winter 2011/2012
2010w49 – 2011w17 2011w49 – 2012w17
  Incidence [IC 95%] Incidence rate per 100,000 [IC 95%] Incidence [IC 95%] Incidence rate per 100,000 [IC 95%]
18 years of age and older 1,691,959 [1,287,372 – 2,096,954] 3,471 [2,641 – 4,302] 1,472,351 [1,060,343 – 1,885,771] 3,002 [2,162 – 3,845]
18 – 39 years 953,943 [784,323 – 1,123,563] 5,388 [4,430 – 6,346] 859,608 [678,755 – 1,040,461] 4,920 [3,885 – 5,956]
40 – 59 years 470,312 [351,703 – 588,921] 2,771 [2,072 – 3,470] 390,424 [273,691 – 5 07,157] 2,290[1,606 – 2,975]
60 – 79 years 194,142 [122,101 – 266,248] 1,761 [1,107 – 2,415] 162,982 [90,142 – 235,822] 1,420 [785 – 2,055]
≥ 80 years 73,562 [29,245 – 118,222] 2,200 [875 – 3,536] 59,337 [17,755 – 102,331] 1,668 [499 – 2,876]