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Table 2 Number of prescription per calendar year for children < 3 years of age and the proportion of each antimicrobial class

From: Impact of the 10-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine on antimicrobial prescriptions in young children: a whole population study

Calendar year Incidence of prescriptions per 100 person-years (n) First line penicillins (%) Second line penicillins (%) First generation macrolides (%) Second generation macrolides (%) Cephalosporins (%) Other (%)
2005 204 (25649) 41.41 37.92 1.48 6.55 5.37 7.26
2006 205 (26396) 40.34 39.57 1.27 6.22 5.36 7.24
2007 192 (25179) 44.97 36.80 1.60 6.39 5.16 5.08
2008 178 (24046) 46.74 35.22 0.20 6.37 5.91 5.57
2009 159 (22406) 46.41 37.16 0.05 5.51 6.33 4.55
2010 167 (24007) 43.71 38.55 0.02 5.54 7.02 5.17
2011 164 (23866) 44.70 37.92 0.03 5.91 7.47 3.98
2012 160 (22703) 43.45 39.01 0.01 6.92 7.77 2.83
2013 152 (21113) 32.10 48.08 0.02 6.56 10.03 3.20
2014 152 (20325) 18.48 55.46 0.01 6.60 14.53 4.92
2015 150 (19873) 18.49 53.91 0.06 7.25 14.95 5.34
2016 160 (20543) 35.28 41.68 0.04 5.52 12.91 4.57