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Table 1 Crude and age-standardized annual incidence rates (per 100,000 population) of invasive pneumococcal disease among adults in northwestern Ontario, Canada, by age group, 2006–2015

From: Epidemiology of invasive pneumococcal disease in indigenous and non-indigenous adults in northwestern Ontario, Canada, 2006–2015

  18–64 years   > = 65 years   > = 18 years  
year # incidence 95% CI # (%) malea # incidence 95% CI # (%) malea # incidence 95% CI # (%) malea
2006 12 11.7 6.64–20.6 6 (50.0) 10 43.8 23.6–81.4 5 (50.0) 22 17.5 11.6–26.7 11 (50.0)
2007 9 8.9 4.61–17.0 4 (44.4) 8 34.6 17.3–69.1 4 (50.0) 17 13.6 8.47–21.9 8 (47.1)
2008 17 16.9 10.5–27.1 9 (52.9) 7 29.7 14.1–62.2 4 (57.1) 24 19.3 12.9–28.7 13 (54.2)
2009 26 25.9 17.6–37.9 15 (57.7) 10 41.7 22.5–77.6 5 (50.0) 36 28.9 20.9–40.1 20 (61.1)
2010 15 14.9 9.0–24.7 7 (46.7) 13 53.5 31.1–92.1 6 (46.2) 28 22.4 15.5–32.5 13 (46.4)
2011 20 20.0 12.9–30.9 11 (55.0) 15 60.7 36.6–100.7 7 (46.7) 35 28.0 20.1–39.0 18 (51.4)
2012 17 17.0 10.6–27.4 10 (58.8) 7 27.4 13.1–57.5 3 (42.9) 24 19.1 12.8–28.6 13 (54.2)
2013 18 18.1 11.4–28.8 9 (50.0) 11 41.7 23.1–75.4 5 (45.5) 29 23.1 16.1–33.2 14 (48.2)
2014 18 18.3 11.5–29.0 10 (55.6) 5 18.5 7.72–44.6 5 (100.0) 23 18.3 12.2–27.6 15 (65.2)
2015 17 17.4 10.8–27.9 11 (64.7) 7 25.4 12.1–53.2 3 (42.9) 24 19.1 12.8–28.6 14 (58.3)
  1. Age-adjusted crude incidence rates were calculated based on annual population data provided by the Thunder Bay District Health Unit
  2. a Percentage female implied as difference from 100%