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Table 1 Examples of rotavirus vaccine impact studies conducted using ICD-10 administrative data

From: Importance of ICD-10 coding directive change for acute gastroenteritis (unspecified) for rotavirus vaccine impact studies: illustration from a population-based cohort study from Ontario, Canada

Study (pub year) Country Time period ICD-10 codes used for outcome definition (code descriptions from WHO [20]) RV-specific AGE (A08.0) included as a discrete outcome
Jayasinghe and Macartney (2013) [15] Australia 2000–2009 A01-A07 [excluding A02.2, A06.4, A06.5, A06.6, A06.7] (AGE of bacterial etiology)
A06-A07 (AGE of parasitic etiology)
A08.0 (Rotavirus AGE)
A08.1-A08.4 (Other viral AGE)
A09 (AGE of undetermined etiology, presumed infectious)
K52 (AGE of undetermined etiology, presumed non-infectious)
R198 (Other signs and symptoms involving the digestive system and abdomen)
Yes
Leino et al. (2012) [22] Finland 1999–2005, 2010 A00-A07 (AGE due to bacterial and parasitic etiologies)
A08.0 (Rotavirus AGE)
A08.4 (Other viral AGE)
A09 (AGE of undetermined etiology, presumed infectious)
R11 (nausea and vomiting)
A00.9, A01.4, A02.9, A03.9, A4.9, A05.9, A06.9, A07.9 and A09 (AGE of undetermined etiology)
K52 (AGE of undetermined etiology, presumed non-infectious)
Yes
Gurgel et al. (2011) [20] Brazil 2002–2005, 2006–2009 A08 (Rotavirus and other viral AGE)
A09 (AGE of undetermined etiology, presumed infectious)
No
Molto et al. (2011) [23] Panama 2003–2008 A00.0-A05.9 (AGE of bacterial etiology)
A06.0-A07.9 (AGE of parasitic etiology)
A08.0-A08.5 (Rotavirus and other viral AGE)
A09 (AGE of undetermined etiology, presumed infectious)
No
Quintanar-Solares et al. (2011) [8] Mexico Jan. 2003–June 2009 A00-A003 (Codes capturing cholera)
A04-A05 (AGE of bacterial etiology)
A06.0-A06.3, A06.9 (AGE of parasitic etiologies, e.g. amoebic)
A07.0-A07.2, A07.9 (AGE of parasitic etiologies, e.g. protozoal)
A08 (Rotavirus and other viral AGE)
A09 (AGE of undetermined etiology, presumed infectious)
No