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Burden of acute gastroenteritis and healthcare-seeking behaviour in France: a population-based study

  • D. VAN CAUTEREN (a1), H. De VALK (a1), S. VAUX (a1), Y. Le STRAT (a1) and V. VAILLANT (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0950268811000999
  • Published online: 07 June 2011
Abstract
SUMMARY

In France surveillance underestimates the true burden of acute gastroenteritis (AG). We conducted a population-based, retrospective cross-sectional telephone survey between May 2009 and April 2010 in order to obtain more accurate estimates of the incidence and the burden of AG and to describe healthcare-seeking behaviour for AG. Of the 10 080 persons included in the survey, 260 respondents reported 263 episodes of AG. The incidence rate of AG was estimated at 0·33 cases/person-year (95% CI 0·28–0·37). It was highest in children aged <5 years and declined with age. Thirty-three percent (95% CI 27–40) of the AG cases consulted a physician and 76% (95% CI 70–82) used medication. Our results indicate that there are more than 21 million episodes of AG each year in France. These results allow a more accurate interpretation of the data derived from existing AG surveillance systems.

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*Author for correspondence: Mr D. Van Cauteren, Unit Enteric, Foodborne and Zoonotic Infections, Departement of Infectious Diseases, Institut de Veille Sanitaire, 12 rue de Val d'Osne, 94415 St Maurice cedex, France. (Email: d.vancauteren@invs.sante.fr)
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