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Incidence and epidemiology of intussusception among children under 2 years of age in Chenzhou and Kaifeng, China, 2009-2013
  • Published Date:
    February 10 2018
  • Source:
    Vaccine. 36(51):7862-7867
  • Language:
    English


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  • Alternative Title:
    Vaccine
  • Description:
    Introduction:

    In China, rotavirus is the leading cause of diarrhea hospitalizations among children aged <5 years. A locally manufactured rotavirus vaccine is available for private market use, but little is known about its coverage. Given the impending availability of newer rotavirus vaccines, we evaluated intussusception rates among children aged <2 years to better understand intussusception epidemiology for future vaccine safety monitoring.

    Methods:

    We conducted a retrospective review at 4 hospitals in Chenzhou City of Hunan Province and Kaifeng City of Henan Province. We identified intussusception cases admitted during 2009–2013 by reviewing medical records with the ICD-10 discharge code for intussusception and extracting demographic and clinical information from the electronic clinical record systems.

    Results:

    During 2009–2013, 1715 intussusception hospitalizations among 1,487,215 children aged <2 years occurred in both cities. The average annual intussusception hospitalization incidence was 112.9 per 100,000 children aged <2 years (181.8 per 100,000 children <1 year; 56 per 100,000 children 1 to <2 years). Intussusception incidence was low among infants aged <3 months and peaked at age 6–8 months. No clear seasonality was observed. Ultrasound was used to diagnose 95.9% of cases. Enema reduction was performed in 80% cases; 25% of cases in Chenzhou and 16% in Kaifeng required surgical intervention. No deaths were reported. The median time between symptom onset and admission was 1 day.

    Conclusions:

    This study provides information on intussusception incidence and epidemiology in two cities of China during 2009–2013. Monitoring intussusception rates in this population will be important in the post-rotavirus vaccine era.

  • Pubmed ID:
    29439864
  • Pubmed Central ID:
    PMC6502226
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