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Table 5 Study details and E. coli bloodstream infection incidence rates from previously published population-based studies

From: Increasing incidence and antimicrobial resistance in Escherichia coli bloodstream infections: a multinational population-based cohort study

Study location Study dates Number of E. coli BSI Incidence rate (cases/100,000 person-years) Type of incidence rate
Olmsted County, USA (21) 1998–2007 461 41.4 Standardizeda
Canberra, Australia (4) 2000–2004 515 28 Crude
Funen County, Denmark (2) 2000–2002 811 70.2 Crude
2003–2005 718 61.8 Crude
2006–2008 671 56.7 Crude
mid-Norway (9) 2002–2013 686 80 Crude
2002–2013 686 74 Standardizedb
Calgary, Canada (5) 2000–2006 2,368 30.3 Crude
Finland (national) (1) 2004–2007 9,190 44 Crude
Auckland, New Zealand (6) 2006–2011 1,507 52 Crude
Skaraborg County, Sweden (7) 2011–2012 104c 67.0 Crude
Two rural Thai provinces (10) 2008 373 32.9 Crude
2014 593 51.6 Crude
England (national) (8) 04/2012–03/2013 32,309 60.4 Crude
04/2013–03/2014 34,203 63.5 Crude
  1. BSI Bloodstream infection
  2. aUSA 2000 white population standard
  3. bNorway 2010 population
  4. cOnly community-onset E. coli BSI with severe sepsis