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Table 1 Proportion of children with rotavirus diarrhoea pre- and post-vaccination in Latin America

From: Effectiveness of rotavirus vaccines against rotavirus infection and hospitalization in Latin America: systematic review and meta-analysis

Country Year of introduction rotavirus vaccine Vaccine Pre vaccine Post vaccine Difference (%)
Proportion CI 95 % Proportion CI 95 %
Brazil 2006 RV1 21.1 17.7–24.7 15.8 11.4–20.8 −25.1
El Salvador 2006 RV1 32.9 25.7–40.7 19.7 18.9–20.6 −40.1
Panama 2006 RV1 24.8 3.8–56.4 - - -
Venezuela 2006 RV1 21.7 16.9–26.9 - - -
Nicaragua 2007 RV5 18.9 14.8–23.6 10.5 6.3–15.6 −44.4
Bolivia 2008 RV1 28.9 16.4–43.3 17.3 15.8–18.9 −40.1
Ecuador 2008 RV1 30.0 20.8–40.1 18.8 15.3–22.9 −37.3
Peru 2008 RV1 24.9 16.7–34.1 - - -
Colombia 2009 RV1 29.8 19.1–41.8 18.4 16.1–20.8 −38.3
Honduras 2009 RV1 27.5 14.9–42.3 - - -
Mexico 2009 RV1 19.8 12.3–28.5 26.7a 17.1–39.0 +34.8
Guatemala 2010 RV1 30.4 13.2–50.9 - - -
Guyana 2010 RV1 8.1 5.5–10.1 - - -
Paraguay 2010 RV1 25.3 19.4–31.7 - - -
Dominican Republic 2012 RV1 61.9 57.1–66.6 - - -
Argentina - - 26.4 19.9–34.2 - - -
Chile - - 26.4 19.5–33.9 - - -
Costa Rica - - 44.7 32.6–57.1 - - -
Cuba - - 16.6 5.2–32.7 - - -
Puerto Rico - - 15.6 14.8–16.4 - - -
St. Vincent - - 25.2 18.1–33.0 - - -
Surinam - - 33.9 28.3–39.9 - - -
Uruguay - - 37.2 26.5–48.4 - - -
  1. aBased on only one study