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Table 1 DWs used in disease burden estimation

From: Estimation of disability weight for paragonimiasis: a systematic analysis

Disease burden estimation Outcome Proxy health state Proxy DW Reference
GBD 2016 Asymptomatic paragonimiasis N/A N/A [18]
Heavy paragonimiasis TB, not HIV infected 0.333 (0.224–0.454)
Mild paragonimiasis due to foodborne trematodiases COPD and other chronic respiratory problem, mild 0.019 (0.011–0.033)
Moderate paragonimiasis due to foodborne trematodiases COPD and other chronic respiratory problem, moderate 0.225 (0.153–0.31)
Severe paragonimiasis due to foodborne trematodiases COPD and other chronic respiratory problem, severe 0.408 (0.273–0.556)
Cerebral paragonimiasis Epilepsy, less severe (seizure < 1 per month) 0.263 (0.173–0.367)
Epilepsy, severe (seizure ≥1 per month) 0.552 (0.375–0.710)
GBD 2013 Asymptomatic paragonimiasis N/A N/A [16, 17]
Heavy paragonimiasis TB, not HIV infected 0.333 (0.224–0.454)
Cerebral paragonimiasis Epilepsy, less severe (seizure < 1 per month) 0.263 (0.173–0.367)
Epilepsy, severe (seizure ≥1 per month) 0.552 (0.375–0.710)
WHO FERG Paragonimiasis Uncontrolled asthma 0.132 (0.087–0.190) [15, 21, 22]
GBD 2010 Heavy paragonimiasis Abdominopelvic problem: moderate 0.123 (0.083–0.176) [14, 15, 23, 24]
Cerebral paragonimiasis Abdominopelvic problem: moderate 0.123 (0.083–0.176)
Fürst et al. Heavy paragonimiasis Lower respiratory infection 0.099 [3]
Cerebral paragonimiasis Seizure disorders due to meningitis 0.100
  1. DW Disability weight, COPD Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, N/A Not applicable, GBD Global burden of disease, WHO FERG World Health Organization Foodborne Disease Burden Epidemiology Reference Group, TB Tuberculosis, HIV Human immunodeficiency virus