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Volume 24, Number 11—November 2018

Norovirus Gastroenteritis among Hospitalized Patients, Germany, 2007–2012

Frank KowalzikComments to Author , Harald Binder, Daniela Zöller, Margarita Riera-Montes, Ralf Clemens1, Thomas Verstraeten, and Fred Zepp
Author affiliations: University Medical Centre of the Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany (F. Kowalzik, H. Binder, D. Zöller, F. Zepp); P95 Pharmacovigilance and Epidemiology Services, Leuven, Belgium (M. Riera-Montes, T. Verstraeten); Takeda Pharmaceutical International AG, Zurich, Switzerland (R. Clemens)

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Table 2

Concordance between ELISA norovirus tests and the disease-specific ICD-10 code for norovirus gastroenteritis as primary diagnosis, University Medical Centre of Mainz, Germany, 2011–2012*

Result ICD-10 A08.1 code, no. (%)
No Yes Total
Norovirus negative 1,096 5 1,101 (90.7)
Norovirus positive 14 99 113 (9.3)
Total 1,110 (91.4) 104 (8.6) 1,214 (100)

*ICD10, International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision.

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1Current affiliation: Global Research in Infectious Diseases, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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