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Economic burden of seasonal influenza B in France during winter 2010-2011

Maria Laura Silva12*, Lionel Perrier13, Hans-Martin Späth4, Isidore Grog5, Anne Mosnier2, Nathalie Havet1, Jean Marie Cohen2 and on behalf of the IBGP team

Author Affiliations

1 GATE-UMR CNRS 5824, University of Lyon, University Lumière Lyon 2, Lyon 1, Lyon, France

2 OPEN ROME, Coordination Nationale des Groupes Régionaux d’Observation de la Grippe, Réseau des GROG, Paris, France

3 Cancer and Environment Department, Cancer Centre Léon Bérard, Lyon, France

4 University of Lyon; University Claude Bernard Lyon 1, Lyon EAM 4128, France

5 Collective name of members of GROG network, Paris, France

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BMC Public Health 2014, 14:56  doi:10.1186/1471-2458-14-56

Published: 20 January 2014

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Additional file 1: Box 1:

The unit costs of analyzed items [26–35] Legend: ATU: Reception and treatment of emergencies; CCAM: Classification commune des actes médicaux; FHI: French Health Insurance; GHM: Groupes Homogènes de Malades; GHS: Groupes Homogènes de Séjour; GP: General Practice[tioner]; GROG: Groupes Régionaux d’Observation de la Grippe; ICD: International Common Denomination; MCCO: activities of medicine, surgery, obstetrics and dentistry; MGE: supplement for children 2–6 years; MNO: supplement for children 0–2 years; NGAP: Nomenclature Générale des Actes Professionnels; sector 1: corresponds to the rate that is the basis for the reimbursement of health insurance; TNB: Table National de Biologie; yo: years old.

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Additional file 2: Box 2:

Healthcare consumption and sick leave per age group during the entire study period.

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Additional file 3: Box 3:

Characteristics of patients presenting with ARI consulting a GROG practitioner but NOT included in the study (259) in comparison with patients included in the study (201).

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