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Table 3 Demographic characteristics for adults populations studied, stratified by observation period

From: Impact of a guideline-based best practice alert on pneumococcal vaccination rates in adults in a primary care setting

  At-risk adults aged 19–64 years High-Risk Adults Age 19–64 Years Immunocompetent adults aged 65+ Immunocompromised Adults Age 65+
Aug 2013 – Jul 2014 (Baseline Period)
N = 16,193
May 2015 – Apr 2016 (Interim Period)
N = 18,423
May 2016 – Jul 2017 (Follow-up Period)
N = 21,498
Aug 2013 – Jul 2014 (Baseline Period)
N = 2658
May 2015 – Apr 2016 (Interim Period)
N = 3449
May 2016 – Jul 2017 (Follow-up period)
N = 3612
Aug 2013 – Jul 2014 (Baseline Period)
N = 9480
May 2015 – Apr 2016 (Interim Period)
N = 11,318
May 2016 – Jul 2017 (Follow-up Period)
N = 13,341
Aug 2013 – Jul 2014 (Baseline Period)
N = 2577
May 2015 – Apr 2016 (Interim Period)
N = 3200
May 2016 – Jul 2017 (Follow-up Period)
N = 3348
Age
 Median age 45 45 45 53 53 53 72 71 71 74 74 73
 Mean age (SD) 44.13 (12.70) 44.06 (12.73) 43.87 (12.79) 50.28 (10.99) 50.15 (11.08) 49.75 (11.26) 73.49 (7.19) 73.19 (7.06) 73.13 (7.02) 75.11 (7.61) 74.81 (7.30) 74.60 (7.21)
Sex n (%)
 Male 7327 (45.25) 8290 (45.00) 9733 (45.27) 1111 (41.80) 1411 (40.91) 1402 (38.82) 3698 (39.01) 4555 (40.25) 5353 (40.12) 1308 (50.76) 1596 (49.88) 1654 (49.40)
 Female 8866 (54.75) 10,133 (55.00) 11,765 (54.73) 1547 (58.20) 2038 (59.09) 2210 (61.18) 5782 (60.99) 6763 (59.75) 7988 (59.88) 1269 (49.24) 1604 (50.13) 1694 (50.60)
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