Estimating the Costs and the Disease Burden Associated With Campylobacter Infections and Sequelae in the Netherlands
Marie-Josee J. Mangen,
Arie H. Havelaar,
G. Ardine de Wit,
Rob A.J.A.M. Bernsen and
Rinske van Koningsveld
No 24985, 84th Seminar, February 8-11, 2004, Zeist, The Netherlands from European Association of Agricultural Economists
Campylobacter infections pose an important public health problem in the Netherlands. Approximately 79,000 persons per year are estimated to experience symptoms of acute gastroenteritis. Further annually some 1400 ReA cases, 60 GBS cases and 11 IBD cases are associated with a previous Campylobacter infection. Using a stochastic simulation model the disease burden and the cost-of-illness of Campylobacter infections and its sequelae were estimated. Estimates of the Campylobacter-associated disease burden and costs-of-illness were 1185 DALYs (90% C.I. 693 - 1845 DALYs) per year and some 21 million E (90% C.I. 10 - 38 million E) per year respectively.
Keywords: Campylobacter; sequelae; cost-of-illness; disease burden; Netherlands; Food Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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