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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Varicella routine vaccination and the effects on varicella epidemiology - results from the Bavarian Varicella Surveillance Project (BaVariPro), 2006-2011.

Total number of vaccinations with monovalent varicella vaccine (V monovalent; n = 39,668), MMR-V vaccine (n = 50,434), and MMR vaccine (n = 58,796); per age group and season. Data from BaVariPro, practice surveillance Oct 2006-Sep 2011.

Andrea Streng, et al. BMC Infect Dis. 2013;13:303-303.
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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: Varicella routine vaccination and the effects on varicella epidemiology - results from the Bavarian Varicella Surveillance Project (BaVariPro), 2006-2011.

Mean number of varicella cases per month and paediatric practice during five varicella seasons in the surveillance area (Munich), with total number of cases per season (Oct-Sep). Data from BaVariPro, practice surveillance Oct 2006-Sep 2011.

Andrea Streng, et al. BMC Infect Dis. 2013;13:303-303.
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Figure 6. From: Varicella routine vaccination and the effects on varicella epidemiology - results from the Bavarian Varicella Surveillance Project (BaVariPro), 2006-2011.

Varicella cases (n = 16,054) per age group, during 5 varicella seasons (Oct 06-Sep 07, n1 = 6079; Oct 07-Sep 08, n2 = 3518; Oct 08-Sep 09, n3 = 3215; Oct 09-Sep 10, n4 = 1778; Oct 10-Sep 11, n5 = 1464). Data from BaVariPro, practice surveillance Oct 2006-Sep 2011.

Andrea Streng, et al. BMC Infect Dis. 2013;13:303-303.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Varicella routine vaccination and the effects on varicella epidemiology - results from the Bavarian Varicella Surveillance Project (BaVariPro), 2006-2011.

Varicella vaccinations (1st dose), average per month and practice. Stacked bars show proportion of monovalent varicella vaccine (black, n = 22,517) and of tetravalent MMR-V vaccine (grey, n = 27,532). The arrow indicates the change to a two-dose schedule for all licensed varicella vaccines. Data from BaVariPro, practice surveillance Oct 2006-Sep 2011.

Andrea Streng, et al. BMC Infect Dis. 2013;13:303-303.
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Figure 7

Figure 7. From: Varicella routine vaccination and the effects on varicella epidemiology - results from the Bavarian Varicella Surveillance Project (BaVariPro), 2006-2011.

Model-fitted mean number of varicella cases per reporting unit (paediatric practice) by age group (<1, 1-4, 5-9, 10-16 years of age), with linear trends per age group from five varicella seasons (n tot. =16,054). Data from BaVariPro, practice surveillance Oct 2006 – Sep 2011).

Andrea Streng, et al. BMC Infect Dis. 2013;13:303-303.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Varicella routine vaccination and the effects on varicella epidemiology - results from the Bavarian Varicella Surveillance Project (BaVariPro), 2006-2011.

Varicella vaccinations (2nd dose), average per month and practice. Stacked bars show proportion of monovalent varicella vaccine (black, n = 17,380) and of tetravalent MMR-V vaccine (grey, n = 23,161). The arrow indicates the change to a two-dose schedule for all licensed varicella vaccines. Data from BaVariPro, practice surveillance Oct 2006- Sep 2011.

Andrea Streng, et al. BMC Infect Dis. 2013;13:303-303.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Varicella routine vaccination and the effects on varicella epidemiology - results from the Bavarian Varicella Surveillance Project (BaVariPro), 2006-2011.

Vaccination coverage for varicella (1st dose and 2nd dose) and for measles (1st dose) in children 18-36 months of age from annual parent surveys in the surveillance area (Munich), in percent. In autumn 2008, licensure for all varicella vaccines available in Germany was changed to a two-dose schedule. Data from BaVariPro, parent surveys Nov 2006- Nov 2011.

Andrea Streng, et al. BMC Infect Dis. 2013;13:303-303.

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