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Table 3 Incidence of chlamydia diagnoses per 100,000 person-years in IPCI and LINH network concerning degree of urbanization

From: Usefulness of primary care electronic networks to assess the incidence of chlamydia, diagnosed by general practitioners

Degree of urbanization Men all ages Women all ages men 15-29 women 15-29
  IPCI LINH IPCI LINH IPCI LINH IPCI LINH
Level 1: highly urban 132.5 340.8 156.2 371.7 427.4 634.1 650.3 881.1
95%CI 93-184 277-419 112-212 307-450 276-635 471-853 453-906 703-1105
Level 2 96.6 197.7 144.4 248.5 341.5 364.2 616.1 682.1
95%CI 61-146 141-278 99-203 185-333 196-558 217-611 405-901 472.-984
Level 3 54.9 181.2 67.8 166.3 140.7 255.4 330.8 331.9
95%CI 33-87 130-253 43-103 118-235 63-276 243-622 197-524 201-547
Level 4 52.1 138.9 146.7 97.1 201.8 210.3 686.8 261.5
95%CI 22-107 103-187 89-230 68-139 68-480 125.-353 385-1141 163-418
Level 5: rural 75.6 108.3 101.8 173.6 282.3 83.1 498.1 441.0
95%CI 21-202 73-161 34-242 126-239 56-905 32-214 138-1329 286-680
Overall 87.3 189.7 119.1 207.9 296.3 325.3 535.9 525.1
95%CI 70-108 167-216 98.-143 184-235 225-389 265-399 435-660 450-613