CBA Case Study: The Economic Impact of Pandemic Influenza in the United States Appendix   

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Appendix
Table 1. Estimate of age distribution of cases and percentage of population at high risk used to examine the impact of pandemic influenza in the United States
Table 2. Variables used to define distribution of disease outcomes of those with clinical casesa of influenza
Table 3. Input variables used to calculate the economic impact (direct and indirect costs) of health outcomes attributed to an influenza pandemic in the United States (in 1995 US$)
Table 4. Cost of vaccinationa during an influenza pandemic — with specific costs assigned to side effects of vaccination
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