Table 1 Study Participants Stratified by Vaccination Status.

From: Lower Incidence Rate of Type 1 Diabetes after Receipt of the Rotavirus Vaccine in the United States, 2001–2017

Group Number of Children Years of Follow-up, mean (SD) Years of Follow-up, median (IQR) Sum Years of Follow-up Number who developed diabetes
All
   Completed vaccination series, 2006–2017 540,317 2.91 (2.16) 2.28 (1.20, 4.08) 1,573,539 192
   Partially vaccinated, 2006–2017 140,646 2.81 (2.21) 2.08 (1.16, 3.91) 395,443 81
   Not vaccinated, 2006–2017 246,600 3.26 (2.63) 2.41 (1.17, 4.59) 805,042 166
   Not vaccinated, 2001–2005 546,972 4.12 (3.54) 2.91 (1.42, 5.75) 2,252,514 834
Girls
   Completed vaccination series, 2006–2017 263,528 2.92 (2.16) 2.28 (1.20, 4.09) 768,237 95
   Partially vaccinated, 2006–2017 68,448 2.81 (2.22) 2.08 (1.16, 3.92) 192,475 33
   Not vaccinated, 2006–2017 119,840 3.28 (2.64) 2.42 (1.17, 4.67) 392,756 83
   Not vaccinated, 2001–2005 265,458 4.12 (3.54) 2.91 (1.42, 5.75) 1,094,839 395
Boys
   Completed vaccination series, 2006–2017 276,730 2.91 (2.16) 2.28 (1.20, 4.08) 805,182 97
   Partially vaccinated, 2006–2017 72,187 2.81 (2.21) 2.08 (1.16, 3.91) 202,952 48
   Not vaccinated, 2006–2017 126,718 3.25 (2.62) 2.34 (1.17, 4.59) 412,218 83
   Not vaccinated, 2001–2005 281,396 4.11 (3.53) 2.91 (1.42, 5.75) 1,157,428 439