Statistics by Country for Infant Cytomegalic virus


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About these extrapolations of prevalence and incidence statistics for Infant Cytomegalic virus: These statistics are calculated extrapolations of various prevalence or incidence rates against the populations of a particular country or region. The statistics used for prevalence/incidence of Infant Cytomegalic virus are typically based on US, UK, Canadian or Australian statistics. This extrapolation calculation is automated and does not take into account any genetic, cultural, environmental, social, racial or other differences across the various countries and regions for which the extrapolated Infant Cytomegalic virus statistics below refer to. As such, these extrapolations may be highly inaccurate (especially for developing or third-world countries) and only give a general indication (or even a meaningless indication) as to the actual prevalence or incidence of Infant Cytomegalic virus in that region.

About prevalence and incidence statistics in general for Infant Cytomegalic virus: The word 'prevalence' of Infant Cytomegalic virus usually means the estimated population of people who are managing Infant Cytomegalic virus at any given time (i.e. people with Infant Cytomegalic virus). The term 'incidence' of Infant Cytomegalic virus means the annual diagnosis rate, or the number of new cases of Infant Cytomegalic virus diagnosed each year (i.e. getting Infant Cytomegalic virus). Hence, these two statistics types can differ: a short disease like flu can have high annual incidence but low prevalence, but a life-long disease like diabetes has a low annual incidence but high prevalence. For more information see about prevalence and incidence statistics.



Incidence (annual) of Infant Cytomegalic virus: 6,000 babies
Incidence Rate for Infant Cytomegalic virus: approx 1 in 45,333 or 0.00% or 6,000 people in USA [about data]
Extrapolation of Incidence Rate for Infant Cytomegalic virus to Countries and Regions: The following table attempts to extrapolate the above incidence rate for Infant Cytomegalic virus to the populations of various countries and regions. As discussed above, these incidence extrapolations for Infant Cytomegalic virus are only estimates and may have limited relevance to the actual incidence of Infant Cytomegalic virus in any region:

Country/Region Extrapolated Incidence Population Estimated Used
Infant Cytomegalic virus in North America (Extrapolated Statistics)
USA 6,477 293,655,4051
Canada 717 32,507,8742
Infant Cytomegalic virus in Europe (Extrapolated Statistics)
Austria 180 8,174,7622
Belgium 228 10,348,2762
Britain (United Kingdom) 1,329 60,270,708 for UK2
Czech Republic 27 1,0246,1782
Denmark 119 5,413,3922
Finland 115 5,214,5122
France 1,332 60,424,2132
Greece 234 10,647,5292
Germany 1,818 82,424,6092
Iceland 6 293,9662
Hungary 221 10,032,3752
Liechtenstein 0 33,4362
Ireland 87 3,969,5582
Italy 1,280 58,057,4772
Luxembourg 10 462,6902
Monaco 0 32,2702
Netherlands (Holland) 359 16,318,1992
Poland 852 38,626,3492
Portugal 232 10,524,1452
Spain 888 40,280,7802
Sweden 198 8,986,4002
Switzerland 164 7,450,8672
United Kingdom 1,329 60,270,7082
Wales 64 2,918,0002
Infant Cytomegalic virus in the Balkans (Extrapolated Statistics)
Albania 78 3,544,8082
Bosnia and Herzegovina 8 407,6082
Croatia 99 4,496,8692
Macedonia 45 2,040,0852
Serbia and Montenegro 238 10,825,9002
Infant Cytomegalic virus in Asia (Extrapolated Statistics)
Bangladesh 3,117 141,340,4762
Bhutan 48 2,185,5692
China 28,651 1,298,847,6242
East Timor 22 1,019,2522
Hong Kong s.a.r. 151 6,855,1252
India 23,494 1,065,070,6072
Indonesia 5,259 238,452,9522
Japan 2,808 127,333,0022
Laos 133 6,068,1172
Macau s.a.r. 9 445,2862
Malaysia 518 23,522,4822
Mongolia 60 2,751,3142
Philippines 1,902 86,241,6972
Papua New Guinea 119 5,420,2802
Vietnam 1,823 82,662,8002
Singapore 96 4,353,8932
Pakistan 3,511 159,196,3362
North Korea 500 22,697,5532
South Korea 1,063 48,233,7602
Sri Lanka 439 19,905,1652
Taiwan 501 22,749,8382
Thailand 1,430 64,865,5232
Infant Cytomegalic virus in Eastern Europe (Extrapolated Statistics)
Azerbaijan 173 7,868,3852
Belarus 227 10,310,5202
Bulgaria 165 7,517,9732
Estonia 29 1,341,6642
Georgia 103 4,693,8922
Kazakhstan 334 15,143,7042
Latvia 50 2,306,3062
Lithuania 79 3,607,8992
Romania 493 22,355,5512
Russia 3,175 143,974,0592
Slovakia 119 5,423,5672
Slovenia 44 2,011,473 2
Tajikistan 154 7,011,556 2
Ukraine 1,052 47,732,0792
Uzbekistan 582 26,410,4162
Infant Cytomegalic virus in Australasia and Southern Pacific (Extrapolated Statistics)
Australia 439 19,913,1442
New Zealand 88 3,993,8172
Infant Cytomegalic virus in the Middle East (Extrapolated Statistics)
Afghanistan 628 28,513,6772
Egypt 1,679 76,117,4212
Gaza strip 29 1,324,9912
Iran 1,489 67,503,2052
Iraq 559 25,374,6912
Israel 136 6,199,0082
Jordan 123 5,611,2022
Kuwait 49 2,257,5492
Lebanon 83 3,777,2182
Libya 124 5,631,5852
Saudi Arabia 569 25,795,9382
Syria 397 18,016,8742
Turkey 1,519 68,893,9182
United Arab Emirates 55 2,523,9152
West Bank 50 2,311,2042
Yemen 441 20,024,8672
Infant Cytomegalic virus in South America (Extrapolated Statistics)
Belize 6 272,9452
Brazil 4,061 184,101,1092
Chile 349 15,823,9572
Colombia 933 42,310,7752
Guatemala 315 14,280,5962
Mexico 2,315 104,959,5942
Nicaragua 118 5,359,7592
Paraguay 136 6,191,3682
Peru 607 27,544,3052
Puerto Rico 85 3,897,9602
Venezuela 551 25,017,3872
Infant Cytomegalic virus in Africa (Extrapolated Statistics)
Angola 242 10,978,5522
Botswana 36 1,639,2312
Central African Republic 82 3,742,4822
Chad 210 9,538,5442
Congo Brazzaville 66 2,998,0402
Congo kinshasa 1,286 58,317,0302
Ethiopia 1,573 71,336,5712
Ghana 457 20,757,0322
Kenya 727 32,982,1092
Liberia 74 3,390,6352
Niger 250 11,360,5382
Nigeria 391 12,5750,3562
Rwanda 181 8,238,6732
Senegal 239 10,852,1472
Sierra leone 129 5,883,8892
Somalia 183 8,304,6012
Sudan 863 39,148,1622
South Africa 980 44,448,4702
Swaziland 25 1,169,2412
Tanzania 795 36,070,7992
Uganda 582 26,390,2582
Zambia 243 11,025,6902
Zimbabwe 80 1,2671,8602



Footnotes:
1. US Census Bureau, Population Estimates, 2004
2. US Census Bureau, International Data Base, 2004

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