The visualizations on this page are from our publication "International Analysis of Children Hospitalized with COVID-19: Leveraging 4CE Electronic Health Record Data across 27 Hospitals in 6 Countries" (see medRxiv preprint).← Pediatric Data
Counts of pediatric patients hospitalized, with country-level comparisons
The plots on this page display the number of pediatric patients over time by country. Both plots display the same data, but the lower plot highlights one country at a time.
Top row of each plot: number of new hospitalized pediatric patients per day in 4CE hospitals, as a rolling 14-day mean, aggregated by country.
Middle row of each plot: number of new hospitalized pediatric patients per day at the country level. For France, daily pediatric hospitalization data were obtained from Santé Publique France. For Germany, weekly pediatric hospitalization data were obtained from the German Society for Pediatric Infectious Diseases. For Spain, weekly pediatric hospitalization data were obtained from the Spanish National Epidemiological Surveillance Network (RENAVE), which lacks hospitalization counts between May 11 and July 15, 2020. For the UK, daily pediatric hospitalization data were obtained from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and represent pediatric hospitalizations in England. For the USA, weekly pediatric hospitalization data between July 31, 2020 and October 9, 2020 were obtained from the Department of Health and Human Services. The Y-axis scales for country-level data are independent in order to compare country-level trends to 4CE trends.
Bottom row of each plot: number of 4CE hospitals contributing pediatric hospitalization data per day in each country.
How to use
Hover over the lines to view more details. Use the dropdown to select a country.
In some cases, the data reported by sites contained outliers or possibly incorrect units. These values were not removed from the visualizations to maintain the integrity of the data.
This website and its contents herein, including all data, visualization, and analysis, is provided to the public strictly for academic research purposes. The data has numerous limitations and confounders that need to be better evaluated as more data is acquired. Reliance on this website for medical guidance or clinical judgement is strictly prohibited.
The code used to generate the plots on this page can be found in the covidclinical/visualization-notebooks GitHub repository.