Share of primary Sjögren's patients in the U.S. and EU with impairments 2011-2013

This statistic displays the percentage of primary Sjögren syndrome patients in the U.S. and the EU with work or activity impairments, between 2011 and 2013. Some 43 percent of primary Sjögren syndrome patients in the United States experienced activity impairment. Sjögren's syndrome is characterized by a person's white blood cells attacking moisture-producing glands which can cause dry eyes and mouth, as well as fatigue and joint pains. This condition is considered a chronic autoimmune disease.

Patients with Sjögren syndrome experiencing impairments in the U.S. and the EU between 2011 and 2013

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Release date

February 2015


United States, EU

Survey time period


Age group

18 years and older

Supplementary notes

Base numbers of surveyed adults: United States: n = 97,500; European Union (EU-5): n = 80,600.

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