Age, Spatial, and Temporal Variations in Hospital Admissions with Malaria in Kilifi County, Kenya: A 25-Year Longitudinal Observational Study


Using observational data over 25 years, Polycarp Mogeni and colleagues examine the age, spatial, and temporal variations in malaria hospital admissions in Kilifi County, Kenya.


Vyšlo v časopise: Age, Spatial, and Temporal Variations in Hospital Admissions with Malaria in Kilifi County, Kenya: A 25-Year Longitudinal Observational Study. PLoS Med 13(6): e32767. doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1002047
Kategorie: Research Article
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Using observational data over 25 years, Polycarp Mogeni and colleagues examine the age, spatial, and temporal variations in malaria hospital admissions in Kilifi County, Kenya.


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