Heather F. Eng

1Theresa M Sax
1Arlene Bullotta
1Richard K Zimmerman
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  • Richard K Zimmerman, Charles R Rinaldo, Mary Patricia Nowalk, GK Balasubramani, Krissy K Moehling, Arlene Bullotta +4 others
  • 2015
BACKGROUND While it is known that acute respiratory illness (ARI) is caused by an array of viruses, less is known about co-detections and the resultant comparative symptoms and illness burden. This study examined the co-detections, the distribution of viruses, symptoms, and illness burden associated with ARI between December 2012 and March 2013. METHODS(More)
When underlying distributions are unknown and sample sizes are small, permutation tests may have superior features to parametric tests, such as smaller type I error and more accurate probability values when testing the null hypothesis. However, permutation tests are not widely used in clinical trials because of their computational complexity. We developed(More)
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