Effectiveness of Rota Vaccine among Children in Babylon Province, Iraq

@inproceedings{Noor2018EffectivenessOR,
  title={Effectiveness of Rota Vaccine among Children in Babylon Province, Iraq},
  author={Mudher Hassen Noor},
  year={2018}
}
Acute diarrhea is passing of watery stool > 10 ml / kg / 24 h. which stay less than two weeks. Diarrhea account for 9% of death in children and about 0.71 million deaths / year in the world .Gastroenteritis, also called as infectious diarrhea, It means infection of gastrointestinal tract by certain organism, it could be either viral, bacterial or parasitic. And the virus is considered the most common. Rota virus is common in children while Norvo virus more common in adult. Rota virus is RNA… CONTINUE READING

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