Human Bocavirus Infection among Children, Jordan

  title={Human Bocavirus Infection among Children, Jordan},
  author={Nasser M. Kaplan and Winifred Dove and Ahmad F. Abu-Zeid and Hiyam E. Shamoon and Sawsan A. Abd-Eldayem and Charles A. Hart},
  booktitle={Emerging infectious diseases},
Human bocavirus was detected in 57 (18.3%) of 312 children with acute respiratory infection (ARI) who required hospitalization in Jordan. It was also detected in 30 (21.7%) of 138 children with severe ARI, in 27 (15.5%) of 174 with mild or moderate disease, and in 41 (72%) of 57 with other pathogens. 

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