Incidence of severe rotavirus diarrhea in New Delhi, India, and G and P types of the infecting rotavirus strains.

@article{Bahl2005IncidenceOS,
  title={Incidence of severe rotavirus diarrhea in New Delhi, India, and G and P types of the infecting rotavirus strains.},
  author={Rajiv Bahl and Pratima Ray and S. S. Jain Subodh and Prashant Shambharkar and Manju Saxena and Umesh Parashar and Jon R. Gentsch and Roger I Glass and Maharaj Kishan Bhan},
  journal={The Journal of infectious diseases},
  year={2005},
  volume={192 Suppl 1},
  pages={
          S114-9
        }
}
A total of 62,475 children <5 years old from a defined population of approximately 500,000 children and adults from slums in New Delhi, India, were assessed for 1 year by means of passive surveillance, to identify children who were hospitalized for diarrhea. The incidence of severe rotavirus diarrhea was estimated, and the G and P types of the infecting rotavirus strains were determined and were correlated with the clinical severity of diarrhea. Of 584 children who were hospitalized with… CONTINUE READING

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