Risk Factors and Case Management of Acute Diarrhoea in North Gondar Zone, Ethiopia

@inproceedings{Mediratta2010RiskFA,
  title={Risk Factors and Case Management of Acute Diarrhoea in North Gondar Zone, Ethiopia},
  author={Rishi P. Mediratta and Amsalu D Feleke and Lawrence H. Moulton and Sisay Yifru and Richard Bradley Sack},
  booktitle={Journal of health, population, and nutrition},
  year={2010}
}
In Ethiopia, evidence is lacking about maternal care-taking and environmental risk factors that contribute to acute diarrhoea and the case management of diarrhoea. The aim of this study was to identify the risk factors and to understand the management of acute diarrhoea. A pretested structured questionnaire was used for interviewing mothers of 440 children in a prospective, matched, case-control study at the University of Gondar Referral and Teaching Hospital in Gondar, Ethiopia. Results of… CONTINUE READING
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