Risk factors for hospital admission of Brazilian children with non-rotavirus diarrhoea : a case control-study

@inproceedings{Ichiharaa2015RiskFF,
  title={Risk factors for hospital admission of Brazilian children with non-rotavirus diarrhoea : a case control-study},
  author={Maria Yury T. Ichiharaa and Laura C. Rodriguesb and Carlos A. S. T. Santosc and Maria da Gl{\'o}ria L. C. Teixeiraa and Mauricio L. Barretoa},
  year={2015}
}
  • Maria Yury T. Ichiharaa, Laura C. Rodriguesb, +2 authors Mauricio L. Barretoa
  • Published 2015
Background: Rotavirus has been the leading cause of severe cases of acute diarrhoea (AD) among children worldwide, however, in the same areas, a large reduction in AD related to rotavirus has been observed after the introduction of the rotavirus vaccine. In Brazil, where there is a high rotavirus vaccine coverage, AD caused by pathogens other than rotavirus is still a frequent cause of outpatient visits and hospitalizations among children under 5 years. 

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