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Volume 15, Number 5—May 2009

Letter

Acute Diarrhea in Children after 2004 Tsunami, Andaman Islands

Subarna Roy, Debdutta Bhattacharya, S.R. Ghoshal, K. Thanasekaran, A.P. Bharadwaj, M. Singhania, and A.P. SugunanComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Indian Council of Medical Research Regional Medical Research Centre, Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India (S. Roy, D. Bhattachaya, S.R. Ghoshai, K. Thanasekaran, A.P. Sugunan); G.B. Pant Hospital, Port Blair (A.P. Bharadwaj, M. Singhania )

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Estimated monthly incidence (black dots) of acute diarrhea among children <15 years of age in the Andaman Islands and 12-month moving average of the monthly incidence (black line), 2001–2007. Data based on cases of disease among children admitted to G.B. Pant Hospital, Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India.

Figure. Estimated monthly incidence (black dots) of acute diarrhea among children <15 years of age in the Andaman Islands and 12-month moving average of the monthly incidence (black line), 2001–2007. Data based on cases of disease among children admitted to G.B. Pant Hospital, Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India.

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