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Volume 16, Number 4—April 2010

Research

Clostridium difficile Infections among Hospitalized Children, United States, 1997–2006

Marya D. ZilberbergComments to Author , Glenn S. Tillotson, and L. Clifford McDonald
Author affiliations: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, USA (M.D. Zilberberg); EviMed Research Group, LLC, Goshen, Massachusetts, USA (M.D. Zilberberg); ViroPharma Inc., Exton, Pennsylvania, USA (G.S. Tillotson); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (L.C. McDonald)

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Incidence of infectious diarrhea hospitalizations per 10,000 all-cause hospitalizations, Health Care Utilization Project and Kids’ Inpatient Database, United States, 1997–2006. CDI, Clostridium difficile infection.

Figure 2. Incidence of infectious diarrhea hospitalizations per 10,000 all-cause hospitalizations, Health Care Utilization Project and Kids’ Inpatient Database, United States, 1997–2006. CDI, Clostridium difficile infection.

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