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Volume 17, Number 8—August 2011

Dispatch

Risk Factors for Death from Pandemic (H1N1) 2009, Southern Brazil

Renata T.C. YokotaComments to Author , Lacita M. Skalinski, Cristine N. Igansi, Libia R.O. de Souza, Betine P.M. Iser, Priscilleyne O. Reis, Eliana N.C. Barros, Eduardo M. Macário, Marilina A. Bercini, Tani M.S. Ranieri, and Wildo N. Araújo
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Ministry of Heath, Brasilia, Brazil (R.T.C. Yokota, L.M. Skalinski, C.N. Igansi, L.R.O. de Souza, B.P.M. Iser, P.O. Reis, E.N.C. Barros, E.M. Macário, W.N. Araújo); Health Secretariat of Rio do Sul State, Porto Alegre, Brazil (M.A. Bercini, T.M.S. Ranieri)

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Figure 1

Location of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil (A) and distribution of 157 patients with pandemic (H1N1) 2009 in 4 cities in this state (B). Values in parentheses are numbers of patients.

Figure 1. Location of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil (A) and distribution of 157 patients with pandemic (H1N1) 2009 in 4 cities in this state (B). Values in parentheses are numbers of patients.

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