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Volume 19, Number 2—February 2013

Research

Severe Lower Respiratory Tract Infection in Early Infancy and Pneumonia Hospitalizations among Children, Kenya

Patrick Kiio MunywokiComments to Author , Eric O. Ohuma, Mwanajuma Ngama, Evasius Bauni, J. Anthony G. Scott, and D. James Nokes
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme Centre for Geographic Medicine Research–Coast, Kilifi, Kenya (P.K. Munywoki, E.O. Ohuma, M. Ngama, E. Bauni, J.A.G. Scott, D.J. Nokes); University of Oxford, Oxford, UK (E.O. Ohuma, J.A.G. Scott); University of Warwick, Coventry, UK (D.J. Nokes)

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Probability over time of A) readmission for pneumonia, B) readmission for pneumonia with wheeze, and C) death for children with prior respiratory syncytial virus lower respiratory tract infection (LRTI) (solid line), other LRTI (short dashed line), and non-LRTI (long dashed line) during infancy who were hospitalized in Kilifi District Hospital, coastal Kenya, April 16, 2002–May 31, 2010.

Figure 2. . Probability over time of A) readmission for pneumonia, B) readmission for pneumonia with wheeze, and C) death for children with prior respiratory syncytial virus lower respiratory tract infection (LRTI) (solid line), other LRTI (short dashed line), and non-LRTI (long dashed line) during infancy who were hospitalized in Kilifi District Hospital, coastal Kenya, April 16, 2002–May 31, 2010.

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