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Volume 8, Number 6—June 2002

Perspective

Clinical Epidemiology of Malaria in the Highlands of Western Kenya

Simon I. Hay*†Comments to Author , Abdisalan M. Noor†, Milka Simba†, Millie Busolo‡, Helen L. Guyatt*†, Sam A. Ochola‡, and Robert W. Snow*†‡
Author affiliations: *University of Oxford, Oxford, UK; †Kenya Medical Research Institute/Wellcome Trust Collaborative Programme, Nairobi, Kenya; ‡Ministry of Health, Nairobi, Kenya;

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Figure 2

Time series of child admissions for the three study hospitals, Kenya. Time series of child admissions (<15 years of age) for Kilgoris (a), Kisii (b), and Tabaka (c) for 1980–1999, 1987–2000, and 1981–2000 time periods, respectively. The bold line is 25-point (month) moving average of the same data for child admissions.

Figure 2. Time series of child admissions for the three study hospitals, Kenya. Time series of child admissions (<15 years of age) for Kilgoris (a), Kisii (b), and Tabaka (c) for 1980–1999, 1987–2000, and 1981–2000 time periods, respectively. The bold line is 25-point (month) moving average of the same data for child admissions.

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