Associations between open drain flooding and pediatric enteric infections in the MAL-ED cohort in a low-income, urban neighborhood in Vellore, India.
Berendes, David M; Leon, Juan S; Kirby, Amy E; Clennon, Julie A; Raj, Suraja J; Yakubu, Habib; Robb, Katharine A; Kartikeyan, Arun; Hemavathy, Priya; Gunasekaran, Annai; Roy, Sheela; Ghale, Ben Chirag; Kumar, J Senthil; Mohan, Venkata Raghava; Kang, Gagandeep; Moe, Christine L.
BMC Public Health
; 19(1): 926, 2019 Jul 10.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31291914
Household sanitation is associated with lower risk of bacterial and protozoal enteric infections, but not viral infections and diarrhoea, in a cohort study in a low-income urban neighbourhood in Vellore, India.