The incidence, aetiology, and adverse clinical consequences of less severe diarrhoeal episodes among infants and children residing in low-income and middle-income countries: a 12-month case-control study as a follow-on to the Global Enteric Multicenter Study (GEMS).

Kotloff, Karen L; Nasrin, Dilruba; Blackwelder, William C; Wu, Yukun; Farag, Tamer; Panchalingham, Sandra; Sow, Samba O; Sur, Dipika; Zaidi, Anita KM; Faruque, Abu SG; +24 more... Saha, Debasish; Alonso, Pedro L; Tamboura, Boubou; Sanogo, Doh; Onwuchekwa, Uma; Manna, Byomkesh; Ramamurthy, Thandavarayan; Kanungo, Suman; Ahmed, Shahnawaz; Qureshi, Shahida; Quadri, Farheen; Hossain, Anowar; Das, Sumon K; Antonio, Martin; Hossain, M Jahangir; Mandomando, Inacio; Acácio, Sozinho; Biswas, Kousick; Tennant, Sharon M; Verweij, Jaco J; Sommerfelt, Halvor; Nataro, James P; Robins-Browne, Roy M; Levine, Myron M; (2019) The incidence, aetiology, and adverse clinical consequences of less severe diarrhoeal episodes among infants and children residing in low-income and middle-income countries: a 12-month case-control study as a follow-on to the Global Enteric Multicenter Study (GEMS). The Lancet. Global health, 7 (5). e568-e584. ISSN 2214-109X DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S2214-109X(19)30076-2

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