Emergency room visits for respiratory conditions in children increased after Guagua Pichincha volcanic eruptions in April 2000 in Quito, Ecuador Observational Study: Time Series Analysis.

Naumova, Elena N.
Yepes, Hugo.
Griffiths, Jeffrey K.
Sempértegui, Fernando.
Khurana, Gauri.
Jagai, Jyotsna S.
Játiva, Edgar.
Estrella, Bertha.
2007

Background: This study documented elevated rates of emergency room (ER) visits for acute upper and lower respiratory infections and asthma-related conditions in the children of Quito, Ecuador associated with the eruption of Guagua Pichincha in April of 2000.

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Naumova, Elena, Hugo Yepes, Jeffrey K. Griffiths, Fernando Sempértegui, Gauri Khurana, Jyotsna S. Jagai, Edgar Játiva, and Bertha Estrella. "Emergency room visits for respiratory conditions in children increased after Guagua Pichincha volcanic eruptions in April 2000 in Quito, Ecuador Observational Study: Time Series Analysis." Environmental Health 6, no. 1 (12, 2007): 1-11.
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