Air pollution and anemia as risk factors for pneumonia in ecuadorian children: a retrospective cohort analysis.

Harris, Aaron M.
Sempértegui, Fernando.
Estrella, Bertha.
Narváez, Ximena.
Egas, Juan.
Woodin, Mark.
Durant, John L.
Naumova, Elena N.
Griffiths, Jeffrey K.
2011

Background: Ambient air pollution and malnutrition, particularly anemia, are risk factors for pneumonia, a leading cause of death in children under five. We simultaneously assessed these risk factors in Quito, Ecuador.

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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/012569
Original publication
Harris, Aaron, Fernando Sempértegui, Bertha Estrella, Ximena Narváez, Juan Egas, Mark Woodin, John L. Durant, Elena N. Naumova, and Jeffrey K. Griffiths. "Air pollution and anemia as risk factors for pneumonia in ecuadorian children: a retrospective cohort analysis." Environmental Health 10, no. 1 (12, 2011): 1-8.
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