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The epidemiology of acute respiratory infections in children and adults: a global perspective


, : The epidemiology of acute respiratory infections in children and adults: a global perspective. Epidemiologic Reviews 12: 149-178

This review covers the magnitude of the problem, the classification of the infections, the aetiological agents and the risk factors (including smoking, crowding, nutrition, pollution and HIV infection) and data collection.D.W.

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