As part of a longitudinal, community-based study of diarrhoeal morbidity in a peri-urban community in Lima, Peru, a household survey was administered to ascertain possible risk factors for diarrhoeal incidence.
|Title||Transmission factors and socioeconomic status as determinants of diarrhoeal incidence in Lima, Peru|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1991|
|Authors||Black, RE, Yeager, BAC, Lanata, CF, Lazo, F, Verastegui, H|
|Pagination||p. 186-193: 5 tab.|
|Keywords||behaviour, diarrhoeal diseases, disease transmission, epidemiology, evaluation, impact assessment, morbidity, peru, peru lima, social aspects, use of facilities, water storage|