Cryptosporidium is a leading cause of pediatric diarrhea in resource-limited settings; yet, few studies report the health care costs or societal impacts of this protozoan parasite. This study examined direct and indirect costs associated with symptomatic cryptosporidiosis in infants younger than 12 months in Kenya, Peru and Bangladesh.
Author(s): Rafferty E, Schurer J, Arndt M, Choy R, de Hostos E, Shoultz D, Farag M
Corporate author(s): School of Public Health, University of Saskatchewan; Center for One Health Research, University of Washington; PATH; Department of Global Health, University of Washington
Publication date: 2017
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