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Epidemiología y factores de riesgo de infección en la primera infancia

Los factores de riesgo incluyen asistencia a guardería, duración de la lactancia materna, hacinamiento en la guardería,presencia de hermanos, exposición ambiental al tabaco, contaminación del aire en interiores, bajo nivel socioeconómico y sexo masculino
Autor/a: Nadja Hawwa Vissing, Bo Lund Chawes, Morten Arendt Rasmussen, Hans Bisgaard  Pediatrics.2018;141(6):e20170933
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