Baseline characteristics of 35 rural primary schools allocated to four arms receiving either diarrhea (DIA), dengue (DEN), both (DIADEN), or no interventions (CON) in Anapoima and La Mesa municipalities, Colombia in 2011.

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J. Overgaard, Hans; Alexander, Neal; Matiz, Maria Ines; Jaramillo, Juan Felipe; Olano, Victor Alberto; Vargas, Sandra; Sarmiento, Diana; Lenhart, Audrey; Stenström, Thor Axel;
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0005106.t001
  • Subject: Medicine | Biotechnology | Sociology | Marine Biology | Cancer | Science Policy | ISRCTN | dengue entomological risk factors | risk factors | dengue interventions | dengue risk factors | dengue vector mosquitoes | CON | Trial Registration ClinicalTrials.gov | diarrhea interventions | diarrheal disease | DIADEN | Escherichia coli colony | DIA | factorial cluster randomized | Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial | pupil school absence | water storage containers | Aedes aegypti density | water quality | Dengue Entomological Risk Factors | CFU
    • FOR: 110309 Infectious Diseases

<p>Baseline characteristics of 35 rural primary schools allocated to four arms receiving either diarrhea (DIA), dengue (DEN), both (DIADEN), or no interventions (CON) in Anapoima and La Mesa municipalities, Colombia in 2011.</p>
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