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Clinical Profile of Critical Pertussis in Children at a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit in Northern India.

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Summary of "Clinical Profile of Critical Pertussis in Children at a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit in Northern India."

To delineate the clinical profile, complications, intensive care needs, and predictors of mortality in children with critical pertussis.

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Name: Indian pediatrics
ISSN: 0974-7559
Pages: 228-231

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