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. 2017 Dec 4;35(48 Pt A):6483-6491.
doi: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2017.01.051.

Failure to Thrive: Case Definition & Guidelines for Data Collection, Analysis, and Presentation of Maternal Immunisation Safety Data

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Failure to Thrive: Case Definition & Guidelines for Data Collection, Analysis, and Presentation of Maternal Immunisation Safety Data

Elizabeth Ross et al. Vaccine. .
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Keywords: Adverse event; Case definition; Failure to thrive; Guidelines; Immunisation; Malnutrition.

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