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Trends In Infantile Endogenous Endophthalmitis Hospitalizations In The United States: An Analysis From 2007-2014 Using The National Inpatient Sample.

Chandana Papudesu, T. Mir, W. Fang, J. Thompson, D. Hinkle
Published 2020 · Medicine

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The rate of neonatal and infantile endogenous endophthalmitis identified using the National Inpatient Sample declined by 4% and 7%, respectively, per year from 2007-2014. These findings are consistent with the overall decline in pediatric infectious disease hospitalizations.
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