Disparities in Infectious Disease Hospitalizations for American Indian/ Alaska Native People (Vol.126 no.4)
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1. The health disparities in infectious disease (ID) hospitalizations for AI/AN people in this study had not been studied since an earlier evaluation using data from what year?*
2. Why were the HIS California and Portland, Oregon Administrative Areas excluded from the study?*
3. Hospital discharge records were examined by all of the following, except:*
4. Infectious disease hospitalization rates were highest for infants, followed by which age group?*
5. Which of the following was NOT part of the authors’ main conclusions?*