Evaluation of Syndromic Algorithms for Managing Sexually Transmitted Infections Among Pregnant Women in Kenya
Jillian C. Pintye, RN; Alison Drake; Jennifer Unger, MD; Daniel Matemo, MLS; John Kinuthia, MMed; R. Scott McClelland, MD; Grace John-Stewart, MD
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|Keywords||Sexually transmitted infections;
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