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NUHDSS - Verbal Autopsy, Causes of deaths 2002-2015
2002 - 2016
African Population and Health Research Center
October 28, 2017
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The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Kyobutungi, Catherine, Abdallah Ziraba, Alex Ezeh, and Yazoumé Ye.
The burden of disease profile of residents of Nairobi's slums: Results from a Demographic Surveillance System
Population Health Metrics 6, no. 1 (2008): 1.
Ziraba, Abdallah, Nyovani Madise, Samuel Mills, Catherine Kyobutungi, and Alex Ezeh.
Maternal mortality in the informal settlements of Nairobi city: what do we know?
Reproductive Health 6, no. 1 (2009): 6.
Ye, Yazoume, Eliya Zulu, Maurice Mutisya, Benedict Orindi, Jacques Emina, and Catherine Kyobutungi.
Seasonal Pattern of Pneumonia Mortality among Under-Five Children in Nairobi’s Informal Settlements
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 81, no. 5 (2009): 770-775.
Oti, Samuel, and Catherine Kyobutungi.
Verbal autopsy interpretation: a comparative analysis of the InterVA model versus physician review in determining causes of death in the Nairobi DSS
Population Health Metrics 8, no. 1 (2010): 21.
Ziraba, Abdallah, Catherine Kyobutungi, and Eliya Zulu.
Fatal injuries in the slums of Nairobi and their risk factors: results from a matched case-control study
Journal of Urban Health 88, no. Suppl 2 (2011): 256-265.
Oti, Samuel O, Marilyn Wamukoya, Mary Mahy, and Catherine Kyobutungi.
InterVA versus Spectrum: how comparable are they in estimating AIDS mortality patterns in Nairobi’s informal settlements?
Global Health Action (2013).
Oti, Samuel, Michael Mutua, George Mgomella, Thaddaeus Egondi, Alex Ezeh, and Catherine Kyobutungi.
HIV mortality in urban slums of Nairobi, Kenya 2003-2010: a period effect analysis
BMC Public Health 13, no. 1 (2013): 588.
Oti, Samuel, Steven van de Vijver, and Catherine Kyobutungi.
Trends in non-communicable disease mortality among adult residents in Nairobi’s slums, 2003–2011: applying InterVA-4 to verbal autopsy data
Global Health Action 7, no. 25533 (2014): 0-0.