Quantitative Assessment of Exposure to Fecal Contamination for Young Children in a Crowded, Low-Income Urban Environment in the SaniPath Study of Accra, Ghana - SaniPath
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Quantitative Assessment of Exposure to Fecal Contamination for Young Children in a Crowded, Low-Income Urban Environment in the SaniPath Study of Accra, Ghana

Y Wang, CL Moe, C Null, S Raj, K Baker, K Robb, H Yakubu, J Ampofo, N Wellington, M Freeman, G Armah, H Reese, D Peprah, P Teunis

American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (November 2016)

Yuke Wang presented a poster that discussed quantitative analysis results related to a SaniPath deployment in low-income urban environments in Accra, Ghana. This presentation included discussions related to the fecal microbe transfer network designed based on structured observations, questionnaires, and environmental samples. The analysis technique allowed for tracking of fecal bacteria from the environment to oral ingestion by utilizing fecal microbe transfer networks and provides insight as to risk of exposure to fecal microbes across various exposure pathways. This presentation was given at the 2016 ASTMH meeting in Atlanta, GA, which brings together professionals interested in tropical medicine and global health.

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