Figure 4.

The proportion of children under 5 with a suspected ARI that received any medication versus antibiotics. Blue bar = Actual utilization - the child was given any medication to treat the acute respiratory infection. Red bar = Effective coverage - the child was given the correct treatment (in this case antibiotics) to treat the acute respiratory infection. The 95% confidence intervals for each proportion are indicated on the graph. The Sample sizes are: General Population - 114/Roma - 172/Poorest - 9. The data source is the MICS 2005 (UNICEF).

Idzerda et al. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2011 11:10   doi:10.1186/1472-698X-11-10
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