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Fig. 4

From: Modeling patient access to therapeutic oxytocin in Zanzibar, Tanzania

Fig. 4

a Effect of ambient temperature (up to 50 °C) on oxytocin dose strength and subsequently on average access ratios of 1 (dots) and 0.5 (diamond) respectively. b Decline in weekly access ratio over 2 quarters at temperatures of 30 °C (black), 40 °C (green), 45 °C (blue), and 50 °C (pink). Temperatures were based on the ambient temperatures over the year in Zanzibar. Increase in weekly access ratio on week 14 represents arrival of a new shipment of oxytocin at the beginning of a new quarter

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