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Gaby, Alan - - 2009
Gaby, Alan - - 2009
Klotter, Jule - - 2009
Klotter, Jule - - 2009
Klotter, Jule - - 2009
Klotter, Jule - - 2009
Klotter, Jule - - 2009
Collin, Jonathan - - 2009
Collin, Jonathan - - 2009
Collin, Jonathan - - 2009
Collin, Jonathan - - 2009
Peck, Richard - - 2009
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Dhingra, Usha - - 2009
Community-based data relating to factors influencing zinc deficiency among preschool children in India are inadequate. Data of a large, double-blinded, randomized, controlled zinc-supplementation trial were used for assessing the descriptive epidemiology of zinc deficiency among children aged 6-35 months (n=940). In total, 609 children were followed up for 120 days ...
Shafiquzzaman, Md. - - 2009
Technical and social performances of an arsenic-removal technology--the sono arsenic filter--in rural areas of Bangladesh were investigated. Results of arsenic field-test showed that filtered water met the Bangladesh standard (<50 [micro]g/L) after two years of continuous use. A questionnaire was administrated among 198 sono arsenic filter-user and 230 non-user families. ...
Takanashi, Kumiko - - 2009
A cross-sectional study was conducted to investigate the potential factors of food-hygiene practices of mothers on the prevalence of diarrhoea among their children. Mothers who had children aged 6 months-5 years were recruited in a hamlet in Viet Nam. The food-hygiene practices included hand-washing, method of washing utensils, separation of ...
Bessong, Pascal - - 2009
Total microbial quality assessment and geographical information system were used for evaluating the quality of water and the spatial distribution of diarrhoea cases in Tshikuwi, a rural community in South Africa, during an outbreak of diarrhoea. The water-abstraction points included two groundwater storage tanks, namely Tank 1 and Tank 2 ...
Hossain, M. - - 2009
Extended-interval dosing of gentamicin has several advantages over conventional multiple-daily dosing for the treatment of sepsis. The study was conducted to evaluate the pharmacokinetics of gentamicin for the treatment of neonatal sepsis in predetermined doses at 24- or 48-hour intervals, according to weight category, and to develop a simplified protocol ...
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