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World Health Organization, Weekly Epidemiological Record, Year 196...

By: World Health Organization

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Notifications rwues aux tetmes du R&glement sanitaire international wncernant les circonscriptions infectkes ou les temtoires oh la prdsence de mnladies quarantenaires a 6t6 signalee (voir page 9). rn = Cuconscriptions ou temtoires notifies aux termes de I'article 3 il la date donnb. Autres temtoires oh la pdsence de maladies quarantenaires a dtd notifib aux termes des articles 4.5 et 9 a): A = pendant la ;hiode indiquke sow le nom de chaque maladie; B - antdrieuremeut i...

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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1971; Volume 45; Volum...

By: L. A. Simeonov

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This Annex supplements information provided in Chapter 11, section 11.10, by providing examples on how different types of references can be cited. It is based on the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts submitted to Biomedical Journals issued by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. The Uniform Requirements style (the Vancouver style) is based largely on an ANSI standard style adapted by the NLM for its databases. (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/uniform_req...

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World Health Organization : Year 1999 ; World Health Organization,...

By: M. H. Repacholi

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Foreword An International Meeting on Electromagnetic Fields: Biological Effects and Hygienic Standards, was held in Moscow 18-22 May 1998. The meeting was sponsored jointly by WHO'S Internaiional EMF Project, the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences (RAMS) Institute of Occupational Medicine and the Centre of Bioelectromagnetic Compatibility mithin the Institute of Biophysics. Important objectives for this meeting included bridging gaps in scientific literature on the biol...

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World Health Organization : Year 1998 ; (Unaids) the United Nation...

By: S. Broor, Dr.

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1. Introduction This dual report, numbers g and 10, dealing wiîh the evaluation of the major operational characteristics of commerciaily available assays to detect antibodies to HIV, presents assessments of the following 20 assays carried out between Mach 1994 and June 1995.

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World Health Organization, Weekly Epidemiological Record, Year 199...

By: World Health Organization

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By 31 December 1989, 31 497 cases had been reported to the WHO Collaborat~ngC entre on AIDS by 32 countries (Table I). Th~rse presents an increase of 65.5% (12 439 new cases) since December 1988' and of 12% (3 368 new cases) since September 1989.* Between September and December 1989, the greatest increases in the number of reporred cases were noted in the following countries:

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World Health Organization Publication : 38844: Urn Quadro de Desen...

By: Gottlieb L. Monekosso

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Existe um consenso mundial de que e possivel atingir a Saiide para Todos atraves dos cuidados primiiyios de saude. As dificuldades em p8r em priitica os atalhos prescritos pelos organismos externos ocasionaram uma certa desilusao e a procura de alternativas: Dez anos ap6s Alma-Ata, os cuidados primirios de saiide foram reexaminados em Riga,sendo evidente que o consenso se rnantem intacto. 0 que 6 necessiirio com urg6ncia 6 um quadro que facilite a implementaqilo, especia...

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World Health Organization : Year 2006 ; Communicable Diseases and ...

By: World Health Organization

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Introduction L'épopée de la dapsone M.F. Lechat Pendant des siècles, les soins aux malades de la lèpre sont restés empêtrés dans l'ignorance, les préjugés et le rejet. Une peur universelle a eu pour effet l'isolement des lépreux, la séparation de couples, et le retrait d'enfants à leurs parents. Tandis que l'isolement n'a peut-être pas été totalement inefficace en ce qui concerne la réduction de la transmission de la maladie, ce fut souvent une tragédie pour les malades ...

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World Health Organization : Organisation Mondiale de la Sante ; Se...

By: J. M. Bengoa and G. H. Beaton

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Malnutrition, as it exists in the developing countries, is a condition with many interrelating causative factors impinging upon one another. An epidemiological approach permits the examination of this complex of causation. The control of malnutrition is similarly complex. Individual intervention programmes may be aimed at some of the basic problems or designed to compensate for the causative factors. In most instances, for maximal effectiveness, desirable control program...

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World Health Organization : Regioinal Office for Africa ; Year 199...

By: Nguyen Van Duong

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Although there is a degree of development variation between the various countries, at the present time, the whole of the Mediterranean can be described as an industrialized region. Records show a substantial increase in recent years, both in volume and composition, of liquid industrial wastes discharged into the Mediterranean Sea. Apart from this, there is enough evidence to show that municipal wastewater has changed in composition during the last decades, not only throu...

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World Health Organization ; World Health Organization Offeset Publ...

By: Eileen M. Brooke

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INTRODUCTION Dans de nombreux pays, des registres ont 6t6 6tablis pour certaines maladies.' Parfois, la possibilit6 d'en cr6er un a 6t6 envisag6e, puis rejet6e faute de savoir comment proc6der. Dans certains cas, aucun objectif pr6cis n'avait 6t6 fix6. Dans d'autres cas, les fins h atteindre n'avaient pas 6t6 d6finies de manigre assez pr6cise au d6part, de sorte que les donn6es recueillies n'6taient pas toujours celles qui convenaient le mieux. I1 y a certainement eu des...

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World Health Organization : Regional Office for the Western Pacifi...

By: Shigeru Omi

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Foreword The pacific programme to Eliminate Lymphatic Filariasis (PacELF) is leading the way in the gattle to rid the world of lymphatic filariasis and the threat and the threat posed by the disease to 20% of the world's populuation.

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World Health Organization : Technical Report Series, No. 139 - in ...

By: World Health Organization

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CONFERENCE AFRICAINE SUR LA BILHARZIOSE Rapport La ConfCrence africaine sur la Bilharziose, convoquCe par I'Organisation mondiale de la SantC, s'est tenue a Brazzaville (Afrique Equatoriale Fran~aise)d u 26 novembre au 8 dCcembre 1956. M. J. CCdile, Gouverneur, SecrCtaire gCnQal pour l'hfrique Equatoriale Fran~aise, reprksentant M. Paul Chauvet, Haut-Commissaire de la RCpublique Fran~aise et Gouverneur gtnCral de 1'Afrique Equatoriale Fran~aise, a ouvert la ConfCrence. I...

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European Occupational Health Series : 1994-97; Prevention in Prima...

By: World Health Organization

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Prospects for vector control through sterilization procedures are based on the successful eradication of the screw-worm fly, Cochliomyia hominivorax (Coquerel), from the island of Curaqao and from the south-eastern portion of its range in the USA, on the encouraging results obtained in exploratory studies with chemosterilants, and on theoretical considerations of other methods of inducing sterility in natural vector populations. The screw-worm eradication programme in th...

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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 2002; Volume 80, Numbe...

By: Philip J. Landrigan

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Introduction Le cancer est une cause importante de morbidit6 et de mortalit6 partout dans le monde. Chaque annCe, 9 millions de nouveaux cas de cancer sont dCpistks et 5 millions de dCcbs sont imputables B cette maladie. S'ils sont diagnostiques assez prCcocement et si les malades re~oivent un traitement approprie, bon nombre de cancers peuvent &tre guhis; les autres peuvent bCnCficier d'un traitement palliatif pendant des periodes variables. Pour parvenir B ces rCsultat...

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European Occupational Health Series : Year 1993; Prevention in Pri...

By: Margareta Bottiger

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Provision of large, o~id closes of vltanii~i A to pl-cscl~oocl hildren on a periodic basis is an effective strategy for treating and preventing xerophth;~lmia and vitamin A deficiency in develop~ng countries (I-.?). Vilamin A supplementation oS children over 6 nionths of agc can also nlarkedly reducc monality in areas of endemic def~ciency (1-7).

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World Health Organization : Year 1993 ; World Health Organization,...

By: J. Alarcon

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1. Introduction Since its inception in 1987, WHO'S Global Programme on AIDS (GPA) has gathered epidemiological data from around the world in order to learn more about the extent of HIV infection and AIDS and the routes and determinants of HIV transmission. It has also supported governments worldwide in establishing national AIDS prevention and care programmes to work with nongovernmental and international organizations on curtailing the spread of HIV and providing care f...

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European Occupational Health Series : Reports and Studies, Europea...

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A controlled comparison of the results of treatment of pullnonary tuberculosis with standard antituberculosis chemotherapy for 12 months at home with the results of the same treatment in sanatorium was described in a report from the Tuberclosis Chemotherapy Centre, Madras (Tuberculosis Chemotherapy Centre, 1959). The main coilclusion of the report was that the results of domiciliary chemotherapy, as carried out in this study, approach sufficiently closely the results of...

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World Health Organization Publication : Year 2002 ; Issue 92917315...

By: Jill Hannum

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While sex work is a universal phenomenon, it is also frequently illegal and, therefore, clandestine. This makes it difficult to determine the true extent of the sex work industry, although it is acknowledged to be substantial and has apparently been increasing in recent years. This increase has been attributed to various factors, including changes in political, civil and socioeconomic conditions and increased population mobility. ? Effectively addressing the HIV/AIDS epi...

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World Health Organization : World Health Forum, 1993 ; Volume 14 N...

By: Edgar Kestler

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In three prenatal clinics in Latin America the average attendance time by pregnant women was 129 minutes but the average time spent with a doctor was only 8-10 minutes. In order to improve prenatal care, providers should analyse what happens during visits. Assessments should be made of the usefulness of the services offered and some thought should be given as to who might best provide them.

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World Health Organization : (Emro) Regional Office for the Eastern...

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INTRODUCTION In accordance with the Statutes of EuroPharm Forum, annual meetings take place each even year in Copenhagen during which elections are held. The Seventh Annual Meeting 1998, therefore, took place in Copenhagen, the first day of which was held at the WHO Regional Office for Europe where the Business session started, with elections: applications for membership and a new membership fee structure, being the focus of the session. A manned poster exhibition, was o...

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