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

By: John T. Brown

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In the writer's experience this is not an uncommon state of affairs in an industry such as dossage-form manufacture, which is superficially quite $rraightforward, yet very complex in detail. In this context, it was apparent that the most effective way to expedite RDL's progress along meaningful lines would be to concentrate the available resources on specific, selected problem areas rather than to attempt an across-the-board approach.

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World Health Organization : Technical Report Series, No. 411 - in ...

By: World Health Organization

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INTRODUCTION La lutte contre les trypanosomiases amCricaine et africaine prCsente des difficult8s considCrables, dues en particulier B l'ttendue des territoires touchCs, au grand nombre de personnes exposCes au risque d'infection et B l'absence d'une mCthode unique et peu co6teuse qui permettrait de vaincre la maladie par une action de masse dans les conditions 6pidtmiologiques les plus diverses. La trypanosomiase stvit surtout dans des pays en voie de dtveloppement, 06 ...

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World Health Organization : Year 2004 ; Communicable Diseases and ...

By: World Health Organization

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1. Is this the beginning of an outbreak? You might be facing an outbreak very soon if You have seen an unusual number of acute diarrhoeal cases this week and the patients have the following points in common: • they have similar clinical symptoms (watery or bloody diarrhoea) • they are living in the same area or location • they have eaten the same food (at a burial ceremony for example) • they are sharing the same water source • there is an outbreak in the neighbouring co...

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World Health Organization, Weekly Epidemiological Record, Year 194...

By: World Health Organization

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EXTRAITS DES RENSEIGNEMENTS RECUEILLIS PAR LA SECTION D'HYGIBNE DU SECRBTARIAT DE LA SOCIETS DES NATIONS EXTRACTS FROM INFORMATION RECEIVED BY THE HEALTH SECTION OF THE SECRETARIAT OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS

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

By: J. C. M. Holman

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Le manque d'iode dans les aliments et l'eau de boisson est reconnu presque universellement comme la cause du goitre simple. Dks lors, le moyen le plus rationnel de prkvenir la maladie est de remtdier a cette carence. La prophylaxie par administration d'iode a pour but.principa1 de pallier l'absence totale d'iode ambiant. Mais elle est tgalement efficace dans les cas ou des facteurs qui accroissent les besoins nornlaux en iode sont B l'origine de la maladie. L'administrat...

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World Health Organization : Press Release, Year 2003 : Press Relea...

By: World Health Organization

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MadridlGenevelLe Caire - Alors que la communaute internationale se reunit afin d'etudier les besoins urgents pour la reconstruction de I'lraq, Itorganisation mondiale de la Sante (OMS), I'UNICEF et la Banque mondiale attireront I'attention sur la necessite d'arneliorer la sante dans ce pays et de mettre un systeme de sante efficace a la disposition de la population.

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Executive Board : 2003, Document, No. Eb111. R6-In French: Lutte C...

By: World Health Organization

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In an earlier study based on the long-term followup of lepromatous outpatients who had been receiving sulfone treatment for up to 20 years, Quagliato et al. (1) set out to determine thc time required for hacteriological negativity (inactivity) and the cumulative coeficient of bacteriological reactivation (relapse) after inactivity had been attained.

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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1993; Volume 71, Numbe...

By: G. Kuno

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By the year 2000 half the world's population is expexted to live urban areas.

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World Health Organization : Year 1994 ; World Health Organization,...

By: Hiroshi Nakajima, Dr.

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In 1984, when the Second bzternational Conferelzce on Populafion was held in Mexico, the world population was approximately 4800 million. Now, 10 years later, on the eve of the International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo, it is about 5700 million. What sort of life can the newcomers, these 900 million infants and chldren of today, expect in 2015, the target-year for the goals to be set by the Cairo conference? And what changes will be required from he...

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

By: M. Pierre Vogt

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In a world where the incidence of poliomyelitis is continuing to decline because of increasingly widesoread use of Sabin trivalent attenuated poliovirus vaccine. cartful pl:rnnlng is required hefore i n i t ~ ~ r ~ t ~ g human rrinli of p.~lcntlall! ~ntproved Sahln-(ltri\.td \.acane rtralns.

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European Occupational Health Series : Environmental Health Service...

By: Lars Landner

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PATHOGEN-HOST LISTSa

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World Health Organization, Weekly Epidemiological Record, Year 195...

By: World Health Organization

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Les avis eoneernant les quarantnines st les vaccinations exlgdes sont publids duns ie Relev4 Eplddmlologlgue Hebdomadalre tels qu'ils sont reGus des Gouvernements ; aueun commentnlre n'neeompngns ees avis, mBme lorsque les meswes semblent ddpnsser cellos pr6vues par la l6gislatlon sanitaire hternationnle. Dans ce dernler cas, le Gouvernement intEress6 est avert1 des divergences constathes, toutePofs les addnistrations snnitalres sont invltCes & prdsenter toute remarque B...

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World Health Organization : Year 1995 ; World Health Organization,...

By: World Health Organization

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Considerable progress has been made in the development of antiviral agents. Several new compounds have become available to physicians over the past few years and many more are under development. Many of the recently developed agents represent incremental improvements related to improved pharmacokinetic andlor tolerance profiles. One of the reasons behind this progress has been the fight against the epidemic of HIV infection and its sequelae, with a resulting expansion in...

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Statement, Year 2006 - Statement, World Health Organization, No. 4...

By: World Health Organization

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La confirmation de cas de grippe aviaire H5N1 chez les volailles en Afrique est tres inquietante et appelle des mesures immediates. C'est la premiere fois que ce virus hautement pathogene est signale sur le continent africain, deja durement frappe par la pandemie de VIHISIDA et d'autres maladies infectieuses graves. Le virus H5N1, dont la presence vient d'etre confirmee au Nigeria, met en peril A la fois la sante et les moyens de subsistance des Africains. Du point de vu...

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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1968; Volume 38, Numbe...

By: L. Andral

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Statistics have been compiled to show the relation of the numbers of physicians, medical schools, and students to areas and populations throughout the world. Some of the figures are estimates and assumptions, and because of this the author repeatedly warns against tempting deductions and conclusions.

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World Health Organization : Year 1989 ; World Health Organization,...

By: World Health Organization

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introduction Disease surveillance is the wlledion of data about ~ksesof the m t diseases. The primry plrpose of a surveillance systPm is to provide itfomtion upm which actian can be takn arxi the maker of c~lses of disease reduced. It can briefly be descrikd as data m l l d o n for action. Surveillance data is used to: * evaluate the i n p d of inanaizatian semi- on the nm&r of cases of illness ard death in the d t y

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Executive Board : 2004, Document, No. Eb113. R3-In Russian

By: World Health Organization

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In order to achieve Health for all by the year 2000 by setting up an effective health care delivery system, it is essential that governments, communities and individuals should jointly formulate policies, elaborate strategies, implement plans of action and monitor the results of programmes in the spirit of the concept of self-reliance. The developing countries in Africa do not have to go on repeating experiences which are futile or inadapted to their political, social, e...

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Health Organisation, Malaria Comission; World Health Organization ...

By: Martin D. Young

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LfinefficacitB de cer'taines amino-4 quinoleines pour guerir les infections dues & une souche de Plasmodium falciparum provenant de Colombie, Arnerique du Sud, a d t d rdcernment signalee ( ~ o o r e& Lanier, 1961; Young & Moore, 1961; Young, 1961; Young, 1962). La prgsente 6tude e s t consacrge k une souche de P. falciparum, apparemment originsire de ThaTlande, sur laquelle les m6dicaments synthetiques n 'ont ggalement gu&re d ' e f f e t.

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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1993; Volume 71, Numbe...

By: Oms, Service du Paludisme

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Introduction Before ivermectin became available. onchocerciasis control was mainly directed against the vectors of the disease. The basic strategy of the WHO Onchocerciasis Control Programme in West Africa (OCP) consisted in interrupting transmission of the disease by continuing to destroy the vector larvae until the parasite reservoir in humans died out. For this to be achieved, 12-15 years of uninterrupted vector control was necessary (1, 2).

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

By: World Health Organization

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2. When will it be completed ? World Health Assembly Resolution WHA 52.18 maps out a process for developing the WHO FCTC and possible related protocols. This Resolution, which was adopted unanimously by the World Health Assembly in May 1999, foresees the adoption of the Framework Convention and possible related protocols by the World Health Assembly no later than May 2003. Each negotiating process is unique and has its own momentum. The FCTC can be completed earlier if W...

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