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Diarrhoeal diseases in the South-East Asia Region: report of the third meeting of the Regional Scientific Working Group on diarrhoeal diseases, Calcutta, India, 25-27 February 1983. Document SEA/DD/17
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 1984-03-05 )
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Diarrhoeal diseases of children by Dr P.P. Sumbung, Assistant Director, Health Services
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 1977-03-15 )
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Diarrhoeal diseases research
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 1980 )
Diarrhoeal diseases, Bangladesh
( 1998 )
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Diarrhoeal diseases.
Regional Committee for Africa, 35 ( 1985 )
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Diarroheal diseases control
World Health Organization ( 1987 )
Diathermy and implanted leads
( 2002 )
Diazinon
Barabás, K; World Health Organization; International Programme on Chemical Safety ( 1998 )
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Diálogo sobre financiación: Informe de la Secretaría
Consejo Ejecutivo, 134 ( 2014 )
Diccionario de epilepsia / H. Gastaut, en colaboraci'on con un grupo internacional de expertos
Gastaut, H; WHO Working Group on the Dictionary of Epilepsy ( 1973 )
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Dichloropropene, dichloropropane and mixtures / published under the joint sponsorship of the United Nations Environment Programme, the International Labour Organisation, and the World Health Organization
World Health Organization; International Programme on Chemical Safety ( 1993 )
Abstract

Evaluates the risks to human health and the environment posed by 1,3-dichloropropene, 1,2-dichloropropane and mixtures of these chemicals. Since the two compounds and mixtures have been widely used in agriculture as pre-plant fumigants applied by soil injection, the report gives particular attention to studies investigating behaviour in soil, risks of leaching and groundwater contamination, uptake by food crops, residues detected in drinking-water and food, and risks to agricultural workers and the general population. Over 300 studies, including proprietary toxicological data from the manufacturers, were critically assessed. The report concludes that, when used at the recommended rate, 1,3-dichloropropene is unlikely to attain levels of environmental significance. Risks to the general population were judged negligible. Concerning occupational hazards, the report cites evidence, largely from case reports of poisoning, underscoring the need to follow appropriate safety precautions. The report concludes that 1,2-dichloropropane poses a negligible risk to the general population. When used at the recommended rate, the compound is unlikely to attain levels of environmental significance. For workers, the compound is judged unlikely to pose a hazard, provided good work practices, hygienic measures, and safety precautions are followed. Data on mixtures of dichloropropenes and dichloropropane are evaluated in the final monograph. This technical mixture previously enjoyed wide use as a soil nematocide before planting. Citing evidence of a significant potential for 1,2-dichloropropane derived from this mixture to leach from soil and contaminate well water and groundwater, the report recommends that mixtures of dichloropropenes and dichloropropane should not be used as a soil fumigant

Dichlorvos / published under the joint sponsorship of the United Nations Environment Programme, the International Labour Organisation, and the World Health Organization
World Health Organization; International Programme on Chemical Safety ( 1989 )
Abstract

Dichlorvos is a contact and stomach insecticide used worldwide to control insects on crops and domestic animals. The compound is also used as an insecticide in houses and other buildings and for insect control in aircraft. This book evaluates the effects on man and the environment associated with the widespread use of dichlorvos. Noting that exposure via contaminated food and drinking-water is negligible, the book concentrates on health risks in occupational conditions and among residents in houses or buildings using dichlorvos as an insecticide, primarily in the form of sprays or slow-release strips. Risks to animal species and man are evaluated on the basis of extensive research conducted in experimental animals and in vitro test systems. Concerning environmental hazards, the book concludes that, with the exception of conditions caused by gross spillage, the recommended use of dichlorvos as an insecticide does not constitute an acute or long-term hazard for aquatic or terrestrial organisms. The high toxicity for birds and bees necessitates caution in the use and handling of dichlorvos where these species might be exposed

Dichlorvos : health and safety guide
World Health Organization; International Programme on Chemical Safety ( 1988 )
Dicionário de epilepsia / H. Gastaut em colabora*ão com um grupo internacional de especialistas
Gastaut, H; WHO Working Group on the Dictionary of Epilepsy ( 1985 )
Diclorv'os : gu'ia para la salud y la seguridad
Pan American Health Organization; International Programme on Chemical Safety ( 1992 )
Dictionary of epilepsy / H. Gastaut in collaboration with an international group of experts
Gastaut, H; WHO Working Group on the Dictionary of Epilepsy ( 1973 )
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Dictionary of genetics and molecularbiology
World Health Organization ( 1993 )
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Dictionary of ophthalmology
World Health Organization ( 1993 )
Dictionnaire de l' épilepsie / H. Gastaut, en collaboration avec un groupe international d'experts
Gastaut, H; WHO Working Group on the Dictionary of Epilepsy ( 1973 )
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Didanosine-tenofovir interaction : safety concerns
( 2005 )
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