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Enterobacter sakazakii (Cronobacter spp.) in powdered follow-up formulae : meeting report
World Health Organization; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations ( 2008 )
Enterobacter sakazakii and other microorganisms in powdered infant formula : meeting report
FAO/WHO Expert Meeting on Enterobacter sakazakii and Other Microorganisms in Powdered Infant Formula (2004 : Geneva, Switzerland); World Health Organization; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations ( 2004 )
Enterobacter sakazakii and Salmonella in powdered infant formula : meeting report
Joint FAO/WHO Technical Meeting on Enterobacter sakazakii and Salmonella in Powdered Infant Formula (2006 : Rome, Italy); Cahill, Sarah; Duffy, Ruth; World Health Organization. Dept. of Food Safety, Zoonoses and Foodborne Diseases; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations ( 2006 )
Enterobacter sakazakii et autres microorganismes présents dans les préparations en poudre pour nourrissons : projet de la réunion
FAO/WHO Expert Meeting on Enterobacter sakazakii and Other Microorganisms in Powdered Infant Formula (2004 : Geneva, Switzerland); World Health Organization. Dept. of Food Safety, Zoonoses and Foodborne Diseases; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations ( 2005 )
Enterobacter sakazakii y otros microorganismos en los preparados en polvo para lactantes : informe de la reunión
FAO/WHO Expert Meeting on Enterobacter sakazakii and Other Microorganisms in Powdered Infant Formula (2004 : Geneva, Switzerland); World Health Organization; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations ( 2005 )
Enterohaemorrhagic escherichia coli / Yoshifumi Takeda
Takeda, Yoshifumi ( 1997 )
Enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli in raw beef and beef products: approaches for the provision of scientific advice: meeting report
World Health Organization; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations ( 2011 )
Enterovacunas bacterianas orales : informe de un Grupo Científico de la OMS [se reunió en Ginebra del 2 al 8 de noviembre de 1971]
WHO Scientific Group on Oral Enteric Bacterial Vaccines; World Health Organization ( 1972 )
Enterprise for health : an appraisal of the project "Investment Incentives for Workplace Health Promotion", May 1999
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1999 )
This paper sets out the findings of an expert appraisal of the current stage of development of the project on Investment Incentives for Workplace Health Promotion conducted in February 1999 in Hanover, Germany. It describes the current strengths and weaknesses of the project and makes practical recommendations about the changes that need to be made to help secure its success and impact on health. The report goes a step further by proposing some suggestions for implementing the recommendations
Entertainment for health / Aurora Silayan-Go
Silayan-Go, Aurora ( 1990 )
Entomological evaluation of DDT, HCH and malathion in a field trial against Anopheles pharoensis in the Nile delta, 1963 / by A. Shawarby, T. Zaghloul, M. Ezzel Arab
Shawarby, A; World Health Organization ( 1965 )
Entomological evaluation of fenitrothion (OMS-43) as a residual spray for the control of an An. gambiae and An. Funestus, Kisumu, Kenya / by R. E. Fontaine, G. P. Joshi, G. D. Pradhan
Fontaine, R. E; Joshi, G. P; Pradhan, G. D; World Health Organization ( 1975 )
Entomological field techniques for malaria control
World Health Organization ( 1992 )
Entomological field-trials for assessing the effects of different dosages of DDT
World Health Organization ( 1961 )
Entomological Investigation of DF/DHF Outbreak in Rural Areas of Hissar District, Haryana, India.
Sharma, S.K. ( 1998-12 )
Entomological Investigations for DF/DHF in Alwar District, Rajasthan, India.
Baruah, Kalpana; Kumar, Avdhesh; Meena, V R ( 2004-12 )
Entomological investigations of dengue vectors in epidemic-prone districts of Pakistan during 2006–2010.
Mukhtar, Muhammad; Tahir, Zarfishan; Baloch, Taj Muhammad; Mansoor, Faisal; Kamran, Jaleel ( 2011-12 )
Intensive entomological investigations were carried out in seven dengue epidemic-prone districts of Pakistan, classifying them into three geographical regions, viz. southern, central and northern Pakistan. A total of 5132 water habitats from 2136 households in and around dengue-positive houses were sampled. Additionally, 264 samples each at least 30 metres away from dengue-positive houses were also collected from outdoor habitats. Only indoor samples data were used for the estimation of entomological indices. House Index, Container Index and Breteau Index were estimated at 39.42%, 27.96% and 67.20 respectively. Underground water tanks showed the highest (42.38%) positivity, followed by earthen pots (36.97%), drums (33.38%) and the least (4.58%) from discarded containers. From outdoor sites, only 5.05% (n=14) samples were found positive. Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus species exhibited a distinct association with different geographical regions. In the south of the country only Ae. aegypti was recorded in all (n=452) positive habitats while in the central part, both Ae. aegypti and Ae. albopictus were reported from 88.2% (n=253) and 11.8% (n=34) of the total 287 positive habitats respectively. In the north/submountainous region, 88.45% (n=628) of 710 positive samples were found infested with Ae. albopictus. Both species showed a significant population-rising trend from September to November, similar to the dengue case-load trend.
Entomological survey of an outbread of Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Sharma, SN; Prasad, RN ( 1996-12 )
Entomological survey of dengue vectors as basis for developing vector control measures in Barangay Poblacion, Muntinlupa City, Philippines, 2008.
Cruz, Estrella Irlandez; Salazar, Ferdinand V; Porras, Elizabeth; Mercado, Remigio; Orais, Virginia; Bunyi, Juancho ( 2008-12 )
An entomological survey of dengue vectors was carried out in Barangay Poblacion Muntinlupa City in Philippines. The survey revealed the presence of only one Aedes species, i.e. Aedes aegypti. The HouseIndex (HI), Container Index (CI) and Bretaeu Index (BI) were estimated as 23%, 23.4% and 63 respectively.Drums, used tyres and soft-drink cases were the major breeding habitats. Although communities kept the water storage containers covered, but this failed to prevent the breeding.