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First report of Committee B to Committee A
World Health Assembly, 24 ( 1971 )
WHA29_56_eng.pdf.jpg
First report of Committee B to Committee A (draft)
World Health Assembly, 29 ( 1976 )
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First report of Committee B: (draft)
World Health Assembly, 55 ( 2002 )
A63_62Draft-en.pdf.jpg
First report of Committee B: (draft)
World Health Assembly, 63 ( 2010 )
A62_50Draft-en.pdf.jpg
First report of Committee B: (draft)
World Health Assembly, 62 ( 2009 )
A64_55Draft-en.pdf.jpg
First report of Committee B: (draft)
World Health Assembly, 64 ( 2011 )
A61_43-en.pdf.jpg
First report of Committee B: (draft)
World Health Assembly, 61 ( 2008 )
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First report of Committee B: (draft)
World Health Assembly, 52 ( 1999 )
A59_48-en.pdf.jpg
First report of Committee B: (draft)
World Health Assembly, 59 ( 2006 )
A60_55-en.pdf.jpg
First report of Committee B: (draft)
World Health Assembly, 60 ( 2007 )
A58_53-en.pdf.jpg
First report of Committee B: (draft)
World Health Assembly, 58 ( 2005 )
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First report of Committee B: (draft)
World Health Assembly, 54 ( 2001 )
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First report of cryptosporidiosis among Iraqi children
Mahdi, Nadham K.; Al Sadoon, Imad; Mohamed, Adel T. ( 1996 )
Abstract

Of 240 Iraqi children under five years old with a primary diagnosis of gastroenteritis and dehydration, 22 were excreting Cryptosporidium oocysts in their stools. This is the first reported occurrence of cryptosporidiosis among Iraqi schoolchildren. Samples were collected and examined by the modified Ziehl-Neelsen method between March and November 1994. The frequency distribution of Cryptosporidium among 114 positive cases with intestinal parasites was 18.3%. The boy-to-girl ratio was 1:2 among the Cryptosporidium-positive children. Most patients complained of abdominal colic and watery diarrhoea and were clinically dehydrated. The associated symptoms were fever and vomiting. Cryptosporidium and Giardia appeared to be associated

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First report of Escherichia coli O157 among Iraqi children
Shebib, Z.A.; Abdul Ghani, Z.G.; Mahdi, L.Kh. ( 2003 )
Abstract

We determined the prevalence of enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli, especially E. coli O157, and other enteropathogens among 200 children with bloody diarrhoea and 100 age-matched controls at two Baghdad hospitals. Bacterial and parasitic agents were found in 39.5% and 28.5% of cases, respectively; no pathogen was detected in 32%. E. coli O157 was identified in 11.5% and more than one pathogen was found in 15.5% of cases. The most common pathogens were enteropathogenic E. coli [EPEC] [5%]; E. coli other than E. coli O157 or EPEC [15%]; Entamoeba histolytica [25%] and Giardia lamblia [3.5%]. All isolates of E. coli O157:H7 were sensitive to cephalexin, ciprofloxacin, gentamicin and nalidixic acid and resistant to erythromycin, polymyxin B and vancomycin. Resistance to 6 or more antimicrobial agents was common [50% of isolates]

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First report of the Committee on Administration and Finance
World Health Assembly, 2 ( 1949 )
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First report of the Committee on Administration and Finance
World Health Assembly, 2 ( 1949 )
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First report of the Committee on Administration, Finance and Legal Matters
World Health Assembly, 8 ( 1955 )
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First report of the Committee on Administration, Finance and Legal Matters
World Health Assembly, 17 ( 1964 )
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First report of the Committee on Administration, Finance and Legal Matters
World Health Assembly, 4 ( 1951 )
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First report of the Committee on Administration, Finance and Legal Matters
World Health Assembly, 19 ( 1966 )
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