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Guidelines for WHO/EPI collaborative studies on poliomyelitis: standard procedure for determining immunity to poliovirus using the microneutralization test
WHO Expanded Programme on Immunization ( 1993 )
Guidelines for workplace TB control activities : the contribution of workplace TB control activities to TB control in the community / Dermot Maher ... [et al.] ; with Phyllis Gabriel, Sophie Kisting, Pierre-Yves Norval
Maher, Dermot; Boldrini, Francesca; Pathania, Vikram; Alli, Ben; Gabriel, Phyllis; Kisting, Sophie; Norval, Pierre-Yves ( 2003 )
Guidelines for writing a scientific paper / P. A. Butler, J. Khanna
Butler, P. A; Khanna, J; WHO Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction ( 1992 )
Guidelines in health care practice : report on the WHO meeting, Schloss Velen, Borken, Germany, 26-28 January 1997
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1997 )
Guidelines on AIDS and first aid in the workplace / published by the World Health Organization in collaboration with the International Labour Office and the League of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
World Health Organization; International Labour Office; League of Red Cross Societies ( 1990 )

Presents concise, authoritative guidelines on the precautions that should be followed in order to protect first aid workers from contracting HIV infection following the administration of first aid measures in the workplace. The guidelines, which were developed by WHO in collaboration with the League of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the International Labour Office, contain general information on the transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus and specific information on risks associated with first aid treatment of injured employees. Topics include mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, treatment of bleeding, the cleaning up of spilt blood, and the immediate steps to take when a first aid worker is exposed to blood. The guidelines also reassure first aid workers that the risk of acquiring infection during mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and the management of bleeding is very low and should not be used as a reason to withhold life-saving procedures. The book concludes with a consensus statement on AIDS and the workplace, including advice on the development of employment policies

Guidelines on basic newborn resuscitation
World Health Organization ( 2012 )
Guidelines on basic training and safety in acupuncture
World Health Organization. Dept. of Technical Cooperation for Essential Drugs and Traditional Medicine ( 1999 )
Guidelines on cleaning, disinfection and vector control in Salmonella enteritidis infected poultry farms : report on a Workshop on Preparation of Guidelines on Cleaning and Disinfection/Sanitation in Poultry Farms with S. enteritidis, Bakum/Vechta, 7-11 June 1993
Workshop on Preparation of Guidelines on Cleaning and Disinfection/Sanitation in Poultry Farms with S. enteritidis (1993 : Bakum/Vechta, Germany); World Health Organization. Veterinary Public Health Unit ( 1994 )
Guidelines on clinical management of chikungunya fever
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2008 )

Description: As Chikungunya Fever if a new and emerging disease it has not received sufficient coverage yet in the medical curricula of Member States. Specific treatment is not available, and there is no vaccine for the prevention of chikungunya fever. It has therefore become imperative to develop guidelines, based on the limited clinical experience gathered from managing patients so far, for appropriate management of patients in communities and in health facilities. Experts engaged in managing patients with chikungunya fever in the Region were brought together by the WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia to outline guidelines for managing various situations and stages of the disease. This publication is the end result of that exercise and is intended to assist health-care providers in planning and implementing appropriate care to patients with chikungunya fever according to their actual clinical conditions.

Guidelines on co-trimoxazole prophylaxis for HIV-related infections among children, adolescents and adults in resource-limited settings : recommendations for a public health approach
Gilks, Charles; Vitoria, Marco; World Health Organization. Dept. of HIV/AIDS ( 2006 )
Guidelines on detection and monitoring of salmonella infected poultry flocks with particular reference to salmonella enteritidis / edited by C. Wray and R. H. Davies
Wray, C; Davies, R. H; World Health Organization. Veterinary Public Health Unit ( 1994 )
Guidelines on disinfection in animal husbandry for prevention and control of zoonotic diseases / editors: A. D. Russell, V. S. Yarnych and A. Koulikovskii
Russell, A. D; Yarnych, V. S; Koulikovskii, A; World Health Organization. Veterinary Public Health Unit ( 1984 )
Guidelines on establishment of accreditation of health laboratories
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2008 )

In many countries of the World Health Organization's South-East Asia Region, laboratory accreditation, especially in the areas of medicine and health, is either not available or has not been implemented. This document provides guidelines on the facilities and personnel needed and directions on how to initiate the establishment of an accreditation process in a system. Beginning with national standards, the goal should be to achieve an internationally acceptable accreditation system. The laboratory accreditation system is important for test results to be accepted nationally and internationally.

Guidelines on establishment of virology laboratory in developing countries
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2009 )

Laboratories play a critical role in the surveillance, diagnosis and monitoring of viral disease. Establishment of a reliable viral laboratory is a prerequisite for a strong public health response to emerging viral diseases. These guidelines provide the minimum requirements for establishing a national virology laboratory and cover key aspects of physical infrastructure, human resources, technologies and quality systems. The guidelines should be of use to policy-makers and laboratory directors in the developing countries in establishing virology laboratories in their respective countries, thus enhancing national self-reliance in this area.

Guidelines on estimating the size of populations most at risk to HIV
UNAIDS/WHO Working Group on Global HIV/AIDS/STI Surveillance; World Health Organization. Dept. of HIV/AIDS; UNAIDS ( 2010 )
Guidelines on ethical issues in medical genetics and the provision of genetics services / prepared by Dorothy C. Wertz, John C. Fletcher, Kare Berg in cooperation with the World Health Organization, Victor Boulyjenkov
Wertz, Dorothy C; Fletcher, John C; Berg, Kare; Boulyjenkov, Victor; World Health Organization. Hereditary Diseases Programme ( 1995 )
Guidelines on family life education from Sri Lanka / N. Kodagoda
Kodagoda, N ( 1986 )
Guidelines on food fortification with micronutrients / edited by Lindsay Allen ... [et al.]
Allen, Lindsay H; De Benoist, Bruno; Dary, Omar; Hurrell, Richard; World Health Organization. Dept. of Nutrition for Health and Development ( 2006 )
Guidelines on HIV and infant feeding 2010: principles and recommendations for infant feeding in the context of HIV and a summary of evidence
World Health Organization ( 2010 )
Guidelines on HLM management : country experiences in organizing and managing national health learning materials (HLM project
World Health Organization. Division of Development of Human Resources for Health ( 1993 )
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