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First Bangladesh National Tuberculosis Drug Resistance Survey, 2010-2011 : MOH&FW, DGHS, Mycobacterial Disease Control , National Tuberculosis Control Programme
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2013 )
Abstract

Description: Surveys can serve as a valuable platform for studying the country or setting specific causes of drug resistance and for identifying the most important targets for intervention. The National TB Control Programme of Bangladesh conducted Drug -resistant survey during 2012-13. The results of which shows that prevalence of Multi Drug Resistance Tuberculosis (MDR-TB) in new cases (1.4%) was lower than estimated, but the prevalence of MDR TB in previously treated cases (28.5%) was much higher. Though the rate is low compared with other countries, the high TB prevalence in the community will reflect a high overall burden due to MDR TB.

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First biosimilar medicinal product approval
( 2006 )
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First cigarette somking experience among secondary-School students in Aden Republic of Yemen
Bawazeer, A.A.; Hattab, A.S.; Morales, E. ( 1999 )
Abstract

The objectives of this study were first to estimate the prevalence of cigarette smoking among secondary-school students and then to identify and analyse the demographic, social and cultural risk factors associated with the first cigarette smoking experience. A sample comprising 1000 students was selected randomly. Results showed that 19.6% of the total sample smoked; 15.5% among females and 21.9% among males. Family and/or friends appeared to influence the first cigarette experience and thus prevention strategies should involve not only the students themselves but the home, school and social environments also

First Conference of the European Network of Health Promoting Schools : the health promoting school - an investment in education, health and democracy : case study book, Thessaloniki-Halkidiki, Greece, 1-5 May 1997
European Network of Health Promoting Schools. Conference (1st : 1997: Thessaloniki-Halkidiki, Greece); World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Network of Health Promoting Schools; Council of Europe; European Commission ( 1997 )
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First Conference of the European Network of Health Promoting Schools : the health promoting school - an investment in education, health and democracy : conference resolution, Thessaloniki-Halkidiki, Greece, 1-5 May 1997
European Network of Health Promoting Schools. Conference (1st : 1997: Thessaloniki-Halkidiki, Greece); World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; Council of Europe; European Commission ( 1997 )
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First consultation meeting on a framework for public health emergency operations centres: meeting report
World Health Organization ( 2015 )
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First detection of Leishmania infantum in Phlebotomus kandelakii using molecular methods in North-Eastern Islamic Republic of Iran
Rassi, Y.; Abai, M.R.; Oshaghi, M.A.; Javadian, E.; Sanei, A.; Rafidzadeh, S.; Arzamani, K. ( 2012 )
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Shirvan district in north-eastern Islamic Republic of Iran is a new focus of visceral leishmaniasis. This study aimed to identify the vector [s], the parasite and the species composition of sand flies in the district during July-September 2009 using polymerase chain reaction techniques. In all, 2088 sand flies were collected from 3 villages. Nine sand fly species were identified: Phlebotomus kandeiakii [Shchurenkova], P. major [Annandale], P. halepensis [Theodor], P. popatasi [Scopoli], P. sergentl [Parrot], P. longidoctus [Parrot], P. caucasicus [Marzinovsky], Sergentomyia sintoni [Pringle] and S. sumbarica [Perfii'ev]. P. sergentl and P. kandetakii were the most prevalent Phlebotomus species at 31.3% and 10.0% respectively. Of 59 female P. kandelokll, 2 [3.4%] were naturally infected with L infantum. This is the first finding of natural infection of P. kandelakii by L infantum in this region suggesting P. kandelakii may be the vector of L infantum in the area although it is the second most prevalent phlebotomine species

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First Documented Outbreak of Dengue in the Peruvian Amazon Region.
Phillips, Irving; Need, James; Escamilla, Joel; Colan, Ernesto; Sanchez, Sera; Rodriguez, Marcela; Vasquez, Luz; Seminario, Jose; Betz, Thomas; Tracassos da Rosa, Amelia ( 1993-03 )
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First embrace : a mother's first embrace, her baby's first breath
World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Western Pacific ( 2014 )
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First embrace [posters]
World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Western Pacific ( 2014 )
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First EMEA meeting of Committee for Advanced Therapies
( 2009 )
First European study using cold chain monitors [letter] / Laszlo Lugosi, Anthony Battersby
Lugosi, Laszlo; Battersby, Anthony ( 1990 )
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First ever PUMA for buccal midazolam
( 2011 )
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First expert consultation on community-based social innovations that support older people in low- and middle-income countries, 14–15 July 2015, Kobe, Japan: report
WHO Centre for Health Development (Kobe, Japan) ( 2016 )
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First formal meeting of the Foodborne Disease Burden Epidemiology Reference Group (FERG) : implementing strategy, setting priorities and assigning the tasks
World Health Organization. Dept. of Food Safety, Zoonoses and Foodborne Diseases ( 2008 )
The first forty years
( 1985 )
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The first forty years : a personal view / Maurice Backett
Backett, Maurice ( 1989 )
First generation leishmaniasis vaccines: a review of field efficacy trials
Kieny, Marie Paule; Noazin, Sassan; Modabber, Farrokh; Khamesipour, Ali; Moulton, Lawrence H; Bernal, Ivan Dario Velez; Nasseri, Kiumarss; Sharifi, Iraj; Antunes, Carlos M F; Khalil, Eltahir A G; Tanner, Marcel; Smith, Peter G ( 2008-10-23 )
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First generation candidate vaccines against leishmaniasis, prepared using inactivated whole parasites as their main ingredient, were considered as promising because of their relative ease of production and low cost. These vaccines have been the subject of many investigations over several decades and are the only leishmaniasis vaccine candidates which have undergone phase 3 clinical trial evaluation. Although the studies demonstrated the safety of the vaccines and several studies showed reasonable immunogenicity and some indication of protection, an efficacious prophylactic vaccine is yet to be identified. Despite this overall failure, these trials contributed significantly to increasing knowledge on human leishmaniasis immunology. To provide a collective view, this review discusses the methods and findings of field efficacy trials of first generation leishmaniasis vaccine clinical trials conducted in the Old and New Worlds.

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First Global Consultation on Regulatory Requirements for Human Cells and Tissues for Transplantation, Ottawa, 29 November to 1December 2004 : report
Global Consultation on Regulatory Requirements for Human Cells and Tissues for Transplantation (1st : 2004 : Ottawa, Canada); World Health Organization. Dept. of Essential Health Technologies, ( 2005 )
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First Global Review and Coordination Meeting on Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI), Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 9 to 12 September 1997
Global Review and Coordination Meeting on Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (1st: 1997: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic); World Health Organization. Division of Child Health and Development; UNICEF ( 1997 )
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