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The Impact of implementation of ICH guidelines in non-ICH countries : report of a WHO meeting, Geneva, 13-15 September 2001
World Health Organization. Quality Assurance and Safety of Medicines Team ( 2002 )
The impact of inadequate sanitary conditions on health in developing countries / Sharon R. A. Huttly
Huttly, Sharon R. A ( 1990 )
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Impact of infant immunization : Call for research proposals = Impact de la vaccination du nourrisson : Appel aux propositions de recherche
World Health Organization ( 2000 )
Impact of Interleukin-28B gene polymorphism (rs12979860) on Egyptian patients infected with hepatitis C virus genotype-4
Ibrahim, G.H.; Khalil, F.A.; El Abaseri, T.B.; Attia, F.M.; El Serafi, A.T. ( 2013 )
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Single nucleotide polymorphisms [SNPs] in the Interleukin [IL]-28B gene, namely rs12979860, could predict response to pegylated interferon-?-ribavirin [PR] therapy in hepatitis C virus genotype 1 [HCV-1]-infected patients. A similar role was investigated in a case-control study conducted on 93 Egyptian patients chronically infected with HCV-4 in comparison to 22 individuals with spontaneous HCV clearance and 70 healthy volunteers. The homozygous C allele genotype [CC] was associated with sustained viral response [SVR] to therapy compared with the homozygous T allele genotype [TT] and the heterozygous genotype [CT]. In the SVR group, the response rate was statistically significantly higher in CC genotypes [58.6%] compared with CT/TT [20.3%]. There was no correlation between SVR patients' genotypes and early response to therapy or HCV baseline viral load. Our findings describe how IL-28B SNP genotyping may guide appropriate selection of HCV-4-infected patients for PR therapy. We underscore IL28B genotyping as a tool that might increase PR cost-benefit in Egypt

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Impact of Intervention Measures on DF/DHF Cases and Aedes aegypti Indices in Delhi, India: An Update, 2001.
Katyal, Rakesh; Kumar, Kaushal; Gill, Kuldip Singh; Sharma, R S ( 2003-12 )
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Impact of intestinal parasites on haematological parameters of sickle-cell anaemia patients in Nigeria
Ahmed, S.G.; Uraka, J. ( 2011 )
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The majority of patients with sickle-cell anaemia live in the underdeveloped nations where endemic parasitic diseases are prevalent and this may exacerbate the severity of steady-state anaemia in infected patients. We studied the impact of intestinal parasites on haematological parameters of sickle-cell anaemia patients aged 18-35 years in Kano, Nigeria. Of 100 patients studied, 27 were found to be infected with intestinal parasites. There were no significant differences between patients with and without parasitic infections with respect to leukocyte and platelet counts. However, patients without parasitic infections had a significantly higher mean haematocrit than patients with parasitic infections [0.27 L/L [SD 0.03] versus 0.23 [SD 0.03] L/L]. Anaemia in sickle-cell anaemia patients may be exacerbated by intestinal parasites, and these patients should have regular stool examinations for detection and treatment of parasitic infections in order to improve their haematocrit and avoid the risk of blood transfusion

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Impact of large-scale rectal artesunate deployment in the emergency anagement of malaria : Invitation for statements of interest to participate in a collaborative multicountry study = Impact du déploiement de l’artésunate rectal à grande échelle dans la prise en charge d’urgence du paludisme : Invitation à la présentation de lettres déclarant un intérêt à participer à une étude collective multipays
World Health Organization ( 2002 )
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Impact of leprosy on the quality of life / Geetha A. Joseph and P. S. S. Sundar Rao
Joseph, Geetha A; Sundar Rao, P. S. S ( 1999 )
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Impact of measles control activities in the WHO African Region, 1999-2005 = Impact des activités de lutte antirougeoleuse dans la Région africaine de l'OMS, 1999-2005
World Health Organization ( 2006 )
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Impact of measles vaccination on childhood mortality in rural Bangladesh / M. A. Koenig ... [et al.]
Koenig, M. A; Khan, Mushtaq Ahmed; Wojtyniak, B; Clemens, John D; Chakraborty, Jyotsnamoy; Fauveau, Vincent; Phillips, J. F; Akbar, J; Barua, U. S ( 1990 )
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Impact of mutual health insurance on access to health care and financial risk protection in Rwanda
World Health Organization ( 2010 )
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Impact of nutrition education and mega-dose vitamin A supplementation on the health of children in Nepal / C. R. Pant ... [et al.]
Pant, C. R; Pokharel, G. P; Curtale, F; Pokharel, R. P; Grosse, R. N; Lepkowski, J; Muhilal; Bannister, M; Gorstein, J; Pak-Gorstein, S; Atmarita; Tilden, R. L ( 1996 )
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Impact of nutritional rehabilitation on enzymatic antioxidant levels in protein energy malnutrition
Shaaban, S.Y.; Nassar, M.F.; Ibrahim, S.A.; Mahmoud, S.E. ( 2002 )
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To assess the role of enzymatic antioxidants in the pathogenesis of protein energy malnutrition [PEM] and the effect of nutritional rehabilitation, we studied 30 infants with PEM [mean age 10.63 +/- 4.39 months: 10 marasmic; 8 with kwashiorkor; 12 with marasmic kwashiorkor] and 15 controls. All underwent clinical examination and laboratory investigations, including superoxide dismutase [SOD] and glutathione peroxidase [GPx] estimation before and after nutrition rehabilitation. SOD and GPx were significantly lower in all malnourished infants compared to controls, and significantly increased after nutritional rehabilitation. These significant correlations suggest that antioxidants could be introduced during PEM nutritional rehabilitation to decrease morbidity and mortality

Impact of oil on the marine environment / IMCO/FAO/UNESCO/WMO/WHO/IAEA/UN Joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Pollution (GESAMP)
IMCO/FAO/UNESCO/WMO/WHO/IAEA/UN Joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Pollution; World Health Organization ( 1977 )
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Impact of oral rehydration and selected public health interventions on reduction of mortality from childhood diarrhoeal diseases in Mexico / G. Gutiérrez ... [et al.]
Gutiérrez, Gonzalo; Tapia-Conyer, R; Guiscafré, Hector; Reyes, H; Martínez, H; Kumate, Jesús ( 1996 )
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Impact of out-of-pocket payments for treatment of non-communicable diseases in developing countries: a review of literature
World Health Organization ( 2011 )
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The impact of permethrin and deltamethrin resistance in Anopheles gambiae s.s. on the efficacy of insecticide-treated mosquito nets / F. Darriet ... [et al.]
Darriet, Frédéric; Guillet, Pierre; N'Guessan, R. N; Doannio, J. M. C; Koffi, A. A; Konan, L. Y; Carnevale, P; World Health Organization ( 1999 )
Impact of polystyrene beads as a mosquito control measure to supplement lymphatic filariasis elimination activities in Socotra Island, Yemen
Al Kubati, A.S.; Al Qubati, Y.; Ismail, W.; Laney, S.J.; El Setouhy, M.; Gad, A.M.; Ramzy, R.M. R. ( 2011 )
Abstract

Lymphatic filariasis [LF] is targeted for worldwide elimination. In Yemen, all mainland implementation units met the WHO criteria for stopping mass drug administration [MDA] after 5 rounds. However, in Socotra Island these criteria were not met. Our study evaluated the efficacy of applying expanded polystyrene beads [EPBs] on the Culex population and the effect on LF transmission. Human and mosquito surveys were conducted in 40 randomly selected households in Hadibo [capital of Socotra] before and after application of EPBs. The EPBs intervention resulted in a reduction in mosquito density of 80% and a 64.3% reduction in microfilaria prevalence. The majority of interviewed households [98%] thought EPBs considerably reduced the mosquito population. After the intervention all collected pools tested negative. Application of EPBs is an effective supplement to MDA for achieving the goal of LF elimination

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Impact of preconception health education on health locus of control and self-efficacy in women
Bastani, F.; Hashemi, S.; Bastani, N.; Haghani, H. ( 2010 )
Abstract

The preconception period is an ideal opportunity to optimize women's health. This study of women attending premarital clinics in the Islamic Republic of Iran aimed to evaluate the impact of a health education workshop on their health locus of control and self-efficacy in physical activity. The design was a randomized controlled trial with a questionnaire before and after the intervention. At post-intervention, there were significant increases in scores of internal health locus of control and self-efficacy in the experimental group [n = 109] compared to the control group [n = 101]. It was concluded that a short-term health education may empower women to adopt healthy lifestyles

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Impact of prepackaging antimalarial drugs on cost to patients and compliance with treatment / K. Yeboah-Antwi ... [et al.]
Yeboah-Antwi, K; Gyapong, J. O; Asare, I. K; Barnish, G; Evans, D. B; Adjei, S ( 2001 )
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