Progress in reducing global measles deaths : 1999-2003 = Réduction de la mortalité par rougeole dans le monde : progrès en 1999-2003
World Health Organization. (2005). Progress in reducing global measles deaths : 1999-2003 = Réduction de la mortalité par rougeole dans le monde : progrès en 1999-2003. Weekly Epidemiological Record = Relevé épidémiologique hebdomadaire, 80 (09), 78 - 81. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/232732
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World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/04/5048359, 2004)During the mid-1990s, the World Health Organization, in collaboration with UNICEF and other agencies and institutions, developed a strategy known as the Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI). The objectives of the strategy are to reduce death and the frequency and severity of illness and disability, and to contribute to improved growth and development in children less than 5 years old. The strategy focuses on improvements in the case-management skills of health staff; improvements in the overall health system; and improvements in ...
Pattern of acute poisoning in Al-Qassim region: a surveillance report from Saudi Arabia, 1999-2003 Moazzam, M.; Al Saigul, A.M.; Naguib, M.; Al Alfi, M.A. (2009)We reviewed all registered cases of acute chemical poisoning reporting to the preventive medicine department in the Qassim Region of Saudi Arabia from 1999 to 2003. The number of cases increased from 66 to 114 during the study period. Mean age of patients was 17.7 years, and over 39% were children aged </= 5 years. Pesticides were the most common chemical involved; paracetamol and other analgesics were also frequently reported. The oral route was the most frequent, while vomiting was the commonest symptom. Nine deaths were recorded, of which 4 ...
Moini, A.; Riazi, K.; Ebrahimi, A.; Ostovan, N. (2007)To determine the trends of caesarean section in teaching hospitals of Tehran University of Medical Sciences, a retrospective analysis was performed on the obstetric data from 3 hospitals in a 5- year period. The caesarean section rate increased from 35.4% of deliveries in 1999 to 42.3% in 2003. The data showed that there was a steady increase in elective operations that might explain the rise in overall caesarean section rate