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Immunoinflammatory markers and disease activity in systemic lupus erythematosus: something old, something new
( 2010 )
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This study assessed the utility of some novel inflammatory markers compared with traditional laboratory markers in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus [SLE]. In a cohort of 43 SLE patients [19 with inactive and 24 with active SLE] and 20 healthy controls, serial measures of soluble vascular cell adhesion molecule [sVCAM-1] were significantly associated with SLE disease activity, scored using the British Isles Lupus Assessment Group index. Inflammatory markers neopterin and soluble intercellular adhesion molecule [sICAM-1] appeared to be clinically useful for isolated assessments of disease activity. Both antibodies to double-stranded DNA [antidsDNA] and sVCAM-1 were relatively good markers of disease activity and could help to predict remission or monitor the therapeutic response in SLE

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Hepatitis B
( 1985 )
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Health manpower development--use of fellowships
Executive Board, 69 ( 1982 )
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Provisional agenda for and duration of the thirty-fourth World Health Assembly: draft preliminary daily timetable for the thirty-fourth World Health Assembly
Executive Board, 67 ( 1980 )
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Smokeless tobacco use in Pakistan and its association with oropharyngeal cancer
( 2010 )
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Smokeless tobacco [ST], wtclefy used in Pakistan, poses a high risk for oral cancer. Our hospital-based data illustrate that oropharyngeal cancer [9.9%] is the second leading malignancy after breast cancer [16.1%], and is significantly higher than in other Member States of the World Health Organization's Eastern Mediterranean Region. Urdu-speaking communities had a proportionately higher rate of oropharyngeal cancer [20.4%], followed by Balochis [19.9%], Sindhis [16.8%], Punjabis [11.7%] and Pashtuns [9.6%]. Association of oropharyngeal cancer with ST use was four times higher relative to no history of tobacco use after adjusting for age, ethnicity and gender. Our findings also show a predominance of this cancer among males relative to females and one-third of the reported cases occurred among individuals under 40 years. These findings have significant social impact, indicating the need for urgent intervention against the use of ST

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Role of neutrophils in cutaneous leishmaniasis
( 2010 )
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Neutrophils are always present in the cytomorphologic process of leishmaniasis but their role is still not fully understood. Microscopic examination was done on smears from 56 cases of clinically diagnosed cutaneous leishmaniasis. Neutrophils were the predominant cells in the smear [>35% of the total cell count including neutrophils, macrophages and lymphocytes] in 7% of cases, a minority [10%-35% of total cells] in 36% of cases and rare [< 10% of total cells] in 57% of cases. Microscope images confirmed that neutrophils appeared to have an important role in leishmania elimination through phagocytosis of amastigotes in the later stages of the disease process

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Четвертый доклад Комитета A (проект)
Всемирная ассамблея здравоохранения, 47 сессия ( 1994 )
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Regional strategy for the improvement of civil registration and vital statistics systems
( 2013 )
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Исследования по программе Организации Объединенных Наций по ВИЧ/СПИДу: проект резолюции, предложенный делегациями Австралии, Австрии, Барбадоса, Бельгии, Ботсваны, Канады, Китая, Островов Кука, Кот-д'Ивуара, Франции, Ганы, Индонезии, Израиля, Японии, Кении, Кувейта, Малайзии, Мальдивских Островов, Маврикия, Монголии, Новой Зеландии, Филиппин, Сейшельских Островов, Сингапура, Свазиленда, Швеции, Швейцарии, Тонги, Объединенных Арабских Эмиратов, Соединенного Королевства Великобритании и Северной Ирландии, Соединенных Штатов Америки, Уругвая, Вануату и Вьетнама
Всемирная ассамблея здравоохранения, 46 сессия ( 1993 )
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Analysis of prescriptions dispensed at community pharmacies in Nablus, Palestine
( 2010 )
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We investigated the prescription quality and prescribing trends of private clinicians in Nablus governorate, Palestine. A total of 363 prescriptions were collected from a random sample of 36 community pharmacies over a study period of 288 working hours. Data regarding elements in the prescription and the types of drugs prescribed were analysed. Physician-related variables were mostly noted, however, patient's address and weight were absent in all prescriptions and less than half included age and sex. Information regarding strength of the medications prescribed was missing in over 70% of prescriptions. Other drug-related variables like frequency and instruction of use were present in over 80% of prescriptions. Antimicrobial agents were the most commonly prescribed followed by NSAIDs/analgesics. Amoxicillin alone or in combination was the most commonly prescribed antimicrobial agents followed by cefuroxime. Prescription writing quality in Nablus is deficient in certain aspects and improvement is required