8th Commonwealth Congress on Diarrhoea and Malnutrition - Day 2 Poster Presentations

DIARRHOEAL DISEASES II; MICRONUTRIENTS, VITAMINS, AND DIETARY INTAKE II; BREASTFEEDING AND INFANT HEALTH II; NUTRITIONAL PROBLEMS, GROWTH, AND DEVELOPMENT II; HEALTH POLICY AND OTHER CHILDHOOD PROBLEMS II

DAY 2: Tuesday, 7 February 2006

Poster Session 3

DIARRHOEAL DISEASES II
- Detection of Group B Rotavirus in Hospitalized Patients in Bangladesh
- Enteropathogens Associated with Neonatal Diarrhoea in Bangladesh: A
- Hospital-based Surveillance, 1996-2004
- Provider Diarrhoea Management Practices and Awareness of Zinc Treatment

MICRONUTRIENTS, VITAMINS, AND DIETARY INTAKE II
- Impact of Vitamin A on Pre-school Child Mortality
- Characteristics of Young Children Not Immunized against Measles and Lack High-potency Vitamin A Supplementation, and the Programmatic Implications
- Prevalence and Outcome of Hypokalaemia among Severely-malnourished Hospitalized Children in Bangladesh
- A Study of Iodine Nutrition Status in Consumed Household Salt and Urinary Iodine of Adolescent College Girls
- Calorie Restriction Enhances T Cell-mediated Immune Response in Over-weight Men and Women
- Health and Social Life of Adolescents Girls in Bangladesh: Evidence from a Large Survey
- Iodine Content of Salt Consumed in Restaurants in Different Parts of Dhaka City

Poster Session 4
BREASTFEEDING AND INFANT HEALTH II

- Infant-feeding Patterns at the Provincial General Hospital, Nakuru, Kenya
- Effects of Education Level of Father and Mother on Perception of Breastfeeding

NUTRITIONAL PROBLEMS, GROWTH, AND DEVELOPMENT II
- Changes in Morbidity Pattern and Nutritional Status of Children, Aged Less Than 5 years, Presenting at Dhaka Hospital of ICDDR,B, After a Decade (2004 vs 1993)
- Over-weight in Children, Aged 2-10 Years, in Bangladesh: Experience from a Hospital-based Study
- Influence of Infection on Iron Profile in Severely-malnourished Children
- Nutritional and Developmental Status in Children with Cerebral Palsy
- Use of a Scoring System for Identification and Management of Severe
- Malnutrition by Paramedical Clinicians in Rural Bangladesh
- Oedematous Malnutrition in Neonate__A Case Report
- A Study of Nourished vs Severely-malnourished Children Admitted to a Hospital: Their Feeding Patterns and Contributing Factors
- Effect of Nutrition on Snack Choices in 10-11 Year Old Children

HEALTH POLICY AND OTHER CHILDHOOD PROBLEMS II
- Seven Hundred Children Die Every Day Due to Malnutrition in Bangladesh: The Role of Public Health Administration in Improving the Quality of Healthcare Services for the Poor People of Bangladesh
- Improving Child Nutrition by Nutrition Education through Urban Primary Healthcare
- Effect of a Nutrition Intervention on Changing the Perception on Child-caring Practices in Rural Bangladesh
- Five Nations Assessments on HIV and Infant Feeding
- Adverse Events Following Immunization in a Selected Peri-urban Area of Dhaka City

Published: 06 Feb 2006

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