8th Commonwealth Congress on Diarrhoea and Malnutrition - Day 3 Poster Presentations

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

DAY 3: Wednesday, 8 February 2006

Poster Session 5
DIARRHOEAL DISEASES III

- Relationship between Food Intake and Weight Gain during Hospital Stay of Acute Diarrhoeal Patients in a Diarrhoea Hospital in Dhaka
- Monitoring of Diarrhoea in Weaning Malnourished Infants of Tribals by Introducing Indigenous Semi-solid Diet
- Association of ETEC-associated Diarrhoea with Malnutrition in Children, Aged Less Than 2 Years, in Bangladesh

MICRONUTRIENTS, VITAMINS, AND DIETARY INTAKE III

- Potential Effects of Socioeconomic Status and Seasonality on Consumption of Vitamin A and Pro-vitamin A-rich Foods by Pregnant Women in Northwest Bangladesh
- A Survey of Micronutrient Supplement Availability in Rural Northwest Bangladesh
- all-E Lutein and 3'-epilutein in Epidermis of Chronic Arsenic Poisoning
- Reduction of Micronutrient Malnutrition of Children Aged Less Than 5 Years by Introducing 2-month Mother's Guidelines about NutritionAspects in Urban Dhaka
- Follow-up Baby-friendly Activities Plus Awareness of Micronutrient Malnutrition of Healthcare Providers
- Effect of Zinc Supplementation in Immune Response to Vibrio cholerae Antigens Using Different Routes of Immunization
- Comparison of Efficacy of a Semi-solid Ready-to-use Therapeutic Food with a Liquid Milk-based Diet for
Rehabilitation of Severely-malnourished Children in Mulago Hospital

BREASTFEEDING AND INFANT HEALTH III
- BFHI Model Project in Bangladesh: Experiences on Sustainability
- Infant Growth in Rural South India and Its Association with Feeding Practices and Diarrhoeal Morbidity--Evaluation ofa Community Intervention

Poster Session 6
NUTRITIONAL PROBLEMS, GROWTH, AND DEVELOPMENT III
- Nutritional Status of Children, Aged Less than 5 Years, of Vulnerable Women
- Levels and Determinants of Nutritional Status of Lactating and Non-lactating Mothers in Bangladesh: Does Nutrition Intervention Make a Difference?
- Qualitative and Quantitative Findings on Micronutrient Malnutrition of Children Aged Less Than 5 Years and Mothers of Two Groups
- Factors Affecting Anaemia during Pregnancy in Women of Different Socioeconomic Status
- Nutritional Status of Infants Aged Less Than 5 Months of Employed and Non-employed Mothers
- Survey of Nutritional Status and Comparison of the Intake of Energy andNutrients with DRI in Semnan Girls Secondary School, Spring 2004
- Prevalence of Childhood Obesity and Its Correlated Factors among Students of Junior High School at Jakarta, Indonesia, 2004
- Experiences in Institutional Management of Severe malnutrition among Children, Aged Less than 5 Years, Through Collaborative Approach

HEALTH POLICY AND OTHER CHILDHOOD PROBLEMS III
- Health and Nutrition Pilot Project of Rural Maintenance Programme
- Impact of Training on Service Use of Depot-holders: Relevance to Scaling-up Zinc Programme
- Systematic Evaluation of the Nutritional Rehabilitation Service of Cusco Regional Hospital
- Optimizing the Verbal Autopsy Process for Community Trial or Programme Use
- T- and B-cell Responses in Helicobacter pylori-infected Duodenal Ulcer Patients and Asymptomatic Subjects in Bangladesh

Published: 07 Feb 2006

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