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Disease surveillance system to support primary health care.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC930679
Author(s) :
Valera JP
Source Document :
Disease Surveillance in Primary Health Care: Proceedings of the 10th SEAMIC Seminar. (Special Collection)
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Training needs for disease surveillance.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC930680
Author(s) :
Banzon A
Source Document :
Disease Surveillance in Primary Health Care: Proceedings of the 10th SEAMIC Seminar. (Special Collection)
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Data needs and gaps in disease surveillance to support primary health care.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC930681
Author(s) :
Ludovice Z
Source Document :
Disease Surveillance in Primary Health Care: Proceedings of the 10th SEAMIC Seminar. (Special Collection)
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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The role of the laboratory in disease surveillance.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC930683
Author(s) :
Basaca-Sevilla V
Source Document :
Disease Surveillance in Primary Health Care: Proceedings of the 10th SEAMIC Seminar. (Special Collection)
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Specific disease surveillance in malaria.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC930684
Author(s) :
Rivera DG
Source Document :
Disease Surveillance in Primary Health Care: Proceedings of the 10th SEAMIC Seminar. (Special Collection)
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Behavioral risk factor surveillance in a population group at risk factor for HIV infection in the Philippines.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC890592
Author(s) :
Sotocua E Jr, Almario EN, Casuela P, Monzon OT, Zeta R, Capellan J
Source Document :
First Interl Congress on AIDS in Asia & Other STD. (Special Collection)
Abstract :
The results of this behavioral risk-factor surveillance among subjects in the Philippines with multiple sexual partners showed that although males more frequently admitted to receptive anal sex, females had a greater number of sexual partners, more partners originating from other countries, and were . . .
Physical Location :
UPM-Med
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Thiamine deficiency: cause of the mysterious polalytic disease in Panay Island, Philippines.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE901712
Author(s) :
White ME, Quizon MCL, Dayrit MM, Rayray RU, Benabaye MR, Salva EP
Source Document :
FETP Scientific Papers in Progress. (Special Collection)
Physical Location :
FETP
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Cholera in Metro Manila foodborne transmission via street vendors.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE901714
Author(s) :
White ME, White FM, Lim-Quizon MC, Dayrit MM, Benabaye RM
Source Document :
FETP Scientific Papers in Progress. (Special Collection)
Abstract :
Previous studies have suggested that cholera in Metro Manila is both waterborne and foodborne, the latter being associated with buying food from sidewalk vendors. To determine which food items bought from vendors were associated with cholera transmission, we conducted an unmatched case-control study . . .
Physical Location :
FETP
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Report on 24 polyneuropathy case in the province of Capiz.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE901715
Author(s) :
Dayrit MM, Chua S, Rayray RU, White ME, Lim-Quizon MC
Source Document :
FETP Scientific Papers in Progress. (Special Collection)
Physical Location :
FETP
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An outbreak of febrile diarrhea in a five-star hotel in Metro Manila.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDHE901716
Author(s) :
Dayrit MM, Pastor NI, Rayray RU, White ME, Salva EP
Source Document :
FETP Scientific Papers in Progress. (Special Collection)
Abstract :
A total of 54 (36% of total guests) were interviewed. Thirty-eight got ill (70%) and 16 (30%) did not. The onsets of illness of the 38 guests was from September 17, 1989 to September 19, 1989 The ages of those who got ill ranged from 2-73 years with a mean age of 39. There were 20 (53%) males and 1 . . .
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FETP
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