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A multivariate analysis of the childs criteria for cirrhosis as related to hepatobiliary tuberculosis.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC960595
Author(s) :
Gonzalez RR, Alvarez SZ, Mappala HT, Perez JY Jr, Sollano JD Jr
Source Document :
Congress Programme and Book of Abstracts. February 1996 : p. 216 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
47 histologically diagnosed cases of hepatobiliary TB were included in a study to analyse and integrate the Childs criteria, prognosticating survival and mortality using the multivariate analytical method. 81% presented with jaundice; 60% with ascites; 4% (2/47) with . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Women's vulnerabilities to HIV/AIDS/STDS: The case of the wives and other sex partners of seafarers.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC980207
Author(s) :
Gomez D, Tayag JG, Imperial RH, Simbulan NP
Source Document :
4th International Congress on Aids in Asia and the Pacific. October 1997 : p. 41 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
OBJECTIVES: The general objective was to find out the high risk behavior of seafarers that could contribute to the vulnerabilities of their wives and their other sex partners. Other objectives were: to interview 50 wives and to conduct a KAP of sex wo . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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A bioactive component from pitcher plant (Nepenthes alata Blanco).

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC060554
Author(s) :
Castillo, Eugenia M, Marquez-Licaycay, Ge, Hernandez, Hidelisa
Source Document :
International Symposium on Developments in the Di. December 1999 : p. 40-41 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
Brine shrimp-guided fractionation and isolation of the bioactive component(s) from the roots of N. alata Blanco was conducted. A preliminary evaluation of antibacterial and antifungal activity of the isolate was also carried out. The component was characterized by phy . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Development of antibacterial topicals from locally abundant seaweeds.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC060558
Author(s) :
Manalo, Carmelita O, Villanueva, Merle A, Monroyo, Evangalina , Balgos, Nelly S, Bigol, Ursela G, Torres, Rosalinda C
Source Document :
International Symposium on Developments in the Di. December 1999 : p. 43 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
Seaweeds are marine natural resources that have both export and industrial potentials. They exhibit antimicrobial properties. Activities of their alcoholic extracts were determined by Paper-disc-agar plate method of assay using bacterial strains developed from ITDI Cu . . .
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SEXUAL HEALTH CONCERNS, PREVENTIONS, AWARENESS, AND KNOWLEDGE TOWARD STD, HIV, AND AIDS OF MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN (MSM) IN ILIGAN CITY.

HERDIN record number :
R10-MSUIIT-17032213355057
Author(s) :
Cesar G.  Demayo, Virgie   Omnes, Mark Anthony  J. Torres
Source Document :
The Second International Congress on Interdisciplinary Research and Development. May 2012 : p. 10.1-10.6 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
Men who have sex with men (MSM), an inclusive health public term which comprises the entire homosexual and heterosexual male, contribute 5-10% of the global HIV transmission as well as the spread of STD. Sexual health then is very important among MSM population. Thus . . .
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Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension, Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute Technology
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Heritability and Frequency Occurrence of Aging Male Symptoms in Pagadian City and Iligan City, Philippines.

HERDIN record number :
R10-MSUIIT-17032210490736
Author(s) :
Teresa  Bag-ao, Mark Anthony  J.  Torres, Cesar G. Demayo
Source Document :
The First International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research and Development. May 2011 : p. 76.1-76.11 (Proceedings)
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The prevalence of AMS (AMS) has raised the concern of medical practitioners, as this has greatly influenced the quality of life of aging males. Debates about its method of treatment have been going on between medical practitioners in most medical societies. However, t . . .
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Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension, Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute Technology
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Anti-diabetic Polysaccharide from Mangrove Plant, Sonneratia alba Sm.

HERDIN record number :
R10-MSUIIT-1703220812151
Author(s) :
Nancy J.  Morada, Ephrime  B. Metillo, Mylene M. Uy , Jose  M.  Oclarit
Source Document :
2011 International Conference on Asia Agriculture and Animal IPCBEE. ( 13 ) : p. 197-200 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
Mangrove trees have high potential in marine natural products being abundant in many shorelines all over the tropical regions of the globe. A study was conducted on one of the mangrove species, Sonneratia alba leaf extract, to evaluate its antidiabetic property and id . . .
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Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension, Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute Technology
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A cross-cultural adaptation of the Filipino pediatric evaluation of disability inventory.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD03041101034488
Author(s) :
April Rose B. Presto, Ma. Cressida E. Bulalacao, Rebecca Angela  B. de Guzman, Christianne Marie Coronel-Andigan, Jane Anne  S. Belarmino
Source Document :
13th NIH Anniversary and 913th NIH Anniversary and 9th University Science and Technology Week. February 2011 ( 13th, 9th ) : p. 24 (Proceedings)
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Lead poisoning: Revisiting a persistent problem.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC060788
Author(s) :
Ma. Lurenda  S. Westergaard
Source Document :
UPCM Centennial Grand Scientific Symposium 2006 on. January 2006 : p. 30 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
Lead poisoning is the most prevalent disease of environmental origin, causing a wide range of adverse health effects in both adults and children. The good news is, reduction in the use of lead in gasoline has greatly reduced the prevalence of lead poisoning worldwide. . . .
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Impact of obesity in children: Its multifactorial problems "fat is bad for the heart".

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC060301
Author(s) :
Santos-Cabaero, Anna
Source Document :
Philippine Heart Association 36th Annual Conventio. May 2005 ( 36th ) : p. 67 (Proceedings)
Abstract :
During the last half century, Asians - like their Western counterparts have experienced an epidemic of obesity. In 1998, the American Heart Association reclassified obesity as a "major, modifiable risk factor for coronary heart disease". In March 2004, the Centers for . . .
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