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An algorithm to assess methodological quality of nutrition and mortality cross-sectional surveys: development and application to surveys conducted in Darfur, Sudan Prudhon, Claudine; de, Radiguès Xavier; Dale, Nancy; Checchi, Francesco (2011)
articleBackground Nutrition and mortality surveys are the main tools whereby evidence on the health status of populations affected by disasters and armed conflict is quantified and monitored over time. Several reviews have ...
Binns, Paul; Dale, Nancy; Hoq, Monsurul; Banda, Chrissy; Myatt, Mark (2015)
articleBACKGROUND: The objectives of this study were to (i) describe the relationship between weight changes and MUAC changes in children aged between 6 and 59 months during treatment for SAM in CMAM programmes in three country ...
Safety and practicability of using mid-upper arm circumference as a discharge criterion in community based management of severe acute malnutrition in children aged 6 to 59 months programmes Binns, Paul; Dale, Nancy; Banda, Theresa; Banda, Chrissy; Shaba, Bina; Myatt, Mark (2016)
articleBACKGROUND: The use of proportional weight gain as a discharge criterion for MUAC admissions to programs treating severe acute malnutrition (SAM) is no longer recommended by WHO. The critical limitation with the ...
Acta Electronica Universitatis Tamperensis : 1754 (Tampere University Press, 2017)
ArtikkeliväitöskirjaÄkillisen aliravitsemuksen hoito-ohjelmien optimointi lapsia mittaamalla Maailmassa lähes 19 miljoonaa alle 5-vuotiasta lasta kärsii vakavasta akuutista aliravitsemuksesta (severe acute malnutrition, SAM). Lasten ...
Using Mid-Upper Arm Circumference to End Treatment of Severe Acute Malnutrition Leads to Higher Weight Gains in the Most Malnourished Children Dale, Nancy; Myatt, Mark; Prudhon, Claudine; Briend, André (2013)
articleObjective The World Health Organization recommends discharging children admitted to nutrition programs treating severe acute malnutrition, with a low mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC <115 mm) when weight gain is >15%. ...