- Maternal and child health statistics Fulltext
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- Medicare 2000, a profile 2003., Internet Archive
- Medicare chartbook. 3rd ed. 2005, Kais Fam Found"Features more than 80 charts and tables with detailed information about the program and the seniors and younger people with disabilities who rely on Medicare for health insurance coverage."
- "The World Health Organization launched Project Atlas in 2000. The objective of this project is to collect, compile and disseminate relevant information on mental health resources in countries. The first set of publications from the project appeared in October 2001; these were updated in 2005. These publications have already established themselves as the most authoritative source of such information globally. Responding to the continued need for accurate information, WHO has fully revised and updated the Atlas" -- Page 5.
- Microbial threats to health 2003, NAP
- Mintel reports Stanf UnivOff-campus access instruction Stanf UnivOffers research reports covering European, UK-specific, and US consumer markets. The reports analyse market drivers, sizes and trends, market segmentation, along with consumer attitudes and purchasing habits. The reports are supplemented by brief digests of relevant recent events, UK and US demographic and economic statistics and useful lists.
- MMWR v. 31, no. 5-, Feb. 12, 1982-v. 45, no. 26-, 5 July 1996- Acad Search Premv. 45, no. 12-, 1996- CINAHL
- Alimentary tract in nutrition / Samuel Klein, Steven M. Cohn, and David H. Alpers -- Assessment of malabsorption / Darlene G. Kelly -- Nutrition and dental medicine / Dominick P. DePaola ... [et al.] -- The esophagus and stomach / William F. Stenson -- Intestinal disaccharidase depletions / Steven R. Hertzler ... [et al.] -- Short bowel syndrome / Khursheed N. Jeejeebhoy -- Inflammatory bowel disease / Anne M. Griffiths -- Celiac disease / J. Joseph Connon -- Nutrition in pancreatic disorders / Massimo Raimondo and James S. Scolapio -- Nutrition in liver disorders and the role of alcohol / Charles S. Lieber -- Molecular basis of carcinogenesis / Dana Rathkopf and Gary K. Schwartz -- Diet and cancer risk / Walter C. Willett and Edward Giovannucci -- Chemoprevention of cancer / Michael B. Sporn -- Nutrition support of the patient with cancer / Mark Schattner and Moshe Shike -- Bone biology in health and disease / Robert P. Heaney -- Nutrition and diet in rheumatic diseases / Sarah L. Morgan -- Osteoporosis / Bess Dawson-Hughes -- Behavorial disorders affecting food intake: eating disorders and other psychiatric conditions / Janelle W. Coughlin and Angela S. Guarda -- Nutritional disorders of the nervous system / Gustavo C. Román -- The hypercatabolic state / Stephen F. Lowry and J. Martin Perez -- Nutrition and infection / Richard D. Semba -- Nutrition in the care of the patient with surgery, trauma, and sepsis / Kenneth A. Kudsk and Gordon S. Sacks --Evolution of knowledge of essential nutrients / Kenneth J. Carpenter and Alfred E. Harper -- Human energy metabolism / John M. Kinney -- Management of infantile diarrhea and dehydration / Samuel J. Fomon -- Proteins and amino acids / Dwight E. Matthews -- Carbohydrates / Nancy L. Keim, Roy L. Levin, and Peter J. Havel -- Dietary fiber / Joanne R. Lupton and Paula R. Trumbo -- Lipids / Peter J.H. Jones and Stanley Kubow -- Cholesterol and other dietary sterols / David Kritchevsky -- Energy needs: assessment and requirements / Nancy F. Butte and Benjamin Caballero -- Electrolytes, water, and acid-base balance / Man S. Oh and Jaime Uribarri -- Calcium / Connie M. Weaver and Robert P. Heaney -- Phosphorus / James P. Knochel -- Magnesium / Robert K. Rude and Maurice E. Shils -- Iron / Richard J. Wood and Alayne G. Ronnenberg -- Zinc / Robert J. Cousins and Janet C. King and Robert J. Cousins -- Copper / Judith R. Turnlund -- Iodine / John T. Dunn -- Selenium / Raymond F. Burk and Orville A. Levander -- Manganese / Alan L. Buchman -- Chromium / Barbara J. Stoecker -- Other trace elements and ultratrace minerals / Curtis D. Eckhert -- Vitamin A and carotenoids / A. Catharine Ross -- Vitamin D / Michael F. Holick -- Vitamin E / Maret G. Traber -- Vitamin K / John W. Suttie -- Thiamin / Roger F. Butterworth -- Riboflavin / Donald B. McCormick -- Niacin / Christelle Bourgeois, Daniel Cervantes-Laurean, and Joel Moss --Nutrition, diet, and the kidney / Joel D. Kopple -- Food allergies and intolerances / Steve L. Taylor and Susan L. Hefle -- Nutrition in the older person / John E. Morley -- Drug-nutrient interactions / Lingtak-Neander Chan -- Enteral feeding / Moshe Shike -- Parenteral feeding / Rex O. Brown and Gayle Minard -- Chronic disease management: the team approach / Maurice E. Shils, Abby S. Bloch, and Patricia Brown -- Nutritional and medical ethics: the interplay of medical decisions, patients' rights, and the judicial system / Maurice E. Shils -- Foundations of a healthy diet / Walter C. Willett and Meir J. Stampfer -- Nutritional implications of vegetarian diets / Patricia K. Johnston and Joan Sabaté -- Dietary recommended intakes: rationale and application / Allison A. Yates -- Dietary goals and guidelines: national perspectives / Johanna T. Dwyer -- Nutrition monitoring in the United States / Marie Fanelli Kuczmarski and Robert J. Kuczmarski -- Food-based dietary guidelines for healthier populations: international considerations / Ricardo Uauy, Eva Hertrampf, and Alan D. Dangour -- Nutrition transition: global trends in diet and disease / Benjamin Caballero -- Sports nutrition / Melvin H. Williams -- Social and cultural influences on food consumption and nutritional status / Sara A. Quandt -- Fads, frauds, and quackery / Stephen Barrett -- Alternative nutrition therapies / Stephen Barrett -- Food processing: nutrition, safety, and quality / John W. Finley, Denise M. Deming, and Robert E. Smith -- Designing functional foods / Wayne R. Bidlack and Wei Wang -- Food additives, contaminants, and natural toxicants and their risk assessments / Steve L. Taylor -- Nutrition labeling of foods and dietary supplements / Kenneth D. Fisher, Elizabeth A. Yetley, and Christine L. Taylor --Nutritional aspects of hematologic diseases / Christopher R. Chitambar and Aok C. Antony -- Nutrition, respiratory function, and disease / Bruce Suckling, Margaret M. Johnson, and Robert Chin, Jr.Pregnancy / R. Elaine Turner -- Lactation / Mary Frances Picciano and Sharon S. McDonald -- Infancy and childhood / William C. Heird -- Adolescence / Margarita S. Treuth and Ian Griffin -- Adulthood / Douglas C. Heimburger -- The elderly / Connie Watkins Bales and Christine Seel Ritchie -- Malnutrition among children in the united states: the impact of poverty / Robert Karp -- Pediatric feeding problems / Richard Katz, Ramasamy Manikam, and Linda Schuberth -- Protein-energy malnutrition / Benjamin Torún -- Inherited metabolic disease: amino acids, organic acids, and galactose / Louis J. Elsas, II, and Phyllis B. Acosta -- Inherited metabolic disease: defects of ?-oxidation / Jerry Vockley and Deborah L. Renaud -- Childhood obesity / William H. Dietz -- Nutritional management of infants and children with specific diseases or other conditions / Arthur Cooper and William C. Heird -- Metabolic syndrome: definition, relationship to insulin resistance, and clinical utility / Gerald M. Reaven -- Obesity: etiology / James O. Hill, Victoria A. Catenacci, and Holly R. Wyatt -- Obesity: management / Thomas A. Wadden, Kirstin J. Byrne, and Stephanie Krauthamer-Ewing -- Diabetes mellitus / James W. Anderson -- Nutrient and genetic regulation of lipoprotein: metabolism / Margo A. Denke -- Nutrition in the management of disorders of serum lipids and lipoproteins / Scott M. Grundy -- Nutrition, diet, and hypertension / Theodore A. Kotchen and Jane Morley Kotchen -- Congestive heart failure / John R. Hoyle and Frederic R. Kahl --Vitamin B6 / Amy D. Mackey, Steven R. Davis, and Jesse F. Gregory, III -- Pantothenic acid / Paula R. Trumbo -- Folic acid / Ralph Carmel -- Cobalamin (vitamin B12) / Ralph Carmel -- Biotin / Donald M. Mock -- Vitamin C / Mark Levine, Arie Katz, and Sebastian J. Padayatty -- Choline and phosphatidylcholine / Steven H. Zeisel and Mihai D. Niculescu -- Carnitine / Charles J. Rebouche -- Homocysteine, cysteine, and taurine / Martha H. Stipanuk -- Glutamine / Alan L. Buchman -- Arginine and nitric oxide / Benjamin M. Chionglo Sy, Erin E. Dweik, and Raed A. Dweik -- Phytochemicals / Ronald L. Prior -- Clinical manifestations of nutrient deficiencies / Douglas C. Heimburger, Donald S. McLaren, and Maurice E. Shils -- Nutrient regulation of gene expression and nutritional genomics / Robert J. Cousins -- Polymorphisms: effect on nutrient utilization and metabolism / Patrick J. Stover and Cutberto Garza -- Hormones and growth factors / Irwin J. Brodsky -- Cytokines and eicosanoids / Joseph G. Cannon -- Nutrition and the immune system / Gabriel Fernandes, Christopher A. Jolly, and Richard A. Lawrence -- Oxidant defense in oxidative and nitrosative stress / James A. Thomas -- The chemical senses and nutrition / Richard D. Mattes -- Controls of food intake / Gerard P. Smith -- Physical activity, fitness, and health / Gary R. Hunter -- Metabolic consequences of starvation / L. John Hoffer -- Body composition and anthropometry / Steven B. Heymsfield and Richard Baumgartner --
- "The original targets for these Goals were a two-thirds reduction in the mortality of children under 5 and a three-quarters reduction in the maternal mortality ratio between 1990 and 2015. There is worldwide consensus that, in order to reach these targets, good-quality essential services must be integrated into strong health systems. The addition in 2007 of a new target in Goal 5--universal access to reproductive health by 2015--reinforces this consensus: all people should have access to essential maternal, newborn, child and reproductive health services provided in a continuum of care. In order to reduce maternal mortality, Emergency Obstetric Care (EmOC) must be available and accessible to all women. While all aspects of reproductive health care including family planning and delivery with the help of a skilled health professional also plays an important role in reducing maternal and neonatal mortality, this handbook focuses on the critical role of EmOC in saving the lives of women with obstetric complications during pregnancy and childbirth and saving the lives of newborns intrapartum. The handbook describes indicators that can be used to assess, monitor and evaluate the availability, use and quality of EmOC." - p. viThis handbook describes indicators that can be used to assess, monitor and evaluate the availability, use and quality of Emergency Obstetric Care. These emergency obstetric care indicators can be used to measure progress in a programmatic continuum: from the availability of and access to emergency obstetric care to the use and quality of those services.
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