The overall burden of diarrhoeal
diseases may therefore increase considerably, especially among lower socioeconomic groups and children.
Under-fives were more likely to die from diarrhoeal
disease in all countries except Libya and Syria, the UN report found.
Ayele, "Ethnographic study of diarrhoeal
diseases among under-five children in Mana District, Jimma Zone, Southwest Ethiopia," Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, vol.
So, a total of 384 was calculated, and since the number of population was less than 10,000 and finite which is 1436 acute diarrhoeal
disease patient charts, adjusting the population size to 1436 and calculating the sample size in STAT CALC of EPI Info software gives the final sample size of 303 acute diarrhoeal
disease patient charts.
The expected intermediate outcomes for this project include: policies and practices needed to alleviate significant public health challenges in Bangladesh, especially those faced by the poor and the vulnerable, are informed by new knowledge; more effective, evidence based, gender responsive health care and health education is provided by the International Centre for Diarrhoeal
Disease Research in Bangladesh (icddr,b) and allied research linked treatment facilities to the women, men, girls and boys of Bangladesh; and icddr,b position as a premium international research institution is strengthened and increasingly recognized in Bangladesh, as well as regionally and internationally.
Robertson et al., "Clinical predictors and outcome of hypoxaemia among under-five diarrhoeal
children with or without pneumonia in an urban hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh," Tropical Medicine and International Health, vol.
Overall, we have identified two general policy strategies with regard to non-clinical interventions against diarrhoeal
and respiratory diseases: first, policies that aim at enhancing supply-side capabilities in the area of material resources and/or infrastructure.
The results also showed strong association between treatment of water and diarrhoeal
Globally, an estimated 2,000 children under the age of five die every day from diarrhoeal
diseases and of these some 1,800 deaths are linked to water, sanitation and hygiene, the UN agency said as the international community is to mark World Water Day, which falls on Friday this year.
FIVE pupils from a Cardiff high school are thought to have contracted a diarrhoeal
illness while on an Easter trip.
stool samples were also brought directly to the field office by caretakers when diarrhoea occurred on non-visit days.
The WHO recognized this Institute as WHO Collaborative Centre for Research and Training on Diarrhoeal
Diseases in 1980.