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Umbilical Cord Immunoglobulins and Fetal Maturity: Neonates in a Guatemalan Indian Village
During a 9-year prospectivestudy in a Mayan Indian village (1), umbilical cord blood was collected by untrained midwivesfrom most newborns. Specimens mixed with maternal blood were screened according to their ratios ...
Effect of infection on food intake and the nutritional state: perspectives as viewed from the viIlage
Data from a prospective study of a Guatemalan village population revealed an exceedingly high force of infection which may affect nutrition and growth from gestation onward. Maternal morbidity was higher and fetal antigenic ...
Cambios culturales y nutricionales en Costa Rica
EI oscuro panorama que se presenta ante la posibilidad de lograr soIucionesa los problemas mundiales de alimentos, energia y agotamiento y contaminaci6n del ambients influye cualquier intento de discutir y abo rda r ...
Viral infections during pregnancy and in early life
There is evidence that fetal antigenic stimulation and intrauterine infection is much more frequent in developing rural populations than in industrialized societies. A similar contrast is observed for postnatal intestinal ...
Efficacy comparison of oral rehydration solutions containing either 90 or 75 millimoles of sodium per liter
In a randomized trial, 62 infants 2 to 35 months of age with dehydration due to acute watery diarrhea were allocated to one of two groups: group A received solution A (World Health Organization-recommended oral rehydration ...
Conocimientos sobre el SIDA en un tugurio y un campamento de refugiados de Costa Rica
Se realizó una encuesta a mediados de 1988 en dos localidades con población marginada: un campamento de refugiados nicaragüenses y un tugurio periurbano. En ambas localidades se seleccionó una muestra representativa ...