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Micronutrient Sprinkles reduce anemia among 9- to 24-mo-old children when delivered through an integrated health and nutrition program in rural Haiti.
We evaluated the effectiveness of a 2-mo treatment of Sprinkles containing 12.5 mg iron, 5 mg zinc, 400 microg vitamin A, 160 microg folic acid, and 30 mg vitamin C in reducing anemia among children… Expand
Using programme theory to assess the feasibility of delivering micronutrient Sprinkles through a food-assisted maternal and child health and nutrition programme in rural Haiti.
This paper uses programme theory to assess, in the context of an effectiveness evaluation, the feasibility and acceptability of distributing micronutrient Sprinkles through a food-assisted maternal… Expand
Cystic fibrosis: nutritional consequences and management.
Malnutrition is an adverse prognostic factor in cystic fibrosis, influencing the course of pulmonary disease and correlating inversely with survival. A positive energy balance between energy intake… Expand
Comparison of the TriTrac-R3D accelerometer and a self-report activity diary with heart-rate monitoring for the assessment of energy expenditure in children.
- G. Rodríguez, L. Beghin, L. Michaud, L. Moreno, D. Turck, F. Gottrand
- Medicine, Biology
- The British journal of nutrition
- 1 June 2002
Determining total energy expenditure (EE) in children under free-living conditions has become of increasingly clinical interest. The aim of this study was to compare three different methods to assess… Expand
Micronutrient Status of Children Receiving Prolonged Enteral Nutrition
- M. Gottrand, L. Muyshont, +7 authors F. Gottrand
- Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism
- 3 September 2013
Background and Aims: The aim of this study was to assess the micronutrient status of children receiving prolonged enteral nutrition. Methods: This cross-sectional single-center study included all 64… Expand
Do mobile clinics provide high-quality antenatal care? A comparison of care delivery, knowledge outcomes and perception of quality of care between fixed and mobile clinics in central Haiti
- Erica Phillips, R. Stoltzfus, L. Michaud, Gracia Lionel Fils Pierre, F. Vermeylen, D. Pelletier
- BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
- 16 October 2017
BackgroundAntenatal care (ANC) is an important health service for women in developing countries, with numerous proven benefits. Global coverage of ANC has steadily increased over the past 30 years,… Expand
Preventive targeting of food aid and behavior change communication to 6–24 mo old children is more effective in reducing undernutrition than targeting malnourished children in rural Haiti
Child feeding practices are improved by a behavior change communications strategy using a small peer group approach in rural Haiti
Translating knowledge about child feeding into adoption of practices: Comparison of 2 approaches to targeting food aid & behavior change communication (BCC) in maternal & child health programs