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Ageing and adult health status in eight lower-income countries: the INDEPTH WHO-SAGE collaboration
Background: Globally, ageing impacts all countries, with a majority of older persons residing in lower- and middle-income countries now and into the future. An understanding of the health andExpand
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Health inequalities among older men and women in Africa and Asia: evidence from eight Health and Demographic Surveillance System sites in the INDEPTH WHO-SAGE Study
Background: Declining rates of fertility and mortality are driving demographic transition in all regions of the world, leading to global population ageing and consequently changing patterns of globalExpand
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Smoking Epidemics And Socio-Economic Predictors Of Regular Use And Cessation: Findings From WHO STEPS Risk Factor Surveys In Vietnam And Indonesia
A population-based surveys were carried out in two demographic surveillance sites (DSSs) in Vietnam and Indonesia using the WHO STEPS approach to surveillance of non-communicable disease risk factoExpand
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Development, Validation and Reliability of the Simple Nutrition Screening Tool (SNST) for Adult Hospital Patient in Indonesia
Malnutrition is one common problem for hospitalized patient in all over the world. Thus, patients with at risk of malnutrition are recommended to receive a nutritional therapy which are identified byExpand
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Ibu hamil perokok pasif sebagai faktor risiko bayi berat lahir rendah
Background: Low birth weigth babies (LBW) are most likely a cause of the infant mortality and morbidity. Many factors causes LBW babies as maternal health, behavior during pregnancy, environmental Expand
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Dilute versus full-strength formula in exclusively formula-fed preterm or low birth weight infants.
BACKGROUND Preterm infants have fewer nutrient reserves at birth than full-term infants and often receive artificial formula feeds in the absence of expressed breast milk. Although it is generallyExpand
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Prognostic factors at birth for stunting at 24 months of age in rural Indonesia
Background The problems of stunting are its high prevalence as well as the complexity of its risk factors. Identifying the modifiable prognostic factors at birth may reduce the shortterm as well asExpand
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Lack of association between the −1082 (A/G) IL-10 polymorphism (rs1800896) and spontaneous preterm birth in the Indonesian Acehnese population
Abstract Introduction Preterm birth is associated with multiple mechanisms, and a contractile state during preterm birth is typically accompanied by a shift in signaling from anti-inflammatory toExpand
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Hemoglobin level after ingestion of repeated dose of iron shortly after and 2 hours after meal for 12 weeks in second & third trimester pregnant women with iron deficiency anemia
The aim of the study was to assess the hemoglobin level after ingestion of repeated dose of iron shortly after and 2 hours after a meal for 12 weeks in second and third-trimester pregnant women withExpand
PERCEPTION OF PRACTICE PACKAGE MIDWIFE SELF ORGANIZING LABOUR SOCIAL SECURITY AGENCY (BPJS) IN SUSTAINABILITY PARTNERSHIP TO BE PROVIDER NETWORKING IN THE FAMILY DOCTOR IN THE CITY BENGKULU
Background: Maternal deaths as a global public health problem and urgent to be addressed through the launch of the Safe Motherhood program. UN Resolution on universal health coverage (UniversalExpand