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Mumps virus F gene and HN gene sequencing as a molecular tool to study mumps virus transmission.
- S. Gouma, J. Cremer, S. Parkkali, I. Veldhuijzen, R. van Binnendijk, M. Koopmans
- Biology, Medicine
- Infection, genetics and evolution : journal of…
- 1 November 2016
Various mumps outbreaks have occurred in the Netherlands since 2004, particularly among persons who had received 2 doses of measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccination. Genomic typing of pathogens… Expand
Outbreak of diarrhoea among participants of a triathlon and a duathlon on 12 July 2015 in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
On 12 July 2015, a triathlon competition with 900 participants took place in Utrecht, the Netherlands. An outbreak investigation was initiated after 56 participants reported health complaints. An… Expand
Risk factors for gastroenteritis associated with canal swimming in two cities in the Netherlands during the summer of 2015: A prospective study
Urban canal swimming events are popular in the Netherlands. In 2015, two city canal swimming events took place, in Utrecht (Utrecht Singel Swim, USS) and in Amsterdam (Amsterdam City Swim, ACS). This… Expand
Comparison of routine prenatal iron prophylaxis and screening and treatment for anaemia: pregnancy results and preliminary birth results from a pragmatic randomised controlled trial (PROFEG) in…
Objective To present the pregnancy results and interim birth results of a pragmatic randomised controlled trial comparing routine iron prophylaxis with screening and treatment for anaemia during… Expand
Adherence in a pragmatic randomized controlled trial on prophylactic iron supplementation during pregnancy in Maputo, Mozambique.
OBJECTIVE Assessing the level of adherence and its determinants is important in appraising the overall effectiveness of trials. The present study aimed to evaluate the extent of adherence and its… Expand
Routine iron prophylaxis during pregnancy : Effects on maternal and child health in Maputo City and the urban part of Maputo Province Mozambique (PROFEG) : Report of the pilot study, August 2007
A pragmatic randomised controlled trial on routine iron prophylaxis during pregnancy in Maputo, Mozambique (PROFEG): rationale, design, and success.
The effects of prophylactic iron during pregnancy on maternal and child health in developing settings with endemic malaria and high prevalence of HIV remain unclear. This paper describes the… Expand
Is selective prenatal iron prophylaxis better than routine prophylaxis: final results of a trial (PROFEG) in Maputo, Mozambique
Objective To compare routine versus selective (ie, screening and treatment for anaemia) prenatal iron prophylaxis in a malaria-endemic and HIV-prevalent setting, an extended analysis including… Expand
Maternity care system in Maputo, Mozambique: Plans and practice?
- Q. Long, Tavares Madede, S. Parkkali, Leonardo Chavane, J. Sundby, E. Hemminki
- Political Science
- 1 January 2017
Abstract Mixed methods were used with various data sources to describe organisation and delivery of maternity care in Maputo city, Mozambique in early 2010s and to compare the plans with the service… Expand
Causes of death among women aged 17–49 years between 2007 and 2010 in Maputo, Mozambique
- S. Parkkali, B. Nwaru, Orvalho Augusto, F. Abacassamo, J. Cliff, E. Hemminki
- Journal of global health
- 1 December 2017
Objectives To describe causes of death among young women and estimate the role of HIV/AIDS as a cause in Maputo City, based on the civil death register. Methods Death data of 17–49 year–old women… Expand