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Evaluation of the treatment guidelines, practices and outcomes of complicated severe acute malnutrition in children aged 0-59 months in sub-Saharan Africa: a study protocol for the SAMAC study
(Pan African Medical Journal, 2020)
Introduction: in hospitals across Africa, the case fatality rates of severe acute malnutrition (SAM) have remained consistently high (over 20%), despite the existence of the WHO treatment guideline. This has been ...
Diet and sedentary behaviour in relation to mortality in US adults with a cardiovascular condition: results from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey linked to the US mortality registry
(Cambridge Univ Pess, 2020)
CVD is the most common chronic condition and the highest cause of mortality in the USA. The aim of the present work was to investigate diet and sedentary behaviour in relation to mortality in US CVD survivors. The National ...
Diet and sedentary behaviour in relation to cancer survival. A report from the national health and nutrition examination survey linked to the U.S. mortality registry
Background & aims Cancer is the second most common chronic disease and cause of death in the United States. Our aim was to evaluate the associations of sedentary behavior and nutrient intakes with total and cancer-specific ...
Trends in alcohol consumption in relation to cause-specific and all-cause mortality in the United States: a report from the NHANES linked to the US mortality registry
(Oxford Univ Press, 2020)
Background Excessive alcohol use is the third leading cause of mortality in the United States, where alcohol use consistently increased over the last decades. This trend is currently maintained, despite regulatory policies ...
Treatment outcomes and determinants of mortality in children aged 0-59 months diagnosed with complicated severe acute malnutrition in two referral hospitals in Ghana
(Taylor & Francis, 2020)
Background: Complicated severe acute malnutrition (SAM) poses an enormous threat to the survival of children. However, the relationship between admission characteristics and recovery, weight gain and the risk of mortality ...