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Approaches to treating malaria anaemia

BATES, Imelda
July 2004

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This article forms part of the research conducted by the Malaria Knowledge Programme at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. The article considers the prevalence and causes of anaemia in patients with malaria. It looks at diagnosis, treatment and blood transfusions and the prevention of anaemia through clinical detection and the use of bednets to prevent malaria

Guidelines for HIV/AIDS interventions in emergency settings

INTER-AGENCY STANDING COMMITTEE (IASC)
2003

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This document highlights the complex interaction between the HIV and AIDS epidemic and emergency situations, and calls for an integrated response during humanitarian crises. It focuses on the early phase of an emergency and topics covered include: prevention and preparedness; responding to sexual violence and exploitation; food aid and distribution; safe blood supply; condom supply and usage; women, children, orphans and refugees; post exposure prophylaxis; workplace issues; stigma and discrimination. These guidelines were designed for use by authorities, personnel and organisations operating in emergency settings

The clinical use of blood in medicine, obstetrics, paediatrics, surgery & anaesthesia, trauma & burns

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)
2001

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This publication contains learning material on appropriate use of blood. It is aimed at clinicians, blood transfusion specialists but also general practitioners, students and paramedical staff. It discusses principles and best transfusion procedures and shows how these may apply to six clinical areas, including general medicine, obstretrics, paediatrics, surgery, trauma and burns

The clinical use of blood : handbook

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)
2001

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This pocket handbook summarises the module 'The clinical use of blood in medicine, obstetrics, paediatrics, surgery & anaesthesia, trauma & burns'. It is designed for use in clinical practices and provides a quick reference when making decisions on blood transfusion. It discusses principles and best transfusion procedures and shows how these may apply to six clinical areas, including general medicine, obstetrics, paediatrics, surgery, trauma and burns

Evidence that HIV causes AIDS

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALLERGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES (NIAID)
2000

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This document sets out evidence that HIV causes AIDS. Questions and answers at the end address the specific claims of those who assert that HIV is not the cause of AIDS

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