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Our Planet, Our Health, Our Future - World Health

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IV Our Planet, Our Health, Our Future Our Planet, Our Health, Our Future 1 Executive Summary Our Planet, Our Health, Our Future “Human beings are at the centre of concerns for sustainable development. They are entitled to a healthy and productive life in harmony with nature”

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Arguing for Universal HealtH Coverage - World Health

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Nov 12, 2013 · top-level health goal in the post-2015 development framework and any new set of development goals. 1. Savedoff W et al. Transitions in Health Financing and Policies for Universal Health Coverage: Final Report of the Transitions in Health Financing Project. Washington: Results for Development Institute; 2012.

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WHO | Occupational health - WHO | World Health

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Policy-makers in the Ministries of Health, Education, Labour, Employment, and Environment as well as workplace health practitioners in Public Health, Health and Safety, and Economic Development institutions within WHO European Member States. Employers and employees and their representative bodies.

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STATE OF THE WORLD’S NURSING - World Health

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Source: National Health Workforce Accounts, World Health Organization 2019. Latest available data over the period 2013–2018. not applicable not reported 0 5001,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 km 10 10 to 19 20 to 29 30 to 39 0 to 9 50 to 5 to 99 100 Executive summary 3

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Climate change and human health - World Health

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Climate change and human health RISKS AND RESPONSES Editors A.J. McMichael The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia D.H. Campbell-Lendrum London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdom C.F. Corvalán World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland K.L. Ebi

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Background Paper 6.22 Pneumonia - World Health

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The 2004 Priority Medicines for Europe and the World Report had 17 chronic and acute priority diseases whose inclusion were based on data from the World Health Organization ... The populations most at risk for pneumonia are children under five years, people aged 65 or over, and people with pre-existing health problems.

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Abuja Declaration ten years after - World Health

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countries currently spend less than US$ 33 per capita on health7. Of the 14 countries that spend more than US$ 33 per capita, 71% are middle income countries. It is important to consider both the share of government spending devoted to health as well as the overall level of spending when considering the ability of a country to meet the health MDGs.

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10 ENGINEERING NOISE CONTROL - World Health

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Department of Mechanical Engineering World Health Organization University of Adelaide South Australia 5005 AUSTRALIA chansen@mecheng.adelaide.edu.au 10.1. INTRODUCTION As with any occupational hazard, control technology should aim at reducing noise to acceptable levels by action on the work environment. Such action involves the implementation ...

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Trihalomethanes in Drinking-water - World Health

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used in deriving guideline values and presenting critical reviews and evaluations of the effects on human health of the substances or contaminants of potential health concern in drinking-water. In the first and second editions, these constituted Volume 2 of the GDWQ. Since publication of the third edition, they comprise a series of free-

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KENYA HEALTH STRATEGIC PLAN - World Health

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7.2 Organization & Management of services at National & County levels 83 7.3 Governance, legal and regulatory framework at national, and County levels 89 7.4 Partnership and coordination framework 91 7.5 Planning and budgeting pr …

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DENTAL DISEASES AND ORAL HEALTH - World Health

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free sugars consumption is < 15-20 kg/year (~6-10% energy intake), dental caries is low. Other countries should aim towards a maximum of 10% of total calorie intake per day in free sugars. In addition,the frequency of consumption of foods containing free sugars should be limited to a maximum of four times per

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(May 2016) 3 DRAFT FOR COMMENTS - World Health

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July 2015– April 2016 Presentation of the progress made to the fiftieth meeting of the WHO Expert Committee on Specifications for Pharmaceutical Preparations 12–16 October 2015 Discussion at the informal consultation on good practices for health products manufacture and inspection, Geneva, 4–6 April 2016

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Clinical Management of Novel CoV - World Health

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Screening and triage: early recognition of patients with SARI associated with COVID-19 Screening and triage: Screen and isolate all patients with suspected COVID-19 at the first point of contact with the health care system (such as the emergency department or outpatient department/clinic). Consider COVID-19 as a

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WHO | Occupational health - WHO | World Health

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Although in occupational hygiene, the term "airborne dust" is used, in the related field of environmental hygiene, concerned with pollution of the general atmospheric environment, the term "suspended particulate matter" is often preferred. The aerodynamic behaviour of airborne particles is very important in all areas of

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WHO global code of practice EN - World Health

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5.2 Member States should use this Code as a guide when entering into bilateral, and/or regional and/or multilateral arrangements, to promote international cooperation and coordination on international recruitment of health personnel. Such arrangements should …

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Chapter 6.6 Hydrogen sulfide - World Health Organization

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Health Effects Effects on experimental animals The main toxicological effect at the cellular level in the brain is the inhibition of the enzyme cytochrome oxidase at the end of the mitochondrial respiratory chain (11). Because of abnormal mitochondrial function, many secondary changes appear in cells which have a great energy demand.

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N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) - World Health

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There is also ample evidence that NDMA is genotoxic both in vivo and in vitro. Activation by liver microsomal S9 fractions is necessary for a positive in vitro result. The recent observation that human S9 fractions are much more active in promoting genotoxicity in the Ames test than rat S9 fractions suggests that humans may be especially ...

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Your 5 Moments for Hand Hygiene - World Health

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Your 5 Moments for Hand Hygiene May 2009 1 2 3 4 5 WHEN? Clean your hands before touching a patient when approaching him/her. WHY? To protect the patient against ...

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Recomendaciones de la OMS para la - World Health

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Se reservan todos los derechos. Las publicaciones de la Organización Mundial de la Salud están disponibles en el sitio web de la OMS ... 4.2 Otras preguntas de investigación 44 5. Difusión y aplicación de la guía 44 ... Aspectos de aplicabilidad 45 6.1 Impacto previsto sobre la organización de los cuidados y los recursos 45 6.2 Monitoreo ...

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Tuberculosis prevention, care and control - World Health

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limitations, programmatic requirements and/or other considerations. The Directory also provides simple indicators of the management/supervisory, procurement/supply and human resource costs to implement each intervention, where available. Early …

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STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE - World Health

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releasing only those blood products and blood which fulfil the desired standards in terms of safety and efficacy. Consistency is the hallmark of quality and can be achieved only through the use of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) by all staff engaged in blood centres at all times.

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REVISION OF MONOGRAPH ON TABLETS - World Health

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– cracks or capping, chipping in the tablet surfaces or coating, swelling, mottling, discoloration, fusion between tablets; and – the appearance of crystals on the container walls or on the tablets. Uniformity of mass Tablets comply with the test for 5.2 Uniformity of …

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VISION MISSION GOAL AND OBJECTIVES - World Health

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The Global Youth Tobacco Survey of 2003 shows that experimentation with tobacco starts early in life, the most common age being 12-13 years both in Mauritius and Rodrigues. It is also noted that 6.7% of school children in Mauritius and 9.5% in Rodrigues first tried their cigarettes at 7 years or younger.

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REGLAMENT O SANIT SANITARIO - World Health

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reglamento sanitario internacional (2005) segunda ediciÓn ginebra 2008 mpower.brochure.spanish.indd 1 8/05/08 12:48:34

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Cosa sono i campi elettromagnetici - World Health

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Cosa sono i campi elettromagnetici? Definizioni e sorgenti I campi elettrici sono creati da differenze di potenziale elettrico, o tensioni: più alta è la tensione, più intenso è il campo elettrico risultante. I campi magnetici si creano quando circola una corrente elettrica: più alta è la corrente, più intenso è il campo magnetico.

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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA - World Health

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Therapeutic Committee (NMTC) for their valuable inputs, guidance and approval of the document: Dr. Donan W. Mmbando Chief Medical Officer and Chaiperson of the NMTC Mr. Henry Irunde Chief Pharmacist and Secretary of NMTC Dr. Margaret E. Mhando Director, Curative Services – …

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Polio and the Introduction of IPV - World Health

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Polio and the Introduction of IPV Poliomyelitis (polio) is a highly infectious disease that is caused when a person is infected by the polio virus that invades the nervous system. Poliomyelitis can cause paralysis and even death. There are 3 types of the polio virus – type 1, type 2, and type 3.

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Organización Mundial de la Salud - World Health

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UN INSTRUMENTO EN EL TRABAJO Departamento de Salud Mental y Abuso de Sustancias Manejo de Trastornos Mentales y Cerebrales Organización Mundial de la Salud Ginebra 2006 Organización Mundial de la Salud . WHO/MNH/MBD/00.8 Página 3 WHO/MNH/MBD/00.8 Página 2

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What is VVM and how does it work - World Health

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manufacturers use a special densitometer that reads the colour density optically. In visual interpretation we should always accept a variance coming from different people (interobserver variation). It is very difficult for people to look at a VVM inner square with 52% hue of outer circle colour and say that it is 52%.

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BENZOIC ACID AND SODIUM BENZOATE - World Health

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concise international chemical assessment document 26 2 selection of high quality national/regional assessment document(s) cicad preparation flow chart first draft prepared review by ipcs contact points/ specialized experts final review board 2 final draft 3 editing approval by director, ipcs publication selection of priority chemical

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Needlestick Safety and Prevention - World Health

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Hepatitis C is a serious disease of the liver and can be fatal. HCV was not identified until 1989; before that it was referred to as non -A, non -B hepatitis virus. Since the method to test for Hepatitis C in blood products was not developed until 1992, people who received blood products before 1992 might have been exposed to HCV.

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05. NORMES DE LA ZONE DE SANTE 06 - World Health

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gestion des problèmes de santé de la population de responsabilité ; hôpital général de référence , structure d’appui technique aux CS ; structure de …

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Inactivation (disinfection) processes - World Health

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Electron microscopy of chlorinated bacteria has demonstrated morphological changes in the cell membrane (Zaske, Dockins & McFeters, 1980). In addition, chlorination can kill microbes by disrupting metabolism (Wyss, 1961) and protein synthesis (Pereira et al., 1973), or by modifying purine and pyrimidine

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Vacuna contra la fiebre amarilla - World Health

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la fiebre amarilla en alrededor del 20-40% de la población de las zonas afectadas. La relación observada entre el número de personas infectadas y el número de personas con enfermedad clínica en dos epidemias distintas fue, respectivamente, de 3,8:1 y de 7,4:1.

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PAINT POLLUTION HARMFUL EFFECTS ON ENVIRONMENT

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported a 20%-40% increased risk of certain types of cancer (in particular lung cancer) for those who come into regular contact with, or work with paint while Danish researchers point to the added possibility of neurological damage.

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1 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACOUSTICS - World Health

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speed of sound may be written as: where Tk is the temperature in K, R is the universal gas constant which has the value 8.314 J per mole K, and M is the molecular weight, which for air is 0.029 kg/mole. For air, the ratio of specific heats, , is 1.402. All of the properties just discussed (except the speed of sound) apply only to a pure tone ...

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MODEL CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS - World Health

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28 Organization be liable for damages arising from its use. ... 81 In the case that the sampling plan and procedures used by the laboratory or other bodies are ... 86 uncertainty of measurement and the production capability, and acceptance criteria for an

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Stakeholder Analysis Guidelines - World Health

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reform at the national, regional, local, or facility level. The purpose of this document is to help policymakers, managers, and their working groups ... Application of these guidelines is intended to make policymakers and managers more informed

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WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION Sickle-cell anaemia

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WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION FIFTY-NINTH WORLD HEALTH ASSEMBLY A59/9 Provisional agenda item 11.4 24 April 2006 Sickle-cell anaemia Report by the Secretariat PREVALENCE OF SICKLE-CELL ANAEMIA 1. Sickle-cell anaemia (also known as sickle-cell disorder or sickle-cell disease) is a common

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Health Policy and Systems Research - World Health

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distinguished by initial capital letters. All reasonable precautions have been taken by the World Health Organization to verify the information contained in this publication. However, the published material is being distributed without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. The responsibility for the interpretation and use of

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