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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 2000, Number 6, 78 (6) 791-802: Organization of Ambulatory Care Provision ; A Critical Determinant of Health System Performance in Developing Countries

By Peter Berman

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Title: Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 2000, Number 6, 78 (6) 791-802: Organization of Ambulatory Care Provision ; A Critical Determinant of Health System Performance in Developing Countries  
Author: Peter Berman
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
Collections: Medical Library Collection, World Health Collection
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The controlled field trial reported here was carried out over the period 1960-64with the same typhoid vaccines as in the trial reported by the Yugoslav Typhoid Crnmission.The methods of preparation of the vaccines are given in the paper from the Division of Immunology, Walter Reed Armj- Lnstitute of Reearch.A bout 72 000 schoolchildren, 5-15 years of age, were enrolled in this study and were allocated in succession to one of three groups. One group was given tetanus toxoid as a control inoculation, the second received acetone-dried vaccine, and the third heat-phenol-inactivated vaccine. The incidence of typhoid was recorded during the three-and-a-half-year period subsequent to the inocu- The population of British Guiana is about half a million people, mainly of African or East Indian descent, living in the coastal area. The main crops are sugar and rice. The water table is high and faecal contamination of the streams and drainage and irrigation canals is conxnon. Typhoid fever is endemic, the annual notification rate for the whole country being about 1 per 1000 population. The rate is higher in the rural areas and in the small towns than in the capital, Georgetown, which has a piped water supply and a good sewage disposal system. Large outbreaks are rare, most cases being sporadic. Infection is lations. In addition to the children given two doses The members of the Typhoid Panel were:Cockburn, Dr R. and were also followed up.

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