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close this bookSevere Malnutrition: Report of a Consultation to Review Current Literature (WHO; 2005; 52 pages) View the PDF document
View the documentAcknowledgements
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Severe Malnutrition: Report of a Consultation to Review Current Literature

6-7 September 2004

Nutrition for Health and Development
World Health Organization

WHO Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data

Informal Consultation to Review Current Literature on Management of Severe Malnutrition in Hospitals (2004: Geneva, Switzerland)
Severe malnutrition: report of a consultation to review current literature.

1.Malnutrition - therapy 2.Infant nutrition disorders - therapy 3.Child nutrition disorders - therapy 4.Review literature 5.Guidelines I.Title.

ISBN 92 4 159331 8

(NLM Classification: WD 100)

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