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Is the 2000 CDC growth reference appropriate for developing countries? / Dominique Roberfroid in Public Health Nutrition, 9(2006)2 ([04/01/2006])
[article] Is the 2000 CDC growth reference appropriate for developing countries? [printed text] / Dominique Roberfroid , Author ; M.-P. Lerude, Author ; A. Perez-Cueto, Author ; Patrick Kolsteren, Author . - 2006 . - 266-268.
Languages : English (eng)
in Public Health Nutrition > 9(2006)2 [04/01/2006] . - 266-268
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Age Factors ; Analysis of Variance ; Anthropometry ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ; Child, Preschool ; Cluster Analysis ; Confidence Intervals ; Developing Countries ; Female ; Great Britain ; Humans ; Infant ; Infant, Newborn ; Journal Article ; Madagascar ; Male ; Nutrition Assessment ; Odds Ratio ; Sex Factors ; United States
Abstract: In 2000, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) produced a revised growth reference. This has already been used in different settings outside the USA. Using data obtained during a nutritional survey in Madagascar, we compare results produced by using both the 2000 CDC and the 1978 National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS)/World Health Organization (WHO) growth references. We show that changing the reference has an important impact on nutritional diagnosis. In particular, the prevalence of wasting is greatly increased. This could generate substantial operational and clinical difficulties. We recommend continued use of the 1978 NCHS/WHO reference until release of the new WHO multi-country growth charts. Link for e-copy: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayFulltext?type=1&pdftype=1&fid=632948 [...] Format of e-copy: PDF [Open Access] (Embargo 1 years) (1998 to present) Record link: https://kce.docressources.info/index.php?lvl=notice_display&id=2025[article]Variability in permanent tooth emergence sequences in Flemish children / Roos Leroy in European Journal of Oral Sciences, 116(2008)01 ([02/01/2008])
[article] Variability in permanent tooth emergence sequences in Flemish children [printed text] / Roos Leroy , Author ; S. Cecere, Author ; Emmanuel Lesaffre, Author ; Dominique Declerck, Author . - 2008 . - p. 11-17.
Languages : English (eng)
in European Journal of Oral Sciences > 116(2008)01 [02/01/2008] . - p. 11-17
Age Factors ; Belgium ; Child ; Epidemiologic Methods ; Humans ; Journal Article ; Peer Review ; Sex Factors ; Time Factors ; Tooth extraction
Abstract: The aim of the present study was to investigate the variability in permanent tooth emergence sequences in Flemish children. Data were obtained in the Signal-Tandmobiel project, a 6-yr prospective longitudinal oral health screening survey in Belgium. Bayesian statistical analyses, taking into account the interval-censored character of the data, were performed. The analyses indicated that no sequence was common in a quadrant to more than 19% of the sample. When only those emergence sequences are considered with a prevalence of 1% or more, 21 variations can be expected in the maxilla and 15-22 variations in the mandible. These variations 'cover' 84-88% of all sequences. The presentation of emergence sequences solely based on means or medians should thus be regarded as misleading. Link for e-copy: https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0722.2007.00505.x Format of e-copy: PDF [Requires Subscription] Record link: https://kce.docressources.info/index.php?lvl=notice_display&id=4087[article]