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eBook WHO Child Growth Standards: Head Circumference-for-age, Arm Circumference-for-age, Triceps Skinfold-for-age and Subscapular Skinfold-for-age ePub

by World Health Organization

eBook WHO Child Growth Standards: Head Circumference-for-age, Arm Circumference-for-age, Triceps Skinfold-for-age and Subscapular Skinfold-for-age ePub
Author: World Health Organization
Language: English
ISBN: 9241547189
ISBN13: 978-9241547185
Publisher: World Health Organization; 1 edition (October 8, 2007)
Pages: 234
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.1
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ePub file: 1600 kb
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WHO Child Growth Standards: Methods and development: Head e, arm e, triceps skinfold-for-age and subscapular skinfold-for-age.

WHO Child Growth Standards: Methods and development: Head e, arm e, triceps skinfold-for-age and subscapular skinfold-for-age. WHO Child Growth Standards: Methods and development: Growth velocity based on weight, length and head circumference. Acta Paediatrica Supplement.

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Triceps skinfold-for-age (tsa) z-scores for children aged between 3 and 60 months

Triceps skinfold-for-age (tsa) z-scores for children aged between 3 and 60 months. Sub-scapular skinfold-for-age (ssa) z-scores for children aged between 3 and 60 months. Head e (hca) z-scores for children aged between zero and 60 months. The z-scores are calculated using the WHO Child Growth Standards, for children aged between zero and 60 months or the WHO Growth References for school-aged children and adolescents

development: Head e, arm e, triceps skinfold-for-age and subscapular skinfold-for-age. Child growth standards. Head e, arm e, triceps skinfold-for-age and subscapular skinfold-for-age. Download complete document pdf, . 3Mb. Cover page pdf, 76kb. WHO Multicentre Growth Reference Study Group pdf, 38kb.

Head e, arm e, triceps skinfold-for-age and subscapular skinfold-for-age. WHO, Geneva, 2007) to replace the National Center for Health Statistics references (Hamill et a. National Center for Health Statistics, Vital and Health Statistics Series 11, No 165, 1977) as an international tool for growth and nutritional assessment

Extending World Health Organization weight-for-age reference curves to older children.

Extending World Health Organization weight-for-age reference curves to older children. Growth Monitoring: A Survey of Current Practices of Primary Care Paediatricians in Europe. Development of a New Growth Standard for Breastfed Chinese Infants: What Is the Difference from the WHO Growth Standards? TRIPS on the High Seas: Intellectual Property Rights on Marine Genetic Resources TRIPS on the High Seas: Intellectual Property Rights on Marine Genetic Resources

Triceps skinfold-for-age, girls 131 . Triceps skinfold-for-age for girls Steps similar to those described in the preceding sections were followed to select the best model to fit the triceps skinfold-for-age growth standard for girls.

Triceps skinfold-for-age, girls 131 .

In the age group 6–35 months, MUAC and MUAC z-score had the same prognostic .

In the age group 6–35 months, MUAC and MUAC z-score had the same prognostic ability to predict short-term mortality. As MUAC is easier to use in field settings, there is no need to use MUAC z-score to identify children with a high-mortality risk. World Health Organization WHO Multicentre Growth Reference Study Group. WHO Child Growth Standards: Head e, arm e, triceps skinfold-for-age and subscapular skinfold-for-age: Methods and development 2007: World Health Organization: Geneva.

WHO Child Growth Standards: Head e, arm e, triceps . The variables for head circumference, arm circumference, triceps and subcapsular skinfolds are optional

WHO Child Growth Standards: Head e, arm e, triceps skinfold-forage and subscapular skinfold-for-age: Methods and development. The variables for head circumference, arm circumference, triceps and subcapsular skinfolds are optional. If any of those is present in the data set AND is specified via the respective macro parameter, the corresponding individual z-scores and summary statistics will be generated. The requirements to input these variables are detailed in the macro parameter section.

A comprehensive review of the uses and interpretation of anthropometric references undertaken by WHO in the early 1990s concluded that new growth curves were needed to replace the existing international reference. To develop new standards, a multi-country study was carried out to collect primary growth data and related information from 8440 healthy breastfed infants and young children from diverse ethnic backgrounds and cultural settings (Brazil, Ghana, India, Norway, Oman, and the USA). The first set of growth standards (length/height-for-age, weight-for-age, weight-for-length, weight-for-height and body mass index-for-age) was published in April 2006. This report presents the second set of growth standards (head circumference-for-age, arm circumference-for-age, triceps skinfold-for-age, and subscapular skinfold-for-age). The standards depict normal early childhood growth under optimal environmental conditions and can be used to assess children everywhere, regardless of ethnicity socioeconomic status and type of feeding. This report will be useful to pediatricians and other healthcare providers, nutritionists, policy makers, researchers, national institutes of health, schools of medicine, and professional associations. Companion volume: WHO Child Growth Standards: Length/Height-for-age Weight-for-age Weight-for-length Weight-for-height and Body Mass Index-for age. Methods and Development
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