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Report of the national iodine deficiency disorders survey in Bangladesh, 1993

Report of the national iodine deficiency disorders survey in Bangladesh, 1993

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Published by Dhaka University in Dhaka, Bangladesh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bangladesh.
    • Subjects:
    • Iodine deficiency diseases -- Bangladesh.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesNational iodine deficiency disorders survey in Bangladesh, 1993
      Statementby Harun K.M. Yusuf ... [et al.].
      ContributionsYusuf, Harun K. M., University of Dhaka., International Council for Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA645.I55 R47 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 73 p. :
      Number of Pages73
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL947144M
      LC Control Number95904175

      [4]. Indicators for Assessing Iodine Deficiency Disorders and their Control Programmes. Report of a Joint WHO/ UNICEF/ICCIDD Consultation, Geneva: World Health Organization; p. [5]. Control of iodine deficiency through safe use of iodized salt. ICMR Bull. ; Data on micronutrient deficiency prevalence, nutrition status, and risk factors of anemia in The Gambia is scanty. To fill this data gap, a nationally representative cross-sectional survey was conducted on children (0–59 months), non-pregnant women (NPW; 15–49 years), and pregnant women (PW). The survey assessed the prevalence of under and overnutrition, anemia, iron Cited by: 1.

      In , the World Bank estimated a DALY cost of US$8 for elimination of iodine deficiency by means of salt fortification, but this estimate did not take account of the full impact of iodine deficiency disorder on the intellectual capacity of affected populations. Thus, the actual cost per DALY is . Fernando E. Viteri, M.D., Sc.D. University of California at Berkeley. Iron is an essential nutrient. Iron deficiency in humans has wide-ranging negative consequences, including impaired physical growth, compromised cognitive development, short attention span and impaired learning capacity, reduced muscle function and energy utilization, decreased physical activity and lower work productivity.

      The UK does not supplement iodine, and if you set a very high level for normal spot urinary iodine excretion, 85% of English schoolgirls are at least mildly iodine deficient (Lancet , ); one group has a good study, well-controlled for confounding variables, suggesting that iodine deficiency during pregnancy is leaving many English. control iron deficiency in the United States. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 47(RR-3): 1Œ Central Bureau of Health Intelligence (CBHI). Health Information of IndiaŠ New Delhi: CBHI, Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Central Statistical Organisation.


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Report of the national iodine deficiency disorders survey in Bangladesh, 1993 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Iodine deficiency and goitre in Bangladesh. Results of surveys conducted since the s have shown that high levels of iodine deficiency are prevalent in Bangladesh. The Nutrition Survey of East Pakistan – reported a goitre rate of % in former East Pakistan, now by: depleting iodine from soils, this low-lying country supports a population of around million people.

Nearly 40 per cent are children. Although Bangladesh has a growing economy, half of these children continue to live below the international poverty line. Inthe first national IDD survey in Bangladesh found a 47% goiter rate and.

Author(s): Yusuf,H K; Salamatullah,Q; Islam,M N; Hoque,T; Baquer,M; Pandav,C S Title(s): National iodine deficiency disorders survey in Bangladesh - A survey was conducted to monitor the current status of iodine deficiency disorders in children aged years and women aged years in Bangladesh as measured by goitre prevalence and.

Vitamin A deficiency (14) – National survey Multi-stage cluster sampling Night blindness survey: Children 6 – 59 months (n 26 ) NPNL women (n ). protected from iodine deficiency disorders.6 Technical Notes Stunting is low height for age.

underweight is low weight for age. is low weight for height. Current stunting, underweight, and wasting estimates are based on comparison of the most recent survey data with the WHO Child Growth Standards, released in They are not directly File Size: KB.

According to the national survey inthe prevalence of cretinism %, total goiter rate % and % suffered from biochemical iodine deficiency. In Bangladesh during prevalence of iodine deficiency (Urinary Iodine Excretion.

Iodine deficiency disorders in South-East Asia Report of the regional working group 15 December ; African Task Force on Iodine Deficiency Disorders Report of the fourth meeting 15 December ; Intercountry workshop on iodine deficiency disorders control Teheran, Islamic Republic of Iran, August 15 December ; Iodine Deficiency.

Institute of Public Health Nutrition. Report of national goitre prevalence study of Bangladesh (). Dhaka: Institute of Public Health Nutrition, Yusuf HK, Salamatullah Q, Islam MN, Hoque T, Baquer M, Pandev CS.

National iodine deficiency disorders survey in Bangladesh Dhaka: University of Dhaka, 13 p. In a report on iodine status, the WHO stated that the number of countries where iodine deficiency is a public health problem had halved over the previous decade. Therefore, the main strategy (USI) has been successful.

The number of countries where iodine deficiency is a public health problem was reduced from in to 54 in Policy Guidelines on National Iodine Deficiency Disorders Control Programme.

New Delhi: Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS). National Family Health Survey (MCH. Present TB status of Bangladesh: According to WHO, 'Global TB Report ' total population was million, Bangladesh is one of the world's 30 high TB burden country and near about people died due to estimated number of TB patient wasamong them male patient was recorded and female patient was In total case was notified The effects of iodine deficiency are most seriously manifest during pregnancy and parturition.

Iodine deficiency disorders also have economic and social consequences for development (see Box 64). The severity of IDD is classified on the basis of the prevalence of goitre and the mean level of urinary iodine in the test population. Policy Guidelines on National Iodine Deficiency Disorders Control Programme.

New Delhi: Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. International Clinical Epidemiology Network (INCLEN). WorldSAFE and IndiaSAFE: Studying the prevalence of family violence. INCLEN Monograph Series on Critical. Geraldo Medeiros-Neto, Ileana G.S.

Rubio, in Endocrinology: Adult and Pediatric (Seventh Edition), Prophylaxis and Treatment of Iodine-Deficiency Disorders. Prevention of endemic goiter and cretinism by the addition of iodine supplements to the daily diet has been accepted and widely used since the beginning of the 20th century.

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According to WHO, the number of countries where iodine deficiency is a public health problem has been reduced by 50 percent over the past decade from countries in to just 54 in Some countries have made spectacular progress in the use of iodized salt.

Inthe prevalence of goitre in Bangladesh was %, cretinism %, and sub-clinical iodine deficiency (low urinary concentration of iodine Survey showed that the prevalence of goitre among years old children was %, and it was % among women aged years (33).

Role of iodine in thyroid problems: Iodine plays an important role in hyperthyroidism, thyrotoxicosis, hypothyroidism and other iodine deficiency disorders. As iodine is an integral part of thyroid hormones so, its availability to the thyroid gland affects the production of the thyroid hormones.

Mental health in China is a growing issue. Experts have estimated that about million people living in China is with a mental disorder. Social stigma related to religious and cultural beliefs of upholding social harmony and maintaining personal reputation contribute to a lack of desire to seek treatment.

While the Chinese government is committed to expanding mental health care services and. Stability of iodine in iodized salt used for correction of iodine-deficiency disorders [] last update: Mon. Stability of iodine in iodized salt used for correction of iodine-deficiency disorders L.L.

Diosady, J.O. Alberti, M.G. Venkatesh Mannar, and T.G. Stone Food and Nutrition Bulletin,18 (4): The United.The Philippines is one of the countries where adequate iodine status has been achieved.

However, iodine deficiency still remains an important public health problem in this country. In this study, we evaluated iodine nutrition status and investigated an awareness status of iodine deficiency targeting high school students of Tuguegarao, by: 5.In Bangladesh, an economic study (funded by the U.S.

Agency for International Development) reported that a two-thirds reduction in iron deficiency anemia would result in a $ billion benefit to the agricultural gross domestic product within six years as a result of increased labor productivity by reducing iron deficiency anemia among workers.