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close this bookClinical Guidelines and Treatment Manual (MSF, 1993, 319 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
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View the documentHow to use these guidelines
close this folderIntroduction
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View the documentObjectives for a curative health program
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close this folderChapter 1 - A few symptoms and syndromes
View the documentFatigue
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View the documentSevere protein-energy malnutrition
close this folderChapter 2 - Respiratory diseases
View the documentStrategy for the control of acute respiratory infections in developing countries
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View the documentPharyngitis and Tonsillitis
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View the documentPneumonia and Bronchopneumonia
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close this folderChapter 3 - Gastro-intestinal diseases
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close this folderChapter 4 - Skin conditions
View the documentDermatology
View the documentImpetigo and other purulent dermatoses
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View the documentEndemic syphilis, Yaws & Pinta
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close this folderChapter 5 - Eye conditions
View the documentConjunctivitis
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View the documentVitamin A deficiency
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close this folderChapter 6 - Parasitic diseases
View the documentSchistosomiasis
View the documentIntestinal protozoa
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View the documentMeningitis
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close this folderChapter 9 - Other conditions
View the documentCardiac failure
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close this folderChapter 10 - Medical and minor surgical procedures
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close this folderAppendix
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View the documentThe New Emergency Health Kit - (WHO)
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