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||Does ORT reduce diarrhoeal mortality
||Fauveau, Vincent; Yunus, M.; Islam, M. Shafiqul; Briend, Andre; Bennish, Michael
||Does simultaneous vitamin A supplementation with Polio vaccine adversely affect seroconversion [poster presentation]
||Rahman, Mohammad M.
||Does the family planning programme influence desired fertility in Bangladesh?
||Do female education and mobility lead to less intra-family abouse
||Amin, Mohammad Ahsanul; Barkat-e-Khuda; Islam, Ariful; Levin, Ann
||Domestic violence against women in Bangladesh
||Domestic water and health inside a flood control, drainage and irrigation project in Bangladesh
||Hoque, Bilqis Amin; Ahmed, Shafiqul A.; Chowdhury, J.T.A.; Chowdhury, U.K.; Chakrabarty, J.; Sack, R.B.
||Domestic water use in a village in Bangladesh : I. A methodology and a preliminary analysis of use patterns during the cholera season
||Briscoe, J.; Ahmed, S.; Chakraborty, M.
||Do repeated attacks of acute diarrhoea cause chronic diarrhoea
||Rahaman, M. Mujibur; Aziz, K.M.S.; Rahman, Mizanur; Alam, Nurul
||Dose a health program reduce excess female child mortality in a son-preferring society [book chapter]
||Alam, Nurul; Bairagi, Radheshyam
||Dose distribution over the radiation fields and organs of the body during raditherapy procedures[abstract]
||Roy, S.; Ambia, A.S.M.; Akter, S.; Banu, H.; Begum, M.
||Dose severe malnutrition impair G. I. function in children with diarrhoea[conference paper]
||Molla, A. Majid; Molla, Ayesha; Khatun, Makhduma
||Dose the family planning programme influence desired fertility in Bangladesh[abstract]
||Do side-effects reduce compliance to ironsupplementation:a study of daily-and weekly-dose regimens in pregnancy
||Hyder, S.M. Ziauddin; Persson, Lars Ake; Chowdhury, A.M.R.; Ekström, Eva-Charlotte
||A doubale blind randomizes study to evaluate intravenous "Dhaka solution" with and without 25 grams/liter of dextrose
||Rahman, Omar; Bennish, M.; Alam, A.N.; Salam, A.
||Double-blind comparison of oral gentamicin and nalidixic acid in the treatment of acute shigellosis in children
||Islam, M.R.; Alam, A.N.; Hossain, M.S.; Mahalanabis, Dilip; Hye, H.K.M.A.
||Double-blind controlled clinical trial with Bioflorin (Streptococcus faecium) in management of acute diarrhoea in Bangladesh
||Mitra, A.K.; Yunus, M.; Zaman, B; Giashuddin, M.; Hossain, B.
||Double-blind controlled clinical trial with bioflorin (Streptococcus faecium) in management of acute in Bangladesh
||Mitra, A.K.; Yunus, M.; Zaman, K.; Greenough, W.B.
||Double blind controlled trial of beraerine sulphate in treating childhood diarrhoea
||Shahrier, Mamun; Rabbani, G.H.; Akbar, M.S.; Amin, Nurul; Khan, Naila
||A double-blind, controlled trial of bioflorin (Streptococcus faecium SF68) in adults with acute diarrhea due to Vibrio cholerae and enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli
||Mitra, Amal K.; Rabbani, Golam H.
||A double blind, randomised, placebo controlled, parallel group study to assess the efficacy, safety and tolerbility of racecadotril in the treatment of acute diarrhoea resulting from vibrio cholera in adults
||Alam, Nur Haque; Fuchs, George
||A double-blind, randomised, plcebo controlled, parallel group study to assess the efficy, safty and trlerability of racecadotrill in the treatment of acute diarrhoea resulting from vibrio cholerae in adults
||Alam, Nur Haque; Fuchs, George; Coulden, Sally; Seljan, Palma