||An economic appraisal of alternative strategies for delivery of MCH-FP services in Urban Dhaka, Bangladesh
||Routh, Subrata; Barkat-e-Khuda
||Economic benefits of diabetes control in Bangladesh
||Khan, M. Mahmud; Sayeed, Abu; Mamun, Abullah A.; Ferdousy, Zohra; Ali, Disha; Islam, Ishrat; Lahiry, Sumon; Samira, Humaira H.
||Economic evaluation of MCH-FP clinic -based syphilis screening in rural Bangladesh[abstract]
||Khan, M. Mahmud; Hawkes, Sarah; Ali, Disha
||Economic evaluation of shigellosis in an urban area of Dhaka, Bangladesh
||Economics status and fertility choices among residents of Dhaka slums
||Simon, Jonathon; Baqui, Abdullah H.
||Ectopic pregnancy and prior induced abortion
||Levin, Ann Aschengrau; Schoenbaum, Stephen C.; Stubblefield, Phillip G.; Zimicki, Susan; Monson, Richard R.; Ryan, Kenneth J.
||An educational intervention for altering water-sanitation behaviors to reduce childhood diarrhea in urban Bangladesh : i. Application of the case-control method for development of an intervention
||Clemens, John D.; Stanton, Bonita F.
||An educational intervention for altering water-sanitation behaviors to reduce childhood diarrhea in urban Bangladesh. II. A randomized trial to assess the impact of the intervention on hygienic behaviors and rates of diarrhea
||Stanton, Bonita F.; Clemens, John D.
||Educational intervention for altering water-sanitation behavior to reduce childhood diarrhea in urban Bangladesh: impact on nutritional status
||Stanton, Bonita F.; Clemens, John D.; Khair, Tajkera
||An educational intervention for altering water-sanitation behaviours to reduce childhood diarrhoea in urban Bangladesh: formulation, preparation and delivery of educational intervention
||Stanton, Bonita F.; Clemens, John D.; Khair, Tajkera; Khatun, Khodeza; Jahan, Dilwara Akhter
||Education and infant survival in rural Bangladesh[manuscript]
||Chowdhury, A.K.M. Alauddin
||Efect of folic acid in acute diarrhea in children
||Ashraf, Hasan; Mahalanabis, Dilip
||Effective means for home management of moderately malnourshed children within Bangladesh Integrated Nutrition Project communities in Bangladesh[abstract]
||Roy, S.K.; Fuchs, G.J; Mahmood, Z.; Akter, S.S.
||Effective means to address moderately malnourished children within Bangladesh Integrated Nutrition Project (BINP) communities[abstract]
||Roy, S.K.; Fuchs, George J.; Sharmeen, T.; Mahmood, Jeba
||Effective means to address moderately malnourshed children within BINP communities
||Roy, S.K.; Fuchs, G.; Chowdhury, Sadia; Mahmood, Jeba
||Effectiveness of a Clinic-Based Responsive Feeding Program
||Effectiveness of a community-based responsive feeding program
||Aboud, Frances E; Ahmed, Tahmeed
||Effectiveness of an iron supplementation programme for pregnant and postpartum women in rural Bangladesh
||Stoltzfus, R.J.; Chakraborty, J.; Rice, A.; de la Biere, B.; de Francisco, A.
||Effectiveness of a nutrition education program in rural Bangladesh[book]
||Choudhury, Abu Yusuf; Banu, Laila Arjumand; Chowdhury, A.M.R.
||Effectiveness of combined strategies to improve low coverage of child immunization in urban slums of Bangladesh
||Uddin, Md. Jasim; Larson, Charles P.; Oliveras, Elizabeth; Khan, A.I.; Quaiyum, M.A.; Saha, Nirod Chandra; Khan, Iqbal Ansary; Shamsuzzaman
||Effectiveness of community-based follow up and food supplementation in the home-management of young severely malnourished Bangladeshi children: a randomized intervention trial
||Hossain, Md Iqbal