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||Absorption of macronutrients in children during acute diarrhoea and after recovery
||Molla, A.M.; Molla, Ayesha; Khatun, Nascha
||Absorption of nutrients from an energy-dense diet liquefied with amylase from germinated wheat in infants with acute diarrhea
||Rahman, M. Mujibur; Mitra, A.K.; Mahalanabis, Dilip; Wahed, M.A.; Khatun, M.; Majid, N.
||Absorption of vitamin A and zinc status in diarrhoea of different etiology
||Molla, Ayesha; Molla, Abdul Majid
||Abstracts book [of the] 8th Commonwealth Congress on Diarrhoea and Malnutrition : Combating malnutrition and intestinal diseases in children : are we doing enough? 6-8 February 2006, ICDDR,B, Dhaka, Bangladesh / editors, M. Shamsul Islam Khan, M.A. Rahim, Tahmeed Ahmed
||International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh
||Abundance and biomass of freshwater snails in the three ponds of dacca [abstract]
||Ali, Shahadat; Hoque, A.S.M. Motaharul; Aziz, K.M.S.
||Abundance of aeromonas spp. in river and lake waters in and around Dhaka, Bangladesh
||Parveen, Salina; Islam, M. Sirajul; Huq, Anwarul
||Abundance of coliform bacteria in the river sediment at three sampling stations on the Buriganga river
||Morshed, M.G.; Aziz, K.M.S.; Islam, M.S.; Khan, M.R.
||Abundance of members of vibrionaceae in various components of ponds in Dhaka City, Bangladesh[abstract]
||Alam, M.J.; Siddique, A.B.; Khan, S.I.
||Abundance of various pathogenic micro-organisms in a highly polluted pond in the vicnity of a national child hospital at Dhaka, Bangladesh[abstract]
||Chowdhury, M.A.R.; Aziz, K.M.S.; Akbar, M.S.; Khan, W.A.; Morshed, M.G.
||Acceptability and digestiaility of a wheat syrup
||Alam, Ahmed Nurul; Khanam, Sultana; Molla, Ayesha; Rahaman, M. Mujibur
||Acceptability and digestibility of a wheat syrum
||Alam, A.N.; Khanam, S.; Khatun, A.; Molla, A.; Rahman, M. Mujibur
||Acceptability and digestibility of wheat syrup
||Alam, Ahmed Nurul; Khanam, Sultana; Molla, Ayesha; Rahman, M. Mujibur
||Acceptability of and adherence to dispersible zinc tablet in the treatment of acute childhood diarrhoea
||Dilruba Nasrin, Khan; Larson, Charles P.; Sultana, Samina; Khan, Toslim U.
||Acceptability of water-sealed latrines in Mirzapur: a rural area of Bangladesh [conference paper]
||Aziz, K.M.A.; Hasan, K.Z.; Patwary, M. Yakub; Aziz, K.M.S.; Rahman, M. Mujibur
||Acceptance of contraceptive by the poorest of the poor: the effect of an intensive Family Planning Programme
||Bhuiya, Abbas; Chowdhury, A.M.R.; Hossain, Monir
||Accidental ingestion of vitamin A [letter]
||de Francisco, A.; Zaman, K.; Chowdhury, H.R.; Wahed, M.A.; Chakraborty, J.; Yunus, Mohamed
||Acetate as a base precursor in thr correction of acidosis secondary to diarrhea and its use in intravenous fluids[abstract]
||Cash, R.A.; Mollah, M.; Haque, Z.; Toha, M.M.; Nalin, D.; Rahman, G.
||Acetate in the correction of acidosis secondary to diarrhoea
||Cash, Richard A.; Toha, Khondakar M. M.; Nalin, David R.; Huq, Zahidul; Phillips, Robert A.
||Achieving the millennium development goals for health and nutrition in Bangladesh: key issues and interventions--an introduction
||Sack, David A.
||Achieving the millennium development goals in Bangladesh[editorial]
||Sack, David A.
||The acidosis of cholera. Contributions of hyperproteinemia, lactic acidemia, and hyperphosphatemia to an increased serum anion gap
||Wang, Fong; Butler, Thomas; Rabbani, G.H.; Jones, Paul K.