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A review of methods to detect cases of severely malnourished infants less than 6 months for their admission into therapeutic care

Author: Natasha Lelijveld, Marko Kerac, Marie McGrath, Martha Mwangome and James A Berkley
Year: 2017
Resource type: Report

The aim of this review is to review methods to detect cases of SAM in infants < 6 months in either community or healthcare settings. 
 

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Natasha Lelijveld, Marko Kerac, Marie McGrath, Martha Mwangome and James A Berkley (2017). A review of methods to detect cases of severely malnourished infants less than 6 months for their admission into therapeutic care. www.ennonline.net/mamicasedetectionreview