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Blackfoot disease control and prevention in Taiwan, Republic of China

Blackfoot disease control and prevention in Taiwan, Republic of China

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Published by Taiwan Provincial Health Dept. in [Taipei?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Taiwan.
    • Subjects:
    • Blackfoot.,
    • Foot -- Blood-vessels -- Diseases.,
    • Public health -- Taiwan.,
    • Foot Diseases -- prevention & control -- Taiwan.,
    • Gangrene -- prevention & control -- Taiwan.,
    • Peripheral Vascular Diseases -- prevention & control -- Taiwan.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementTaiwan Provincial Health Dept.
      ContributionsTaiwan. Wei sheng chʻu.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRC692 .B533 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 105 p. :
      Number of Pages105
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL564031M
      LC Control Number96148570
      OCLC/WorldCa30311480

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BLACKFOOT DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION IN TAIWAN REPUBLIC OF CHINA. by Taiwan. Wei Sheng Ch'u and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Get this from a library. Blackfoot disease control and prevention in Taiwan, Republic of China.

[Taiwan. Wei sheng chu.;]. Author(s): Taiwan. Wei sheng ch'u. Title(s): Blackfoot disease control and prevention in Taiwan Republic of China. Country of Publication: China (Republic: ) Publisher: [Teipei]: Taiwan Provincial Health Dept., [] Description: iii, p.: ill. Language: English MeSH: Foot Diseases/prevention & control*; Gangrene/prevention.

BLACKFOOT DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION IN TAIWAN REPUBLIC OF CHINA, Taiwan Provincial Health Dep, n.p.,B&W and color ill., tables, pp, good+, blue cloth (hardcover), The first chapter is a basic introduction to the history and causes of blackfoot disease.

It describes the collective preventive efforts in the past forty years. Despite being one of Asia’s major economies with a population of over 23 million, Taiwan has been mostly excluded from the World Health Assembly/World Health Organization (wha / who) sincedue to China’s this has not stopped Taiwan from developing a comprehensive healthcare system and being an active member of international health community, the lack of Author: Yen-Fu Chen.

Foot disease (Blackfoot Disease) is a popular peripheral vascular disease prevalent in the southwest coast of Taiwan, especially in the township areas such as North Gate, Xuejia, cloth bag and bamboo, which was officially Republic of China book by the Taiwan Medical Association in and occurred in large numbers years later, with serious seriousness attracting the attention of the health authorities.

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A retrospective cohort study of ( men, women) of Blackfoot disease patients in Taiwan (China) reported an SMR of 28 (95%CI: 11–59) for skin cancer deaths (based on seven observed deaths), using Taiwan (China) regional rates as reference (Chen et al., b).

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