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Small-quantity lipid-based nutrient supplements containing different amounts of zinc along with diarrhea and malaria treatment increase iron and vitamin A status and reduce anemia prevalence, but do not affect zinc status in young Burkinabe children: a cluster-randomized trial

Souheila Abbeddou UGent, Elizabeth Yakes Jimenez, Jérome W. Somé, Jean Bosco Ouédraogo, Kenneth H. Brown. and Sonja Y. Hess (2017) BMC PEDIATRICS. 17(1).
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BMC PEDIATRICS
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17
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Springer Nature
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1471-2431
DOI
10.1186/s12887-016-0765-9
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  author       = {Abbeddou, Souheila and Yakes Jimenez, Elizabeth and Som{\'e}, J{\'e}rome W. and Ou{\'e}draogo, Jean Bosco and Brown., Kenneth H. and Hess, Sonja Y.},
  issn         = {1471-2431},
  journal      = {BMC PEDIATRICS},
  number       = {1},
  publisher    = {Springer Nature},
  title        = {Small-quantity lipid-based nutrient supplements containing different amounts of zinc along with diarrhea and malaria treatment increase iron and vitamin A status and reduce anemia prevalence, but do not affect zinc status in young Burkinabe children: a cluster-randomized trial},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12887-016-0765-9},
  volume       = {17},
  year         = {2017},
}

Chicago
Abbeddou, Souheila, Elizabeth Yakes Jimenez, Jérome W. Somé, Jean Bosco Ouédraogo, Kenneth H. Brown., and Sonja Y. Hess. 2017. “Small-quantity Lipid-based Nutrient Supplements Containing Different Amounts of Zinc Along with Diarrhea and Malaria Treatment Increase Iron and Vitamin A Status and Reduce Anemia Prevalence, but Do Not Affect Zinc Status in Young Burkinabe Children: a Cluster-randomized Trial.” Bmc Pediatrics 17 (1).
APA
Abbeddou, S., Yakes Jimenez, E., Somé, J. W., Ouédraogo, J. B., Brown., K. H., & Hess, S. Y. (2017). Small-quantity lipid-based nutrient supplements containing different amounts of zinc along with diarrhea and malaria treatment increase iron and vitamin A status and reduce anemia prevalence, but do not affect zinc status in young Burkinabe children: a cluster-randomized trial. BMC PEDIATRICS, 17(1).
Vancouver
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Abbeddou S, Yakes Jimenez E, Somé JW, Ouédraogo JB, Brown. KH, Hess SY. Small-quantity lipid-based nutrient supplements containing different amounts of zinc along with diarrhea and malaria treatment increase iron and vitamin A status and reduce anemia prevalence, but do not affect zinc status in young Burkinabe children: a cluster-randomized trial. BMC PEDIATRICS. Springer Nature; 2017;17(1).
MLA
Abbeddou, Souheila, Elizabeth Yakes Jimenez, Jérome W. Somé, et al. “Small-quantity Lipid-based Nutrient Supplements Containing Different Amounts of Zinc Along with Diarrhea and Malaria Treatment Increase Iron and Vitamin A Status and Reduce Anemia Prevalence, but Do Not Affect Zinc Status in Young Burkinabe Children: a Cluster-randomized Trial.” BMC PEDIATRICS 17.1 (2017): n. pag. Print.