Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy

Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy
Open Access

ISSN: 2161-0509

+32-10-28-02-25

Citations Report

Citations Report - Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy [946 Articles]

The articles published in Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy have been cited 946 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy.

Beletew B, Deresse B, Mengesha A, Wudu M. Biruk Beletew (MSc in pediatrics & child health nursing).

Guesh G, Degu G, Abay M, Beyene B, Brhane E, Brhane K. Survival status and predictors of mortality among children with severe acute malnutrition admitted to general hospitals of Tigray, North Ethiopia: a retrospective cohort study. BMC research notes. 2018;11(1):832.

Liben ML, Wuneh AG, Shamie R. Factors associated with child survival in children admitted to outpatient therapeutic program at public health institutions in Afar Regional State, Ethiopia: a prospective cohort study. Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition. 2019;38(1):35.

Fikrie A, Alemayehu A, Gebremedhin S. Treatment outcomes and factors affecting time-to-recovery from severe acute malnutrition in 6–59 months old children admitted to a stabilization center in Southern Ethiopia: A retrospective cohort study. Italian journal of pediatrics. 2019;45(1):46.

Wagnew F, Dessie G, Takele WW, Tadesse A, Islam SM, Mulugeta H, Haile D, Negesse A, Abajobir AA. A meta-analysis of inpatient treatment outcomes of severe acute malnutrition and predictors of mortality among under-five children in Ethiopia. BMC public health. 2019;19(1):1175.

Wagnew F, Worku W, Dejenu G, Alebel A, Eshetie S. An overview of the case fatality of inpatient severe acute malnutrition in Ethiopia and its association with human immunodeficiency virus/tuberculosis comorbidity—a systematic review and meta-analysis. International health. 2018;10(6):405-11.

Hassen SL, Astatkie A, Mekonnen TC, Bogale GG. Survival Status and Its Determinants among Under-Five Children with Severe Acute Malnutrition Admitted to Inpatient Therapeutic Feeding Centers in South Wollo Zone, Amhara Region, Ethiopia. Journal of nutrition and metabolism. 2019;2019.

Girum T, Muktar E, Worku A. Comparative Analysis of the Survival Status and Treatment Outcome of Under-five Children Admitted with Severe Acute Malnutrition Among Hospital-based and Health Center Based Stabilization Centers, South Ethiopia. The Open Public Health Journal. 2018;11(1).

Wagnew F, Tesgera D, Mekonnen M, Abajobir AA. Predictors of mortality among under-five children with severe acute malnutrition, Northwest Ethiopia: an institution based retrospective cohort study. Archives of Public Health. 2018;76(1):64.

Derseh B, Mruts K, Demie T, Gebremariam T. Co-morbidity, treatment outcomes and factors affecting the recovery rate of under-five children with severe acute malnutrition admitted in selected hospitals from Ethiopia: retrospective follow up study. Nutrition journal. 2018;17(1):116.

Oumer A, Mesfin F, Demena M. Survival Status and Predictors of Mortality among Children Aged 0-59 Months Admitted with Severe Acute Malnutrition in Dilchora Referral Hospital, Eastern Ethiopia. East African Journal of Health and Biomedical Sciences. 2016;1(1):13-22.

Yorra DT, Sagar GY. Survival Rate and Determinants in Treatment of Children with Severe Acute Malnutrition using Outpatient Therapeutic Feeding Program in Sidama Zone. South Ethiopia IOSR Journal of Mathematics. 2016;12:86-100.

Pilipavičienė L, Vainauskas S. SVEIKATĄ STIPRINTI DARBE PADEDANČIO FIZINIO AKTYVUMO ŽINIŲ KLAUSIMYNO PARENGIMAS.

Pilipavičienė L, Vainauskas S. DARBUOTOJŲ MITYBOS ŽINIOS IR JŲ RYŠYS SU SOCIALINIAIS BEI DEMOGRAFINIAIS VEIKSNIAIS.

Tamašauskaitė J, Vainauskas S. The reliability of the repetitive task of the upper limbs (the ART) tool for assessing of an ergonomic risk. REDAKCIJOS SKILTIS.:48.

Tebbutt B. Mobile Health Application for Promoting Health Behaviours and Health-Specific Self-Efficacy in Young People.

Chae SM, Kim MJ, Park CG, Yeo JY, Hwang JH, Kwon I, Han SY. Association of Weight Control Behaviors with Body Mass Index in Korean Adolescents: A Quantile Regression Approach. Journal of pediatric nursing. 2018;40:e18-25.

Wilson JL, Wolf DM, Olszewski KA. Reducing Commercial Truck Driver BMI Through Motivational Interviewing and Self-Efficacy. Workplace health & safety. 2018;66(6):270-5.

Ledford VA. Examining Risk Perceptions and Efficacy for Healthy Weight Management among Appalachian College-Aged Students: A Test and Extension of the Risk-Perception-Attitude Framework.

Wenstrom AP. Implementation of a Wellness Program, and the Initiatives and Strategies Needed for Employee Engagement at a Private International School (Doctoral dissertation, University of Southern California).

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