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WHO Iodine deficiency list of publications

Iodine deficiency list of publications. The documents and articles listed below can be accessed, downloaded, or ordered from the WHO bookshop. Assessment of iodine deficiency disorders and monitoring their elimination A guide for programme managers, Third edition (updated 1st September 2008) Iodine deficiency in Europe A continuing public health problem

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Iodine deficiency - PubMed

Iodine deficiency has multiple adverse effects in humans, termed iodine deficiency disorders, due to inadequate thyroid hormone production. Globally, it is estimated that 2 billion individuals have an insufficient iodine intake, and South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa are particularly affected. However, about 50% of Europe remains mildly iodine ...

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Iodine deficiency: Clinical implications - PubMed

Iodine is crucial for thyroid hormone synthesis and fetal neurodevelopment. Major dietary sources of iodine in the United States are dairy products and iodized salt. Potential consequences of iodine deficiency are goiter, hypothyroidism, cretinism, and impaired cognitive development. Although iodine status in the United States is considered ...

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WHO Assessment of iodine deficiency disorders and ...

Overview. This document is intended primarily for managers of national programmes for the prevention and control of micronutrient malnutrition. It sets out principles governing the use of surveillance indicators in implementing interventions to prevent, control, and monitor iodine deficiency disorders (IDD).

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WHO Global Database on Iodine Defi ciency

iodine deficiency, UI and TGP, for each country for which data are available. The objective of this report is to provide an updated analysis of the iodine deficiency situation in the world at the beginning of the 21st century. It forms part of WHO’s work to track the progress made by each country to meet the goal of IDD

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WHO Iodine status worldwide

Publication details . Editors: Bruno de Benoist, Maria Andersson, Ines Igli, Bahi Takkouche, Henrietta Allen Number of pages: 48 Publication date: 2004 Languages: English ISBN: 92 4 159200 1. Downloads. Full report pdf, ‎1.238Mb

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Iodine-deficiency disorders — [email protected]

T1 - Iodine-deficiency disorders. AU - Zimmermann, M.B. AU - Jooste, P.L. AU - Pandav, C.S. PY - 2008. Y1 - 2008. N2 - billion individuals worldwide have insufficient iodine intake, with those in south Asia and sub-Saharan Africa particularly affected. Iodine deficiency has

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Iodine deficiency and functional performance of ...

Children who have been exposed to iodine deficiency in the pre- and early post-natal phases of life show varying degrees of mental and psychomotor retardation, depending on the duration and degree of the deficiency. Adequate maternal iodine intake before and during pregnancy prevents such disorders.

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Iodine deficiency status in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean ...

Iodine deficiency is a global public health issue because iodine plays a major role in the thyroid hormone synthesis and is essential for normal neurological development. This review summarizes the publications on iodine status in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR) countries. All

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Iodine deficiency - PubMed

Iodine deficiency has multiple adverse effects in humans, termed iodine deficiency disorders, due to inadequate thyroid hormone production. Globally, it is estimated that 2 billion individuals have an insufficient iodine intake, and South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa are particularly affected. Howeve

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Iodine deficiency publications – CSIROpedia

09-11-2015  The following publications detail the work involved in the development of CSIRO’s Iodine deficiency.. Books and book chapters. Delange F, Hetzel BS, 2004, ‘The Scientific Basis for the Elimination of Brain Damage due to Iodine Deficiency’, In: Towards the Global Elimination of Brain Damage Due to Iodine Deficiency, Hetzel BS, Delange F, Dunn J, Ling J, Mannar V, Pandav C

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Iodine-deficiency disorders — [email protected]

Iodine deficiency has many adverse effects on growth and development. These effects are due to inadequate production of thyroid hormone and are termed iodine-deficiency disorders. Iodine deficiency is the most common cause of preventable mental impairment worldwide.

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Iodine deficiency disorders in Europe - PubMed

Iodine deficiency disorders (IDD) are related to the degree of iodine deficiency. In European countries, characterized by mild to moderate iodine deficiency, neurological deficits or minor neuropsychological impairments have been described. Urinary iodine excretion (UIE) ranged from 30 to 170 mcg/L,

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Iodine deficiency status in the WHO Eastern

Iodine deficiency is a global public health issue because iodine plays a major role in the thyroid hormone synthesis and is essential for normal neurological development. This review summarizes the publications on iodine status in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR) countries. All

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Iodine deficiency in children - PubMed

Iodine is an essential trace mineral, required for the production of thyroid hormone. Iodine deficiency may result in goiter, hypothyroidism, miscarriage, stillbirth, congenital anomalies, infant and neonatal mortality, and impaired growth. Adequate thyroid hormone is critically important for normal

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Iodine Global Network (IGN) - Academic publications

Iodine Global Network is a non-profit, non-government organization for the sustainable elimination of iodine deficiency worldwide.

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Iodine deficiency: Clinical implications Cleveland ...

01-03-2017  Iodine is crucial for thyroid hormone synthesis and fetal neurodevelopment. Major dietary sources of iodine in the United States are dairy products and iodized salt. Potential consequences of iodine deficiency are goiter, hypo thyroidism, cretinism, and impaired cognitive development. Although iodine status in the United States is considered sufficient at the population level, intake varies ...

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Nutritional deficiency and cognitive development; iodine ...

Publication. Nutritional deficiency and cognitive development; iodine and iron deficiency disorders (1996) Pagina-navigatie: Main; Save publication. Save as MODS; Export to Mendeley; Save as EndNote; Export to RefWorks; Title:

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Estimating the Health and Economic Benefits of Universal ...

07-12-2020  Introduction. In 1990, the World Summit for Children called for the elimination of iodine deficiency disorders (IDDs) by the year 2000. Four years later, the Joint UNICEF/WHO Committee on Health Policy urged all countries to adopt and implement universal salt iodization (USI) ().Over the past 25 years, there has been major global progress toward USI and the elimination of IDDs.

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Iodine deficiency status in the WHO Eastern

Iodine deficiency is a global public health issue because iodine plays a major role in the thyroid hormone synthesis and is essential for normal neurological development. This review summarizes the publications on iodine status in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR) countries. All

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Iodine deficiency disorders in Europe - PubMed

Iodine deficiency disorders (IDD) are related to the degree of iodine deficiency. In European countries, characterized by mild to moderate iodine deficiency, neurological deficits or minor neuropsychological impairments have been described. Urinary iodine excretion (UIE) ranged from 30 to 170 mcg/L,

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Iodine deficiency in children - PubMed

Iodine is an essential trace mineral, required for the production of thyroid hormone. Iodine deficiency may result in goiter, hypothyroidism, miscarriage, stillbirth, congenital anomalies, infant and neonatal mortality, and impaired growth. Adequate thyroid hormone is critically important for normal

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Iodine Global Network (IGN) - Academic publications

Iodine Global Network is a non-profit, non-government organization for the sustainable elimination of iodine deficiency worldwide.

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WHO Iodine deficiency in Europe

Overview. Every European nation endorsed the goal of eliminating iodine deficiency at the World Health Assembly in 1992. Globally, great progress has been made since that time. However, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) European Region has been identified as having the lowest coverage of salt iodization of all the regions.

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Prevalence of iodine deficiency worldwide - The Lancet

29-11-2003  Iodine deficiency is the main preventable cause of brain damage in children and therefore constitutes a public-health concern worldwide. Assessment of the magnitude of iodine deficiency disorders (IDD) and monitoring of the progress made towards its elimination represent the cornerstone of the strategy for IDD control.

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Iodine: Deficiency and Therapeutic Considerations

iodine sources.1 Iodine: Deficiency and Therapeutic Considerations Lyn Patrick, ND Deficiency Worldwide Iodine deficiency is considered to be the most common endocrinopathy and most preventable cause of mental retardation globally. In 1998, one-third of the world’s population lived in iodine-deficient areas.2

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Elimination of iodine deficiency disorders. A manual for ...

Iodine deficiency in affected populations will continue unless continuous supplementation is provided, the most cost-effective way being salt iodization. The term iodine deficiency disorders (IDD) refers to all the ill-effects of iodine deficiency in a population that can be prevented by ensuring that the

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Iodine Deficiency, Pollutant Chemicals, and the Thyroid ...

01-06-2014  Adequacy of Iodine Intake in the United States. Adequate iodine intake, usually as iodide, is necessary to produce thyroid hormone. Adequate thyroid hormone production is critical in pregnant women and neonates because thyroid hormone is required for brain development in children. 1 Severe, untreated hypothyroidism in infancy results in irreversible cretinism, but milder iodine deficiency can ...

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Nutritional deficiency and cognitive development; iodine ...

Publication. Nutritional deficiency and cognitive development; iodine and iron deficiency disorders (1996) Pagina-navigatie: Main; Save publication. Save as MODS; Export to Mendeley; Save as EndNote; Export to RefWorks; Title:

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Iodine deficiency disorders in Europe - PubMed

Iodine deficiency disorders (IDD) are related to the degree of iodine deficiency. In European countries, characterized by mild to moderate iodine deficiency, neurological deficits or minor neuropsychological impairments have been described. Urinary iodine excretion (UIE) ranged from 30 to 170 mcg/L,

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Iodine Global Network (IGN) - Academic publications

Iodine Global Network is a non-profit, non-government organization for the sustainable elimination of iodine deficiency worldwide.

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Prevalence of iodine deficiency worldwide - The Lancet

29-11-2003  Iodine deficiency is the main preventable cause of brain damage in children and therefore constitutes a public-health concern worldwide. Assessment of the magnitude of iodine deficiency disorders (IDD) and monitoring of the progress made towards its elimination represent the cornerstone of the strategy for IDD control.

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Barriers Against Prevention Programs for Iodine Deficiency ...

21-10-2020  Iodine deficiency is one of the most prevalent causes of mental development disorders in children causing poor school performance and reduced work capacity. In addition, it can lead to impaired thyroid function, goiter, and other iodine deficiency disorders (IDDs) . In Europe, mild-to-moderate iodine deficiency is very common.

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Iodine Deficiency Endocrine Reviews Oxford Academic

Iodine deficiency has multiple adverse effects in humans, termed iodine deficiency disorders, due to inadequate thyroid hormone production. Globally, it is estimated that 2 billion individuals have an insufficient iodine intake, and South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa are particularly affected.

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Iodine: Publications Dating Back 10 Years or More

Iodine deficiency in Azerbaijan after the discontinuation of an iodine prophylaxis program: reassessment of iodine intake and goiter prevalence in school children. Thyroid. 2001 Dec;11(12):1141-6. Squatrito S, Vigneri R, Runello F, Ermans AM, Polley RD, Ingbar SH.

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Iodine deficiency status in the WHO Eastern

21-02-2017  Iodine deficiency is a global public health issue because iodine plays a major role in the thyroid hormone synthesis and is essential for normal neurological development. This review summarizes the publications on iodine status in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR) countries. All related studies available in main national and international databases were systematically searched

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Is iodine deficiency still a problem in sub-Saharan Africa ...

11-02-2019  Iodine is an essential trace mineral, vital for its functions in many physiological processes in the human body. Both iodine deficiency (ID) and excess are associated with adverse health effects; ID and excess iodine intake have both been identified in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).

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Iodine - UNICEF Data

Iodine deficiency can lead to a variety of health and developmental consequences known as iodine deficiency disorders (IDDs). Iodine deficiency is a major cause of preventable mental retardation. It is especially damaging during pregnancy and in early childhood. In their most severe forms, IDDs can lead to cretinism, stillbirth and miscarriage; even mild deficiency can cause a significant loss ...

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Iodine deficiency - Wikipedia

Iodine deficiency is a lack of the trace element iodine, an essential nutrient in the diet.It may result in metabolic problems such as goiter, sometimes as an endemic goiter as well as congenital iodine deficiency syndrome due to untreated congenital hypothyroidism, which results in developmental delays and other health problems.Iodine deficiency is an important global health issue, especially ...

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