Electrolyte and mineral water quality in intensive therapeutic feeding centres: informing standards development
Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Scientific Days is a conference which features innovation and research from field programmes around the world. In 2019, Matthew Arnold of the Dahdaleh Institute gave a Poster Presentation on electrolyte and mineral water quality in intensive therapeutic feeding centres on behalf of the Chemical Water Quality & Malnourished Child Health team.
|Global Health & Humanitarianism|
|Infectious Disease, Water|
Matthew Arnold, MSc, Co-author
Chemical Water Quality & Malnourished Child Health | Project, Research
Presentation at Health Congress is Latest Dissemination Initiative from CWQ+SAM | 16 September 2019
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