Malnutrition and poor water and sanitation add to 23% of the hazard factors to the worldwide infections. Malnutrition is an underlying cause of 30% of child death, affects growth in 230 million children. Adequate nutrition cannot be assumed, just because there are no obvious clinical features of deficiency disease. Indeed, some degree of malnutrition has been identified in a significant proportion of the hospital populations of affluent countries.

  • Clinical findings in poor nutrition
  • Geographical factors
  • Ecological factors
  • Dietary protein deficiency
  • Protein-Energy malnutrition
  • Effects of starvation

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