helminth parasites of fisher martes pennanti (erxleben) from manitoba, species of helminths were recovered during a survey of 162 fisher (martes pennanti) from four areas of manitoba: baylisascaris devosi in 52 fisher; taenia sibirica in 25; physaloptera sp. in nine; alaria mustelae in two; metorchis conjunctus in one; trichinella spiralis in one of 81; molineus sp. in one. b. devosi was the most prevalent parasite and differences in its geographical distribution were possibly related to population density of fisher. the prevalence of other parasites did not ...1979574167
the historical roots of high rates of infant death in aboriginal communities in canada in the early twentieth century: the case of fisher river, manitoba.infant mortality is investigated for a period of thirty years at the beginning of the 20th century in the aboriginal nations community of fisher river, manitoba. infant mortality rates were generated from parish records of infant burials from the methodist mission at fisher river and later archived at the united church archives in winnipeg, man. the average infant mortality rate (imr) for the total period (1910-1939) was 249 per 1000 live births, an exceedingly high rate compared to modern imrs ...199910405019
diphyllobothriasis: update on human cases, foci, patterns and sources of human infections and future considerations.diphylobothriasis is a well documented disease of humans. on a world scale new infections are reported regularly, especially from russia and parts of japan. globally, new species have been discovered and the etiology of the disease may be changing. human infections appear to be in decline but it is not clear if the sources of infection are also in decline or if public health awareness has improved. in north america there has been a decline in human cases while in south america an increase in rep ...200112041607
central intake to improve access to physiotherapy for children with complex needs: a mixed methods case report.children with complex needs can face barriers to system access and navigation related to their need for multiple services and healthcare providers. central intake for pediatric rehabilitation was developed and implemented in 2008 in winnipeg manitoba canada as a means to enhance service coordination and access for children and their families. this study evaluates the process and impact of implementing a central intake system, using pediatric physiotherapy as a case example.201627578196
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