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Concept Guatemala
Academic Article The Center for Human Development in Guatemala: An Innovative Model for Global Population Health.
Academic Article Telehealth to Expand Community Health Nurse Education in Rural Guatemala: A Pilot Feasibility and Acceptability Evaluation.
Academic Article Risk Factors for Declines in Kidney Function in Sugarcane Workers in Guatemala.
Academic Article Unadjusted point of care creatinine results overestimate acute kidney injury incidence during field testing in Guatemala.
Academic Article The impact of heat and impaired kidney function on productivity of Guatemalan sugarcane workers.
Academic Article Evaluation of heat stress and cumulative incidence of acute kidney injury in sugarcane workers in Guatemala.
Academic Article Noise exposures of sugar cane mill workers in Guatemala.
Academic Article Longitudinal trends in renal function among first time sugarcane harvesters in Guatemala.
Academic Article Association of Copeptin, a Surrogate Marker of Arginine Vasopressin, with Decreased Kidney Function in Sugarcane Workers in Guatemala.
Academic Article A Pilot Study to Assess Inhalation Exposures among Sugarcane Workers in Guatemala: Implications for Chronic Kidney Disease of Unknown Origin.
Academic Article Creatinine Fluctuations Forecast Cross-Harvest Kidney Function Decline Among Sugarcane Workers in Guatemala.
Academic Article Wet Bulb Globe Temperature and Recorded Occupational Injury Rates among Sugarcane Harvesters in Southwest Guatemala.
Academic Article Workplace Screening Identifies Clinically Significant and Potentially Reversible Kidney Injury in Heat-Exposed Sugarcane Workers.
Academic Article Cross-sectional study examining the accuracy of self-reported smoking status as compared to urinary cotinine levels among workers at risk for chronic kidney disease of unknown origin in Guatemala.

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