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HERDIN database provides quick and easy access to more than 50,000 citation and bibliographic information from published (Philippine health research journals , conference/convention proceedings, International databases and publications) and unpublished (research institutions research projects and reports, thesis and dissertations) health researches in the country.

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Researches


Philippine health and medical systematic investigation to establish facts.

(eg. scientific journal, book, proceeding, peroidicals, thesis/disertation, feasibility study, research report, research project, healh policy, annual report, poster exhibit) see standards for more details

Experts


Professionals engaged in the conception or creation of new knowledge, products processes, methods, and systems, and in the management of the projects concerned. Included are managers and administrators engaged in planning and management of the scientific and technical aspects of a researcher's work.

Institutions


Institution whose primary function is to engage in the conception, management, creation or synthesis of new knowledge, products, processes, methods and systems research, focusing on specific issues; provide advice and ideas on problems of policy; coordinating health research; distributing grants to support health causes;



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Reference intervals in Thyroid Function Tests in the third trimester in pregnant Filipino women
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The relationship between Hypothyroidism and Color Vision Deficiency among Filipino adults seen at the Makati Medical Center

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Rapid identification of dengue virus serotypes by using polymerase chain reaction
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Viruses associated with epidemic hemorrhagic fevers of the Philippines and Thailand.
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The Sodium and Potassium Content of Philippine Foods: I. Foods of Plant Origin.
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Salmonellosis in suburban Manila.
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Dengue hemorrhagic fever in Zamboanga City: a recent scourge
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