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From: Anemia, malnutrition and their correlations with socio-demographic characteristics and feeding practices among infants aged 0–18 months in rural areas of Shaanxi province in northwestern China: a cross-sectional study

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Percentage of anemia * in 0–18 month-old infants by age group in rural Shaanxi province, China, 2010. *Anemia: Hb level is below 145 g/L for infants aged 0–29 days, below 90 g/L for infants aged 30–119 days, below 100 g/L for infants aged 120–179 days, and below 110 g/L for infants aged 180 days to 18 months. Mild anemia: Hb level is between 90–144 g/L for infants aged 0–29 days, between 90–99 g/L for infants aged 120–179 days, between 90–109 g/L for infants aged 180 days to 18 months; Moderate anemia: Hb level is between 60–89 g/L for all age group infants; Severe anemia: Hb level is between 30–59 g/L for all age group infants.

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