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Table 5 Anthropometry assessment method

From: A review of the prevalence, trends, and determinants of coexisting forms of malnutrition in neonates, infants, and children

  National centre for health statistics (n = 3) WHO Child growth standard, 2006
(n = 17)
Chinese growth reference (n = 1) Others (n = 3)
Florencio, et al., (2001)    
Fernald & Neufeld (2007)    α
Severi & Moratorio, (2014)     
Kinyoki, et al., (2016)     
Rachmi, et al., (2016)    
Saaka & Galaa, (2016)     
Zhang, et al., (2016)     
Mgongo, et al., (2017)     
Minh Do, et al., (2018)     
Zhang, et al., (2018)     
Fongar et al., (2019)     
Garanne, et al., (2019)    
Islam & Biswas, (2019)     
Varghese & Stein (2019)     
Yasmin, et al., (2019)     
Ferreira, (2020)     
Benedict, et al., (2020)     
Farah, et al. (2021)     
Zhang, et al., (2021)    
Roba, et al., (2021)     
Khaliq, et al., (2021)     
  1. ∞ = Pan and LMS growth program, α = Anthropometric standardization reference manual and Standardization of quantitative epidemiological methods in the field, * = WHO child growth reference-2007