The MPBP was the milestone, implanted in the region in October 2013 with the arrival of physicians in the municipalities, with complete OPAS/OMS-Brazil-Cuba cooperation.
From 10/2013, with the arrival of the first MPBP physicians, the number of teams increased to 38 teams and 22.9% coverage in 12/2013, to 74 teams and 42.4% coverage in 12/2014 and to 76 teams and 42.8% coverage in 12/2015, thus presenting a growing trend (Graphic 1A and Table 1).
The MPBP has widened the coverage of primary care assistance, placing physicians in isolated regions with shortages of professionals through its emergency provisional component.
Thus, it is believed that the MPBP fulfills its role in providing healthcare, as it has historically been difficult to provide proper medical care to locations distant from large urban centers.
This fact was observed in the present study; the evaluation of the historic series of selected indicators revealed that most municipalities presented increases in population coverage and in the number of prenatal consultations between the years 2013 and 2014, the launch and deployment periods of MPBP in the region, with relatively constant declines in hospitalization rates due to primary care sensitive conditions and infant mortality rates in the same period.
In addition, Lee et al  reported that the average DM degradation of MPBP (Panax ginseng, Poria cocos, Glycyrrhiza uralensis, Angrlica gigas, Cnidium officinale, Paeonia lactiflora, Astragalus membranaceus, Zingiberis officinale, Ziziphus jujube var.
The present results suggest that substituting TMR with 30 g/kg MPBP may be the appropriate quantity to use for an alternative to antibiotics in the late fattening period of Hanwoo steers to improve feed efficiency.
Both yield and quality grades were improved (p<0.05) by the supplementation of MPBPs in the present study whereas chemical and physical characteristics were not affected by the supplementation of MPBP except for cooking loss which was decreased (p<0.05) by MPBP50.
The MPBP, rehmanniae radix preparata, angelica gigas nakai, zingiber officinale roscoe, paeoniae radix etc., supplied to steers fed a TMR are speculated that have a high antioxidant sources.
MPBP is an approximate inference algorithm that is simple to code and scales very well with problem size.
The update equations for MPBP algorithm can be derived from the probability distribution.
Instead of seeking the best hypothesis by enumeration, we cast the hypothesis generation problem into the graphical model formalism using MWISP structure and the efficient MPBP algorithm is developed to find the MAP assignment.