IMNCIIntegrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illnesses (India)
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Conclusion: It is concluded from this study that considering/ evaluating x-ray chest findings in children according to IMNCI guidelines was a better approach for diagnosing pneumonia.
Assess knowledge and skills of health and Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) workers/supervisors using IMNCI protocols
AG Biloo said under five years clinic with IMNCI implementation and all deliveries should be conducted by TBAs
of Year days HMIS and data for 136 managers 4 One decision-making Supportive supervision 847 managers 4 Two Healthcare financing and 4,765 managers and 4 Three management health workers Immunization 1,148 health workers 4 One and HEWs Essential Nutrition 1,624 health workers 4 Two Actions and HEWs IMNCI * 618 health workers 6 Three Community health 6,055 health workers 2 One-Three promoters' TOT and HEWs CHP first round 54,582 community 2 One-Three (EBF, EPI, water/ health promoters sanitation) * Revisions in HEW policy and protocols were required before HEWs could be trained in IMNCI; these revisions occurred in 2010 after the ESHE ended Table 2.
IMNCI study had a very small sample size, discussion was brief and inadequate and it also had problems with references.
Haemoglobin estimation: First of all, the child was examined for presence of palmar pallor by placing the child's hand over the hand of the investigator and compared for the presence of palmar pallor as per IMNCI guidelines (6).
The IMCI strategy was adapted to IMNCI in India, based on the recognition that, globally, a limited number of childhood illnesses, such as pneumonia, diarrhoea, measles, malaria, and malnutrition, kill 70% of under-five children.
03, frequency vary from 28 % among different studies)} febrile children under 5 years classified as Suspected Clinical Malaria according to algorithm of IMNCI were included; The operational definition for Suspected Clinical Malaria was; fever for more than
However, for computing appropriate feeding, the IMNCI guidelines were followed (10) (Table 1).
The Minister informed that strengthening outreach care, family and community care, IMNCI & Newborn care and Nutrition interventions are the major gaps that will be filed through NPPI which will ultimately help in improving the health indicators in Pakistan especially that directly related to MNCH.
Hence the Government of India incorporated The Infant and Young Child feeding guidelines in IMNCI.