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A child with any general danger sign should be referred urgently after receiving urgent pre-referral treatment.
You should complete the rest of the assessment immediately and give urgent pre-referral treatments before sending the patient to the next facility. OU logos, trading names and may extend to certain photographic and video images and sound imnck and any modulle material as may be brought to your attention.
The remaining study sessions in this module will explain to you how to imnc and treat children and young infants with a range of conditions, including:. The case management process for sick children aged two months up to five years is presented on three charts:.
An Introduction to the Integrated Management of Newborn and Childhood Illness IMNCI Introduction Every year about 9 million children in developing countries die before they reach their fifth birthday, many of them during the first year of life. There are five general danger signs and these are set out in Box 1. She had not had convulsions during this illness. Ethiopia has one of the highest under-five mortality rates with more thanchildren under the age modulf five dying every year.
The case management process for sick children aged two months up to five years is presented on three charts: IMNCI will enable you to help reduce the number of babies and children in your community who become ill or die.
The health worker looked to see if Salem was convulsing or lethargic or unconscious. Fatuma stared blankly and appeared not to notice what was going on around her.
Ask the caregiver to return for follow-up on a specific modulw, and teach her how to recognise signs that indicate the child should return immediately to the health post. If a family waits imnc bring a child to a health facility until the child is extremely sick, or takes the child to an untrained provider, the child is more likely to die from the illness. You would complete the rest of the IMNCI assessment and refer her urgently after giving the necessary pre-referral treatments for her classifications, including treatment to prevent low blood sugar.
These diseases are also the reasons for seeking care for at least three out of four children who come to health facilities. Try to explain why each of these steps is essential and must not be missed out, using your own words. The presence of a general danger sign indicates a severe classification and the need for urgent referral.
As you can see in Box 1. Look to see if the child wakens when the mother talks or shakes the child or when you clap your hands. The child is drowsy and does not show interest in what is happening around him. If a child requires urgent referral, give essential treatment before the patient is transferred.
Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illness (IMNCI)
Fatuma opened her modkle, but did not look around. You need to know the age of the child in order to select the appropriate chart and begin the assessment process. As you can also see in Figure 1. For any child who has a general danger sign you must complete the rest of the assessment process immediately.
Assessment includes checking the child for other health problems. This will tell you which chart you should use to assess, classify and determine the correct treatment and follow-up care. Proprietary content mdoule be used retained intact and in context to the content at all times. First decide which chart to use depending on the age of the child. See also if the child is convulsing now. If the child has a general danger inci you should complete the rest of the assessment process immediately.
Self-Assessment Questions SAQs for Study Session 1 Now that you have completed this study session, you can assess how well you have achieved its Learning Outcomes by answering these questions. Follow-up care When a child is brought back to the health post as requested, give follow-up care and, if i,nci, reassess the child for new problems.
And why is it necessary for you, as a Health Extension Practitioner, to understand how it works? Give her time to answer. You can check your modulf with the Notes on the Self-Assessment Questions at the end of this Module. This study session outlines the guidelines for counselling mothers and other caregivers, something which you will also look at in more detail in Study Session 14 of this Module.
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This is the initial visit for this illness. When you ask the question, use moduld the mother understands. See if the child vomits. Learning Outcomes for Study Session 1 When you have studied this session, you should be able to: Integrated Management of newborn and Childhood Illness Module: Most children with a general danger sign need urgent referral to hospital.