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Zolokus Poole S, Gephart S. Accessed 25 April Is oral Albuterol effective for acute cough in non-asthmatic children? Neonatal and child health profile: Ongoing education of primary health care workers and parents regarding management imunnisasi common illness is needed in Indonesia. Hanson LA, Korotkova M.

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Yogul Abstract Idal is a government effort to prevent preventable diseases and the achievement of immunization has not been on target still found infants who are not complete immunization. Diarrhea severity would also have impacted on the use of ORS and zinc, but regardless use was reported to be very low with poor adherence to guidelines for diarrhea case management. Progress reported through in-country self-assessment exercise.

Separate study specific CRFs were designed to capture the required data at each of the three follow-up assessment time-points in this study through face-to-face interview with the jadwla. In total out of mothers in the immunogenicity study of the trial were enrolled in this study.

There is little evidence of a beneficial effect from giving oral bronchodilators for the treatment of cough alone [ 21 ]. Other recommendations include the introduction of a wide variety of foods, avoidance of sweetened beverages and snacks and no televisions in bedrooms [ 32 ].

Results are number percentage. Mothers were interviewed at 3 time points: Adherence to WHO guidelines for management of ARI and diarrhea was poor, with high use of non-recommended cough medications and oral bronchodilators in imuniszsi first 6 months of life and low use of ORS and zinc therapy.

Diarrhoea case management in low- and middle-income countries—an unfinished agenda. Abstract Background Infant morbidity and mortality rates remain high in Indonesia, with acute respiratory illnesses ARI and diarrhea the leading two health problems in children under 5 years. Table 1 Demographic Characteristics of parents at the time of delivery.

Impact of micronutrients on respiratory infections. University of Indonesia; Posyandu dan Desa Siaga. Imunlsasi on situational analysis of acute respiratory infections in children in Indonesia. Neonatal and child health profile: The study was conducted alongside a rotavirus vaccine clinical trial at three separate time points after birth and has provided valuable insights into breastfeeding practices and the management of both ARI and diarrhea in two regions of Indonesia.

No hospitalization was reported for any episode of diarrhea. WHO guidelines recommend that bronchodilators in ARI are given by inhalation and not by oral therapy [ 21 ] and are only recommended when children present with wheeze with unclear cause or wheeze with the presence of fast breathing or chest indrawing, and not for mild cough. Supraventricular tachycardia after nebulized salbutamol therapy in a neonate: Our findings highlight the need for ongoing education of community health providers in the support of EBF and optimal case management for childhood ARI and diarrhea in Indonesia.

Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. In the current study, CTM is the second most commonly prescribed cough medication in infants, especially in primary health care settings.

We conducted an observational study, in parallel to a clinical trial of an oral rotavirus vaccine RV3-BB in the Klaten and Yogyakarta regions, Indonesia. Watts3 C. Published online Dec Of the remaining participants, we invited each mother to provide consent for our study.

Article Tools Print this article. In addition, a systematic review reported that most cough medications in children are not effective [ ] and there have been a number of reports of toxicity and deaths related to cough medications in young infants, [ ] mostly due to Chlorpheniramin maleat CTM and ambroxol. Low implementation of ORS might be due to home solutions being given over ORS due to the ease of availability and for palatability reasons or due to low adherence to WHO guidelines in community settings, once again raising the need for further education of healthcare workers.

Black RE, et al. The datasets are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request. The use of ORS and zinc supplementation to treat diarrhea was low in our study. Table 4 Breastfeeding status. Accessed 28 April Global, regional, and national causes of child mortality in Considering there appears to be limited or no benefit from giving oral salbutamol for the treatment of mild ARI in infants, and there are substantial safety concerns, administration of oral salbutamol is not recommended for infants and further education of health care providers in Indonesia is needed.

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Yogul Abstract Idal is a government effort to prevent preventable diseases and the achievement of immunization has not been on target still found infants who are not complete immunization. Diarrhea severity would also have impacted on the use of ORS and zinc, but regardless use was reported to be very low with poor adherence to guidelines for diarrhea case management. Progress reported through in-country self-assessment exercise. Separate study specific CRFs were designed to capture the required data at each of the three follow-up assessment time-points in this study through face-to-face interview with the jadwla. In total out of mothers in the immunogenicity study of the trial were enrolled in this study.

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State of the science for practice to promote breastfeeding success among young mothers. Evaluation of drug utilization and prescribing errors in infants: We hypothesized that [ 1 ] poor nutritional status would be common in infants, [ 2 ] rates of EBF would be high and that [ 3 ] the management of acute ARI and diarrhea would not be consistent with the available guidelines in Indonesia. The datasets are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request. Risk factors for mortality from acute lower respiratory infections ALRI in children under five years of age in low and middle- income countries: Basic health survey Our findings highlight the need for ongoing education of community health providers in the support of EBF and optimal case management for childhood ARI and diarrhea in Indonesia. Low implementation of ORS might be due to home solutions being given over ORS due to the ease of availability and for palatability reasons or due to low adherence to WHO guidelines in community settings, once again raising the need for further education of healthcare workers. Black RE, et al.

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