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Children’s Questionnaire CARE OF ILLNESS MODULE. Diarrhoeal diseases . (post-neonatal). 17%. Other . diseases and . Acute . injuries. respiratory . 13%. infections. 19%. Malaria. More than half of under five deaths associated with malnutrition. 8%. Measles. 4%. Neonatal .

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Children’s QuestionnaireCARE OF ILLNESS MODULE


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Diarrhoeal diseases

(post-neonatal)

17%

Other

diseases and

Acute

injuries

respiratory

13%

infections

19%

Malaria

More than half of under five deaths associated with malnutrition

8%

Measles

4%

Neonatal

HIV/AIDS

causes

3%

36%

Children’s QuestionnaireCARE OF ILLNESS MODULE

UNDER FIVE DEATHS BY CAUSE, 2000-2003


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Children’s QuestionnaireCARE OF ILLNESS MODULE

Purpose

  • To provide basic data to calculate indicators on

    • Treatment for diarrhoeal disease

    • Treatment and care seeking for pneumonia

    • Sanitary means of excreta disposal for young children


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Children’s QuestionnaireCARE OF ILLNESS MODULE

Background Acute Respiratory Infection

  • WHO defines cases of suspected pneumonia as children reported to have an illness with a cough accompanied by fast and/or difficult breathing.

  • Simple cases of cold with a blocked nose are filtered out with a second question: “Were these symptoms due to a problem in the chest or a blocked nose?”

  • If a local term for “rapid breathing” exists, using that term may be the simplest way to obtain cases of ARI that need to be seen by a health care provider.


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Background Diarrhoeal Disease

  • WHO and UNICEF recommend that children with diarrhoeal disease be treated with either Oral Rehydration Solution (ORS) or increased fluids AND continued feeding.

  • Treatment recommendations and indicators have changed over the last ten years.

  • New indicator has been added.


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Indicators

Treatment for dehydrating diarrhea:

  • ORT use

  • Home management of diarrhoea

  • Received ORT or increased fluids, and continued feeding

    Treatment for suspected pneumonia:

  • Antibiotic treatment of pneumonia

  • Care seeking for pneumonia

    Hygiene:

  • Sanitary disposal of child’s feces


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Preparation

  • Definition of appropriate health provider should be defined at country level.

  • Adapt for country-specific term used for the ORS packet and for the pre-packaged ORS fluid. If no pre-packaged ORS is available in the country, delete this category.

  • Include country-specific recommended home fluid. Ingredients promoted by the government for making the recommended home fluid should be reflected in this category.


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Adapt locally to include the country-specific term used for the ORS packet

Adapt locally to include the country-specific recommended home fluid. Ingredients promoted by the government for making the recommended home fluid should be reflected in this category.

Adapt locally to include the country-specific terms used for the pre-packaged ORS fluid. Adapt locally to include the common names/brands for pre-packaged ORS fluids available in the country. If no pre-packaged ORS is available in the country, delete this category.


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Develop categories to include locally-used antibiotics, then pre-test


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