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Caring for Newborns and Children in the Community. Facilitator Notes

World Health Organization; UNICEF, (2011)


Treat diarrhoea, confirmed malaria, and fast breathing
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2011/9789241...


Caring for Newborns and Children in the Community

World Health Organization; UNICEF, (2011)


Caring for the Sick Child age 2 months up to 5 years. Chart Booklet
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2011/9789241...


Born too soon: the global action report on preterm birth

World Health Organization; March of Dimes; The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health; Save the Children, Eds.: WHO, (2012)



http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2012/9789241...


Anaesthesia And Perioperative Care

Mark Newton Stella A. Eguma Olamide O. Dairo, (2010)


Chapter 10 of Pediatric Surgery: This chapter provides an overview of some of the challenges when providing anaesthesia care for children in Africa. The chapter reviews the cardiac, respiratory, and renal differences of children in comparison to adults. Additionally, it addresses preoperative assessment, including guidelines for nothing by mouth (NPO, or nil per os), general and regional anaesthesia, intraoperative monitoring, airway management, and postoperative care
http://www.global-help.org/publications/books/help...


Caring For Children

David Werner; Carol Thuman and Jane Maxwell, Eds.: Hesperian, (2013)


Chapter 21 from "Where there is no doctor"
http://en.hesperian.org/hhg/New_Where_There_Is_No_...


A Textbook Of Pediatric Orthopaedics

Nigel S. Broughton, Eds.: Royal's Children Hospital Melbourne, (1997)


Download Size of the whole textbook: 28.8 MB
http://www.global-help.org/publications/books/help...


MDR-TB Weight-Based Dosing Chart for Children

Sentinel Project, (2013)


Therapy for MDR-TB is extremely long, complex and burdensome to both patients and health care systems. A single diagnosis can require two years of treatment, or longer. When treating children, there are significant additional barriers treating children with MDR-TB. There is limited data on the pharmacokinetics of second-line TB drugs in children, and almost none are in child-friendly formulations. Nonetheless, there is continued work on second-line drugs to fight MDR-TB. The Sentinel Project has created a complex set of dosing recommendations for administering second-line drugs to children
http://sentinel-project.org/wp-content/uploads/201...


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