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Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illness

World Health Organization; UNICEF; Ministry of Health & Welfare, New Delhi, (2009)

Physician Chart Booklet

IMCI Chart Booklet

World Health Organization, (2014)

The IMCI chart booklet is for use by doctors, nurses and other health professionals who see young infants and children less than five years old. It facilitates the use of the IMCI case management process in practice and describes a series of all the case management steps in a form of IMCI charts. These charts show the sequence of steps and provide information for performing them. The IMCI chart booklet should be used by all health professionals providing care to sick children to help them apply the IMCI case management guidelines. Health professionals should always use the chart booklet for easy reference.The chart booklet is divided into two main parts because clinical signs in sick young infants and older children are somewhat different and because case management procedures also differ between these age groups. Sick child aged 2 months to 5 years This part contains all the necessary clinical algorithms, information and instructions on how to provide care to sick children aged 2 months to 5 years. Sick young infant aged up to 2 months This part includes case management clinical algorithms for the care of a young infant aged up to 2 months. Each of these parts contains IMCI charts corresponding to the main steps of the IMCI case management process.

Early Essential Newborn Care – Clinical Practice Pocket Guide

World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Western Pacific,, (2013)

This Guide aims to provide health professionals with a user-friendly, evidence-based protocol to essential newborn care – focusing on the first hours and days of life. The target users are skilled birth attendants including midwives, nurses and doctors, as well as others involved in caring for newborns. This pocket book provides a step-by-step guide to a core package of essential newborn care interventions that can be administered in all health-care settings. It also includes stabilization and referral of sick and preterm newborn infants but intensive care of newborns is outside the scope of this pocket guide

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