The recent allocation of up to Rs 15,000 crore as extra budgetary resources for the SBM-G during the present financial year holds-out the potential for further gains, not only for India, but also the WHO South-East Asia Region and the world (globally, diarrheal
disease is the second leading cause of under-five mortality, while lack of clean water and sanitation is also a major contributor to malnutrition), it added.
Sample size was calculated using Epi info version 7 statistical software by assuming the expected proportion of mothers who increase food and fluid to their children during diarrheal
episode, which is 39.4% , with confidence level of 95%, 5% degree of precision, 5% for nonresponse rate, and design effect of 2, and the final sample size was 678.
The statistic of infant diarrheal
diseases from the Acre State Health Secretary was obtained for the 2000-2012 period on a monthly basis.
The present study assesses the level of knowledge and attitude of the mothers residing in a rural area towards the use of oral rehydration solution during diarrheal
diseases remain the second most leading cause of death next to pneumonia among under-five mortality globally, contributing to one-fifth of child deaths.
The goal of this study is to understand how cultural, social, and political environments shape the spread of diarrheal
disease in Can Tho City of VietnamAEs Mekong Delta.
Platts-Mills et al., in a study of populations with a high prevalence of malnutrition and enteric infections in Tanzania, compared samples taken before and during diarrheal
We used an unmatched case control design and enrolled 8422 diarrheal
children of both sexes, aged 0-59 months, who were admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), High Dependency Unit (HDU), or Longer Stay Ward (LSW) of the hospital from March 2011 to February 2013.
Preventive measures on diarrheal
diseases are considered at district, city and region levels, the Department added.
He added that "children under the age of 5 are most susceptible to diarrheal
diseases as a result of poor hygienic conditions and unsafe use of water, with limited availability of safe drinking water," noting that they "need most urgent humanitarian needs in order to prevent the spread and increased incidence of diarrheal
diseases due to overcrowding."
Ejaz Ahmed Khan said hand washing with soap before and after preparing, eating food, treating wounds, coughing, blowing or cleaning nose, and treating or caring sick, is the most effective and inexpensive way to prevent diarrheal
, intestinal worm infections and acute respiratory infections, which take the lives of millions of children around the globe.
In addition, the long term consequences of diarrheal
disease have been linked to secondary health impacts, such as malnutrition and reduced cognitive function in children .
Of the 532 (18%) respondents, there were 389 (73%) actively practicing providers who reported seeing at least 1 patient in the previous 6 months with diarrheal
Researchers have launched an early-stage human clinical trial of two related candidate vaccines to prevent infection with Shigella, bacteria that are a significant cause of diarrheal
illness, particularly among children.
23 -- Infosys, a global leader in consulting and technology, today announced that it has made a commitment to work with the MDG Health Alliance, the United Nations Foundation, and the Clinton Health Access Initiative as an Innovation Partner for the India Public-Private Partnership to End Child Diarrheal
Deaths, in support of the United Nations Secretary-General's Every Woman Every Child movement.